Five Things You Need To Know: Feb. 18
A look at some events coming up locally.
Hands on History: This Friday at 2 p.m., (George Washington’s Birthday) bring the kids by the Lynnfield Library for a “Hands on History” presentation about the Revolutionary War era with Dennis Cormier who will let the kids handle some artifacts and try on vintage clothing
Lunch and a Lecture: Shifting Gears- Michelle Ellicks from the RMV/DMV will present a program on elders driving safely Tuesday, March 12 at noon at the Lynnfield Senior Center. She will talk about the warning signs of unsafe driving and give safety tips to avoid problems. Suggestions will be offered for families dealing with unsafe drivers. She will also give details about obtaining a disability plate or placard Free. Please sign up. Lunch will be served at 11:30 for $2.00/$3.00. You must sign up for lunch by noon the day before. Sign up separately for the lunch and the lecture.
Coming up this Thursday, North Shore artist Karen Nastuk gives a watercolor demonstration at 7 p.m. at the Lynnfield Senior Center at 525 Salem Street. For more information, click here.
Historical Society: On February 19th at 7:30 p.m. at the Old Meeting House, the Lynnfield Historical Society welcomes author/journalist Stephanie Schorow for a talk on the Cocoanut Grove fire, which killed 492 people in Boston in 1942 and which influences law and other areas to this day.
LCC Coffeehouse: The next Lynnfield Community Church Coffeehouse is Friday, February, February 22 when the Paul Harty Band plays. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. and shows go from 7:45 to 9 p.m. For more about the artist, click here.