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Five Things You Need To Know: Dec. 31

A look at upcoming events and activities in Lynnfield.

Today is Monday, December 31st. Here are five things you need to know.

Note From Lynnfield Senior Center – Foot Health: Maureen Palla from Home Health VNA will be here with a presentation that covers proper inspection of the feet, range of motion, abnormalities and protection.  Tuesday, Jan. 15 at 12:15. Free. Please sign up. Lunch will be served at 11:30 for $2/$3. You must sign up for lunch by 12 noon the day before. Please sign up separately for the lunch and lecture.

Missing Cat: A Lynnfield resident reports a missing orange cat with patches of white, short hair and large white front double paws, last seen Wednesday, Dec. 19 at 40 Walnut Street, near Reedy Meadow and the Mill Pond area. The cat has an ID around its neck with its vet’s number. If found, please call 781-334-6690 or Animal Hospital of Lynnfield at 781-334-4161.

Library Holiday Hours: The Lynnfield Library is open until 3 p.m. on Monday (New Year’s Eve) and is closed on Tuesday (New Year’s Day).

Fun & Healthy Drinks: On Wednesday, January 9, 2013 at 3:00 p.m. Lynnfield resident, teacher and nutrition counselor Anna Tourkakis will present “Fun & Healthy Drinks” on the Library mezzanine.  Ms. Tourkakis teaches cooking and nutrition classes, gives healthy eating–related presentations and is a recipe developer.  Join us for a selection of healthy – and interesting – beverages that Anna will put together for us: it could be Chocolate Chain Tea or Wassail and Pomegranate Cocktail or Spiced Hot Chocolate. Recipes will be made available. Snow date is Thursday, January 10, 2013. Questions? Please call Nancy at 781.334.5411 or email ryan@noblenet.org. No registration required.

Traffic: If you’re heading out for First Night and other similar celebrations in the coming days, don’t forget this traffic app on Patch offers real-time data, all the time, on traffic conditions in the Boston area. Check it out here.

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