Five Things You Need to Know Today: July 26
A viewing party, Rosie's reopens and Conservation Commission meets to discuss the Hammond Pond project.
1. Rosie's reopens. According to a sign on the door of Rosie's Bakery, the Chestnut Hill shop is set to reopen today at 8 a.m. As we noted earlier this month, Rosie's has been closed for a bit while it underwent some renovations.
2. Free concert for kids. The Gerwick Puppets will return to Newton today for a free show at Auburndale Cove. The puppet troupe will perform "The Missing Woodpile" for local families and kids at Auburndale Cove. The show starts at 1 p.m.
3. Conservation Commission. The Commission will meet tonight at 7:30 p.m. in room 209 at City Hall. The group will discuss the proposal from the Department of Conservation and Recreation to create a floating walkway around Hammond Pond. To view tonight's agenda, click the .pdf to the right.
4. Newton teams face off. The Newton Panthers 12A Blue softball team will face off against the Newton Panthers 12A Orange softball team today at Albemarle Field (250 Albemarle Road). The Middle Essex Softball League game starts at 6:15 p.m.
5. 'Chef Wanted' viewing party. Head over to The Met Club in Chestnut Hill tonight for a special viewing party as Met Back Bay will be featured in tonight's episode of Food Network's "Chef Wanted" with Anne Burrell. The party--and episode--kick off at 10 p.m.