Five Things You Need to Know Today: March 8
A concert, a CD launch and a reminder about dog licenses.
Updated 8:55 a.m.
1. Concert. Young artists from the Rivers School Conservatory will give a concert tonight at the Scandinavian Cultural Center in West Newton. The program includes the Sonata in D major for violin and piano, opus 12, number 1 by Ludwig van Beethoven, Sinfonia No. 1 in C Major, BWV 787 by Johann Sebastian Bach and Nocturne by Claude Debussy, to name a few. The concert starts at 7:30 p.m.
2. Possible slick roads out there. Please be careful with your morning commute -- overnight snowfall is likely to cause some slick roads. The Newton area is forecasted to get around 3-6 inches, and the snow will be heavy and wet, according to WHDH meteorologists. A Winter Storm Warning is still in effect until 1 p.m. Friday, according to the National Weather Service.
3. Get your letters in! Today is the last day to submit letters to the editor related to the Newton override. Email your letters to Melanie.Graham@patch.com or, if you'd like, submit a blog post here.
4. CD launch. Pine Village Preschool will help launch Education Director Jacie Feinberg's first Spanish-language CD for children with a celebration today at Pine Village Preschool. This event has been canceled due to snow.
5. Dog licenses due soon. The deadline to apply for a dog license in Newton is fast-approaching. Read more details on the cost and rules related to the licenses.