Today’s a scorcher, so find respite somewhere, please.
Sheila Butts noted in our Patch comments section, that the town pool complex is open until 9:45 p.m. You can always grab a book and head to too.
Patrick and I went to this morning’s state/federal and local announcement on the . We saw the new electric charging stations. Patrick and I have an upcoming column.
On my way to Michelson’s to “work” I stopped at for my half Reuben before continuing to the town’s most famous and oldest shoe store.
Today, I followed Eric and took notes – mentally and with my pen. There’s a reason they are so successful and I'll have something on that Monday.
Before I got to Michelson’s I stopped at window. Two of the are on display there. They are gorgeous.
By way of background, . Tickets to win one of these chairs are $10 each and may be purchased at the Lexington Historical Society Office at the or by calling 781-862-1703.
Proceeds will go toward the restoration -- and winners, chosen on Nov. 19, 2011, will have a piece of art.
at 1713 Massachusetts Avenue also has a chair – and you can buy tickets there too. has the remaining three chairs.
Look for them, they are gorgeous. And then, buy a ticket!