Monday Essentials: Talk on Drug Recovery, Video Game Design Program

Five things to know about the week ahead.

Charles Peabody - Courtesy photo
Charles Peabody - Courtesy photo

Welcome to Monday Essentials, our weekly column taking a look at the week ahead. Here are five things to know about this week:

1) Mostly cool temperatures

It may not be as cold as last week but winter is definitely not letting up. According to the National Weather Service we can expect a high near 38 degrees to start the day on Monday but will drop to 17 on Tuesday. Then it will gradually rise each day until we're up to around 34 degrees on Friday. 

2) Public meetings 

The Board of Selectmen is meeting at 7 p.m. on Monday in the Town Office Building, Selectmen Meeting Room. The School Committee is meeting at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday in the Town Office Building, Selectmen Meeting Room. Click here for a full list of public meetings

3) Video game design 

Empow Studios is holding a video game design program for students in grades 3-5 at 3:30 p.m. on Monday. Students learn the fundamentals of object-oriented programming through video game design while creating their own game. All students work at their own pace, making this a great workshop for both new and more experienced game makers. Find out more.

4) First hand account of drug addiction 

Recovered addict Charles Peabody, author of "The Privileged Addict," will be speaking at Lexington High School at 7 p.m. on Thursday. Peabody will speak about drug abuse, hitting the bottom and recovery. He will also demonstrate, through his personal example, that people can change. Click here for more information.

5) Let's talk maps 

There will be a talk about maps at the Scottish Rite Masonic Museum and Library (National Heritage Museum) 33 Marrett Road at 2 p.m. on Saturday. 

"Maps can chart everything from newly explored territories, familiar hometowns or distant theatres of war," the event post states. "Join Hilary Anderson Stelling, Director of Exhibitions and Audience Development and curator of the exhibition, to learn more about the stories maps tell."


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