Here are FIVE things to do today in Wilmington on Wednesday, May 13, 2015.
#1) The American Red Cross is holding a Blood Drive at ITT Tech (200 Ballardvale Street) from 2pm to 7pm. Learn more HERE.
#2) The Board of Appeals is meeting at 7pm at Town Hall (Room 9). Read the agenda HERE.
#3) The Wilmington Senior Center is running its usual slate of Wednesday activities — Exercise at 9:45am; Special Exercise at 11am; and Country Line Dancing at 1pm.
#4) The Wilmington Memorial Library is holding a very interesting program — “Tech Panel: What The Future Holds” at 7pm in the Meeting Room. “Technology professionals will explain how they use technology in their work and hobbies and what they think the future of technology holds in their fields. Panelist include Julie Chen, Vice Provost for Research at UMass Lowell and nanotechnology expert, Jeffrey Nussbaum, Consulting Engineer at GE Aviation and jet engine instructor, Joel Greenwood, Neurotechnology Engineer at the Center for Brain Science and member of the robotics team at Project Hexapod, Matt Dunlop, Software Engineer and member of robotics team Project Hexapod, and Anthony DeGregorio Director of IT Site Services at Charles River Labs (Wilmington).” Register HERE.
#5) Cheer on some Wildcats without leaving town! The WHS Boys Tennis battles Wakefield at 3:30pm at Textron Courts, while WHS Boys Lacrosse takes on Watertown at 4pm at the Woburn Street fields. Get the week’s entire sports schedule, including away games, HERE.
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