Here are FIVE things to do today in Wilmington on Thursday, June 4, 2015.
#1) Wilmington Public Schools is holding its annual STEM Fair from 6pm to 8pm in the Wilmington Middle School Cafeteria. The event, sponsored by the Wilmington Educational Foundation, is intended for students in Grades K-8. Learn more HERE.
#2) The Wilmington Memorial Library (175 Middlesex Avenue) is running a program on social security at 6:30pm. “Sheila E. Smith, CFPR, will discuss Social Security benefits: when to file, the advantages of delaying benefits, little-known strategies to maximize this pension, the impact when you continue to work, spousal benefits, eligibility if you are divorced or widowed and how to minimize taxation of benefits. Presented in conjunction with the Wilmington Recreation Department.” Register HERE.
#3) The Wilmington Senior Center (15 School Street) is holding its normal Thursday activities — Walking Group at 9am; Art Class at 10am; Aerobics at 10:30am; and Game Day at 1pm. Also, the Bocce Courts open with an event at 3pm and sign-ups begin for “Murman, Minnie, Mae & Me” Outdoor performance on Thursday, June 25. Learn more HERE.
#4) The Wilmington Recreation Commission meets at 5pm at Town Hall (Room 8). Read the agenda HERE.
#5) WHS Baseball begins its playoff run against Belmont High at 4pm at the North Intermediate. WHS Boys Tennis begins its playoff run on the road at Gloucester High with a 3:30pm match-up.
ALSO: Tremezzo Ristorante (2 Lowell Street) is hosting live music at 7:30pm, featuring pianist Ricky Lauria. … The Wilmington Chamber of Commerce is holding a ribbon cutting ceremony at noon at Realty World Advantage (384 Middlesex Avenue). Learn more HERE.
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