The Week Ahead: A Volleyball Game and Events at the Library
A look at this week's events and government meetings in Somerville.
Heres a look at the week ahead in Somerville:
- On Monday at Somerville High School, at 5:00pm catch the Highlanders Girls Varsity Volleyball game. Today, the the Highlanders take on Haverhill High School in what is sure to be a rousing match. Stop by and cheer them on.
- At the Amnesty International USA Northeast Regional Office on Tuesday from 7:00pm–9:00pm join in Amnesty International's Group 133 meeting. Group 133 is one of 4,000 local and student Amnesty International groups in the U.S. Based in Somerville, MA, Group 133 has been active for 22 years. Since its founding, the group has worked on behalf of prisoners in Indonesia, Ghana, the former USSR, Chile, the former East Germany, East Timor, Argentina, Uganda, Burundi, and other countries. Open to all.
- On Wednesday, at the Somerville Public Library West Branch, at from 11:00am–11:45am, take your young kids to Babygarten. Babygarten is an educational program for caregivers and their babies from birth to 18 months. The classes involve songs and rhymes that help babies with language acquisition and pre-literacy skills, and provide an environment that nurtures and stimulates children with a wide variety of experiences. Babygarten is free, and is brought to you by the Friends of the Library.
- At the Somerville Public Library, on Thursday from 7:00pm–9:00pm take a listen to the Roving Raconteurs. The Roving Raconteurs are three local authors and storytellers: Randy Ross, Dan Gewertz and Judah Leblang. They are, each in their own right, fantastic. But, when they combine their talents, they are an unstoppable phenomenon. They are performing a piece based on their lives which they call. "Love, Sanity and the Search for the Perfect Garlic Bagel." Admission is free, and everyone is invited!
- Finally, on Friday at the Somerville Public Library, from 10:30am–11:00am take your tots to Storytime for 2 Year Olds. This is a great opportunity to teach kids the importance of reading at a young age and a nice quiet activity for parents.