Reception: The Smallest Museum in the World
Mµseum, which WBUR's The ARTery called "the smallest museum in the world"—it's only 10 inches by 16 inches by 8 inches—celebrates the opening reception for its inaugural show, "Invisible Cities," in Union Square Thursday night. The opening reception is at 72½ Union Square, between The Independent and Subway, from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. You can read more about the Mµseum at the institution's website and at The ARTery.
2) Davis Action Group Meeting
This group is meeting to discuss public policy, development and infrastructure matters connected to Davis Square. It meets at 5:30 p.m. at Community Baptist Church, 31 College Ave.
3) Somerville Residents in Entrepreneurs' Olympics
Somerville residents Colin Cawles, Brendan Kearney and Ben Cooper recently participated in the first annual "Entrepreneurs' Olympics," which was organized by BUILD Boston, Mass Challenge, TUGG, T3 Advisors, Plastiq and the New England Venture Capital Association, according to an announcement from BUILD Boston. The purpose of the Olympic-style event was to raise money for BUILD and TUGG, which work to promote entrepreneurship in young people. Well done.
4) Cambridge Health Alliance Raises Money
The Cambridge Health Alliance, which runs Somerville Hospital and other clinics in Somerville, raised $100,000 for the health organization at its annual golf invitational event, held this year in Quincy, according to an announcement from the Cambridge Health Alliance.
Sunny with a high around 78.