The Museum of Science in Boston is tackling the question of biodiversity by dedicating this Sunday, November 18, to the topic.
If you’re interested in exploring the ways that biological diversity provides us with food, medicine, materials for industry, and a cleaner and healthier environment, you'll want to check out Biodiversity Day at the Museum of Science in Boston on Sunday, Nov. 18. Scientists and naturalists will be on-hand to answer questions, and members of the public can participate in a global conversation about major threats to biological diversity and protecting our planet's resources. Come to the Museum of Science at 1 p.m. and explore the Museum’s Exhibit Halls inside and take outdoor tours too. Admission to Biodiversity Day is free with purchase to the Exhibit Halls.
Also, the man accused of running a meth lab at 19 Oxford St. is scheduled to be arraigned, and pub trivia.
1) Ward 3 ResiStat meeting Find out what's going in in Ward 3 at tonight's ResiStat meeting. The meeting starts at 6:30 at Somerville High School. Use the gymnasium entrance to the far right of the building. There will be light refreshments. 2) Grigory Genkin in court Gregory Genkin, the 29-year-old Somerville resident charged with manufacturing and distributing methamphetamine at 19 Oxford St., is scheduled to be arraigned today. 3) Dining at the Museum of Science Boston Magazine is hosting a food tasting event at the Boston Museum of Science. Top chefs from Boston's hottest restaurants will be there. At $95, tickets are not cheap, but proceeds go to The Greater Boston Food Bank. 4) Stump! Pub trivia It's Monday, which means it's time to …