5 Things to Know: New School Taking Shape, Music, Politics and More
Here's what you need to know to get your day started in Peabody.
Today is Thursday, Jan. 31. Here are five things to know today in Peabody.
- Dunne kicks off campaign Friday night: Beverley Griffin Dunne is officially kicking off her campaign for State Representative Friday night at the Knights of Columbus (7 p.m.). Dunne is also now left without a primary to gear up for in March as fellow Democrat Jim Moutsoulas dropped out of the race this past weekend due to a technicality in his paperwork.
- The Higgins: Check out the schematic design for the new Higgins Middle School if you missed it.
- Free workshop: Having trouble re-stringing your guitar? Musicarts is offering a free workshop this evening (6 p.m.) on how to do it yourself.
- Valentine's Day specials: Feb. 14 will be here before you know it. Are you a restaurant or business owner? Are you offering a Valentine's Day special? Let us know.
- Coffee house: The Performing Arts Department at Peabody High is putting on an acoustic coffee house Friday night (7 p.m.). Admission is $5.