Weekend Preview for the Westwood Area: Jan. 13-15
A look at what to do this weekend in and around Westwood.
What's that? No idea what to do this weekend in and around Westwood?
Fear not, we've got our weekly roundup of agenda items coming your way this morning. Here's what's happening in the area Friday through Sunday this week.
Where/When: Westwood High School, 220 Nahatan St, Westwood; Friday, Jan. 13: 6:30 p.m.
Why Go: Come cheer on the Wolverines at home as they take on Hopkinton High School.
Where/When: Westwood Pool Lobby, 240 Nahatan St.; Friday, Jan. 13: 10 a.m.
Why Go: Join Norine O’Grady, Westwood Early Childhood Activity Specialist for stories and activities will be on hand to help your children learn to love reading.
Where/When: 685 Washington St, Norwood; Daily: Various Hours
Why Go: Local artist Tatiana Roulin of Sharon will be the Featured Artist at Perk's Coffee house in Norwood throughout the month of January. The exhibition will comprise her pastel Landscapes of New England and oil still lifes. A number of the artworks shown in the exhibition were awarded prizes in both domestic and international art competitions.
Price: Free to attend
Where/When: Village Club, 83 Morton St, Needham; Friday, Jan. 13: 6 p.m.
Why Go: Featuring 16 amazing youth bands, pizza, friends, family and more, the start of every session of this event includes students who are introduced to the charitable mission of Plugged In. The youth are encouraged to present a charity that they feel deserves to be recognized for the special work they do. The Plugged In community then votes on these charities. The winner becomes the focus of each session's Benefit Concert. This session the Plugged In community presented many worthy charities and thanks to an amazing, passionate pitch and a close connection to the youth this sessions concert will benefit the Dup15q Alliance.
Where/When: DeFazio Park, Dedham Ave & South St., Needham; Sunday, Jan. 15: 2:30 p.m.
Why Go: Every Sunday evening from 2:30 p.m. to about 4 p.m., the Needham Frisbee Club hosts an ultimate Frisbee game at DeFazio Park, on the synthetic fields. The gathering is free and informal, and new participants are welcome at any time. They play in sun, rain and even snow. For more information, email Bill Gallagher or visit needhamfrisbeeclub.com.