5 Things You Need to Know Today: Sep. 21
Do you have an extra pair of pajamas to give to a child in need?
1. Stone's Auto Service and Natick Cab are holding a pajama drive today where donors can give lightly-used pajamas. The sleepwear will be donated directly to children at the New Hope battered womans’ shelter. You can contact Robin Jenner at 508-836-4745 with questions.
2. Are you a bird-watcher? The Mass Audubon's Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary will be hosting an event where you can grab the binoculars and spot some birds migrating before autumn. The $12 event starts at 8:30 a.m. on Saturday.
3. A Natick man who murdered his sister in 1997 was denied parole recently. His ongoing mental illness was cited as a public safety risk by the parole board. We have more details for you here.
4. The Natick Farmers Market is at it again today, taking over the common to bring you local food. Stop by after 9 a.m. on Saturday for fresh fruit, organic meats and other local fare.
5. Is your child taking the SAT this year? Take them down to the High School on Saturday for a free practice SAT test. Here are more details on how to register.