Were you the victim of any April Fools jokes? Me neither, though I did hear one on NPR’s Weekend Edition. Apparently they’ve found a 10th symphony from Beethoven, in a folder in the attic of a Masonic Hall in NYC. I was suspicious because of the terrible German accent of the supposed Beethoven expert.
Some community news: Town election is on Wednesday, April 11, from 10-8 at the Council on Aging. Vote early (and vote often, as Mayor Curley of Boston used to say).
From the Rochester Women’s Club: IN CELEBRATION OF EARTH DAY 2012 THE ROCHESTER WOMEN’S CLUB AND THE ROCHESTER LAND TRUST, IN A JOINT EFFORT WILL CLEAN THE STREETS OF ROCHESTER. SUNDAY APRIL 22ND IS THE DAY. WE CAN USE THE CLUB HOUSE AS A GATHERING PLACE. THE CLUB WILL SUPPLY GLOVES, BAGS AND MAPS. ANY AND ALL HELP IS WELCOME. NANCY AND I WILL MEET WITH THE SELECTMAN TO DISCUSS OUT PLANS. WE WILL ALSO GET TOGETHER WITH THE HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT AS WE DID LAST YEAR. SPREAD THE NEWS, JOIN THE CLEAN TEAM, BRING YOUR CIVIC GROUP, BRING YOUR FAMILY AND LET’S CELEBRATE EARTH DAY 2012. MORE DETAILS TO FOLLOW
ROCHESTER WOMEN’S CLUB
The Board of Library Trustees will meet this Saturday, April 7, at 8:30 a.m. It’s an open meeting, so don’t be shy.