5 Things You Need to Know Today: October 12
A free wine tasting tonight at Blanchard's.
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- Apply to be on the Boston School Committee, the deadline is Nov. 14 at noon.
- Tonight Blanchard's Wines & Spirits is holding a free tasting of more than 50 wines. 6-9 p.m.
- Trash/recycling collection is delayed one day due to the Columbus Day holiday.
- The Highland Civic Association is meeting on Thursday and will discuss the Boston Public Schools assignment system and its effect on kids and the neighborhood. West Roxbury Library. 6-7:45 p.m. City Councilor-at-Large John Connolly, a former teacher who heads the Council’s education committee, will be the featured speaker. Dues of $10 per household for calendar 2011 will be collected at the meeting. Highland Civic Association welcomes all West Roxbury residents and business owners to its meetings.
- It's Sixth Grade Night at the Roche Family Community Center on Friday night. Board games, ping-pong, X-Box, pizza and more. Pre-registration is required. Call 617-635-5066 or email email@example.com. 6-8 p.m.