5 Things You Should Know Today - Feb. 28, 2012
We've got plenty of primary election information compiled in our "Participate 2012" guide.
There's an election going on today in Farmington and Farmingotn Hills, but that's not all you need to know:
1. The weather
Enjoy the sunshine today, because the National Weather Service predicts a 90 percent chance of snow and freezing rain after 1 a.m. Look for little or no accumulation of either snow or ice, along with a high of 37 and a low around 29.
We've created a one-stop shop for election information, from stories about local appearances by the front runners to a detailed list of everything you need to know about voting today. Remember that a few Farmington polling locations have changed, because school is in session today. We're running a live conversation throughout the day – ask questions, tell us what you're seeing at the polls, and we'll be sharing what we learn, too.
3. Couples and Depression
Today at 7 p.m., the Michigan School of Professional Psychology shares "What to do when your partner is blue" at the Farmington Community Library Main Library. Presented by John Brennan, JD, PsyD, LLP and Marcia Ferstenfeld, MA, LLP, this free event is part of the MiSPP Better Living Series: Shining a Light on Depression. Register online at farmlib.org or call 248-553-0300.
4. Look ahead: Emergency, Disaster Training
The Farmington Hills/Farmington Emergency Preparedness Commission (EPC) hosts a free series of Emergency and Disaster Response Training sessions every Thursday from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m., starting this week at the Costick Center in Farmington Hills. To register or for more information, contact EPC Vice Chair Tim Tutak at 248-417-0930 or email@example.com.
5. Look ahead: Beginning Line Dancing for seniors
Want to try this fun and energetic dance style? Drop in at the Costick Center on Wednesday at noon and give it a whirl. Cost is just $4 residents and $5 nonresidents. Call 248-473-1800 to learn more.