5 Things You Should Know Today - Jan. 30, 2012
Farmington city council meets tonight to talk again about regional bus service.
We may get a little more snow today, but it may not last for long. Here's what else you should know today:
1. The weather
There's a 40 percent chance that we'll get a little more snow today, after 11 a.m. The National Weather Service (NWS) predicts a high around 35 and a low of 33, with a slight chance of rain and drizzle tonight.
Farmington officials will meet at 7 p.m. today to talk more about their vote to opt out of the Suburban Mobility Authority for Regional Transportation (SMART). The agenda also includes a discussion about rescheduling a Feb. 20 meeting, along with a time for public comment.
Farmington Schools parents are invited to a learning session with school psychologist Todd Symington that will focus on the district's Positive Behavior Intervention Support System (PBIS). Meet at the Ten Mile Building, 32789 W 10 Mile Rd, in Farmington, at 7 p.m.
4. Look ahead: Shining a Light on Depression
The Michigan School of Professional Psychology will launch a series of presentations about depression on Tuesday, 7 p.m., at the Farmington Community Library Main Library. The first topic will be "Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD): When Gray Days Make You Blue". There's no charge, but you must register by calling 248-553-0300.
5. Look ahead: Free Farmington Musicale concert
If you love piano music, put the Musicale's Wednesday, 1 p.m. concert on your calendar. "Favorite Encores", an eclectic program, consists of piano solos and duets, piano/organ duets, and voice/piano ensembles, performed at First Presbyterian Church of Farmington & Nursery School. For more information call 248-474-6170 or visit farmingtonmusicale.com.