It is Wednesday, Oct. 30. Here are five things you need to
know in Hamilton and Wenham:
1. 50s: The sky will be cloudy and temperatures will be in the 50s on Wednesday. There’s a chance for a quick shower in the morning and a chance that the sun could peek through by the end of the day, with a light west wind.
2. Brush: The Hamilton landfill will be open on Wednesday for residents to drop off brush, and it will be the final time it is open this fall. It will be open from 7:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and is open only to Hamilton residents. Brush, branches, lawn clippings and mulch are all accepted but not leaves can be dropped off.
3. Trunk-or-Treat: Gordon College will host a trunk-or-treat event on Wednesday evening for local children from 4-6 p.m. It is being put together by Gordon College Kids Club and will also include costume contests, parades and games in the A.J. Gordon Memorial Chapel parking lot.
4. Auction: The YMCA of the North Shore is hosting an online fundraising auction where bidding ends on Wednesday. The auction comes in advance of this Saturday’s “Donors Rock the YMCA” gala. There are more than 200 items available at the online auction, ranging from a vineyard tour and wine tasting to an autographed Jason Varitek baseball.
5. Flu: The Boards of Health from Hamilton and Wenham are sponsoring a flu vaccine clinic on Wednesday afternoon at the Hamilton Senior Center (also known as the old library or Meetinghouse) in front of the Hamilton Public Safety building. It will run 3-6 p.m. It is open to anyone 4-year-old and older and there is no charge Anyone who shows up is asked to wear short sleeves or a loose-fitting sleeves and please bring their insurance card.
To find out what is going on today in Hamilton and Wenham, check out our events listings.