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Today is Friday, Dec. 30. Here are 5 things you need to know:
- Chance of snow: Looks like we may get some morning snow. According to the National Weather Service there is a slight chance of snow showers between 8 and 10 a.m. and then a chance of rain later in the morning. Otherwise, mostly cloudy today with a high near 44 degrees. A chance of showers tonight with a low around 37.
- Rotary Meeting: The Burlington Rotary Club is meeting at noon today at the , 162 Winn St. Lunch is served at each meeting. Come down and learn about this community-minded group.
- Music lessons: Interested in learning how to play an instrument? Burlington's is currently as part of their winter open enrollment. Call today to schedule yours at 888.881.REAL (7325).
- Holiday hours: Get your weekend reads today. The will be closed this Saturday and Sunday for New Years. are set to stay open on Saturday.
- Gonzaga ‘68: On this day in 1968, a little-known British rock group would open for Vanilla Fudge at Gonzaga University in Washington. The show was only the fifth American show for now-legendary group Led Zeppelin. The show was recorded by an unknown student and was the first Zeppelin live recording. The bootleg tape features Robert Plant introducing his bandmates to light applause and the singer discussing a new “tune” called “Dazed and Confused.”