Five Things You Need to Know Today: March 15

A Breast Cancer Support Group, along with a chance to learn a bit about Arlington's past at the Old Schwamb Mill, are things to know about today.

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  1. Sunny– Forecasts predict a sunny day today with a high of 48 and a low of just 33. No chance of rain, so get out there!

  2. For those of you dealing with the struggles with breast cancer, if you need some friendly voices to listen to or speak with, head over to the Center for Cancer Support & Education on 180 Massachusetts Ave from 4:15- 5:30 p.m. for their weekly meeting.

  3. If you're looking to engage in a little of Arlington's history, swing by 17 Mill Lane from 11 a.m.- 3 p.m. for the Old Schwamb Mill Tours, a free event that takes a peek into Arlington's past.

  4. Ace Hardware is offering up spring sales on products like seeds, garage bins, racks, shovels – all the supplies you'll need to bring your garden out from winter's chill and into the springtime sun. Click here for a look at the full list of sales.

  5. Today in History- On this day in 1985, the first Internet domain name is purchased, symbolics.com. It still exists today, although I'm not quite sure what, if anything, they do.


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