What to Do Today: A Circus in a Suitcase, Teen Techies at the Library

• Circus Minimus is an entire circus that emerges from a single suitcase including a tent, a family of acrobats and much more. Come see this circus “unfold” from 2 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the Belmont Public Library’s Assembly Room. 

• The Belmont High School Teen Techs are back at the Belmont Public Library to help residents and patrons who are looking for help with computers, the internet, e-readers, tablets and the hows and whys of the social media world. The crew will be doing their tech wizardry from 11 a.m. to noon in the Young Adult Room. Register online, stop by the reference desk to register in person or call 617-993-2870 to register by phone.

• In 2001, Belmont adopted a vision statement entitled “A Working Vision for Belmont’s Future,” which included several goals for the town. Today, the Vision 21 Implementation Committee is seeking to update the input from residents with a new survey that will highlight which of the Vision’s goals currently are most important to them and which they believe the town should focus its efforts on.  Take the survey here. 

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