Game fans ages 11 and up are invited to Throwback Thursday Board Game Night (and pizza) on Thursday at Rowley Public Library from 5:30 to 7 p.m.
Registration is required by calling the library at 978-948-2850.
There will be a meeting of the Triton Regional School Committee on Wednesday at 6 p.m. in the Triton Regional High School library.
Don’t forget: On Jan. 21, Pine Grove School will host a kindergarten parent information night at 6.
To note: As of yet, no official proposal has been filed with the town regarding the proposed horse racing track, according to Town Administrator Deborah Eagan.
Ballfield team benches for Eiras Park are up for discussion at this week’s Board of Selectmen meeting, which will take place tonight at 7 at Town Hall.
Also on the agenda are requests for appointments in the Police Department and to the Conservation Commission. Also to note, the town is still looking for residents to be on the Rowley Cultural Council and the Zoning Board of Appeals. Those interested should contact the selectmen’s office at 978-948-2372.
Join the library’s new associate for youth services, Teri Bennett, during this week’s children’s library activities.
These include Lego Club on Monday, playgroups for Curious Cubs on Tuesday and Bouncing Babies on Wednesday, after-school explorers club on Tuesday, and yoga on Wednesday afternoon. Check the library calendar for all the details at www.rowleylibrary.org.
There’s lots of creative opportunity at the Council on Aging.
On Thursday, a painting class will be held from 9 a.m. to noon and hosted by artist Bill Duke. Participants will walk away with their own painting.
Then on Jan. 21, a class on Iris paper folding will be held from 2 to 3:30 p.m. at the center on Central Street. No experience is necessary for either of these activities, but both require a fee and a reservation. Call the council at 978-948-7637 for details.
Be a part of the next Rowley Book Club by reading “Washington Black” by Esi Edugyan and attending the book discussion on Feb. 6 at 6:30 p.m. at the library. The book is the story of Wash, an 11-year-old slave in Barbados.
Correspondent Michelle Pelletier Marshall reports on the town of Rowley for The Daily News. She can be reached at email@example.com.