Five Things: Jan. 28, Golf, Salt, League, Lego

It's Jan. 28 and here are five things worth knowing today.

Closed: Cranston Country Club's course is closed today due to the heavy rain yesterday. According to the club's Facebook page, "no determination has been made yet regarding Sunday," so check back there or call the club.

SALT: : 3 ONE ACTS by David Lindsay-Abaire. The one acts will be presented along with eight new monologues by local writing talent, Kevin Broccoli. The final performances will be held at , 50 Rolfe Square,this weekend. All performances begin at 7:30 pm. Tickets are $15 ($10 for students and seniors) and can be purchased by calling the Artists’ Exchange at 401-490-9475.

LITTLE: is today. It's a great little league with many players. They had a successful season last year. Children aged 4 to 15 are eligible. Bring proof of residency and a birth certificate if it's your first time registering. Registration is at 139 Ocean Ave.

SUN: It will be a nice one today, with plenty of sunshine and a high bumping against 50 degrees, according to the National Weather Service. There also won't be much wind, so it should be comfortable outside. Take advantage of the weather today since snow and colder temperatures appear to be headed our way starting tomorrow.

Lego: The Lego company receives a patent for its ubiquitous Lego blocks on this day in 1958. The first blocks still fit the billions of blocks the company produces every year.


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