5 Things: New Year's Eve Dining, Holiday Hours, and A Roman God
A few things to keep in mind on Dec. 31, 2012, in Weston.
1. Dining Out Tonight. There are some spots in the area offering special New Year's Eve dining options tonight. There are also some places closing up early. Check out our local list before you make plans for tonight.
2. Snow Photos. Remember to upload your fun photos of Wayland's first big snowfall of the season. We've started a gallery that you can help us fill out.
3. New Year's Eve Hours. Just a reminder that the Weston Town Hall will close at 1 p.m. today and the Weston Public Library will close at 5 p.m. Neither is open tomorrow, in observance of New Year's Day.
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5. Goodbye, 2012! As one year passes and we look ahead to another year, allow us to introduce you to Janus, the Roman god "of beginnings and transitions," according to Wikipedia. The month of January was named in his honor.