1. Discover all the amazing things you can do with a hula hoop withthe Boston Hoop Troop, for the past decade New England's premier hooping collective,at 2 p.m. in the Belmont Public Library's Assembly Room. Watch what they do here. You know, hula hoops are not just for kids.
2. At 4 p.m., the Benton Library Book Group will discuss E. M. Forster’s “The Machine Stops,” a short story from the collection, "The Eternal Moment and Other Stories." Newcomers are welcome even if they have not read the story. The Book Group meets on the second Wednesday in August and September. The library, Belmont's independent, volunteer-run library, is at 75 Oakley Rd. at the corner of Old Middlesex.
3. Heads up: The Beech Street Center will hold a pair of monthly services on Thursday, Aug. 15 that participants must signed up for in advance: • Free financial advice with CFP Walter Guertin. • Free 15 minute Physical Therapy appointments with Physical Therapist Ed Quinn. Call 617-993-2970 today, Wednesday, to make an appointment.
4. Insituform Technologies will be relining sewers and drains on Brighton Street and Greybirch Park.