Things to Know in the South End Today, March 13: Entrepreneur Workshop at Boston Center for Adult Education

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1. Weather: The National Weather Service is predicting a mostly sunny day with a high of 54 degrees. 

2. Calling all Entrepreneurs: Pack up your business plan and bring it to the Boston Center for Adult Education (122 Arlington St.) to join business consultant Kim L. Clark and a group of hopeful entrepreneurs for round robin discussions You’ll receive a critique of your business model; smart advice on marketing/PR/social media strategies; insights into sales distribution channels that make sense for you and your customers; and advice on financing options in today’s cruel economy. The workshop starts at 5:30 and will cost you $ 120. See here for more information

3. Concert Tickets on Sale: Tickets went on sale today for the inaugural Boston Calling Music Festival, to be held at City Hall Plaza on May 25-26. Featured performers will include Fun, The Shins and 16 others. A one-day pass costs $ 75; a weekend pass costs $ 130. See here for more information. 

4. Opening at BCA:  Starting tonight at the Boston Center for The Arts (539 Tremont St.), Wellesley High Theatre Company presents a self-scripted drama Passenger, a show about one teen’s journey that moves between reality and abstraction as she faces cancer. All proceeds from Boston shows will benefit the Make a Wish Foundation. See here for more information

5. Become a police officer: The civil service exam for police officers and state troopers is being offered on April 20 at various locations around the state. The cost is $ 100 per person, and the deadline to apply is March 18. Learn more and download an application at

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