It’s finally Friday and there’s a lot going on you might want to know about. If you’re wondering what’s up today, Sept. 16, here are five things to consider:
- A little rain may fall – Rain chances creep back up into the 30 percent range today, but don’t expect temperatures to drop too much. The highs should be in the 90s with lows around 70.
- It’s Hispanic Heritage Month – This national celebration continues through Oct. 15. In Land O’ Lakes, residents are invited to attend the second annual Pasco Hernando Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Business Expo tomorrow. The event runs from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Rasmussen College, 18600 Fernview St.
- You can check out a new MOSI exhibit – If you want to learn more about the damage drugs cause, you can check out the Museum of Science & Industry’s newest exhibit.,” is designed to raise awareness about abuse.
- Teens can play Family Feud – The Land O’ Lakes Library is playing host to for teens tonight at 6 p.m.
- The draft became law today – On this day in 1940, Franklin D. Roosevelt signed legislation that created Selective Service. The original legislation required all male citizens age 26 to 35 to register for the draft.