This is our pick of the best
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Canton: Local author Sue Resnick became fast friends with Holocaust survivor Aron Lieb because of his warmth and wit. In “You Saved Me, Too: What a Holocaust Survivor Taught Me about Living, Dying, Fighting, and Swearing in Yiddish,” she relates his history and their 15-year friendship, from their meeting to his end-of-life battle. Thursday, Feb. 7, 8 p.m., Temple Beth Abraham, 1301 Washington St. Free. 781-828-5250, www.templebeth-abraham.org.
Hanover:The 2d annual ReelAbilities Boston Disabilities Film Festival features the Spanish drama “Me, Too.” Daniel, a recent college graduate with Down syndrome, forges a strong bond with vivacious workmate Laura. But their burgeoning friendship turns complicated when he professes his love to her. Unexpectedly, most of the problems in their relationship come from Laura, who has intimacy issues. Monday, 3 and 7 p.m., Cardinal Cushing School, 405 Washington St. Free admission but donation appreciated. www.bjff.org.
Milton: Working at the intersection of photography, installation, and sculpture, Linc Cornell presents a series of digital images from his journey to the Antarctic, in conjunction with glass works subsequently created in reaction to the experience. Through Feb. 8. Nesto Gallery, Milton Academy, 170 Centre St. www.milton.edu/arts/nesto.cfm.Event organizers: submit items directly at www.boston.com/addevents.