Help send a local student to camp this summer. Our scholarship trip will include deluxe mother coach transportation, food vouchers and casino incentives. A percentage of today's trip will support the Newton Parks and Recreation summer camps.
Celebrate summer and enjoy a delicious barbecue! Lunch includes hamburgers, veggie burgers, hot dogs, coleslaw, potato chips, and dessert. Enjoy getting your caricature made by Expert Caricaturist, John Doherty.
If you would like to get your caricature made, please notify the Front Desk. The first 20 people who call will be guaranteed to have their caricatures done. [...]
The Wakefield Estate in Milton will host its second annual Summer Garden Music Series on the last Wednesday of the month from July through September, featuring aspiring local musicians. The series will launch on Wednesday, July 27th at 6:00 pm featuring the Kim & Eric Duo, which plays an eclectic range of tunes, including old-time, blues, bluegrass, gypsy jazz, English country dance tunes, and waltzes. Kim Patch plays fiddle and Eric Smalley plays upright bass. The outdoor music series is held in the beautiful formal gardens of the Wakefield Estate, located at 1465 Brush Hill Road in Milton. Tickets $10; subject to cancellation due to weather. Reservations required. Please call to RSVP: 617-333-0924.
Meet at the Metropolitan Waterworks Museum on Wednesday, July 27 at 6:30pm for an historical tour of the Chestnut Hill Reservoir with Marion Pressley, landscape architect and principal of Pressley Associates of Boston. Ms. Pressley is an expert in historic master planning, cultural landscape reports and in the preservation, restoration, and rehabilitation of public parks, institutions and private historical properties. Wear comfortable shoes. This event will go on, rain or shine. No admission fee, but a $5 donation to the Waterworks is suggested. [...]
Women in World Jazz brings together women of different nationalities with extensive experience in performance and education. The music is easy to relate to, diverse, cheerful and danceable. This is represented by their music and dance from Cuba, Brazil, Cape Verde, Japan, and the Middle East. This is a FREE event and open to all!
Enjoy good conversation--all retired and semi retired men are welcome! This club gives you the opportunity to meet with men with similar interests and backgrounds and others with varied interests and vatly differing backgrounds, but all will have an interesting story to tell.
On July 28th, our guest speaker will be Paul Snyder, who wrote the World War II novel, An Angry God. The novel follows the life of Dan Fleming, a young WW II draftee from Brighton Massachusetts through the war, on to Notre Dame and beyond.
On Friday, July 29 at 6:00pm, join the Hyde Community Center (90 Lincoln St.) for a live performance of Gringo Kings. Bring blankets, beach chairs and enjoy the music. With five horns up front and a lethal rhythm section covering their backs, this group is sure to bring a whole lot of energy and excitement to the stage. [...]