Art Works to Support Newton Food Pantries Going Strong NAA’s Art Works for Good has been extended to Valentine’s Day, February 14, 2021. If you love art and want to help support Newton’s food pantries consider buying an original piece of art. Check out Newton Art Association’s (NAA) virtual exhibition. By purchasing an art work proceeds will […]
Part Two of Kathryn Rosenbach's Vive La France is now available on YouTube, featuring French Suite No. 3 in B minor by J. S. Bach and Sonata No. 26 Op. 81a 'Les Adieux' by L. v. Beethoven Kathryn is the Music Director at the First Church.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B5W18uyR--c&feature=youtu.be
Join the 'Handmade Revolution' and reduce stress at the same time! Knitting and crafting actually lowers your blood pressure and the stress hormone, cortisol, especially when you do it with others. We'll start with the simplest stitches to make a basic scarf or blanket. 'Zoom' in to watch the teacher's hands closely as you follow along […]
Introducing Newton Community Farm's Winter/Spring Speaker Series Join us for these free online public events! Helping Kids Develop Healthy Eating Habits Tuesday, February 2, 2021 11 am – Noon Brendan Smith, a licensed dietitian nutritionist at Newton-Wellesley Hospital, will offer strategies on: Incorporating more fruits and vegetables into children’s diets. Involving children in meal planning and preparation. […]
Stay tuned for location, as Braeburn often closes this time of year. We won't know exact dates till late 2020.
Join Dan Morain, author of the new biography, Kamala's Way: An American Life, for a discussion of America's new Vice President, Kamala Harris. Morain will be joined in conversation by Liz Goodwin, deputy bureau chief for The Boston Globe in Washington, DC. This program is presented in partnership with Tewksbury Public Library.
Participation in one of the chamber's members-only small networking groups is a great way to develop trusted business relationships and grow your referral network. Attend this 30 min Zoom session to learn more about the program and potential openings in our four member-run groups. We’ll hear briefly from the group leaders and leave time for […]
Online via Zoom • 10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Presenter: Andrew Boynton What are the keys to being catalysts for successful innovation for effective knowledge professionals? Believe it or not, we're all knowledge professionals! We'll discuss what that means in the current environment, raise provocative questions, and explore ideas that will lead to mutual learning. ********************************** […]
As we continue to hunker down this winter, we recognize how important it is to stay connected while staying physically distant. Newton Cultural Development introduces ‘Parlor Performances’ showcasing music from local musicians over 6 weeks from January 27 – March 3. Each performance in the series will be streamed on Wednesdays, 7:30 – 8:30pm EST […]
Join us on Zoom for our winter Artist Talk Series featuring contemporary artists whose work examines climate and the environment.Sophy Tuttle is an interdisciplinary artist based in Lowell, MA. Her work is focused on the natural world, our place in it, and the conflicts andcollaborations we find ourselves in everyday with nature. Her science-based murals […]
Join Writer, Producer and Director, Roberto Mighty, for a virtual screening of his new documentary, Legacy of Love, as recently seen on WGBH-TV. The film, hosted by EMMY award-winning newscaster and Pastor Reverend Liz Walker, reveals the mostly unknown story of Martin Luther King and Coretta Scott’s formative years in 1950’s Boston - where they […]
You'll want to attend this free webinar presentation if you have an older home that needs heating and cooling upgrades, if your old heating system struggles during cold weather or if you want to add central air conditioning for the summer months. We'll talk about ways you can upgrade your heating and cooling system for […]
One way to stay social, have fun, and meet new people is to join our virtual play-reading group. No experience needed or acting required but ham as you please. This flexible, casual, fun, and free program is brought to you by Newton Parks, Recreation and Culture, in collaboration with the Newton Theater Company. Friday afternoons […]
Join Cyrus Dallin Art Museum director and curator, Heather Leavell, for a program that will cover the history of three local Dallin works, illustrating how Dallin employed his position as an internationally acclaimed sculptor to fight the oppression of Indigenous people. Co-sponsored by the Newton Free Library. REGISTER HERE