The Resilience Project Open House

Meet our leadership team and learn about The Resilience Project’s free services available for schools, parents, caregivers, healthcare providers, and the community to support youth mental health and wellbeing. Hosted […]

Fern Walk at Saw Mill Brook

Sawmill Brook Conservation Area 93 Vine Street, Chestnut Hill, MA

This conservation area runs along Saw Mill Brook. We will see woods and swamps and Roxbury puddingstone outcrops, and nearly a dozen ferns and a club-moss. Meet at the parking […]

Free

Reach Your Customers Online with Google

Zoom Newton, MA

Join Bryan Caplan, Speaker for Grow with Google, for an info-packed webinar dedicated to growing your business online. In this 45-minute webinar, you'll learn how customers find your business online […]

Walking Tour Season Opens June 25 in West Newton

Want to take a closer look at historic sites and landmarks around the City of Newton? Historic Newton is once again presenting walking tours this summer! We'll be visiting the […]

Beekeeping Basics with Apiarist Sean Sanker

Newton Community Farm 303 Nahanton Street, Newton, MA

Local beekeeper Sean Sanker, who keeps hives at Newton Community Farm, will lead this class in a discussion of beekeeping basics. He will explain the general process of keeping bees […]

$20

Food As Medicine: Eating For Life

Virtual Newton, MA

Join us for a community conversation on healthy eating for chronic disease prevention featuring an overview on optimal nutrition, a healthy cooking demonstration and Q&A with Newton-Wellesley Hospital expert clinicians.

Free Environmental Warriors Webinar

FIRST UNITARIAN SOCIETY OF NEWTON 1326 WASHINGTON STREET, Newton, MA

The First Unitarian Universalist Society in Newton invites the entire Newton community to an online workshop on opportunities for collective environmental action — working together for energy and hope. Learn about local and […]

EPLAC Meeting

Newton Education Center 100 Walnut Street, Newton, MA

ELPAC (English Learner Parent Advisory Council) is a network of English Language Learners (ELLs) and former ELL families districtwide. ELPAC collaborates with schools and the district to improve ELL programs, […]

Calling all Aspiring Film Critics!

New Arts Center at TRIO 245 Walnut Street, Newtonville

Become a Junior Film Critic Workshop w/Joyce Kulhawik and Tom Meek (part of Belmont World Film's 20th Family Festival Arts and entertainment critic/Joyce’s Choices and Boston Theater Critics Association President […]

$25

Ever to Excel: Writing the History of Boston College

Zoom Newton, MA

In connection with the university's sesquicentennial celebrations of 2012-2013, Professor O'Toole was asked to write a new history of Boston College. That book, Ever to Excel: A History of Boston College, […]

Career Pathways Event

Newton South High School 140 Brandeis Road, Newton, MA

Newton Youth Services in partnership with Newton Public Schools and MassHire Metro South/West, is excited to host a Career Pathways Event. The Career Pathways event will bring organizations, employers, and […]

Hydrogen vs. Electricity for Heating Buildings

Virtual Newton, MA

Join Nathan Phillips, Professor in the Department of Earth and Environment at Boston University, for a moderated panel discussion. The session will include a review of new findings in the Roetter/Richardson Hydrogen […]

Career Exploration Event Series

Newton Free Library 330 Homer Street, Newton, MA

Join Newton Youth Services and the Newton Free Library for the second Career Exploration Speaker Series where students will learn more about the medical industry through patient-facing careers. Intended for […]

Representation Matters talk with Dr. David Stamps

Newtonville Books 10 Langley Rd, Newton Center

Dr. David Stamps, Newton parent and professor of media at Bentley University, will present talk about the importance of representation in media and society. Come join us for a thought-provoking […]