Dine Local: Keep Making Memories Contest


The Newton-Needham Dining Collaborative has devised a fun and tasty way for you to support our local restaurants. Whether it’s take out, delivery, outdoor dining , socially distanced inside seating, or a gift card for a friend, the Dine Local: Keep Making Memories Contest, from October 15 – November 15, encourages you to find more […]

Year End Nonprofit Fundraising

Zoom Newton

Do you have a strong year end fundraising plan in place? Come learn actionable steps from Nanette Fridman of Fridman Strategies to take now to maximize your nonprofit's year end fundraising. Bring your executives, development and marketing professionals, board chairs and development committees. 

Time for Partners – Outdoors! Fall 2020

The Cove in Auburndale

An art & music program for children 18 months to 4 years (with an adult). Come learn and explore and make new friends through art, music, and play. Join us on Tuesday or Thursday mornings from 10:00 - 11:00am starting September 22 - October 22. This fall, Time for Partners will take place outdoors at The […]


Cyber Security: Best Practices for your Business

Zoom Newton

October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month! Join Cybersecurity Expert, Ryan Barrett, CEO of ORAM Corporate Advisors for this free webinar to learn best practices for keeping your business safe and secure. We’ll cover some of the most common cyber security scams and pitfalls and give you simple action steps to protect yourself and your business.   REGISTER […]

Blood Drive

Boston Chinese Evangelical Church 218 Walnut St, Newton, MA

In partnership with the American Red Cross, the Boston Chinese Evangelical Church is hosting a blood drive on Wednesday, October 21st from 10 am to 3:30 pm at our Newtonville location (218 Walnut St. Newton). Please consider donating life saving blood during this time of great need! To thank you for making time to donate, […]


Mental Health and the Global Pandemic

Zoom Newton

Dr. Jerrold Rosenbaum Thursday, October 22 at 6:30 p.m. EDT Topics will include the impact of the pandemic on mental health, challenges of remote work, and access to psychiatric care. Q&A hosted by President Michael B. Alexander. Guests will have the opportunity to submit questions. About Dr. Rosenbaum: He serves as director of the Center […]

Life Care Planning: Making Choices as We Grow Older and Live Longer


Presenter: Karen Wasserman, LICSW, Aging Life Care Professional, and director of Your Elder Experts, a division of Jewish Family & Children’s Services These days, many of us are reading Being Mortal and The Gentle Art of Swedish Death Cleaning. How do we use planning to create the future we’d like as we age? Aging in place or finding my […]

Happy Howl-O-Ween! Dress Up Your Pup!

Cold's Spring Park Dog Park 156-182 Plymouth Rd, Newton

You are invited to a Howl-O-Ween Party to celebrate the season, in the great outdoors with your family and your pup! Who: Pups and pup parents, siblings, and all friends! Where: Newton Center Cold Springs Park Dog Park. When: Saturday, October 24, 2020, from 2 pm – 4 pm Why: We need a little fun […]

Navigating the Courts During COVID

Zoom Newton

Mon. Oct. 26, 3-4 p.m. via Zoom Free for members, $10 for nonmembers Wondering how to get a hearing date? How to object during a virtual hearing? The Chief Justice of the Superior Court, the Honorable Judith Fabricant, and the Deputy Court Administrator for the Superior Court, Elaina Quinn, will share updates about the court and […]

Breaking Down the Bard Youth Theatre Workshop

Zoom Newton

Let us welcome your child into the wonderful world of Shakespeare! Using an engaging, interdisciplinary approach, this workshop will explore the music, movement, costumes, and poetry of Shakespeare’s original productions. Participants will leave with a new appreciation for the world of Shakespearean theatre and confidence in their ability to inhabit it.