Balance and Injury Prevention

Virtual Newton, MA

Improve movement efficiency and balance to decrease risk of injury and chronic pain. Led by a certified group fitness instructor, this class focuses on exercises which are fundamental to daily […]

Nancy Schön Reads at Storytime!

Virtual Newton, MA

Join us on Historic Newton's Facebook page for a special Storytime with Nancy Schön reading Make Way for Ducklings, the book that inspired her sculptures in the Boston Public Garden. She will also […]

Recurring

Mary Stuart: A Collaboration of Song and Text

The Hyde BandStand 90 Lincoln Street, Newton, MA

Two queens; one throne. Two women pitted against each other in a man’s world. Find out who wins this renaissance-style game of thrones in a sharp new adaptation of Schiller’s […]

Free – $50

Plant Swap

Join us for Mary Morganti's Annual Plant Swap, when dozens of local gardeners share the bounty of their spring gardens. Masks are required at this outdoor event at the Durant-Kenrick […]

Couch to J 5K

Virtual Newton, MA

As we celebrate our shared commitment to our community’s wellness while social distancing, lace up your sneakers and join JCC Greater Boston for the second annual Couch to J 5K! […]

A conversation with State Treasurer Deborah Goldberg

Virtual Newton, MA

Join us for a conversation with Massachusetts’ State Treasurer Deborah Goldberg. In a moderated Q & A we’ll discuss her key initiatives and priorities as the state looks towards recovery, […]

A Conversation with Restaurant Industry Leaders.

Virtual Newton, MA

Join Greg Reibman, president of the Newton-Needham Regional Chamber, and Joelle Tomb, co-owner SUSHICO, in conversation with local restaurateurs as they discuss the restaurant industry in the age of COVID-19.   Register Photo […]

All That Jazz Spring Open House in Person!

All That Jazz 330 Watertown St, Newton, MA

Please join me and spread the word to friends, neighbors and anyone else who might be a great addition to our dance family!  

Juneteenth Celebration

This holiday celebrates the end of slavery after the Civil War. Newton's event at the Hyde Playground includes speakers, music, and a public reading of the Emancipation Proclamation by students. […]