Historic Newton Presents At Home Dinners

MA

Enjoy an intimate gathering of neighbors at a historic Newton home for dinner and some history. Proceeds will support Historic Newton. Owners of some of Newton’s historic houses are inviting you into their homes for home-cooked dinners for groups of 10-12 guests. At each home, enjoy an intimate gathering of Newton neighbors while a local […]

Newton Theatre Company presents: Our Tears Are the Same Color: Parallel Narratives of Palestinian and Israeli Women

St John’s Episcopal Church, Newton, MA, 297 Lowell Avenue, Newtonville, MA, 02460

Our newest production came about because of a unique partnership between Newton Theatre Company and the Parents Circle-Families Forum. Our Tears Are the Same Color: Parallel Narratives of Bereaved Palestinian and Israeli Women March 25 – April 3, 2022 Click here to purchase your tickets. Presented in partnership with the Parents Circle-Families Forum Four women, […]

New Philharmonia Orchestra presents: Classics III

MA

The New Philharmonia Orchestra continues its exciting 27th season filled with celebratory spirit, incredible music, and exciting guest performances. Join them for their Classics III program featuring works by Mozart and Brahms. Tickets are $10-$50. For more information visit newphil.org.

Newton Theatre Company presents: Our Tears Are the Same Color: Parallel Narratives of Palestinian and Israeli Women

St John’s Episcopal Church, Newton, MA, 297 Lowell Avenue, Newtonville, MA, 02460

Our newest production came about because of a unique partnership between Newton Theatre Company and the Parents Circle-Families Forum. Our Tears Are the Same Color: Parallel Narratives of Bereaved Palestinian and Israeli Women March 25 – April 3, 2022 Click here to purchase your tickets. Presented in partnership with the Parents Circle-Families Forum Four women, […]

Newton Art Association presents The Art of Healing at the Allen Center

Allen Center for the Arts, 35 Webster St, WEST NEWTON, MA, 02465, United States

A Collaborative Exhibit with Newton Cultural Alliance at The Allen Center beginning March 28, 2022. Opening reception: April 3, 2022, from 2 to 4 p.m. Masks and proof of vaccination are required for admission. Show closes: May 1, 2022 – A Closing Reception will be held from 2 to 4 p.m.

The Newton Free Library presents: Mario Lanza at 101: A Tribute to the great American Tenor

MA

Join Erika Reitshamer for a lecture that examines the extraordinary rise, fall – and posthumous rehabilitation – of the most controversial tenor of the 20th century – Mario Lanza. The name Mario Lanza did not belong in the hallowed halls of great opera singers. He owed his popularity to second-rate Hollywood movies and sang classical […]

Nancy Schön Interview

Showcase Superluxe 55 Boylston St, Chestnut Hill, MA

Newton Community Pride will host an event to celebrate Newton resident and artist Nancy Schön's contributions to public art. Jim Braude, host of WGBH Greater Boston and co-host of Boston Public Radio, will interview Schön about her life in public art, her inspirations, her process, and her future creative plans. "I've been a big fan […]

How Can I Find and Train Job Candidates?

Zoom Newton, MA

Talent pipelines and training programs you may not know about The Commonwealth’s HireNow program sets aside $50 million to help business and nonprofits offer training, or hiring bonuses, or both, to employers who hire job candidates who may need some extra training or skills. But where can employers find the talent and training this program […]

Historic Newton presents: George Wein: Newton’s Jazz Master

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George Wein: Newton’s Jazz Master Date: 03/31/2022 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM Virtual Meeting Newton, Massachusetts 02459 Add to my Calendar Explore the life and achievements of Newton native George Wein (1925-2021), founder of the Newport Jazz Festival, pianist, bandleader, educator, nightclub proprietor and producer of concerts and festivals worldwide, in this talk by jazz […]

George Wein – Newton’s Jazz Master: Newton History Series

Virtual

Join jazz critic and Newton resident Bob Blumenthal for program on the life and achievements of George Wein (1925-2021), the founder of the Newport Jazz Festival. A Newton native, Wein was a pianist, bandleader, educator, nightclub proprietor and producer of concerts and festivals worldwide. Named a Jazz Master by the National Endowment of the Arts […]