Come join us for a PARTY in ASL. Kids will present skits. We will play games. We will chat and enjoy sweet refreshments, all in American Sign Language! Come sign with us!
Join Ken Gloss for a program about old and rare books. He will talk about the history of his shop, show some of his favorite finds, describe some of the joys of the 'hunt,' and explain what makes a book go up in value. Following a Q and A session, Mr. Gloss will give free […]
December 16, 2019
Join us in the Makerspace for crafts and fun! See what you can make and take home with you. This month: accordion envelopes. Registration (required) at https://newtonfreelibrary.libcal.com/event/5984318.
Join us to discuss special education issues, programs, and concerns. Newton SEPAC board planning meetings are free and open to all people interested in learning more about special education.
Meet and hang out with lovers of all things anime! Activities will range from anime screenings to discussion of our favorite series, manga share and swap, anime-themed crafts, cosplay workshops, art trades and more! Yummy Japanese snacks will be served. For tweens/teens entering grades 6-12. Teen Area.
Ted Sharp is the Executive Director of Learning Prep. He will be sharing about the school's philosophy and impact. We will also, as required by our bylaws, hold the Annual Meeting for the Rotary Club of Newton, and the Annual Meeting of the Newton Rotary Foundation. The Boards for the Rotary Year 2020-2021 will be […]
NewTV is delighted to have a new show on exhibit: "Winter" from Newton Art Association artists. This small works show features work from 32 artists. Come join us for an opening gallery reception on Dec. 18. Free and open to the public. Enjoy wine and cheese while mingling with the artists.
Take 30 minutes out of your busy week for this Guided Meditation that allows you to relax, focus inward, and rejuvenate. No experience with meditation required.
Experience what the library has to offer for the homeschooling community! Each month will have a different theme that is explored through book groups and maker concepts. This program takes place every first and third Thursday. For ages 5-14. Teen Area.
Have too much to do? Want to add something else to your plate? Join our book club, directed at the overscheduled teen! We'll discuss the book and have some fantastic snacks. This month we'll discuss The Way You Make Me Feel by Maurene Goo. Please pick up the book at the Main Desk. Grades 9-12. […]
Calling all music lovers! Please join us for a fabulous festive treat – your most-loved holiday classics with a twist! Enjoy the incomparable Duke Ellington Nutcracker Suite and other big band favorites at the Swing’n Holidays Concert, featuring Essentially Ellington award-winning Newton South Jazz Ensemble students and alumni. Bring the family! We’ll be serving hot […]
Look, listen, touch and play! Children will enjoy a storytime and activities to explore different concepts each week. Tickets will be available 15 minutes before the program at the desk in the Children's Room.
Help set up for the Post 440's monthly Food Pantry distribution, package fresh fruits and veggies from the Greater Boston Food Bank, and dostribute the food to recipients. Please sign up with Susan Paley (email@example.com).
Are you a self-proclaimed cookie monster? Drop by to design, decorate and munch on yummy cookies. Grades 5-7. Teen Area.
Jack, the Pumpkin King of Halloween Town, one day discovers Christmas Town and plans to supplant Santa on his big night. Rated PG. Runtime 76 minutes.
3 Week Belly Dance Workshop Wednesdays, 1:00-2: 00p.m January 22, 29 & Feb 5th Location: 1294 Centre Street Belly dance is a creative way to get a workout and to increase flexibility and balance. Learn about different cultures by exploring their music and dance.
Young Sook Lee, cello, and Yoojin Lee, piano, are Duo Nouveau. They will perform Ludwig van Beethoven’s Sonata for Cello and Piano No.3 in A major, op.69, Ferruccio Busoni’s Serenata for Cello and Piano, op.34 and Benjamin Britten’s Sonata for Cello and Piano in C, op.65.