23 members of the Newton Camera Club are showcasing their photographs in this exhibit at Newton City Hall. Subjects range from architecture and landscapes to portraits, still-life's, and abstracts. A reception will be held on Monday, July 18th from 4:30 - 6:30pm in room 211 at City Hall. Participating artists: Nicole Mordecai, Herbert Gish, Kate Carleton, Ellen […]
In this class, students will take turns reading a news story out loud. We will talk about the topic, and students will be encouraged to share their ideas. We will also look at vocabulary, grammar, and pronunciation. This class is for intermediate to advanced learners. This class meets in person (on the third floor of […]
Stories from Newton's Past Chestnut Hill Reservoir: "Mecca of the Cyclists" When there wasn’t much green space in Boston 130 years ago, the Chestnut Hill Reservoir became a popular escape from the city. And what better way to get there than by bicycle? In the 1890s, men and women ventured forth, taking advantage of their […]
Find out who invented the fire alarm call system, the flat-bottomed paper bag, and many more items both useful and fanciful at our tour focusing on the lives of clever individuals whose final resting place is at Newton Cemetery. Our tours are presented with support from Newton-Wellesley Hospital.
We are so excited to announce the artists selected for Nearby Gallery’s second annual Newton artist showcase. Spanning many different mediums and subject matter, this group is made up 25 artists at varying stages in their careers. This exhibition will have something for everyone. Beyond the expansive selection of artwork, we are excited about the […]
Join us at Newton Centre Bowl* for our Summer Concert Series. This week Sweet Tomatoes will be onsite selling pizza and beverages for your enjoyment during the show! Mill Town Rounders formed as a joint project between friends Don Shulsinger (banjo) and Joy Walsh (vocals), who’d been playing music together on stages and in living […]