Join us for art & music program for children 18 months to 4 years (with an adult). Children make a new art project weekly, have play time, snacks, and music & movement. Classes are held at the War Memorial/Cultural Center Auditorium at City Hall on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 9:30 -11:15am. Come learn and explore […]
Three Squares New England hosts this annual event to support participating hunger‑relief partners and over 250,000 individuals and families in need. Every dollar raised through the Ride for Food, Walk for Food, and Off the Beaten Path goes directly to the organizations helping fight food insecurity. How can I participate? Choose one of several options: […]
Early Notation with Annette Bauer Pitch: 440, Open to all instrumentalists and singers “Machaut and the Ars Nova – I” Wednesdays 5:30-6:45pm EST: September 14, 21, 28 & October 5 The music of Guillaume Machaut (ca. 1300-1377) offers a wonderful opportunity to study the style, forms, and musical notation used in the ars nova in France. […]
Thursday, September 29th at 7 pm Newtonville Books Carla Naumburg, PhD, returns to the store to present You are Not a Sh*tty Parent: How to Of course, you think you’re doing a sh*tty job. Every parent does. It’s a byproduct of our society's incessant demands coupled with the in-your-face competitiveness parents see on social media. […]
Night Out @ New Art – Calligraphy Workshop – AEF22802 September 30 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm |$55.00 Dates: 9/30 Details: Friday, 1 Session Times: 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM This two-hour workshop introduces expressive marker lettering. Begin with some basic letter strokes and then construct and practice the basic alphabet. Then the fun begins, with letter variations and […]
SEPTEMBER 30- OCTOBER 1 THE BLACK BOX THEATER AT THE MOSESIAN CENTER FOR THE ARTS 90-minutes including a 30-minute talk-back Reconsidering, presented in partnership with RootsUprising and Theatre for the People, is an embodied discussion of the intersectional experience of women of color through both their spatial and temporal circumstances. The evening of sharing includes six dancing texts […]
Internationally acclaimed tenor, Alberto Profeta appears at The Allen Center in a program of famous arias and Italian songs with well known to Newton audiences, pianist Maxim Lubarsky, Tino D’Agostino, bass, and Sergio Bellotti, drums. Check them out on Youtube. And purchase your tickets here!
All ages are welcome as we celebrate Hispanic Heritage month by presenting this wonderful author and her beautiful book. We will be outside, weather permitting, or we'll move inside if we have to! If we do move inside, we ask that masks be worn. Thank you! Yolanda Divine, the proud mother of three boys, is an […]
Connect with other book lovers over drinks and a conversation with publisher, author, and podcaster Zibby Owens for an afternoon break. Jean Stehle will host a conversation with Zibby regarding her books and memoir. $50 ticket includes ZIBBY's new memoir available for pick up at Newtonville books, the event signature drink, and small bites! The […]
Join friends and neighbors for a celebration of Newton Highlands Congregational Church’s 150th anniversary on Sunday, October 2, at 11:30 a.m., at 54 Lincoln Street in Newton Highlands, MA. Enjoy music, ice cream, crafts, and a photo booth. All are welcome! Free!
Step back into the 19th century at our annual fall family festival, which takes place Sunday, October 2 from 12:00 noon to 4:00 p.m. in the backyard of the Jackson Homestead. Children are encouraged to try activities, including apple cider pressing, weaving, sack races, and candle dipping. Bring the family for a day of old-fashioned […]
Excited to hear the operatic talents of soprano Olga Lisovskaya and tenor Giovanni Formisano, accompanied by Max Lubrasky for an afternoon of Italian songs from opera classics, Frank Sinatra, Mario Lanza, Andreas Bocelli, and more. Olga Lisovskaya is a critically-acclaimed singer, voice teacher and director of Talents of the World, an international concert organization, as well […]