In this class for advanced English learners, we will discuss current news about the American government, including background information you need to understand how the government works. We'll also highlight key words and idioms and discuss the relationship between government and the media. There will be short weekly homework assignments. The class meets on Zoom […]
Start your day with stories, songs and rhymes led by Newton Free Library Children's Librarians. For children ages 0-4 and their caregivers. To connect to zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85464639304?pwd=VUxIQmhpZzNLaTlFLzJwT3dKdGZJdz09 Meeting ID: 854 6463 9304 Passcode: 077106 One tap mobile 19292056099,,85464639304# US (New York) 13017158592,,85464639304# US (Washington DC) Dial by your location 1 929 205 6099 US (New […]
American Culture and Your Children is a conversation class about parenting for English learners. Learn about American parenting practices and share your own culture's ideas about child-rearing. The class is led by a former Boston Globe parenting columnist. It is intended for intermediate to advanced learners who have not taken it before. The class meets […]
Get an introduction to our three most popular library eresources so you can start accessing books, music, movies, and more from home. On the day of the event you will receive an email with a link to join. At the time of the program simply click on the link and you'll see the host. For […]
Join us virtually for an up-close look at our 3D printers as we talk about how they work and what they can do. We’ll also show you how to submit your own files to be printed at the library and where you can find things to print online. Come with any questions you have about […]
Experience ancient practices of breathing and meditation in an informal virtual setting. Discover secrets to increasing happiness in everyday life and learn ways to make it grow each day. No previous experience required. Sessions are led by mindfulness, yoga and meditation teacher, Janhavi Wadwhani. The sessions will continue on the first and third Thursdays of […]
We will discuss a different short story each week. Students must read the assigned story ahead of time. This class is for high intermediate English learners. This class meets on Zoom on Friday mornings, from January 7 until March 25, 2022. For more information, contact Andrew Shapira, Program Coordinator, at 617-796-1364 or NewtonELL@minlib.net.
Want to meet up and play some Magic: The Gathering on a Saturday? We've found just the place, our Teen Area! This event is in-person and will be moderated by a local high school student. Please bring cards if you have them! For grades 7-12. For more information contact Megan Coffey at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Education: The psychological & physiological impact of systemic oppression and the need for self-care with Dr. Stephen Gresham, Ph.D Physical Practice: High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) with Ashley Mitchell. Dr. Stephen Gresham is a Psychologist, Professor of Counseling at Regis College and Director of Clinical Training in Psychology at the VA Medical Center. His clinical […]