The Price Center has been serving and empowering individuals with developmental disabilities in the greater Boston Area for nearly four decades. Among the highest-rated providers of residential, clinical, day habilitation and employment services in the state of Massachusetts, The Price Center delivers an unrivaled quality of programming and care to the individuals currently served by our highly experienced and dedicated staff.
New England Mobile Book Fair, 82 Needham St., Newton Highlands
Magnificent Minds empowers teen girls to become strong social leaders by profiling sixteen incredible women who revolutionized science, medicine, and society. Did you know that Marie Curie is the only Nobel Prize winner whose daughter also won the Nobel Prize? Or that the most famous 17th century astronomer was a woman, Maria Cunitz? Or that the first computer compiler was created by a woman, Grace Hopper? This isn't a dry textbook lesson--these powerful voices come alive in a book full of inspirational stories that girls need for exploring a future in science and leadership! [...]
Newton Free Library, 330 Homer St., Newton Centre, Druker Auditorium
Winter doesn't last forever! Join the New Art Center and Newton Free Library in celebrating the new season by making your own garden. Using recycled materials and lots of colored paper, we will make flowers, trees and decorate a flower pot. For ages 6-10. Space is limited. Please pick up a ticket at the Children's desk starting half an hour before the program begins.
Mark Goodman and his daughter Sophie formed the Newton Girls Ultimate Frisbee team for middle school girls in 2013. The team had a successful season last Spring competing in 3 tournaments. Mark has played and taught Ultimate for 20+ years, and he looks forward to coaching the team again this Spring. There are a few roster spots open as some of the 8th graders have moved on. [...]
In the past few weeks the owners of the former Aquinas College site, the Sisters of Saint Joseph, notified us that they were unable to fully execute the sale of their property with the organization they were negotiating with, and consequently that the property was once again going to be on the market. [...]