This years ‘Proud to be Me’ theme will focus on female public servant role models in the Newton/Boston community. Unfortunately, most public servant professions are male-dominated. These young girls need to know that they can[...]Read more:Proud to Be Me
This program will provide you with general information about organ and tissue donation. Included will be a brief overview including who is eligible to register to be a donor and info about who is eligible to receive a transplant . Jim O’Hare, a Newton resident and lung transplant recipient, will also share his experiences as a senior waiting for and receiving his life-saving transplant.
Register with The Front Desk at 617-796-1660. Free.
The event will feature nine local celebrities, who have already been paired with a professional dancer. Each dancer will perform a choreographed routine, i.e., fox trot, swing, tango, samba, jive, etc. They will also collaborate for a group performance.
The event is complete with special appetizers, 50/50, raffles, and plenty of dancing. [...]
The Boys and Girls here at the Club have been acting out a lot this year; in Theater Class, that is! Come see them perform in their favorite warm-ups, theater games and short sketches. They’ll[...]Read more: Boy’s and Girls Theater Showcase
Gregorian Rugs, 2284 Washington St., Newton Lower Falls
John McDonagh has been driving a cab in New York City for the last 35 years and he has the stories to prove it. The Cabtivist is John's uproarious one-man show about more ridiculous adventures than any other ten people have had. His real-life stories are woven together with video clips and John's hysterically funny commentary. [...]
Experience the power of play and the fun of improvisational and collaborative drawing in a safe, encouraging environment. Artist Grey Held will guide the use of mixed media to create two-dimensional one-of-a-kind drawings, reflecting the contributions of each participant. Materials provided. Register Here. Fee: $55.00