Upcoming Events

Wednesday Movie: Denial

Wednesday, July 26, 2017
1:00 pm
Newton Senior Center, 345 Walnut St., Newtonville

In the 1990s, well-known Holocaust denier David Irving sued historian Deborah Lipstadt -- issuing a complaint under British law requiring the American academic to prove that the greatest atrocity of World War II actually took place. Starring Rachel Weisz and Tom Wilkinson. 2016. PG-13. 110 mins.

The Presti Group, an independent real estate agency in Newtonville, will be providing free popcorn to movie-goers.  The company’s motto is, “We go the Extra Block.”

Categories: 

  • Seniors

Watertown Children’s Theatre’s Break A Leg Troupe Presents: Leonardo, The Terrible Monster

Wednesday, July 26, 2017
2:00 pm-2:45 pm
Newton Free Library, 330 Homer St., Newton Centre

Leonardo is a terrible monster -- he can't scare a single person! Come join in the fun Leonardo tries to learn how to become a monster, but discovers that being a friend may be even better. Watertown Children’s Theatre’s Break A Leg Troupe is a group of actors in grades 3-8 who will transform this beloved work of children’s literature into a live performance right in the comfort of your library! Recommended for children and families of all ages.  CONTACT:  Newton Free Library 617.796.1360

LOCATION: Druker Auditorium

Categories: 

  • Cultural
  • Kids

District Attorney Discusses: Protecting Yourself from Scams and Fraud

Wednesday, July 26, 2017
2:00 pm-3:30 pm
Newton Senior Center, 345 Walnut St., Newtonville

Marian Ryan, the Middlesex District Attorney, will discuss identity theft and safe banking practices, living safely at home, and she will answer questions from the audience about safety, scams, and abuse. “Scam artists are skilled, and anyone can fall victim,” said District Attorney Ryan. “Still, there are things individuals can do to educate and protect themselves from these sorts of crimes.” Prior to being named District Attorney, Marian Ryan served as the Chief of the Office’s Elder and Disabled Unit for 18 years.

Categories: 

  • Seniors

Supercharged Painting: Oil and Acrylic Workshop

Wednesday, July 26, 2017
5:00 pm-8:00 pm (7/26-8/23)
New Art Center, 61 Washington Park, Newtonville

Presented By: John Murray

This class combines an active studio atmosphere with an experimental approach to painting. Students of all levels will improve techniques and experiment with new ways of making art. Class encourages figurative and abstract approaches and will include individual critiques to help students develop their personal voice. 5 Wednesdays, 7/26-8/23.  Register Here.

Fee: $270.00

Categories: 

  • Cultural

Shake up Your Commute: Paddle to Work Day

Friday, July 28, 2017
9am - 12pm
1071 Soldier’s Field Road Boston, Massachusetts

Charles River CommuteCelebrate and support a healthy Charles River Watershed and to bring a little bit of adventure into your daily commute by paddling 4.5 miles down the Charles River from Charles River Canoe and Kayak’s

Categories: 

  • Athletics

Newton Farmers Market

Saturday, July 22, 2017
Saturday, July 29, 2017
Saturday, August 5, 2017
Saturday, August 12, 2017
Saturday, August 19, 2017
10:00am-2:00pm
Elm Street, West Newton

Categories: 

  • Local Business

Trash To Treasure

Saturday, July 29, 2017
4:;00-5:00 pm
Newton Free Library, 330 Homer St., Newton Centre

Turn trash into treasure.  A craft making activity for kids ages 5-8.  Space is limited.  Pleae pick up a ticket at the desk in the Children's Room starting 15 minutes before the program begins.  CONTACT:  Newton Free Library 617.796.1360

LOCATION: Druker Auditorium

Categories: 

  • Cultural
  • Family
  • Kids

Who Inspired Our School Names?

Sunday, July 30, 2017
2:00 pm
791 Walnut St, Newton Centre

A NEWTON CEMETERY TOUR

Newton’s two high schools simply use North and South for identification, but many public elementary and middle schools are named after a notable person in our city. Stroll through the Newton Cemetery to see the final resting places and learn more about the lives of Dr. Henry Bigelow, Isaac Tucker Burr, and others whose legacy continues in our schools.

Categories: 

  • Cultural

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