Drop off your kids for a fun Friday night with YMCA qualified childcare staff. We order pizza for dinner and keep the children entertained with games, swimming, movies and sports. $25 per child for WSYMCA members and $30 for non-members. A 20% discount is offered per child for those with two or more children. Go out for the night and take advantage of this low-cost alternative to hiring a babysitter. [...]
Watch BC play nationally-ranked Virginia Tech at 2pm. Virginia Tech is a perennial challenger for the ACC Conference Championship. Join us on the field for a special “photo op” at the end of the game, and see a special welcome on the score board! This program is co-sponsored with the Newton Housing Authority, Newton at Home, the Newton Department of Parks & Recreation, and Lasell Village. The van used for this trip is not handicapped accessible. Departure: Newton City Hall (Outside, in front of Main Entrance) 1:15 p.m. [...]
When the kingdom's most-wanted bandit, Flynn Rider (Zachary Levi), hides in a convenient tower, he immediately becomes a captive of Rapunzel (Mandy Moore), the spire's longtime resident. Crowned with 70 feet of magical golden hair, she has been locked away for years and desperately wants freedom.
Contact: Newton Free Library 617-796-1360 Location: Druker Auditorium
The critically acclaimed Calyx Piano Trio features Nina Ferrigno, piano, Catherine French, violin and Jennifer Lucht, cello. All seasoned chamber musicians; they have given chamber music concerts throughout the U.S. and abroad, exciting audiences with their expressive ensemble playing and brilliant virtuosity. They will perform Mendelssohn’s Trio in C Minor, Op. 66 and William Bolcom’s Introduzione e Rondo: Haydn Go Seek.[...]
Despite being deposed as president of his condo's resident association, 59-year-old misanthrope Ove continues to plague his neighbors with dictatorial demands. But when Ove's new neighbor runs over his mailbox, the old crank finds he's met his match. Starring Rolf Lassgard and Bahar Pars. PG-13. 1 hour, 56 minutes. [...]
In Ending Ageism, or How Not to Shoot Old People award-winning writer and cultural critic Margaret Morganroth Gullette confronts the ways people aging past midlife are portrayed in the media, by adult offspring; the esthetics and politics of representation in photography, film, and theater; and the incitement to commit suicide for those with early signs of “dementia.” In this original and important book, Gullette presents evidence of pervasive age-r [...]