Make your Halloween costume the talk of the party! Use EL Wire (electroluminescent wire) to make you glow throughout the night. Bring your costume! This is an all ages event. Parents must stay with their children. Registration required and will begin 3 weeks prior. One registration per family.
Members of the Huntington's Disease Society of America (HDSA) will join us for a panel discussion. We'll hear from individuals about what is Huntington’s, personal experiences of going through the process of genetic testing and counseling, deciding not to get tested, and more about living with the disease and how it has affected their lives. Transportation available for Newton seniors. Free. Just show up. Location: Druker Auditorium
(PLAAN) Interactive Community Session Hear Results and Help Set Priorities Sessions will be held at the Newton Free Library During the first half of 2017, over 300 residents shared their vision with PLAAN of how Newton could become better equipped to serve the needs of our aging population including how to address social isolation, increase mobility, and improve housing options. Join these two sessions to hear the results and provide feedback for what should be the priority actions going forward. Register with the Front Desk at 617-796- 1660. Free.[...]
Enjoy a magic show with Jack “Houdini” Ryan. Come early (12:30-1:00) for Halloween-themed refreshments in the Dining Room. Then, take a seat in our Function Room for the show! Jack is the Past President of the Society of Magicians in Boston, which was founded in 1922. Some of his numerous performances have been for The Ritz Carlton Hotel, Holy Cross College, Big Brother Association and the MBTA Police. Jack’s program is “Magic of the Mind,” a mixture of Magic, ESP & Humor. Register with the Front Desk at 617-796-1660. [...]
The Mass Cultural Council and the New Art Center join together to present the 2017 Mass Cultural Council Artist Fellows Invitational in Photography, Sculpture/Installation/New Genres. By bringing together Artist Fellows from different disciplines, the exhibition will demonstrate the inventiveness and vitality of today’s Massachusetts contemporary artists and photographers.