Thanksgiving Day Dinner

Thursday, November 23, 2017
11:00 am- 2:00 pm
Newton Senior Center, 345 Walnut St., Newtonville

Members of the senior community who find themselves far from family or loved ones are invited to join us for a Thanksgiving Day dinner. Transportation is provided through our Yellow Voucher system. This event is open to Newton seniors only, and pre-registration is required. Register early, as space is limited. Free, thanks to the generous sponsorship of The Village Bank. Register with Ilana 617-796-1670.
 

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  • Seniors

Dance Demo

12:45-1:45 p.m.
Newton Senior Center, 345 Walnut St., Newtonville

Have you always wanted to try modern dance? Come to a “dance demo” with local instructor and Dance-Movement Therapist, Nechama Cheses, to try it for yourself! You will leave this fun class feeling invigorated, stretched, and relaxed! Free, register with the Front Desk at 617-796-1660

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  • Seniors

Community Shredding Day

9:00 am-noon
Newton Senior Center, 345 Walnut St., Newtonville

Do you have old bank statements or other papers that need to be shredded? Come to the Newton Senior Center parking lot to dispose of your old papers. Items must be dropped off on this day only. Staples may be left in documents, and paper bags may be shredded. $5 suggested donation to the Newton Senior Center. Generously sponsored by Adam Shamus– Seniors Real Estate Specialist at Keller-Williams Realty (617-852-3170, adamshamus@gmail.com, adamshamus.com) Call the Front Desk at 617-796-1660 for a time slot in which to arrive.

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  • Family

One Day Art Exhibit/Open House

12:00 pm-5:00 pm
41 Waldorf Road, Newton Highlands
3 local artists, showing in a Newton home – a nice change from our more formal gallery shows! Photography, graphic art, large tapestries, silk pieces and more. New works, experimental works plus other recent items.
NOS artists: Ellen Fisher and Marcus Parsons (with Ellen KaplovitZ)
 

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  • Cultural

Crafts Show and Sale

11:00 am-5:00 pm (also 10/22)
120 Hyde St., Newton Highlands.
Four artists will show felted accessories, porcelain pottery, wire and hand-colored brass jewelry, and fine clothing and unique scarves.
Newton Open Studio  artists: Susan Tornheim and Kendra Tornheim (with Reme Gold and Jen Flores)
 

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  • Cultural
  • Family

A GOTHIC HALLOWEEN FOR HURRICANE RELIEF

5:00 pm
Second Church, 60 Highland St., West Newton

Channel 5, anchor and sportscaster Josh Brogadir will render a dramatic reading from Poe's "The Raven." Andrus Madsen will perform spooky organ music as well as perform with some musicians from Newton Baroque. There also will be a short dance film based on Poe's short story "The Tell-Tale Heart" which was choreographed and directed by Carolyn Paine.  

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  • Cultural
  • Family

Jewelry Mosaic with Michel L’Huillier

2:30 pm-4:00 pm
New Art Center, 61Washington Park, Newtonville

Use a wide selection of precut colored glass pieces and beads to create a mini-mosaic in a deep pendant (many shapes available, silver- or copper-plated). Arrange the colored pieces, surround them with a colorful grout, clean them up and voilà! You’ll be provided a black leather cord necklace for each pendant. Material fee includes 2 pendants.
Register Here.  $95

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  • Cultural

Glass Fusing with Michel L’Huillier

10:00 am-12:00 noon
New Art Center, 61Washington Park, Newtonville

This elegant and contemporary glass-art technique creates beautiful sculptures of color and light. Combined varying textures, shapes and colors of glass to create serving trays, window hangings, sushi plates and sculptural objects. Pieces are fused at high temperatures, creating sleek finished designs in colored glass. Materials provided. Wear close-toed shoes!
Register Here.

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  • Cultural

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