5 Things To Do This Week – 10/04/23
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*Newton Nomadic Theater presents The Village Cidiot for 2 nights only on Friday – Saturday, October 6-7th at 7:30 pm at The Allen Center. When a lifelong New York City couple gets laid off from their jobs, they pack up everything and move to a tiny village in the Berkshires. They discover that the locals call them and the other transplanted New Yorkers “Cidiots.” Don’t be a “Cidiot” and get your tickets now.
*Join the Scandinavian Cultural Center for Cinnamon Bun Day on Saturday, October 7th in the Kaffestugan with regular cinnamon buns and cardamom buns. Eat these delicious treats and stay for a screening of the Norwegian film Childhood at 1:00 p.m. Childhood tells a crucial story about children’s needs, at a time when playing is increasingly marginalized. This observational documentary follows the children in Aurora Kindergarten throughout the year. Register here for the free 1:00 p.m. documentary.
*New Art Center is excited to take part in the annual Newtonville Village Day Celebration presented by the Newtonville Area Council on Sunday, October 8th from 12-4:00 pm. NAC will be offering face painting, caricatures, and a community mural for all guests to contribute to. Make sure to stop by and receive a $10 off coupon which can be applied to any workshop at New Art, valid for 48 hours after the end of the event. This offer is only available to those who visit our booth in person at Village Day, so make sure to stop by!
*New Art Center will be participating in the 3rd Annual Indigenous Peoples Day Celebration at Albemarle Field on October 9th from 11 a.m.-5 p.m.! We will be presenting a collaborative art project created by artist Alvin Colon (Acóma Art) and local teens. Join NAC to celebrate and amplify the voices of Indigenous peoples in the Northeast & beyond at this Indigenous-led and volunteer-run event!