Newton Free Library presents The Legacy of Juneteenth: Access to Education that Empowers Us All

Juneteenth is a celebration of the day enslaved Blacks in Galveston, TX learned that they had been granted freedom. Join us for this interactive discussion in which participants share their own educational experiences, thoughts about the current state of public education and perspectives on the potential of education to empower or disempower. The program will be led by Jesse…

Recurring

Amherst Early Music presents Early Notation with Annette Bauer

“Back to Basics / Review / New Intro” Wednesdays 5:30-6:45pm EST: June 1, 8, 15 & 22 Open to all instrumentalists and singers! Pitch: A=440. After a year of focused work on 15th-century notation topics, we close our current season before the summer break with a 4-week online series featuring a “casual” selection of shorter…

Historic Newton presents Walking Tour of West Parish Burying Ground

Established in 1781 as part of Newton's Second Parish Church, West Burying Ground is the resting place for some of the city’s earliest residents. Learn about these residents as well as the shifting iconography and material culture of New England's burying grounds throughout the 18th and 19th centuries. Free but you must register in advance…

Newton Theatre Company presents The Monologue Project: Renters Edition

The Monologue Project: Renters Edition We are thrilled to be bringing back The Monologue Project for its fourth iteration. This project provides an opportunity for a specific subset of the population of Newton– this year, people who rent their homes in Newton– to come together and make their voices heard in a supportive and enjoyable…

Free

Amherst Early Music presents ONLINE Summer Festival!

July 8, 9, and 10, 2022.. save the dates! We'll warm-up for our in-person Festival (August 7-14, 14-21, in Bethlehem, PA) with a 3-day ONLINE Summer Festival! Join us on July 8, 9, and 10 for any mix you like of three class sessions per day, with an international faculty, and a lecture by Yvonne…

$25

Newton Free Library presents Understanding Improv in Klezmer Music

Nathaniel Seelen of Ezekeils' Wheels will give a lecture/demonstration about improv in Klezmer music. Details will follow. Registration for this program will end two hours before the start time. The login information will be sent just after registration closes. Please be sure to check your spam folder in case it lands there. Registrations open at…

The 7th Annual Linda Plaut Festival of the Arts

The 7th Annual Linda Plaut Festival of the Arts July 22 – 24, 2022 20+ Performances – 4 Stages – 3 Days The 7th annual Linda Plaut Newton Festival of the Arts will span many facets of arts and culture including several genres of music from blues to baroque, classical guitar to R&B, and opera to jazz. The…

The 7th Annual Linda Plaut Festival of the Arts

The 7th Annual Linda Plaut Festival of the Arts will be held July 22 – 24, 2022 Multiple Stages – Several Village Locations Performer Proposal Application Now Open!

New Philharmonia Pops Concert

Hyde Community Center 90 Lincoln St, Newton Highlands, MA

The 7th annual Linda Plaut Newton Festival of the Arts will span many facets of arts and culture including several genres of music from blues to baroque, classical guitar to R&B, and opera to jazz. The Festival has served as a catalyst for the cultural life in the city since 2015 and has been a showcase of Newton’s…