New Things To Do This Week #2

NCA highlights arts & culture things to do online! 

NCA is keeping you connected virtually with the arts and culture organizations you love, as well as introducing you to other enriching online opportunities. Many more online events on our calendar. Wishing you well. Stay safe and healthy!


*New Art Center presents an excellent collection of remote classes for adults and teens. Register now for a variety of classes including: Post-Modern Assemblage Painting from Monday, March 30 to Monday, June 8 from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. and Acrylic & Oil Painting – Intermediate/Advanced from Monday, March 30 to Monday, May 18 from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. These remote learning classes are filling quickly, so register today. Click here. Also enjoy New Art Center’s Online Gallery “New Art @ Home” right here. More info at 

*First Church in Chestnut Hill is pleased to share virtually this soothing organ music – Meditation #3 Twilight by Pamela Marshall. Go here to listen right now. Scroll down the page, push the blue button, and enjoy! More info about First Church in Chestnut Hill at

*Newton Baroque presents its January 12, 2019 performance of Johann Jakob Walther Hortulus Chelicus Sonata 24, Prelude via Facebook. This program features Susanna Ogata, violin; Sarah Freiberg Ellison, cello; Simon Martyn-Ellis, theorbo; and Andrus Madsen, harpsichord. Listen to this delightful performance now here. More info about Newton Barogue at

*Have you had a chance to listen to Highland Glee Club lately? Check out their fantastic performance of Ecce quam bonum here. More info about Highland Glee Club at

*Share your stories! Historic Newton would like to help Newton residents document your experiences during the historic COVID-19 pandemic. Historic Newton will keep the stories and photos to share, so that residents in the future can learn about life in Newton during this historic time. Send your story to Submissions should include a photo (any person pictured should be age 18 or older) and a short entry (no more than 100 words, please!) detailing your thoughts, experiences, and musings during the COVID-19 shutdown. More info at


We hope you enjoyed this new version of our blog. If you have virtual arts & culture resources you would like to share, or if you are a local artist and would like to have your art featured on our blog, reach out to Ellen at NCA at

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