The Newton Nomadic Theater’s uproarious production of the Tony award winning God of Carnage is set here in Newton. An 11 year old boy got his tooth knocked out by another boy at Mason-Rice playground. The four parents get together to sort it out and it all goes horribly wrong.
Acclaimed director Paula Plum and her fabulous cast of Linda Goetz, Billy Meleady, Noni Lewis, and Conor Moroney will have you roaring with laughter in this black suburban comedy.
For tickets and info go to http://newtonnomadictheater.org. This week’s shows October 20th and 21st at Newton Community Barn
“Brilliant show, truly gripping – the quality you would expect in a major city theatre on your doorstep!”
The MIT AgeLab is recruiting high school students across New England for the OMEGA Summit. Students will learn about community-based intergenerational programming and brainstorm ideas for intergenerational exchange to prepare them to take on leadership roles in their school and community and to increase relationships between older adults and high school students.
For students grades 9 – 12. RSVP here today to participate in the OMEGA Summit at MIT on October 21st, 10:00 am – 2:00 pm.
Questions can be directed to email@example.com or 617-253-3506.
There is still have room in the Mindful Parenting Series starting October 25th. Register here Mindful Parenting series or visit http://www.artemisyoga.com/workshops/.
Soccer on the Mat ™, the innovative soccer/yoga program for girls ages 10 to 14 and created by Alison Foley, Head Women’s Soccer Coach at Boston College, is now registering for their late fall session at Artemis Yoga in Watertown.
Registration link – click here
November to January, 4:00 – 5:30 pm, Wednesday or Thursday afternoons
One Class per week: $200.00
If you would like to learn more about Soccer on the Mat or read about it in the Boston Globe, please visit http://www.artemisyoga.com/classes/soccer-on-the-mat/.
Randy Friedman, father of two boys in the Newton schools and Director of Ski & Travel, recently started Seven Travel LLC for the purpose of creating community by planning and participating in family ski trips.
The next trip is December 8th – 10th to Sugarloaf, ME. SIGN UP BY NOVEMBER 3!
For all of the details, please visit https://www.seventravel.org/sugarloaf or contact Randy by email Randy at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone at 617-970-3079.
Miss Ghantous, one of the music teacher at Countryside and Memorial Spaulding, has self published her first children’s book Merlantis under the artist name Music Mermaid. Meet Music Mermaid, creator of the new book “Merlantis”, a modern version of Hans Christian Anderson’s classic tale “The Little Mermaid,” at her book signing.
Music Mermaid will be reading her book, singing her songs and signing books. Dress up like a Prince or Princess, Merfolk, one of your favorite sea creatures, or just come as you are! All welcome!
October 14th, 2:00 – 3:00 pm
Blue Bunny book store, Dedham Center
The Newton Mothers’ Forum is pleased to invite you to a Rockin’ Kids’ Halloween Party! Featuring The Stacey Peasley Band, plus kids crafts, professional face painting and balloon animals – this party is sure to delight even the most discerning ghosts and goblins. Kid-friendly snacks and coffee for the grown ups.
For kids 7 and under (costumes optional) and their parents or caregivers. FREE for NMF members and $20.00 per family (cash only) for non-members. All proceeds will be donated to the Boys and Girls Club of Newton.
For questions, please email email@example.com.
October 22nd, 3:30 – 5:30 pm
The Boys and Girls Club of Newton, 675 Watertown Street – plenty of overflow parking around the corner at Horace Mann and along Ablemarle Street.
For more information about the Newton Mothers’ Forum go to www.newtonmoms.com.
In-home Chemistry Tutoring with “The Chem Coach”. Need a tutor so your student is successful with chemistry? The Chem Coach is for you. She has been tutoring for 10 years, is passionate about chemistry and want students to like learning science! “The Chem Coach” has a degree in chemistry, teaching and industrial experience and her daughters graduated from the Newton Public School System, so she knows the schools. Please contact Jean Lindsay-Dwyer at 617-584-8885 or TheChemCoach@gmail.com.
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Do you have a high school junior or senior who has started applying to colleges and is looking for help with the daunting process of writing the perfect college essay? College admissions boards are on the lookout for those unique students that can express themselves in a way that stands out among the thousands of applicants they receive every year.
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