This event is designed to hone our knowledge of beer styles. By tasting beers blind (without knowing the brand or style), it forces us to rely on our senses and knowledge of style attributes to identify the beer. We will cover major style categories and even throw some curveballs in. We will learn what those style attributes are and how we can identify them through appearance, aroma and flavor. For the remainder of 2017, tickets will be at no-cost to you. Beginning, Thursday, January 11th, tickets will be $5, each session. Registration is limited to 8 per session! Sessions will focus on different beer styles or beers from specific countries, areas or regions: September 28th: Hop Forward Beers October 5th: Fruit and Vegetable Beers October 12th: Malt Forward Beers October 19th: Belgian Styles October 26th: Beers for Cold(er) Weather November 2nd: Beers with Wild Yeast or Bacteria November 9th: Holiday Beers November 16th: Old Ales, Wee Heavy's and Winter Warmers
William James College, located in Newton, hosts a Women's Series event in the fall and spring. Join us for an engaging and fun discussion on the many life transitions that women face. Women across the lifespan are strongly encouraged to attend. The goal of the evening is to connect with other women, share strategies for transition success, and discover ways to bring balance to your life. Our group met in the fall and had a great experience. We welcome past and new participants! Light refreshments will be served. This is a free event. Pre-registration is required.
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About Newton, MA
Newton Massachusetts was settled in 1630 and incorporated in 1688 and was originally part of Cambridge. Newton is conveniently situated close to Boston along the Massachusetts Turnpike, Route 128 and Route 9 and is bounded on three sides by the Charles River. It is a diverse community comprised of 14 villages, each with a unique character.
Newton is a vibrant and desirable place to work and live because of its location with easy access to the public transportation systems. view the Newton homes for sale and real estate listings and find a place where you can call Newton your home. Each attractive neighborhood is known for retaining high property values and the city has a strong nationally recognized school system. Throughout Newton you will find well maintained parks - bicycle and fitness trails - golf courses - a public pool and even a lake.
Newton has been designated one of three cities nationwide to participate in a pilot tree bank program and has planted over 6,800 seedlings throughout the community. Newton was also the first city to establish a mandatory curbside recycling program in the state.
With all of its amenities, it is no wonder that Newton was one of 5 cities nationwide in 1993 to receive the U.S. Conference of Mayors Livability Award and remains a city in which its residents are proud to call home.