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18th Annual Auction - John M. Barry Boys & Girls Club of Newton
The John M. Barry Boys & Girls Club of Newtons 18th Annual Auction will be on Friday, November 15, 2013, at our Boys and Girls Club, 675 Watertown Street in Newton Mass. The Annual Auction is our largest fundraising event, and we anticipate close to 300 supporters will join us. We are eager to host the event at our Club this year, and truly demonstrate the impact of our programs and services. Guests will bid on exciting items, indulge in flavorful cuisine, meet our promising youth and experience first-hand how Great Futures Start Here! Date: Friday, November 15, 2013 Time: 6:00pm 10:00pm Location: John M. Barry Boys & Girls Club of Newton, 675 Watertown Street, Newton Mass. Ticket Cost: $100 (includes complimentary valet service) Be sure to save-the-date, or better yet, buy your tickets online today at: http://www.newtonbgc.com/2013AnnualAuction.php!

Dates: 11/15/2013
Time: 6PM to 7PM
Visit: www.newtonbgc.com/2013AnnualAuction.php

Annual fundraiser for Newton Boys & Girls Club
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When: Apr 25, 2018 1pm to Apr 26, 2018 11:30AMin Newton, MA
Blind Beer Tastings
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

When: Apr 26, 2018 6pm in Newton, MA
Women's Life Transitions: Balancing or Juggling?
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.

When: Apr 26, 2018 7pm in Newton, MA
2018 CAP Party for a Purpose
Party for a Purpose  featuring Dueling Pianos  Join us for a fun night out and support a great cause!  Friday, April 27, 2018  Newton Crowne Plaza  Doors open at 7pm  This year’s Party for a Purpose will be featuring the Dueling Pianos, a comedy-based music show fusing favorite hits with energetic humor. It's sure to be a festive evening filled with great music, dancing, delicious food, a fun photo booth, the annual wine pull, silent auction and more!  One drink included with each ticket. Cash bar for additional beverages. All proceeds will benefit the Family ACCESS Child Assault Prevention (CAP) Program. With your support, the Family ACCESS CAP Program will continue to effectively teach and empower children to be “Safe, Strong and Free” from emotional, physical and sexual abuse. Thank you for supporting our cause of keeping children in our community safe!  If you are interested in additional sponsorship information, please contact Stephanie Puzzo at spuzzo@familyaccess.org.  Additional Sponsorship Opportunities  Full Table Sponsor ($1,000)  Full table (10 seats dedicated to sponsor), 10 admission tickets, signage at event, inclusion in program book, and more.  Half Table Sponsor ($500)  Half table (5 seats dedicated to sponsor), 5 admission tickets, signage at event, inclusion in program book, and more.  Ad Sponsor  Full page, half page, or quarter page Ad in the program book. 

When: Apr 27, 2018 7pm in Newton, MA
Linda Marks
Join Linda Marks and a team of singers in the 4th annual Cabaret Fundraiser for the Newton Festival of the Arts. The concert is at War Memorial Auditorium at Newton City Hall. Tom LaMark is our pianist. Tickets are available through the Newton Festival of the Arts or at the door.

When: Apr 27, 2018 7:30PM in Newton, MA
Newton Cantonese School
Newton Cantonese School is a non-profit organization founded in 1978, and its goal is to teach the Cantonese dialect, reading, and writing the Chinese language. The program starts from preschool through the 7th grade.  Classes are held every Saturday during the regular school year from September to June.    紐頓中文學校教導粵語會話、閱讀及書寫中文。目的在使學生了解中國文化的特徵及其對在美國社會的貢獻,進而增強身為亞裔美國人的自尊心。使他們覺得生活在這雙文化的社會更有意義。 NUMBER OF LANGUAGE TRACKS We offer 2 tracks, Conversational and Literary Tracks NUMBER OF CULTURAL ENRICHMENT PROGRAMS We offer 6 programs ranging from Kung Fu, Dance to the arts. NUMBER OF FACULTY We have 20 teachers NUMBER OF STUDENTS            150 ranging from 4 years to 15 years old Registration for the Newton Cantonese School 2017-2018 school year is now open and first day of school is September 9, 2017.  We accept students through out the school year.  http://newtoncantoneseschool.org/school/registration/ If you are interested, please come to visit our classrooms and to speak with a member of our staff or email newtoncanthoneseschool@gmail.com to make arrangements.  We offer visits and tours all through out the school year on Saturdays  http://newtoncantoneseschool.org

When: Apr 28, 2018 9:30AM in Newton, MA
Iranian American Medical Association/Iranian American Dental Network Event
Please join us for the next joint IAMA-MA and IADN-MA Social Scientific event Where: Crowne Plaza Hotel in Newton MA When: Saturday, April 28th from 6pm to 10pm. Early bird tickets are available until April 22nd.

When: Apr 28, 2018 6pm in Newton, MA
The Boston Minstrels to Host 27th Annual “Rock the House” Gala
On Saturday, April 28th, The Boston Minstrels, a local volunteer group that has brought more than 1,500 musical performances to people struggling with homelessness around MA, will celebrate its 27th anniversary with their annual “Rock the House” Gala, an evening of food, song and music provided by The Love Dogs at the American Legion Post 440 in Newton, MA. The Minstrels, a 100-member group of volunteer singers and musicians founded by Tim and Jane McHale, perform interactive popular music and play nearly 70 “songfest” gigs a year at local homeless shelters, senior centers, and MCI-Middlesex, inviting participants up onto the stage to lead songs with a dozen Minstrels providing instrumental support and harmony or providing audience members with shakers, drums and tambourines to join in. The motto of the Boston Minstrels is “making music with heart” and their “songfests” allow residents to exhibit their talents and find a sense of peace and joy through music.This year, The Boston Minstrels will serve those residing at seventeen different venues in the Greater Boston area, assisting the homeless, the incarcerated and the frail, providing a therapeutic and engaging atmosphere and a chance to bridge the gap between despair and hope. To purchase tickets to the 27th annual “Rock the House” Gala, or for more information, please visit www.bostonminstrel.org.

When: Apr 28, 2018 6pm to Apr 28, 2018 10pm in Newton, MA
6th Annual Carroll Center Walk for INDEPENDENCE
Join us at the Carroll Center for the Blind's 6th Annual Walk for INDEPENDENCE on Sunday, April 29th, 2018—you won’t want to miss out!From exciting games to great food, this is more than the average awareness walk; it’s an experience. The Walk for INDEPENDENCE is meant to bring the community together to celebrate and support our mission: to provide skills training and education to the blind and visually impaired to achieve independence and to lead a fulfilling life.This year we welcome Shayna Seymour, Chronicle Anchor, as our Emcee and WCVB Channel 5 ABC as our television media sponsor.The day will kick off with a one (1) mile and three (3) mile walk around the scenic neighborhoods of Newton Center. Bring along your guide dog or family pets - all are welcome to enjoy a cookout, great music, accessible activities and games, giveaways, and much more. 6th Annual Walk for INDEPENDENCE Activities Include:- 1 & 3 Mile Walk- Cookout- Balloon Animals- Face Painting- Scavenger Hunt- Giant Jenga- Beep Ball- Silent Auction- Bounce Houseand more!Help us raise funds and bring awareness to the issues facing the local blind and visually impaired community, all while having a good time with family and friends. Did we mention the dogs?This year we are anticipating over 500 people and our fundraising goal is $160,000 - we need your help! Register before April 1st: Adults: $30Children under 16: FREE Register after April 1st:Adults: $40Children under 16: FREETo sign-up, create/join a team, become a volunteer and learn more about the 6th Annual Walk for INDEPENDENCE, please visit:https://www.carroll.org/walk

When: Apr 29, 2018 10am to Apr 29, 2018 2pm in Newton, MA
Cost: Register before April 1st: Adults: $30Children under 16: FREE Register after April 1st:Adults: $40Children under 16: FREE
Eve and Adam: A New Take on a Very Old Story (Newton)

Rising MIT composer Elena Ruehr’s Eve, composed in 2014, takes its familiar text from Genesis, but rather than the traditional retelling, poses an honest question: was gaining knowledge of good and evil such a terrible thing? “In a sense,” the composer writes, “[Eve] is choosing light over darkness, sight over blindness. It’s an astonishing idea.” And, as those of you who heard CC’s performance of Ruehr’s Cassandra know, the powerful score is equally astonishing. Arvo Pärt’s Adam’s Lament is more traditional in interpretation, though in Part’s signature haunting musical style. Pärt has said that the fallen Adam of the work represents “humankind in its entirety and each individual person alike.”

There will also be a performance in Boston on Saturday April 28. Click here for information.

When: Apr 29, 2018 4pm in Newton, MA