Newton's amazing Spring Festival of the Arts in coming to an end soon. But if you're looking for some family-friendly fun this weekend- check out these events that still haven't finished and take part in the community fun!
"The Importance of Being Earnest" by Oscar Wilde
Friday, June 3 & Saturday June 4, 7:30pm
$20 Adults, $15 Students & Seniors
Newton Cultural Center at City Hall
Originally produced in 1895 London, this farcical comedy treats triviality of the utmost social importance, and "minor" themes such as marriage, education and morality as inconsequential matters. The results are a comedy of the highest order. Jack and Algy, two ne'er-do-well best friends, live double lives. They are upright citizens in certain social circles, and rascals under the same pseudonym of Ernest everywhere else! When their façade is discovered the fun really begins!
Spring Juried Art Show
Newton Open Studios
Now- June 17, Weekdays 8am to 6pm
Newton City Hall, 2nd Floor Hallway
NOS artists were asked to submit works that represent a new direction. The new direction might be an experiment, a conscious reinvention, or an accidental discovery. For each of these artists, this pivot has created fertile new ground for creativity. Conceived and Juried by Casey Curry, Manager of Exhibitions at the New Art Center
Art Exhibit: "A Sense of Scandinavia"
Now Through June 30
Newton Art Association
Nordic Hall, Scandinavian Cultural Center
Whether you are an established artist or art professional, beginning artist or art collector, the Newton Art Association offers a variety of activities to educate, exhibit, inspire and encourage.
Newton Family Singers invites you to "Sing Out Newton"
Newton Family Singers
Hyde Community Bandstand
3:00 pm -06/05/2016
Join in on Sunday, June 5th for the first outdoor community sing along!
The gathering will be at the Bandstand behind the Hyde Community Center on Lincoln Street in the Newton Highlands.
This event is free and appropriate for all ages! Invitees include wonderful song leaders to lead the community in song: Kate Seeger, Dean Spencer, Kim Wallach and our own Chris Eastburn. Admission is free! Just bring your voice and a lawn chair or blanket to sit on.