Ticket Giveaway for The Newton Kitchen Tour – Food, Fun and Shut the Front Door!

 

 

Newton Kitchen Tour Sunday, April 13th

You have heard of the fabulous Newton Kitchen Tour?

My mom friend and fellow blogger, Sharon Gavini Reilly, has given me two tickets to give away!

Comment below and my fancy plug-in And The Winner Is… will choose a winner.

Tickets are available online at Eventbrite or at locally at Whole Foods. Tickets are $25 in advance and $35 the day of the tour.

More Newton Happenings in April – The Newton Kitchen Tour – Food, Fun and Shut the Front Door!

The Newton Kitchen Tour is a citywide tour encompassing many of the villages of Newton (think Newton Historic Homes Tour, minus everyone tramping through the entire house).  It’s a self-guided tour through ten amazing kitchens and there will be food. Yes, food. Some of my favorite local restaurants are participating  – I’d tell you because I’m into sharing and all that but I can’t – it’s a surprise! And architects (yes, geek out and ask all the questions you’d like) will be on site to answer questions. So if you are considering a kitchen renovation or just wildly curious to see some fantastic kitchens and get a bite to eat, grab a friend and a ticket and take the tour!
Creative, fun and sweet Sharon Gavini Reilly is the driving force behind this fun day and her enthusiasm is infectious – she even convinced me to be in this video (something I never do) And, yes, it’s true – I shut the door on this charming child. I’m not the only one. Truth be told, I did not want to shut the door (it was in the script and I had to) and I did have consolation cookies on hand. But still.
Proceeds benefit the rebuilding of the Burr School Playground, so it’s for the children!

Tickets are available online at Eventbrite or at locally at Whole Foods. Tickets are $25 in advance and $35 the day of the tour.

Newton in April : Newton Open Studios and Preview Reception at Newton Free Library

Marian Dioguardi Bold Oil Paintings: Color- Light-Life
Marian Dioguardi Bold Oil Paintings: Color- Light-Life

Newton Open Studios

With 175 artists, Newton Open Studios is one of the largest and longest running open studio events in the region. Join the fun – Browse, explore, discover. Buy art and beautifully crafted objects directly from local artists. There are 45 pop-up exhibit/sales locations all across Newton.  The event is free, all the locations have plenty of free parking, and many have handicap access. Look for the red balloons that mark the locations.

Event takes place April 5-6, Saturday & Sunday 11am to 5pm

Meryl Kessler Ceramics
Meryl Kessler – Functional Ceramics

 

  Patricia Geller  Monoprints, Etchings, Jewelry, Cards
Patricia Geller

 

You’re Invited:
Preview Reception, Wednesday April 2  
At the Newton Free Library, 7-8:30pm

Dozens of artists will show work, and dessert will be served courtesy of Whole Foods! Meet artists, pick up a Map & Guide, and see a sampling of work that will be on view during the NOS weekend.  7-8:30pm, 330 Homer Street, Newton Center.

 

Lauren Teller – Trope Pillows

 

Sharon Schindler Photography
Sharon Schindler Photography

Download a Map & Guide for Newton Open Studios from the website or pick one up at the Newton Free Library. Use the feature-packed website to search for art in 20 categories.

One of my favorite coffee/tea/lunch places (L’Aroma Cafe) is one of the locations. Try the mocha (melted chocolate – no syrup) or one of their wonderful teas. Great selection of baked goods, too (including an entire shelf of gluten-free options).

 

Newton Open Studios is an affiliate of

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This project is supported in part by a grant from the Massachusetts Cultural Council as administered by the Newton Cultural Council.
Please support our sponsors and partners:

Rockland Trust

Cambridge Savings Bank

Belmont Savings Bank

Carvalho & Roth Orthodontics

Whole Foods

First Commons Bank

Instant Sign Center

Centre Realty Group

cultural resource development
Newton’s public, educational and governmental access TV studio
Art exhibits, classes, and public programs
Congrats to Winter Juried Show Artists!9 artists have been chosen for the exhibit by our juror, Kathleen Smith, exhibitions director at the New Art Center:
Jean Aserkoff
Nina Bellucci
Dan Borden
Sara Dickman
Zeina Kahhale
Natasha Raevich
Ann Salk Rosenberg
Leann Shamash
Irwin Thompson
The 2014 Winter Juried Show, on the theme of Primary Colors, will be at NewTV Gallery, from February 11 to April 3.

The Newton Partnership and the Boston Area Rape Crisis Center free program/series

 The Boston Area Rape Crisis Center (BARCC) is doing a free program/series in partnership with The Newton Partnership for parents about how to keep your child safe and healthy.
 Want to talk about how to keep your child healthy and safe in your community?

Starting Young Parent Workshops. Parents of children 0 though 8 will discuss how to promote healthy behaviors; recognize warning signs that an adult might harm a child; and talk with adults and children about sexual abuse prevention.

This 4 workshop series is from 6-8 pm. Parents encouraged to attend all sessions.

  • March 6 —How do I talk to my child about boundaries?
  • March 13 —When should I step in?
  • March 20 —What is a safe adult?
  • March 26—How do I talk to my child about healthy sexuality?

 Young Parent Workshops. Parents of children 0 though 8 will discuss how to promote healthy behaviors; recognize warning signs that an adult might harm a child; and talk with adults and children about sexual abuse prevention.

WHERE? Waban Public Library Center

The Waban Library CenterWelcome to the WLC
A Community Library

1608 Beacon Street
Waban, MA 02468
(617) 244-0700
wabanlibrary@gmail.com

keeping kids safe in your community
Note – There is still one session left!

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