Date Night…Newton

Newton Open Studios Art Show


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Thirty-five of the area’s best artists will be showcasing their work at Newton Open Studios’ first ever juried show this weekend. The exhibition will be open November 22nd and 23rd from 11 am to 5 pm at the Newton Cultural Center (225 Nevada Street).

– Ben Terris/Boston Globe

Enjoy this great opportunity to view the artistic renderings of local artisans this weekend by cruising on over to the Newton Cultural Center.

The artists all hail from Newton and over 35 individuals work will be showcased during this juried event!  Also on display will be local crafts.  Jewelery, sculpture, and landscapes available for your viewing pleasure.

And the cost of the event???  ……Free!

Just in time for the relatives who’ve started arriving!

Artist List:


Directions:

To the Newton Cultural Center, 225 Nevada St. – from Newton City Hall:
1. Head North on Walnut Street for 1.3 miles.
2. Turn right at 3rd stoplight, onto Watertown Street.
3. Take 3rd left onto Nevada Street. The Cultural Center is 3rd block up on your left
(large bridk building)
Newton Cultural Center: Map

To NewTV, 23 Needham St. (entrance on Easy Street) – from Newton City Hall:
1. Head South on Walnut street, for 1.1 miles.
2. Turn right on Center Street, and pass under Rt 9 (Center St. becomes Winchester St.)
3. Make slight right at stoplight, onto Needham Street. National Lumber is on your right,
Easy Street is next to the National Lumber entrance.
4. Turn Right, onto Easy Street. NewTV is at the top of the hill, on your left.
NewTV: Map

And then head on over to 51 Lincoln St in Newton Highlands for a dinner that will appeal to all foodies.  This neighborhood gem is under the helm of Chef Jeff Fournier and offers contemporary American cuisine in a bistro setting.

51 Lincoln

The service is very attentive and the ambiance is cool cafe chic.

The watermelon steak is particularly scrumptious!  You have to try it to believe it!

A fun wine list reasonably priced is available.

And best of all, you don’t have to drive all the way to Boston for gourmet fare.

Reservations can be made on OpenTable for your convenience.

JOHN PRESCOTT

BostonKayakGuy

Top Real Estate Agent for more than 14 years, serving the real estate needs of  Wellesley, South Natick, Weston, Needham, Wayland, Newton, Framingham and other MetWest communities.  www.johnprescott.net

JOHN PRESCOTT

Vice President

Century 21 Commonwealth

508-523-9252

BostonKayakGuy…The MetWest Scene



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