Arts and Entertainment

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New Computer Class – May 2 to June 15
There will be new computer classes beginning March 7 to April 13 at the Boys and Girls Club of Stoneham. The class times are:

  • Tuesdays; (10:00 AM to 12:00 PM)
    Introductory Class
  • Thursdays; (10:00 AM to 12:00 PM)
    Advanced Class

The classes are free thanks to the Stoneham Senior Center Friends, Inc. Please sign up at the Senior Center. On Thursdays you can also bring any electronic gadget (phone, laptop, Kindle, iPad etc.) to class so you can troubleshoot any issues you may be be having.

 

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Intermediate Watercolors Class
Mondays – May 1 & 8 – 1:00 to 3:00 PM
This will be a project based class expanding on basic watercolor techniques. For example, masking, glazing, and pouring. Each week will consist of a demonstration, practice, and a project introduced by the instructor. By the end of the six weeks you will have at least two or three completed pieces. All materials will be supplied, class is limited to 12 people, so sign up early. It is important that you attend all the classes. Some experience is required. This class is free as it is supported by MELD.

Realism were just some of the new developments that reflected the history of those times. Join us for a look at how American Art grew from the baby in the back seat to an adolescent growing experimenting, gaining attention and earning respect.


Art Matters: American Art Part III – (1950 – 1990)

Tuesday, May 2nd – 1:00 PM
In the second half of the 20th century, American breaks free of it’s European bonds to defy convention, and then dominate the entire art world. There was an explosion of creativity on this side of the ocean. American Art grows up and demonstrates it’s own unique personality; innovative; and sometimes controversial. But whether you swear by it, or at it, it is always fun.

Join us for a look at how art in American evolved in the modern era, from Pop Art to Grandma Moses, how it took the seat of power with all its new directions, energy and nerve. You can’t “like” it all, but you may go home with more than you thought. Where in the world do you think it is going next?


Cinco de Mayo Party

Friday, May 5th – 12:30 PM – Cost $7.00
Let’s party with the Carrtunes Trio music of the 20’s, 30’s, 40’sand 50’s. The North Shore’s most popular and entertaining jazz band. Lunch will be included. Please sign up at the front desk for this event.

 

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High Tea
Friday, May 12th – 2:00 to 4:00 PM
High Tea is here once again. Come to the Center to celebrate the spring season as well as Mother’s Day. Live Care Center of Stoneham will be sponsoring this event.


Stoneham Commuinity Chorale Performance

Sunday, June 11 – 3:30 PM

To conclude the spring 2017 season, come see a performance of the Stoneham Community Chorale and enjoy some refreshments. This performance is sponsored by MELD.


History of Stoneham Virtual Tour

Monday, May 22 – 10:30 AM
If you are not able to make the walking tour of Stoneham on Sunday6, May 21, delve into Stoneham’s colonial, industrial and civic past in this walking tour of the downtown area and view prime examples of our architectural heritage. Also learn how and why this area replaced Stoneham’s original town center further east, about our missed chance to be an automobile manufacturing power house, and about the shoe industry that fueled the town’s growth in the 19th century.

 

Image result for clipart barn silhouetteBargain Barn “Giant Yard Sale”
Thursdays 10 AM to 2:00 PM
Stoneham Senior Center  
Due to unforseen circumstances, the Bargain Barn will no be opening in April. Watch for a sign on the front lawn for a mid May opening date.

We are grateful for clean, gently used goods: costume jewelry, watches, antiques, lamps, picture frames, artwork, posters, dishes, cups, stemware, kitchen gadgets, pots, pans, utensils, linens, flatware, handbags, unopened puzzles, kick-knacks, craft supplies, books, DVD movies, music CD’s, small furniture, hand tools (not power), mirrors, and small gardening tools in good condition. The Bargain Barn in sponsored by the Senior Center Friends, Inc.

 

BARGAIN BARN VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
Some for heavy lifting, others for stocking shelves and tables. Variety of shifts available. Contact Mary Zatta on Tuesdays, Wednesdays
or Thursdays at (781) 438-1157


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“Nanny 4” Movie and Pizza

Enjoy a movie and pizza at the Senior Center every Thursday at 12:30 pm.  Thanks to ANDREA’S HOUSE OF PIZZA at 498 Main Street (781) 438-4274 for their weekly donation of “Extra Ordinary” pizza.  $1.00 donation requested.

Movie Schedule

May 4 – Dear Eleanor (Comedy)
Liana Liberato, Isabelle Fuhrman
Two teenage girls on a cross-country road trip to meet former First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt.

May 11 – E.T. (Action & Adventure)
Dee Wallace, Henry Thomas
20th Anniversary re-release of 10 year old Elliot and his alien friend.

May 18 – Gambit (Comedy)
Colin Firth, Cameron Diaz
Is the missing Monet painting real or fake?

May 25 – Big Business (Comedy)
Bette Midler, Lily Tomlin
Two sets of identical twins are mismatched at birth.


Social Gatherings

Men’s Breakfast – May 10 and 24
Join us twice a month for a hot, delicious breakfast and great conversation on Wednesday, April 5 and 19 at 8:00 AM.

Red Hat Society – May 17
The Red Hat Society is back! The club meets the 3rd Wednesday of each month at 1:00 PM to plan member activities. This months meeting will be held on Wednesday, May 17 at 1:00 PM. For more information call Natalie Baldini at (781) 279-1810.