Thursday, September 15, 5:00 to 7:00 pm at the Brookline Senior Center. The theme of the meeting is "Housing for Seniors: Trends, Resources, and Opportunities" and the keynote speaker will be Len Fishman, Director of the Gerontology Institute at UMass Boston. With refreshments, information tables, and ample opportunity to socialize, this event is always an enjoyable end to the summer and beginning of the fall season. Press release
Sunday, October 29, Zamir Chorale Concert - Special Offer for Brookline Seniors
4:00 pm at Temple Ohabei Shalom. Eastern melodies, American jazz and tunes from the Yiddish musical theater. Refreshments after the concert. Tickets are normally $30/$36 for members/non-members, but if people order them through the Senior Center (617-730-2770) tickets will be discounted to $10.00. The Temple is at 1187 Beacon Street, Brookline (Kent Street T Stop).
Saturday, Novenber 4, Conversation with Ron Hoffman
Talk & Discussion 10:30-11:30 a.m., Reception at 12:00 p.m.
Goddard House Assisted Living, 165 Chestnut Street, Brookline
Join us for a talk an discussion with Ron Hoffman, founder and director of Compassionate Care ALS in West Falmouth, MA. Ron is the author of Sacred Bullet, a memoir about the art of living through catastrophic circumstances.
or call her at 617-731-8500-x130.
Thursday, November 9, Transportation in the Arts
Join Meghan Melvin, Jean S. and Frederic A. Sharf Curator of Design at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, to explore the MFA's rapidly expanding collection of transportation design drawings, and to learn more about the 19th-century origins of the Museum's current design initiative!
Larz Anderson Auto Museum
15 Newton Street
Brookline, MA 02445
Doors open at 6:30pm, Presentation at 7:00pm.
$20 for non-members $15 for Larz Anderson members $5 with valid student I.D.
For more information about our Community History Series click here.
Wednesday, November 15, Health Care Sound Off
What do you want from your health care? Does the current system address your needs? What aspects of health care could be changed to improve your experience? If you have stories, concerns, opinions to share, or if you want to listen to others’ experiences with health care, join us on Wednesday, November 15 at 1 pm at the Brookline Senior Center for a timely discussion about your healthcare at the Health Care Sound-Off! There is no charge for the program and refreshments will be served.
This event is organized by a local chapter of the Right Care Alliance, a grassroots movement that brings together health professionals and patient advocates to organize for a health care system that is affordable, accessible, equitable. We believe that health care is a right and that coverage should be universal: everybody in, nobody out. For over a year, we have been touring around the Greater Boston Area to hear stories from people like you about their health care concerns and needs. For more information, visit our website: http://rightcarealliance.org/. To register or for more information please call Deidre Waxman at 617-730-2767 or
Monday, December 4, An Evening with Stephen Kinzer
Hunneman Hall, Brookline Village Library,
361 Washington Street
In his new book, The True Flag, award-winning foreign correspondent Stephen Kinzer will take us back to Mark Twain and Theodore Roosevelt's time to show us how the power of the press and "fake news" shaped our past as it does the present.
Tuesday, December 5, Lecture and Book Signing
John Ratey, MD, author of Spark and Go Wild, applies the principles of his writing and pioneering research to health aging in this evening preentation.
6-7:30, Reception: 6-6:30, Program with Discussion: 6:30 - 7:30
Brookline Senior Center, 93 Winchester Street
Free of charge, Please call 617-730-2770 to register
December 7 — 23, Pottery Show and Sale
The show begins on Thursday, December 7 and continues daily through Saturday, December 23. The Feet of Clay Studio is at 21 Station Street in Brookline. The attached announcement includes the times when the studio is open. Thirty-five local potters will be displaying their work at the show.
at Brookline Public Library. Wednesdays at Putterham and Thursdays at Coolidge Corner.