Round and square dancing lessons and dances on Wednesday nights and weekends.Contact
The Highland Glee Club has been performing choral music for men since 1908. Its members include singers from all walks of life and many communities in Boston's suburbs. The club performs a varied selection of classical music, show tunes, folk songs, ballads and spirituals from its extensive library of more than 1000 pieces written for mens' chorus.
Shows two Saturdays a month, September thru May, featuring top nationally touring folk & acoustic musicians.Contact
Longwood Opera prepares trained emerging singers for the next stage in their operatic careers by providing them with the opportunity to practice their art and to polish their performing skills in major roles before a live audience.
It also fosters appreciation for opera among individuals from all walks of life in the Greater Boston communities by offering high-quality, accessible and affordable operatic experiences.Contact
The Art Association encourages the visual arts and art education in our community through support and enrichment.
Membership is open to practicing artists and all lovers of art.
Each spring we award a scholarship to a deserving student of Needham High School who intends to pursue art at college.
Monthly meetings are held from October to May. Members' work is exhibited at several annual shows, and in individual rotating exhibits at various Needham businesses.
Featuring top quality entertainment for more than 50 years, Needham Community Theatre (NCT) is a non-profit organization with a membership of your friends and neighbors from Needham and surrounding communities. We welcome everyone with an interest in music, theatre, and community service to join us onstage, backstage or in the audience. Theatre experience is not required. We traditionally do two shows per year - a musical in the fall and a drama or comedy in the spring.Contact
The Needham Concert Society was founded twenty-seven years ago by William Gibson, a talented and generous Needham resident and Boston Symphony Orchestra member. He strove to present excellent live performances to Needham audiences. NCS presents talented ensembles and soloists from the Boston area, including members of the Boston Symphony Orchestra.Contact
The Needham Creative Arts Council is comprised of representatives from the PTC creative arts, cultural arts, and curriculum enhancement committees of the Needham Public and St. Joe’s Schools in Needham.
The goal of the committee is to create shared creative arts experiences for large groups of students or for the entire school population, as well as creative arts evening events, serving the entire Needham community.Contact
The Needham Historical Society is an educational resource to the citizens of Needham. The mission of the Needham Historical Society is to understand the value and the unique history of the Town of Needham, so that we can enhance the present and future of the culture, and the knowledge and civic pride of its citizens.
Since 1915, the Needham Historical Society has celebrated the history of Needham and the accomplishments of its residents. Through exhibits, programs, publications and outreach to the schools and community groups, the Needham Historical Society is committed to preserving and sharing this unique legacy.Contact
This annual non-juried event is open to all artists and craftspeople living and/or working in Needham, Massachusetts. Many local artists participate at many different locations in the town.m Contact
The Needham Public Schools Fine and Performing Arts Department is a K-12 department comprised of over 30 teachers. Our goal is to encourage students to express themselves through Music, Visual Arts, Theater, or Graphic Design.Contact
The focus of Plugged In is to give young people a venue through which they can channel their creativity, learn to work in a group, and improve their music skills while learning about the value and importance of social activism. In addition to the Plugged In concerts at the end of each band session, you see Plugged In performing at Needham Business Association functions, the Needham Fourth of July Parade, the Pollard Middle School, and many other local events.Contact
Since 1983, the members of Quinobequin Quilters have gathered to discuss, construct, admire, and learn about quilts, quilting, and all manner of techniques used in their creation. The Guild meets monthly, September through May, for programs that inspire fabric lovers and fiber artists of all skill levels. We share an appreciation for traditional to contemporary designs and construction methods. Meetings feature guest speakers from across New England and further afield, activities that support our efforts to provide community service, and the chance to learn from one another and share the results of our work. Our meetings are open to anyone who shares our love of quilting or who simply wants to learn more about it.Contact
Established in June 1999, the NCRTF was created to help provide a centralized channel for private funding of town beatification projects. A seven member town committee oversees the town trust. The town committee, established under the office of the Board of Selectmen, defines, researches, and solicits funding for town beautification projects that meet the committee's criteria and town approval. Ten percent of every donation is allocated to the fund's separate Long-Term Maintenance fund to help insure the legacy of each gift to the town.Contact