The story of the Nobility Hill Neighborhood is all about some of Stoneham’s most spirited people and their wonderful homes. Built up between the 1860’s and 1920’s, this compact enclave embraces Maple and Chestnut Streets plus Cedar Avenue. Not only the elite, but also their middle class contemporaries enjoyed the close proximity to the Central Square factories as well as the ease of commuting to Boston by train. More importantly, Nobility Hill was the place they called home.
This event is free and open to the public.
Women In World Jazz brings together women of different nationalities with extensive experience in performance and education. The music is easy to relate to, diverse ,and engaging . All members of the group are accomplished musicians playing a variety of music ranging from Jazz to world/ethnic. Our international roster directly influence the choice of repertoire. The music we’re featuring is from USA, Cuba, Brazil, Cape Verde, Japan, and the Middle East. The program has an educational component which allows for audience participation adults/ all ages (playing and singing).
This program is sponsored by the Stoneham Cultural Council and is free and open to the public.
Organic Gardening For Everyone with Naturalist and Landscaper John Root
7:00 PM on Thursday, May 2
Learn natural and effective techniques for the cultivation of a variety of vegetables, fruits, herbs and flowers. Free admission; perennials for edible landscaping and attracting birds, butterflies, bees, and other beneficials will be offered for sale. Sponsored by the Stoneham Cultural Council.
Christopher Castellani is the author of The Saint of Lost Things and A Kiss from Maddalena. His latest book features the love story between Tennessee Williams and Frank Merlo. Please join us for this exciting event which is free and open to the public.
Please join us for this wonderful fundraiser for the Friends of the Library. Tickets are $10.00 and include pizza and refreshments.
Roland Merullo is the award-winning author of twenty books of fiction and non-fiction. These range from suspense novels (Fidel’s Last Days, A Russian Requiem, Revere Beach Boulevard, The Return) to love stories (A Little Love Story, The Talk-Funny Girl, Leaving Losapas) to golf and travel books (Golfing with God, Passion for Golf, The Italian Summer, Taking the Kids to Italy) to humorous spiritual road trips (Breakfast with Buddha, Lunch with Buddha, Dinner with Buddha, Golfing with God, American Savior.) His work has been translated across the globe, from China to Brazil, from Korea to Croatia and has sold hundreds of thousands of copies to date.