November 13 (7:30 pm): Rufus Porter and His Murals
Sloane Awtrey, Research Intern for Decorative Arts, Arts of the Americas at the Museum of Fine Arts will review the importance of Westwood’s remarkable murals in Rufus Porter’s body of work. She will provide a brief recap of his pursuits during his long lifetime (including self-taught artist, inventor, publisher and adventurer) – with special emphasis on the murals in this area. Her talk will serve as both an introduction to those new to Rufus Porter and a refresher for those who already know and appreciate all that he accomplished.
This program will be held at the Fisher School, 830 High Street, Westwood, is open to the public, handicap accessible and free of charge. Parking is available in front of the Thurston Middle School. Refreshments will be served.
Click here to read more: Rufus Porter Flyer.
November 30 (3:30 to 7 pm) and December 1 (10 am to 3 pm): Westwood Artists Marketplace
We are delighted that the Westwood Artisans Marketplace will be using the Fisher School for their holiday showcase. We encourage you to stop by to see all that these Westwood Artists have to showcase and purchase.
December 9, 2018, 2 pm: Holiday Party and Sing-Along — and Quarter Century Award Presentation
Join us for refreshments and our annual sing-along during the holiday season! Sunny O’Malley will again be playing piano for us — and taking requests.
We will also recognize this year’s Quarter Century Award recipients at this year’s Holiday Party: Nancy and Charlie Donahue.
Please bring your friends, family and children to this wonderful event!