The Never Too Late Group is one of the country’s oldest, continuously running groups for seniors. For over 60 years,
it has provided a setting for seniors to gather together and enjoy with their friends a wide variety of unique programs that are entertaining and culturally enriching.
Programs are held year-round in the Commonwealth Salon on Thursdays at 2:00 pm. A typical month consists of classic and contemporary films, live musical performances, and author or lecture talks about various topics, especially on Boston or Massachusetts history.
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A Tribute to the Greatest Generation
Featuring the Big Band Era and the American standards, Jim Porcella performs tunes by Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, Louis Armstrong, and others.
Something Wicked This Way Comes (film, 1983, 96 min.)
Terrifying things begin to happen when two boys encounter the evil Mr. Dark and his Pandemonium Carnival. Stars Jonathan Pryce.
You can also borrow the DVD
The Undiscovered Divas
Lisa Yves, Lynda Bussgang, and Marni Levitt present an entertaining repertoire of Broadway tunes and pop songs.
This Boston-based period instrument string quartet performs early 18th century pieces featuring the works of Telemann, Fasch, and Richter.
The Theater of the 1930s, 1940s & 1950s
Actor Stephen Collins performs monologues from playwrights such as William Saroyan, Tennessee Williams, N. Richard Nash, and others in this dramatic one-man show.
Rhythm & Soul
On keyboard and trumpet, composer Beatrice Greene – with folkloric percussionist Brandon Guillermo – presents classical and jazz music mixed with spirituals and Latin rhythms to honor life and social justice themes.
Jacqueline & Michele Arons
This mother-daughter duo performs a piano and vocal concert of classical, multicultural, and American music with commentary.
A Holiday Concert
In celebration of the season, join the New England Conservatory for a special concert full of holiday favorites.
Entertainers Bob DiCicco and Maureen Pilot celebrate the holidays by sprinkling traditional favorites with the Great American Songbook.
On vibraphone and snare drum, Scott O’Toole presents a unique, rarely-heard recital of contemporary solo percussion music featuring compositions by Bach, Glentworth, Bobo, Zivkovic and others.
Download a printable (PDF) October/November/December schedule.
Check our calendar for other events for seniors throughout the Boston Public Library system.
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