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.
Never Too Late programs are sponsored by the Saquish Foundation.
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Sandsablaze: Grand Prix Greatness from Harrisburg to the Olympics
Author Kimberly Gatto pays tribute to the amazing partnership between rider Buddy Brown and one of the greatest American thoroughbreds of the past century.
Beatleness: How the Beatles and Their
Fans Remade the World
Through in-depth interviews with first-
generation fans, author Candy Leonard
offers new insights into the entire
Let’s Swing into Spring
The Nancy Carr Quartet gives an entertaining performance with commentary
in this tribute to the season of spring.
The Graduate (film, 1967, 106 min.)
A recent college graduate has an affair
with his neighbor’s wife, then falls for
her daughter. Stars Dustin Hoffman
and Anne Bancroft.
Boston Conservatory Cabaret
This ensemble of musical theatre students
performs a collection of musical theatre
and popular tunes.
Boston’s Cycling Craze, 1880-1900: A
Story of Race, Sport, and Society
Author Lorenz Finison explores how
cyclists of all backgrounds made Boston
the hub of 19th-century bicycling.
New England Conservatory
Join the Alfaia Quartet for a performance
that fuses the sounds and musical traditions
of South America and the Middle East.
First Ladies on Film: From Martha Washington to Michelle Obama
In an illustrated talk, author and BPL staff
member John De Vito counts down the top
ten most popular first ladies of America on
TV, movie, and computer screens.
The Big Band Era
Join historian John Horrigan as he details
the lives and music of Benny Goodman, Artie
Shaw, Tommy Dorsey, and others in this tribute to a time gone by.
New England Conservatory
Two guitarists and a violinist present a collection of music from the Renaissance era.
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