April is National Poetry Month and Weymouth Center celebrates with Writer-In-Residence, John Amen, reading from his celebrated collections. The author of five collections of poetry, his poems have been translated into Spanish, French, Hungarian, Korean and Hebrew. In addition to
Weymouth Center is proud to present the Larkin Duo Plus One as part of its 2018 Chamber Music Concert Series. Classical music fans have the special opportunity to experience Bonnie Thron, North Carolina Symphony cello principal, playing at Weymouth Center
On the morning of April 14, there will be a lot of activity at Weymouth Center as gardeners throughout the region know to be ready before the gates open for the annual Dirt Gardener’s Plant and White Elephant Sale! The
The second lecture in Banned Books In America – The Politics of Sex, Misogyny and Religion series examines what key elements push literary classics by authors ranging from Mark Twain to Toni Morrison off the shelves of public school libraries.
Weymouth Center for the Arts & Humanities is pleased to announce the 2018 Young Musicians Festival (YMF), on Saturday and Sunday, February 17 & 18! Auditions will be held throughout the day on the 17th. The finalists performance will be
Our Chamber Music Concert Series is now in its 38th season! CLICK HERE to see the 2017/2018 schedule.