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Never Too Late Group at the Central Library

Thursdays at 2:00 p.m. in Rabb Lecture Hall

Never Too Late

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 always held year round in the Rabb Lecture Hall 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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Upcoming programs:

Heather HeimarckApril 17
Garden Choreography
Heather Heimarck, Director of Boston Architectural College’s Landscape Institute, gives an illustrated lecture on how movement through a garden can be choreographed to create dramatic effects.

HawkingsApril 24
Songs without Words
Pianist Ronald Hawkins performs eclectic arrangements from classical styles to rich piano interpretations of pop-rock artists in his unique crossover repertoire.

New England Conservatory JazzMay 1
New England Conservatory
Join the Dan Gabel Jazz Trio as they perform music from the Great American Songbook and other jazz favorites.

New England Conservatory QuartetMay 8
New England Conservatory
Enjoy a performance of celebrated works for piano quartet by composers such as Fauré, Schumann, and Mozart.

JackieMay 15
Jackie Kennedy: The First Lady as Superstar
She was destined to become the most famous woman of her time. On the 20th anniversary of her death, author and BPL staff member John DeVito examines how her legend lives on.

HawkingsMay 22
Peace, Love & Misunderstanding (film, 2011, 96 min.)
An uptight Manhattan lawyer heads to Woodstock with her two teens to stay with her estranged hippie mother. Stars Jane Fonda and Catherine Keener.



You can also borrow the DVD

HawkingsMay 29
Amelia Earhart’s Last Lecture
Actress Linda Myer from Historical Entertainments gives a glimpse into Earhart’s life as an aviator in this fascinating one-woman show.

ConversationJune 5
The Conversation (film, 1974, 113 min.)
A surveillance expert has a crisis of conscience when he suspects that a couple he is spying on will be murdered.
Stars Gene Hackman.



You can also borrow the DVD

De-LovelyJune 12
De-Lovely (film, 2004, 125 min.)
An aging Cole Porter looks back on his life and career as if it were one of his spectacular stage shows. Stars Kevin Kline and Ashley Judd.



You can also borrow the DVD

ProducersJune 19
The Producers (film, 1968, 88 min.)
A legendary producer and his mild- mannered accountant face disaster when their play unexpectedly becomes a success. Stars Zero Mostel and Gene Wilder.



You can also borrow the DVD

QuartetJune 26
Quartet (film, 2012, 98 min.)
At a home for retired musicians, the annual concert is disrupted by the arrival of an eternal diva, who is also the ex-wife of one of the residents. Stars Maggie Smith.



You can also borrow the DVD

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