NewBridge on the Charles Orchard Cove offers a dynamic mix of cultural activities, art workshops and presentations, health and wellness programs, classes, and much more. We believe having the opportunity to participate in a variety of interesting and pertinent activities is a vital link to staying healthy and living well.

All events are free and open to the public, and take place at NewBridge on the Charles, 5000 Great Meadow Road, Dedham.

Call us at 781-234-9116 to reserve your spot. All events take place at NewBridge on the Charles, 5000 Great Meadow Road, Dedham.

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August Events

Lee Hoiby's Comic Mini-Opera "Bon Appetit!" featuring Mezzo Soprano Vanessa Schukis
Saturday, August 5th, 7:30pm
Great Meadow Hall

Join us for a comic culinary opera extravaganza that taps the wit and antics of one of America's best loved television personalities, Julia Child. In a tour-de-force performance, Vanessa Schukis as Julia Child takes us through the making of her recipe for Gateau au Chocolate L' Eminence Brune! Attendees will enjoy this rich confection of chocolate and Julia Child, garnished by a decadent dessert reception including champagne, long-stemmed chocolate-dipped strawberries and more.

The Race Underground A Talk by Susan Bellows
Tuesday, August 8th, 2:00pm-4:00pm
Great Meadow Hall

In the late 19th century, as America's teeming cities grew increasingly congested, the time had come to replace the nostalgic horse-drawn trolleys with a faster, cleaner, safer, and more efficient form of transportation. Ultimately, it was Boston-a city of so many firsts-that overcame a litany of engineering challenges, the greed-driven interests of businessmen, and the great fears of its citizenry to construct America's first subway. Based in part on Doug Most's acclaimed book of the same name, The Race Underground tells the dramatic story of an invention that changed the lives of millions.

Political Correctness and How It's Harmed Us Talk by Raheel Raza
Thursday, August 17th, 7:30pm
Great Meadow Hall

Featured in the documentary film Honor Diaries, Raheel Raza is an award-winning journalist and activist for human rights, gender equality and dignity in diversity. She is the president of the Council for Muslims Facing Tomorrow, the author of Their Jihad - Not My Jihad, and a Distinguished Senior Fellow with The Gatestone Institute. Raza has addressed audiences at universities around the world, including Harvard, Columbia, Oxford, and Cambridge. She has also been invited to speak before the Parliaments of Sweden, UK, Israel, and to Capitol Hill in Washington D.C.