Welcome Fall!
This summer I have had a spectacular vantage point on what is possible here. I have watched staff and campers adopt new safety measures as they pushed the barriers of fun. I have watched friends come together online and distanced in the back yard to resurrect their joint activities. I have watched as many of you come to our rescue to support us as we dig out from the effects of the pandemic.

This month all of our schools in music, dance, theater, and the visual arts are back in business, as well as our monthly performance series that brings back the cancelled March offering just at the right time to remember why we all need to get out and vote!

When we talk about supporting the arts, what we really mean is:
  • Take a class!
  • Buy a ticket to a performance!

We hope you join us this month, and look forward to welcoming everyone back to our community.
Munroe Saturday Nights
"We Did It For You"
MSN brings back the cancelled March musical that tells of the struggles and triumphs women have undergone to get their basic rights in America.

Join us for this online for this show in the comfort of your own home.


Fall Semester Classes
We provide education, but we also provide fun, and creativity, and socialization. See what's on offer for both online & in-person classes this fall:

What's New
We have made changes both to our classes, as well as to our building.
  • Smaller classes
  • 123 large, renovated, open windows
  • Outdoor classes
  • One-way exterior doors
  • Masks required
  • Touch-free log in (for individuals not in classes)
  • Enhanced disinfecting
  • New carpeting, paint, and an accessible entrance on the ground floor
You can read more about our new protocols on our website.
Community Activities
This month our partnerships are helping to bring art to Lexington!
MCA Artists
Check out the May/June issue of New England Home Magazine to catch an interview with MCA Studio Artist, Jeanine Sobell Pastore.
Thank you
If you ever wanted to make an impact, now is the time.

Thank you to all our 2020 donors, and to anyone who is able to donate at this time. Munroe’s future has never felt so unpredictable, and the Center, never more vulnerable. 

Photo: Mad Scientists Camp Week,
and the ceramics volcano!