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Learn about a proposed health regulation at the Public Listening session

A public health regulation is proposed to restrict sales of electronic cigarettes to adult-only (21+) stores. A public listening session regarding this draft regulation will be held in early October. Learn more here: www.tinyurl.com/NewtonEcigs October 3rd, 7:00 – 9:000 pm City … Continue reading
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Outbreak of Serious Vaping Related Lung Illness

Public health officials are currently investigating a multistate outbreak of severe pulmonary disease associated with e-cigarette and marijuana vaping devices. Newton Health and Human Services strongly urges residents to consider not using any e-cigarette or vaping products until more information … Continue reading
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Newton’s Top Chefs Cook for a Great Cause: Tickets on Sale NOW

Tickets are ON SALE NOW for Newton Food Pantry ‘s Newton’s Community Table (NCT) fundraiser. NCT is a unique event where guests can experience the tastes of some of Newton’s best restaurants and feel good knowing that all proceeds will … Continue reading
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Sign up for the NewtonSTEM newsletter

NewtonSTEM.org publishes a weekly newsletter of announcements about Science/Tech/Engineering/Math relevant to Newton students, parents, teachers, and community volunteers. Sign up for the weekly email here http://newtonstem.org/email-list/, and you can unsubscribe at any time. Now in its ninth year, NewtonSTEM is … Continue reading
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Newton Resource & Transition Fair

Need to start planning for life after high school for your student with special needs, but not sure how? Attend “Take the Next Step: The College & Career Resource & Transition Fair”. Check out exhibitors from colleges, postsecondary training programs, … Continue reading
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Free webinar about navigating insurance for mental health treatments

Families for Depression Awareness is releasing their free “What Families Need to Know About Mental Health and Insurance” webinar  In this webinar, you’ll learn ways to help your loved one navigate insurance and pay for mental health treatment. Family caregivers … Continue reading
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Research Study on Stress, Depression, and the Teen Brain

Researchers at McLean Hospital are recruiting female teens between the ages of 14-18 who are currently feeling depressed or down as well as female teens who are not feeling depressed/down. Your teen can earn up to $100.00 and receive a picture … Continue reading
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Yoga and Meditation for Children

Nurturing the body, mind, and heart in 8 Tuesday sessions. For ages 7-10. This class will offer children a joyful yoga and meditation experience. Children will develop a practice that engages the body through yoga poses, balance, strength, and flexibility. … Continue reading
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Openings for September 2020 preschool

Newton South Preschool, a public preschool program, is currently accepting applications for September of 2020. The preschool is a child development lab school and is part of the Family and Consumer Sciences Department at Newton South High School. In addition … Continue reading
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Free Diversity Children’s Books

For the 7th year, FREE Diversity Children’s Books are being offered through Multicultural Children’s Book Day! If you have a love of diversity in children’s literature and are willing to share on your social media platforms such as Facebook (Pages … Continue reading
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