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“The Best Night At North” to help bring Science equipment to underprivileged students

North student Julia Davis is organizing a fundraiser called “The Best Night At North” to help bring Science equipment to underprivileged students in Boston. The evening will include the artistic musical and dance talents of students who have volunteered their time … Continue reading
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What’s Happening at the Y

National Police Week May 12th – 18th In honor of National Police Week,  all area police officers are invited to try the Y for free during the week. Sign a waiver at the Welcome Center and show your badge or other … Continue reading
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Research study oppportunity for students

Scientists at the Neuroendocrine Unit at Massachusetts General Hospital are seeking particpants for the CARE Study. The CARE Study investigates the relationship between ARFID (Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder) and hormones and regions of the brain. ARFID is characterized by … Continue reading
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Einstein’s Workshop Summer Camp Open House

Summer Camp Open House with FREE STEM activities and refreshments! Come to check out the summer camp space and the camp opportunities. View the flyer here: Stem camps May 25th, 9:30 am – 3:00 pm Lasell College Continue reading

Summer Art Programs at the New Art Center

Tremendous Trees – June 24th – 28th – Grades 1 – 6 $440 The colors, patterns and shapes of trees will serve as our inspiration this week. Are you sitting under a palm tree, looking up towards the top of a giant … Continue reading
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Teacher Appreciation Week May 6th – 10th

This week is Teacher Appreciation week. For all of the information, see
http://newtonptocouncil.org/2019/04/28/teacher-appreciation-week-may-6-10/
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Final Open Houses for Highlands After School Program

The Newton Highlands After-School Program, just for middle school children, has only a few slots open for the fall. They’re hosting 3 last open houses which are a terrific opportunity for parents of 5th graders to learn more about the … Continue reading
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Newton Community Preservation Committee meeting – May 14th

The Community Preservation Program website now includes the pre-meeting packet for the CPC meeting and a link to a new, 8-question community survey. The May 14th agenda includes a final report on the Farlow Park Pond & Bridge project in Newton … Continue reading
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10th Annual SEPAC Special Educator Awards!

The SEPAC Special Educator Awards are presented to Newton faculty and staff members who have done exceptional work with students receiving special education services. Parents, guardians and students may nominate any NPS staff member who they believe has gone above … Continue reading
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Newton PorchFest 2019 – June 1st

Come enjoy PorchFest! Newton PorchFest is an afternoon of free music performances on porches, front lawns and driveways around the city on Saturday, June 1st. PorchFest 2019 will include the villages of Auburndale, Lower Falls and Waban where over 100 … Continue reading
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