Monthly Archives: January 2018 -- Click on any title to read the full post.

Registration at The Conservatory at Highlands now open!

Happy New Year Everyone! The Conservatory at Highlands had an amazing 2017 filled with open mic nights, performances in the community, rock bands, recitals, recording sessions and more! Get on track with that instrument you’ve always wanted to learn…with the kindest, … Continue reading
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Newton Girls Softball registration information

Register soon (by January 31st to save $15.00) for Newton Girls Softball, a recreational league for Newton girls in grades K-7. For information and to register, visit www.newtongirlssoftball.org. NGS welcomes players of all skill levels and will provide your daughter … Continue reading
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Newton Theatre Company presents “Ethan Frome”

Directed by Melissa Bernstein, Edith Wharton’s  “Ethan Frome” gets a reboot in this tender, fluid production that finally gives these well-known characters a chance to speak their minds. Ethan’s struggle between his obligation to his wife, Zeena, and his love … Continue reading
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Watertown Children’s Theatre presents

“Dracula” – Tickets on Sale NOW! Purchase Online! Performances February 2nd and 3rd, 7:00 pm and February 4th, 1:00 pm “Arsenic and Old Lace” – Tickets on Sale NOW! Purchase Online! Performances February 9th and 10th, 7:00 pm and February 11th, 1:00 pm Dorothy and … Continue reading
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Positive and fun tutoring available

Former Wellesley Public Schools teacher who is currently working at Winchester Public Schools and MassBay Community College, Haralie Alpert, tutors K-5th grade in reading, writing and math and also works with middle school, high school and college age students in … Continue reading
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Mason-Rice Online Auction

The Mason-Rice Elementary School PTO’s annual online auction is now open for bidding! The auction will run through January 30th, with proceeds going to the Mason-Rice PTO in order to support the over 500 students at Newton’s largest elementary school. … Continue reading
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Newton CPC January 23rd public hearings

The Newton CPC’s January 23rd agenda includes public hearings and possible CPC funding votes on two new proposals: Jackson Road/Haywood House new senior housing, $2,500,000 requested; and Crescent Street (affordable housing and community playground/park), $2,575,000 requested. The final agenda, packet, … Continue reading
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14th annual Teen Summer Expo

Meet with more than 80 directors of enriching summer programs for middle and high school students. Both day and overnight, with local, national and international options. Programs for every budget and interest. Attendance is free. Registration requested. Save time at … Continue reading
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Legal Planning for Children with Special Needs

Are you searching for solutions to ensure the comfort and safety of children and adult children who have special needs? This workshop will cover the fundamentals of establishing a special needs trust, guardianship/conservatorship, and a financial plan that can safeguard … Continue reading
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Author reading

Karen Day, Newton author, has a new book out! It’s her first adult novel and she’s doing a book launch at Newtonville Books. All are welcome. For more information, please visit http://ilovenewton.com/karen-day-adult-book-launch-event-newtonville-books/ February 8th,  7:00 pm 10 Langley Rd, Newton Continue reading