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Discussion about development at Riverside

The Lower Falls Improvement Association is presenting “RightSize Riverside”, their perspective of this potential development project. For information visit the website https://newtonlowerfalls.org/event-3365286 April 23rd, 7:00 – 9:00  pm Druker Auditorium of the Newton Free Library, 330 Homer Street Continue reading

Food Recovery in Schools: Why is it important?

Join Green Newton for the Earth Day presentation ‘Food Recovery: Why is it important?’ Americans waste as much as 40% of the food produced each day – enough to fill the Rose Bowl Stadium. Yet, one in seven Americans are … Continue reading
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A Survival Guide to Parenting Teens – talking to your kids about things that freak you out

Talking to Your Kids about Sexting, Drinking, Drugs and Other Things That FREAK YOU OUT. The Health & Human Services Department is hosting a speaker on parenting teens. This is part of a joint effort with the school department to … Continue reading
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Newton Mustangs Cheer Registration

Check out the flyer CHEER for information about Newton Mustangs Youth Football and Cheer tryouts. Discount for registration before May 1st. Continue reading

What’s Happening at the West Suburban YMCA

Healthy Kids Day – Inspiring kids to live up to their potential by being healthy, active and engaged! Join this free family event featuring healthy games and activities. Join in for a fun afternoon including: • Bike decorating station and bike … Continue reading
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The Etiquette Team Summer programs

The 5-day youth etiquette program is specifically developed for each age group: Mind Your Manners (grades 2-4), Etiquette for Middle Schoolers (grades 5-8), and College Prep: Professional Demeanor (grades 9-12). The program covers topics such as improving social and communication … Continue reading
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Want something to do during April school vacation?

Stories! Movement! Art! will provide students in Grades 3 – 6 the opportunity to tell stories through their art! By using low-tech materials, they’ll create art that physically moves or uses optical illusion to showcase movement! This program runs April … Continue reading
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Save the Date for the 10th Annual SEPAC Awards Ceremony!

The 10th Annual SEPAC Awards Ceremony will take place on May 30th at 6:00 pm in the Cafeteria of Newton North High School. More details coming soon! Click to learn more about SEPAC (Newton Special Education Parent Advisory Council) Continue reading

Newton’s New Philharmonia presents Quintessentially American

Newton’s New Philharmonia Orchestra, led by Associate Conductor Jorge Soto, will present Quintessentially American, a program inspired by Leonard Bernstein’s Young Person’s Concert. Across the globe, cultural organizations are taking part in “Leonard Bernstein at 100”, a two year celebration … Continue reading
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Summer Music Camp Enrollment is Open!

The Conservatory at Highlands Summer Music Camp Enrollment is Open! Rock Band Summer Camps each week of the Summer Ages 6 and Up, All Experience Levels All levels and instruments welcome Ensembles arranged by age and experience Students have a lot … Continue reading
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