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Winter Etiquette Classes

The etiquette classes at the Etiquette Academy of New England for grades 2-12 cover topics such as improving social and communication skills, projecting confidence, combating shyness, strengthening self-esteem and leadership skills, navigating friendships, resolving conflict, understanding social cues, basic manners, table … Continue reading Continue reading

What’s Happening at the YMCA

Try the Y Wednesdays in January are free! Present a valid ID at the welcome desk and use the facilities for the day. Resolutions Fitness Challenge – Starts the week of January 14th New year, new you! Sign up for … Continue reading Continue reading

Boomerang Bags

Boomerang Bags is part of a global effort (860 participating communities) to reduce waste and incorporate re-usable shopping bags into daily living. The Newton Boomerang Bag community was started this fall by Lisa Monahan (Newton resident/business owner), and Olivia Scheff … Continue reading Continue reading

New Year, New Savings

Chyten offers their January specials.

 
 
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Summer Camp Opportunity for 11 Year Olds

CISV (Children’s International Summer Village) is a UNESCO partner with chapters in 200 cities among 69 countries around the world. CISV Villages, which started in 1951, bring children from many countries together to learn from each other about the world … Continue reading Continue reading

Come to City Hall to help sort the food on December 31st

Please help our neighbors facing food insecurity. Newton’s four food pantries provide meals for more than 1,800 people each month, and they need everyone’s help to keep up with the growing need right here in Newton. Donate to the Newton … Continue reading Continue reading

First Day at the Mosesian Center for the Arts!

The Mosesian Center for the Arts invites you to celebrate the New Year at First Day 2019! This free, family-friendly, drop-in open house offers Art & Theatre Activities, live performances on the Main Stage, by Jeff Jam and The Airborne … Continue reading Continue reading

Family events at Historic Newton

The free, bi-weekly Storytime program engages kids 0 months to 3 years old by focusing on literacy, Newton’s history, play, and lessons from our museums. Families are welcome to bring older siblings. This week’s theme is “building”. January 16th, 10:30 … Continue reading Continue reading

Camp Grossman Info Session

Come meet the camp director and learn all about Camp Kaleidoscope. With art, music, dance, theater, science and nature activities, campers of all ages have opportunities to spread their creative wings. The talented staff of artists, performers and educators inspires … Continue reading Continue reading

February, April, and Passover vacation camps

Worrying about what to do during school vacation? Don’t worry, JCC Greater Boston School Vacation Camp has got you covered. Camp runs during the weeklong break for February, April and Passover vacation. Kids get to choose up to three electives … Continue reading Continue reading