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Tickets for Newton’s Community Table on sale soon

Newton’s Community Table, a fundraiser to benefit the Newton Food Pantry, is back October 17th!  The event will once again be held at the Windsor Club from 6:30 – 9:30 pm. Tickets will go on sale September 9th and will sell out quickly.

Get both dates on your calendar today and stay tuned for updates in September.

Destination Imagination

Registration is open for the Destination Imagination 2019 – 2020 Season Destination Imagination (DI) is a creative problem solving competition that blends Science and Technology with the Arts. For the past 10 years, over 500 Newton students have participated in the Destination Imagination (DI) program. Hear from alumni about how DI changed their lives: Destination Imagination Alumni Video  Watch a tutorial to find out how DI works: What is Destination Imagination? Ready to have fun?! Click HERE to register your child Newton DI is run by a team of dedicated volunteers and is a non-profiting fully inclusive program.

Do you have a child that loves to sing?

Join VOICES Boston children’s chorus for the 2019-2020 season! With singing at its core and training in dance and drama, VOICES Boston changes the lives of children, building confidence, discipline, leadership and a love of music that will last a lifetime.

The ensembles are for singers in grades K-8 who rehearse in Brookline. VOICES Boston singers perform a wide range of repertoire, from classical to world music, gospel to new music and present an opera every year.

To sign up or just learn more about the program, visit www.voicesboston.org or email
programmanager@voicesboston.org.

All Newton Music School

Do you know… that All Newton Music School is the second oldest community music school in the entire nation? All Newton Music School is currently enrolling students for private lessons and group classes for the Fall semester.

Since every child is unique, the faculty, with degrees from top universities and conservatories, welcome each individual student and designs curriculum around their musical goals.

Submit a private lesson request today, it only takes 20 seconds, and you’ll be one step closer to more music in your life. Private lesson time-slots fill quickly, contact online at allnewton.org/inquiry or call 617-527-4553.

Instruments offered: Piano, Voice, Clarinet, Flute, Oboe, Bassoon, Recorder, Saxophone, Euphonium, French Horn, Trumpet, Trombone, Tuba, Cello, Upright Bass, Viola, Violin, Percussion,Voice, Guitar (electric, acoustic, classical), Bass Guitar, Ukulele

All That Jazz Dance registration open

All That Jazz Dance Studio is still accepting registration for the 2019-2020 school year.  Entering their 22nd year, they specialize in building self-esteem and creating a warm, supportive and nurturing environment for all children as they learn the art of dance.

The director, Miss Deb Lifson Vogel is a Newton native and currently has children in the Newton Public Schools.  Please call or email for more information or to register at 617-641-0784, missdeb@allthatjazznewton.com/ or www.allthatjazznewton.com Ask about the free trial classes.

Open Houses: August 28th, 5:30 – 7:00 pm, September 5th,  5:00 – 6:30 pm, September 6th,  4:30 – 6:00 pm, and September 8th, 1:00-2:30 pm.

Kids’ Karate Free Trial Classes

Karate for girls and boys, entry ages 1st – 5th grades. Cost $65.00 per 6-Week Session with free uniform upon enrolling. For information, please visit www.kids-karate.org or call 617- 527-8052.

Free Trial Classes September 13th, 5:00-6:00 pm or September 14th, 10:00-11:00 am
Lasell College

Newton Area Flag Football

The Fall 2019 season begins on September 8th at the recently renovated Daly Field on Nonantum Road. Games take less than one hour and are held on Sundays between 12 and 3 pm. All games are coached, professionally refereed and scored. Registration guarantees each player 8 games, including playoffs. Divisions are available for kids grades K – 10.

More information can be found on the website https://www.newtonareaflagfootball.com/ and on the attached flyer.

NAFFL offers the following:

  • a safe environment and sport
  • respect for rules
  • fun while still being competitive
  • boosts confidence and perseverance
  • builds community
  • weekly exercise
  • an understanding of the importance of playing and working together as a team
    good sportsmanship

Also, NAFFL, dedicated to giving back to the community, donates $10 to the school where players are enrolled, and they will receive $10 off their registration. Register with the coupon code SCHOOL

BAT’s Fall Basketball Clinic

Boston Athletic Training will be hosting a 4 week basketball clinic for boys and girls ages 7-14. Clinics cater to all levels, as athletes are split up into small groups for these 2 hour sessions. All the details and registration info is listed below.

Sign-up now to reserve your spot!  https://bostonathletictraining.com/current-basketball-programs/. For questions, contact Chaim Andler at Chaim@bostonathletictraining.com
or 857-313-8442.

September 21st, 29th (Sunday), October 5th and 12th,  10:30 am – 12:30 pm
Hyde Community Center (90 Lincoln St., Newton Highlands)
Before August 30th: $200 for 1 athlete and 300 for 2 athletes, then $240 for 1,  $340 for 2 athletes. *There is a $75 Drop in Rate if space available

What’s Happening at the Y

Free Summer Saturdays – Try the Y for free every Saturday this summer! Present a valid ID at the welcome desk and your guest fee will be waived.

Summer Membership at the Y – Perfect for college students or those visiting for the summer, the West Suburban YMCA Summer Membership that automatically expires on August 31st. $150 for an individual or $275 for a family (1 or 2 adults plus all children under age 26). Cost is prorated for anyone signing up after June 1st. For more information about summer memberships, contact the Welcome Center at 617-244-6050.

Summer Food Service Program – June 24th – August 16th – The West Suburban YMCA has been selected by the Massachusetts Department of Education as a Summer Food Service Program site. The Summer Food Service Program provides free meals to all children ages 18 and under when school is not in session. Any child in the community can show up and receive a free lunch between the hours of 12:30-1:30 pm at the West Suburban YMCA. Children attending YMCA Camp Pikati are also able to take advantage of the service while at camp.

Summer Swim Lessons for All Ages – It is never too early or too late to learn to swim. Swimming is a lifelong skill that is crucial for both kids and adults. Sign up for swim lessons at the Y, starting with classes for children as young 6 months through teen and adult classes. The Y offers options and session dates for every schedule, including lessons once per week, twice per week, or daily Monday-Friday. Learn more by calling 617-244-6050 ext. 3650 or email Amanda Pierce at Amandap@wsymca.org.

Summer Creative Arts Programs – Fill this summer with singing, dancing, painting, and more! With Creative Arts programs at the Y, youth can explore their creative side through group lessons, unique projects, and exploring what it means to be an artist. Get a little messy in the new Explorations! art program for ages 6-10, jam with a band in our Summer Rock Band program for ages 8+ or sing out loud with our Vocal Workshop for ages 11+. More info at www.wsymca.org/arts/summer.

Summer Sports Programs – Sign up for basketball, soccer, football or ultimate frisbee at the Y! Programs run Monday-Thursday evenings for two-week sessions. View the schedule online at www.wsymca.org or contact Chris Ellison for more information at chrise@wsymca.org.

Adult Fitness Programs – Sign up for one of the Y’s summer fitness classes. Classes run for seven weeks and begin the week of July 8th. Options include TRX suspension training, Boxcon boxing conditioning class, and Metcon functional fitness and strength class. Get motivated by training with a small, dedicated group!

Work at the Y: The West Suburban YMCA is hiring for a variety of full-time and part-time positions in child care and youth development, aquatics, fitness and more. Great benefits, free membership and professional development opportunities. Please contact Laura Snow at lauras@wsymca.org or visit wsymca.org/careers.

Financial Assistance is always available for Y Memberships and Programs. The West Suburban YMCA is a non-profit charitable organization and their mission is to never turn anyone away due to an inability to pay. Please contact the Membership Department at 617-244-6050 ext. 3653 for financial assistance with membership or program participation.

Personal Chef service

Too Busy to Cook is a one-woman personal chef service based in Newton, provididng customized meals cooked in your home. She caters to busy families, friends who want to share home cooked meals and seniors. Custom meals are tailored to your tastes, schedule and dietary needs. Too Busy to Cook takes care of menu planning, shopping, cooking, packaging, labeling and reheating instructions, and leaves your kitchen at least as clean as she found it!

Bringing Families Back to the dinner table, eat healthier this year! Contact Eileen at eileenrielly@gmail.com , 617-309-0454, or visit 2busytocook.com.