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Be a vital part of the Centre Street Food Pantry!

The Centre Street Food Pantry is seeking candidates for a part-time paid Volunteer Coordinator position.  10-12 hours per week including working at the pantry every Tuesday 4:00 – 8:00 pm.  Ideal candidates are enthusiastic, good planners, kind, easy to talk to … Continue reading Continue reading

West Newton Arts Stroll & Shop

Get into the Holiday Spirit in West Newton at the annual Arts Stroll & Shop presented by The Newton Cultural Alliance.  As you stroll along Washington Street throughout the day, you can listen to strolling carolers and musicians.  Buy beautiful handmade … Continue reading Continue reading

Newton Family Singers present “Imagine: The Beatles Solo Years”

After the Beatles went their separate ways, John, Paul, George and Ringo continued to write and record beautiful, memorable, inspiring music. Imagine a concert of their greatest hits. Imagine an intergenerational family chorus singing in four-part harmony, backed by a … Continue reading Continue reading

Newton CPC Public Hearings on Conservation Restrictions, Allen House Historic Rehab

The Community Preservation Committee will hold public hearings on funding requested by the Newton Conservators, for conservation restrictions on past CPA-funded land acquisitions, and supplemental funding for the Allen House historic rehabilitation project in West Newton. The CPC will also … Continue reading Continue reading

2019 Newton Little League Spring Registration is now open

Registration for the 2019 Newton Little League Spring Season is now available on the league’s website: www.newtonllbaseball.org Newton Little League serves players who reside within or attend private or public schools within the boundaries of Ward, Underwood, Lincoln-Eliot, Horace Mann, … Continue reading Continue reading

Community Notes – Newton PTO Council 2018-12-02 10:13:40

STORYTIME – COLONIAL WINTER How do we make clothes to keep us warm? Join Storytime to explore how people in the past made their own things to wear. You will read The Mitten by Jan Brett, and preschoolers and their caregivers will … Continue reading Continue reading

Pause and learn…

A message from the Health and Human Services Department. Are screens the right holiday gift for your child this year? Your kids may think so, but many experts suggest that you should pause and learn more before you make that … Continue reading Continue reading

Waban Lights – Sunday, December 2

WABAN LIGHTS:  SUNDAY, DECEMBER 2ND AT 4:45PM To help kick-off the holiday season, please join us in Waban Square as we count down and flip the switch to light up Waban’s beloved evergreen tree and a menorah to celebrate the … Continue reading

Craft Fair – Waban Library, Dec 1

4th Annual Connect Africa Craft Fair, Waban Library Center, Saturday December 1, 12:30-3pm Looking for some unique gifts for the holiday season? Please join us for the 4th Annual Connect Africa Craft Fair at the Waban Library Center, 1608 Beacon … Continue reading

Waban Library Family Game Day – December 8

Family Game Day Saturday December 8th 10:30-12:00 Many of you know this event well from our many years of providing casual, exciting entertainment for all ages. This year we have added more games that will appeal to children in fifth and … Continue reading