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ArtsEmerson performance of Mr. Joy

Newton Public Schools was selected by METCO, Inc. as a host for this year’s ArtsEmerson performance of Mr. Joy. For the last three years, through a partnership with METCO, Inc., the statewide METCO organization, ArtsEmerson has taken the play on … Continue reading Continue reading

Learn about issues related to fair elections and more

Join members of the League of Women Voters of Newton (LWVN) to hear the latest on issues related to fair elections, including voter suppression, gerrymandering, absentee ballots, automatic voter registration and more, when LWVN hosts Lisa Danetz at their next … Continue reading Continue reading

Girls Empowerment Program

Artemis Girls – Stand Strong, Stand Tall guides girls to seek their own true voice with yoga, mindfulness, breathwork, creative expression and self-reflection. When girls feel confident about their bodies, their self-worth and their intelligence and they have practiced how … Continue reading Continue reading

The Alexander Technique Workshop offered

Newton Parks and Rec is hosting a workshop with Cecile Raynor. It is designed for a wide audience including yogis – but not limited to them. Anyone with neck, back or joint tension would benefit. Also, anyone with posture issues. … Continue reading Continue reading

FORJ (Families Organizing for Racial Justice ) City-wide Meeting – March 12th

Everyone is invited to the next FORJ City-wide Meeting to explore the relationship between housing, equity, and race. There will be a discussion, short video, and an interactive small group activity that could work for kids 2nd grade and above. … Continue reading Continue reading

Join NFP’s Walk for Hunger Team!

The Newton Food Pantry is proud to be participating in Project Bread’s 51st Walk for Hunger & 5K Run on May 5th. The pantry team’s fundraising efforts will directly support the Newton Food Pantry. Any adults and teens (ages 13+) … Continue reading Continue reading

Opportunity to join the board at the Centre Street Food Pantry

The Centre Street Food Pantry board is looking for two energetic new board members; one who has strong connections in the business community in Newton and another with experience managing events. This is a working board and in addition to … Continue reading Continue reading

Call Y3K in your home today

When schoolwork goes the wrong way! Their many years of experience in teaching and educational consulting have developed the right way to motivate, the right way to teach, be understood, and be remembered. Y3K tutors special education such as ADD, … Continue reading Continue reading

Temperatures may be down, but grades can still rise!

Tutors available at ActiveMinds tutoring • Effective, personalized, in-home tutoring in Greater Boston • Serving Newton and surrounding towns for the past 12 years • Offering all academic subjects and standardized test prep (SAT/ACT, ISEE, SSAT) Reserve your tutor today! … Continue reading Continue reading

Summer Camp at the John M. Barry Boys & Girls Club of Newton

Camp Boys & Girls Club focuses on the WHOLE experience of Camp, which allows them to fully implement quality programming that is unique and fun. There are five sessions each summer and each session has a unique theme and field … Continue reading Continue reading