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New J Block Norms in the Library

After a long history of requests from students, including discussion with South Senate, the decision was made to revamp the library during J block, a block at the end of the day on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday during which students … Continue reading

Tech time impacts development

Come to a viewing of the documentary “Screenagers” followed by a discussion on technology and our children. Learn more at www.screenagersmovie.com. From the website, “Through poignant, and unexpectedly funny stories, along with surprising insights from authors, psychologists, and brain scientists, … Continue reading Continue reading

Provide your input on the Open Space & Recreation Plan

Newton is required to update its Open Space & Recreation Plan every five years. The City is in the midst of updating it now. To learn more about the Open Space Plan visit http://www.newtonma.gov/gov/planning/conserv/area/default.asp The on-line community survey will allow … Continue reading Continue reading

Do you want to improve sustainability in Newton schools?

Join parents, educators and students who are working together to promote sustainability in Newton schools. If your school does not yet have a Green Team, they can help you to establish one. Representatives of the group participate in discussions to … Continue reading Continue reading

Comedy for a Cause ????!

Jesse Appell 艾杰西 Newton Fundraiser for Wuhan Help a good cause and learn about life and comedy in China! Jesse is a comedy star in China, performing for millions on TV. Jesse’s one-man-show about life in China and the situation … Continue reading Continue reading

You’re Invited to a Northland Project Forum presented by the League of Women Voters

Yes or No – Proposed Northland Development Project on Needham and Oak Streets Newton voters will have a chance to decide the future of the Northland Development Project in a binding referendum election to take place on March 3rd, 2020 … Continue reading Continue reading

Peter and the Wolf Family Concert

Share the joy of the symphony with your family at New Philharmonia’s production of Peter and the Wolf. Mayor Ruthanne Fuller will join the orchestra in guiding children through the magical musical fairy tale as each character is represented by … Continue reading Continue reading

You’re invited to the Help Light the Way Gala

The Help Light the Way Gala will raise funds to purchase and install permanent lights for the outdoor sports stadium at Newton South High School. The night will include a silent and live auction, as well as lots of raffles and … Continue reading Continue reading

Newton Girls Softball

Newton Girls Softball Rec League is for girls in kindergarten to 7th grade. Supportive coaches teach the fundamentals of softball and develop confidence, determination, and resiliency. Team sports can play a great role helping girls face challenges as they get … Continue reading Continue reading

Newton Girls Soccer

New England’s largest all girls soccer program is right here in your city. Over 1,000 girls from K-9 play soccer each season with Newton Girls Soccer. Beyond the soccer, they are building confidence, learning teamwork and making friends across Newton. … Continue reading Continue reading