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The City of Newton’s Youth Commission is sponsoring a virtual workshop “Let’s Get to Work!”. The focus of the workshop is to provide information to high school aged youth about the work available for the summer and beyond in Newton, … Continue reading
Join James Beard Award winning author, Michael W. Twitty, for an engaging conversation moderated by Chef Bill, a Massachusetts-based chef and author. African American culinary historian Michael W. Twitty knew there was a giant hole in the story of American … Continue reading
At age 3, Quentin was diagnosed with a rare bilateral eye condition that can cause vision loss due to complications from the splitting of the retinal lining. This past winter, Quentin suffered a sudden loss of vision in his right … Continue reading
The award-winning Newton South Newtones a cappella performs their first live show in more than a year and a half! Acafest is an annual Newtones tradition where the group sings their complete set of songs from the year and celebrates … Continue reading
It can be very hard for parents to start a conversation with their child about sexual assault. What can you say without frightening them? That’s why fewer than half of parents do. But, when parents play a role in empowering … Continue reading
Help us show our crossing guards and bus and van drivers how much we appreciate their help getting to school safely. They have been with us through the pandemic, shifting schedules multiple times and keeping us safe throughout. Please have … Continue reading
On May 21st, the City’s Parks, Recreation, and Culture Department (PRC) submitted a proposal for construction funding for improvements to Crystal Lake’s Levingston Cove. The proposal requests $1,440,344 for the preservation, restoration and rehabilitation of Levingston Cove in the Recreation … Continue reading
Are you looking for a fun and meaningful activity? Centre Street Food Pantry, located in Newton Center, needs your help! Every week, they provide families with children with extra bags of food, filled with snacks that kiddos love. Currently, the … Continue reading
Please join and please spread the word! LWVN will host a panel of young people to hear their perspectives on civic engagement. More information available: https://lwvnewton.org/event/voices/ May 25th, 7:30 pm