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- Newton Bike Rodeo for Grades K-6
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Newton is having its first bike rodeo where MA Safe Routes to Schools instructors will teach and review bike riding skills. Volunteers will also help teach fun stations including knowing signs and hand signals, how to care for your bike, … Continue reading
The Newton Food Pantry is proud to be participating in Project Bread’s Virtual Walk for Hunger. Project Bread’s Walk for Hunger, founded in 1969, is the oldest and largest community fundraiser for hunger solutions in Massachusetts. The team will be … Continue reading
For information, check out the flyer here.
Come join parents, students, teachers, and community members to support our Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) community through an evening of learning and connection! You will learn about: – the historical and systemic roots of violence and discrimination against AAPI communities … Continue reading
Newton Community Pride, in partnership with the City of Newton, is pleased to announce the return of NewtonSERVES. With a limited capacity and the health and safety of all staff and volunteers as top priority, this local premier service project … Continue reading
The April 13 CPC Meeting agenda is now available online for review. This will be a virtual meeting. No in-person meeting will take place at City Hall. To view and participate on your phone, download the “Zoom Cloud Meetings” app … Continue reading
NPS will host a webinar for Pre-K and elementary families to learn more about COVID-19 testing in school. For more information on COVID-19 testing process and procedures, please visit this page on the district website https://www.newton.k12.ma.us/Page/3826 March 30th, 6:30 – 7:30 … Continue reading
The Charles River Watershed Association has created a flood monitoring tool that shows flooding scenarios and the impacts of potential green infrastructure solutions along the Charles. This will equip watershed communities with the best information on community-specific impacts of climate … Continue reading
This summer the John M Barry Boys & Girls Club of Newton will feature endless age-appropriate activities that include a summer full of Fine Arts, Coding, and Animation. Programs will capture your camper’s imagination and teach new skills throughout the … Continue reading