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Join Mayor Fuller, Samaritans Inc., and Families for Depression Awareness to learn more about suicide prevention, recognizing depression and bipolar disorder, and the important work being done to reduce the stigma of mental health issues in our communi… Continue reading
Join a global community tackling climate change. Students ages 10-15 are coming together to learn from one another and youth leaders how young people can make their voices heard in the debate about responding to climate change. This is a … Contin… Continue reading
Dearborn Academy Speaks is hosting a panel discussion on the little-known but disabling PANS/PANDAS syndromes. The diseases can occur when strep, other infection or environmental factors cause a misdirected immune response resulting in inflammation on … Continue reading
Shine this summer by signing up for a math program. Let ActiveMinds keep your learning bright by fighting learning loss. Contact ActiveMinds for a complimentary conversation to develop a personalized math plan. Review the Spring Newsletter to learn mor… Continue reading
For girls ages 6-14 to bring a parent – mom, aunt, grandmother, “big sister”, dad, etc. Led by Tracy Affonso. Registration fee: $25 / pair Learn more at https://www.artemisyoga.com/classes/kids-teen-classes/ May 8th, 11:30 am –… Continue reading
We are delighted to be collaborating with the Newton Free Library, Newton North Library and a number of student/faculty organizations oriented around antiracism, to host an author discussion with Jennifer De Leon. De Leon’s novel, Don’t Ask Me Where I’m … Continue reading
The Newton Community Freedge, a volunteer-run outdoor refrigerator and pantry provides free food and personal care supplies to anyone with need, no questions asked. This initiative, led by the Newton Food Pantry in collaboration with other local Newton… Continue reading
This spring season at the Club is filled with programs for all ages. Programs like: PHOTOGRAPHY, MURAL ART, MUSIC, CERAMICS, and STEM will capture and inspire your child’s imagination. In addition, The Club will offer wide range of ATHLETIC progr… Continue reading
Help Newton Neighbors Helping Neighbors send 15 – 20 students to camp this summer. While camp scholarships do pay up to 80% of the cost, too many families can not afford the 20% – 30% payment required of them. Through … Continue readi… Continue reading