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Category Archives: Education/Enrichment
- Youth Commission seeks teens and adults
- Do Your Part – Be Water Smart!
- Honor Thy Teacher
- Inclusive Youth Music Program – In-Person and Global
- Newton Free Library Community Survey
- Calling All Foodies!
- She’s Running for Q and to cure Retinal Conditions
- Summer activities for your science-loving student
- Newtones live concert Acafest! – June 4th
- Summer Book Clubs
Interested in meeting other teens, discussing issues that impact youth city-wide, and planning teen-focused events, workshops, and other leadership activities? Join the Newton Youth Commission! View the flyer here Youth Commission. Seeking interested youth in grades 8-12 to join the … Continue reading
A note from the City of Newton’s Health and Human Services Department. Summer is right around the corner! As we all get ready for the Fourth of July and in light of the recent drownings around the state, it’s important … Continue reading
If you’re looking for a way to say “Thank You!” to your child’s teacher or other school staff as this extremely unusual school year comes to a close, please consider Newton Schools Foundation’s Honor Thy Teacher campaign. It’s an opportunity … Continue reading
Plugged In is a unique, inclusive nonprofit youth rock band program where young musicians of all levels and needs are welcome. In person and virtual summer session programs begin the week of June 28th. More information and online registration can … Continue reading
Newton Free Library is delighted to offer regular services this June! Whether you visit the Library several times a week, you haven’t been to the Library in a year, or you have never used the Library, they want to hear … 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
Looking for summer activities for your science-loving student? New England Sci-Tech, the premier local STEM Education Center and Makerspace, has a variety of classes, clubs and workshops this summer: from competitive robotics clubs to beginner astronomy classes to support for … 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