• Disability Awareness Book Club

    Disability Awareness Book Club

    Disability Awareness Book Club All Are Welcome Understanding Our Differences sponsors an ongoing  Disability Awareness Book Club. It meets the first Monday of the month (generally) at Newton Free Library, 7:00 p.m. in Meeting Room A and is open to all who are interested. Our next meeting will be on Monday, September 11th. Check the […]

  • IRONMAN! Producing Academy and National Team Players!

    IRONMAN! Producing Academy and National Team Players!

    IRONMAN! Producing Academy and National Team Players!  IRONMAN Summer Camp 2017! 25% Off Code: vfcironman25.

  • Historic Newton July Events

    Historic Newton July Events

    HISTORIC NEWTON CALENDAR JULY-AUG 2017     Tuesday, July 11, 7:00 PM NEWTON’S ROAD TO REVOLUTION In September 1774 the farmers of Middlesex County rose up and ended royal government in most of Massachusetts. For the next seven months, Patriot activists and the British governor raced to seize artillery.  Cannon disappeared from ships, shore batteries, […]

  • Summer Activities for Kids from FA Day Middle School Nurse

    Summer Activities for Kids from FA Day Middle School Nurse

    Summer Activities for Kids from FA Day Middle School Nurse. Two helpful PDFs with camps and volunteer opportunities for kids. After school and summer activities can be an essential part of your child’s educational and social/emotional learning. Research has shown the value of after school and summer programs and here in Newton, we are lucky […]

  • Summer BCMFest Celtic Festival in Harvard Square, July 2

    Summer BCMFest Celtic Festival in Harvard Square, July 2

    The Boston area’s only winter-time Celtic festival will once again make a warm-weather appearance when Club Passim in Harvard Square hosts the third Summer BCMFest on July 2, featuring 12 hours of some of the best local Celtic music. Summer BCMFest is fashioned after the annual BCMFest (Boston’s Celtic Music Fest), a weekend gathering held […]

  • Summer Events at Davis Museum at Wellesley College

    Summer Events at Davis Museum at Wellesley College

    This summer, the Davis Museum at Wellesley College is embracing the outdoors by hosting family-friendly activities on the Davis Museum plaza. The second annual summer series includes films, art-making activities, food, and—for the first time—outdoor yoga. SUMMER KICK-OFF CELEBRATION The summer series at the Davis Museum will commence with a kick-off event on Thursday, June […]

  • Crafters Sought for Pop Up Market

    Seeking Vendors for Common Ground Arlington Pop Up Market!

    Common Ground in Arlington will be hosting its third annual Holiday Pop Up Market on October 15th, Sunday, from 11am to 3pm. Are you an artist, artisan, or have a craft product or home business that you want to promote for the holiday season? Join us for a Holiday Pop Up Market at Common Ground […]

  • Summer at The Street

    Summer at The Street

    Yoga on The Green Every Sunday, June 4 to October 1 9:30am Each month, The Street will partner with a different yoga studio for Yoga on The Green, with each instructor bringing their distinct style to the class. In June, YogaWorks will lead Yoga on The Green. In the event of rain, classes will be held indoors […]

Newton: A Great Place to Live!

Sharing information about why Newton, Massachusetts is a great place to live and raise a family. If you are thinking of moving to Newton, or have recently moved here, we'd like to help you get settled in. Feel free to ask questions and you'll get unbiased answers. Welcome!

TIGER MAMA Dim Sum Sundays

Tiger Mama Dim Sum Sundays at The Street

Tiger Mama introduces a dynamic alternative to Boston’s brunch offerings: Dim Sum Sundays. Chef Tiffani Faison, named Best Chef in Boston of 2016, offers her own take on dim sum with Tiger Mama classics, including cocktails, arriving via a roving cart and endless trays. Dim Sum Sundays will take place every Sunday, 12pm-9pm, beginning November […]

NNHS Reaffirming Our Civic Expectations

NNHS Reaffirming Our Civic Expectations

Reaffirming Our Social and Civic Expectations The divisive rhetoric and hateful acts that have occurred across the country during and since the election have been appalling. Unfortunately, Newton North is not immune. And while we have experienced instances of hurtful comments and disrespectful acts, we know that this does not define us as a community. […]

Making FA Day a Safe Space

Making FA Day a Safe Space

Dear Families, I hope this letter finds you well after an enjoyable Thanksgiving holiday. Over the break, I took some time to reflect upon national events and their impact on our community here at Day. I wanted to share with you efforts we are making both with staff and students to ensure Day continues to […]

Order Newtonopoly in time for the holidays!

Order Newtonopoly in time for the holidays!

Order Newtonopoly in time for the holidays! The Newton North business students are working on a new, fundraising project: Newtonopoly. Newtonopoly will be similar to the famous board game, but it will represent many local businesses in and around Newton, such as Wegmans, Legal Sea Food, and The Village Bank. The Newtonopoly team has been […]

Poinsettia Festival

Poinsettia Festival at Corpus Christi-St. Bernard

Our Church ( Corpus Christi-St. Bernard) is holding a Poinsettia Festival next weekend, with a variety of lovely Poinsettias and Wreaths. Also included: Silent Auction, children’s crafts,  jewelry, baked goods, attic treasures, books, cash raffle, holiday items. Sat. Dec. 3   10 am to  6 pm Sun  Dec. 4    9 am to 1 pm Location: 1524 Washington St. […]

Common Ground Pop Up Holiday Market in Arlington MA

Holiday Pop Up Market in Arlington

Please join us for a Holiday Pop Up Market at Common Ground in Arlington. 319 Broadway Arlington, MA 02474 20 Artisans and Businesses will be showcased! Sunday, December 4th 11 am to 3 pm More here.

Shop for a Cause at The Street Nov 30th

Shop for a Cause at The Street Nov 30th

The Street Will Host Shop for a Cause: The Exclusive Holiday Event, Wednesday, November 30, 2016 from 6pm – 9pm                   Photo Courtesy of The Street   Chestnut Hill, MA – The Street celebrates the holiday season with a fun and charitable shopping soiree: Shop for a Cause: The Exclusive Holiday Event, in support of […]

fall leaves

Hire NNHS Science Team to Rake Your Leaves

Got leaves? Get help with raking and support the Science Team! Science Team is an academic club at Newton North High School that participates in several science and engineering competitions. In order to pay for supplies and competition fees, we are currently offering leaf raking services to fundraise for our team. If you are interested, […]

Beloved Teacher, Ty Vignone at NNHS, Passes Away

Dear Newton North Community, It is with a heavy heart that I inform you that Ty Vignone, longtime history teacher at Newton North, passed away on Saturday, November 26, after a battle with cancer.  Ty began his career at Day Junior High School in 1965.   In 1983, Ty moved to Newton North and continued teaching […]

Screenagers

“Screenagers” at NNHS Nov 29

Save the date: “Screenagers” coming to NNHS on November 29 The Newton North PTSO and the Newton Parent Advisory Council for Special Education are pleased to bring “Screenagers” to Newton North on Tuesday, November 29, from 7:00-9:00 p.m., in the auditorium. “Screenagers” is a documentary about struggles over social media, video games, academics, and internet addiction. […]