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  1. Family Wellness Expo at JCC in Newton
    A family wellness expo with interactive exhibits and demonstrations for children and adults will be held at the Leventhal-Sidman Jewish Community Center (333 Nahanton Street) in Newton on Sunday, February 10 from 1-4pm. Co-sponsored by Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital – Needham, the expo will include healthy food cooking demonstrations, MYCHIP child identification kits, composting tips, free chair massages and healthy snacks. Olympic gold medalist (2000, 2004) Lenny Krayzelburg will sign autographs and speak about the benefits of learning to swim at a young age. Activities for children include face painting, crafts, Kids Challenge Zone, planting ‘take home’ gardens, obstacle courses, inflatable moonwalks and more. The Red Sox’ Wally the Green Monster will be in attendance, posing for photos and signing autographs. The event is free and open to the public. Call 617-558-6459 for details.

  2. Pragmatic Mom says:

    Hi Moira,
    Thanks for your comment. I think I just have a round up of after school math program resources. I’ll add yours to the list! Thanks for the heads up!

  3. Kathy Laufer says:

    Recent Fair Housing Developments and Their Impact on Newton Zoning Reform

    The Newton Fair Housing Committee is pleased to announce this program which explores the recent United States Supreme Court decision in the area of housing discrimination law and recent regulatory developments at H.U.D. These crucial developments come at a time when the City of Newton has engaged a consultant to study & develop a strategy to address the City’s housing needs; and is about to launch Phase 2 of its Zoning Review Project, integrating planning, zoning and housing efforts. Learn what laws and regulations Newton needs to consider as it moves forward with these projects.
    Keynote address by Henry Korman, Esq., Partner, Klein Hornig LLP.
    Panelists who will respond with state, regional & local specifics:
    • Judith S. Jacobson, Deputy Director & General Counsel Massachusetts Housing Partnership;
    • Ald. Marcia Johnson, Alderman at Large, Ward 2, Chair of Zoning & Planning Committee; and
    • James Freas, Acting Director Planning & Development Department, City of Newton.
    Come hear what obligations Newton has with respect to fair housing law, and the potential consequences of any failure to act. The program is being held Oct. 22 @ 7:30 – Newton Senior Center, 345 Walnut Street, Newtonville.

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