The Annual Newton Memorial Day Parade will step off from Newton North High School on Sunday May 29th @ 3:00pm. Tyrone Powell, U.S. Airman in Vietnam, and 42 year veteran of the Newton Police Department is the parade’s Grand Marshal.
The JCC is offering an eight-week Tai Chi class for beginners on Mondays starting on April 4 to June 6! Tai Chi is a relaxing yet invigorating series of movements. All ages and fitness levels are encouraged to join! Balance, coordination, body awareness, and focus are just a few of the many areas this class targets. [...]
Wouldn't it be great to head into summer with confidence that you have an effective parenting approach that fosters a positive relationship with your child, reduces challenging behavior, and builds your child's skills in self-regulation, communication and problem-solving? Come learn the Think:Kids Collaborative Problem Solving parenting approach (last opportunity before Sept):
Horticulturist Bruce Wenning will give a talk on some of the more common exotic invasive woody plants that are found in Newton and the surrounding communities. Learn about the traits of these pest-like plants and why they really are detrimental to our native ecosystems. Control options will also be discussed. Mr. Wenning has over 20 years’ experience working with volunteer groups and private clients in the control of exotic invasive plant projects. [...]
Meet at 791 Walnut Street in front of the Newton Cemetery Administration Building
Rain date Friday, June 3rd, 10:00-11:00 am
This walking tour will highlight some unique specimen trees: why they were chosen, their characteristics, and some of the maintenance practices that keep them healthy and happy. Robert Reardon has been a state certified Arborist since 1984; he’s been planting and maintaining trees at Newton Cemetery for 20 years. Co-sponsored with the Newton Cemetery
Meet at 791 Walnut Street in front of the Newton Cemetery Administration Building. [...]
The Curatorial Opportunity Program (COP) is an open-call curatorial platform that investigates contemporary culture through the visual arts. Artists and curators are encouraged to submit proposals for group exhibitions involving at least one public presentation. Click here to see our guidelines and apply.