Learning to Code: Why It’s Good for Your Child’s Brain (Webinar)

Newton

Curious How Scratch, Python, or Java Can Boost Creativity and Problem-Solving Skills?  Programming languages are more popular than ever, but exactly how do they support your child’s education? And what age should your child start learning to code? Join our STEM education experts in this informational webinar and learn more about the many benefits of […]

PPP: What you need to know now

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Join us for a presentation from Ili Spahiu with the U.S. Small Business Administration about the Paycheck Protection Program. Spahiu will discuss the new criteria and requirements for the new round of the PPP as well as the forgiveness process for PPP loans awarded in 2020. He will also provide information about the SBA’s EDIL […]

How to build a diverse and inclusive professional network

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Join Colette Phillips for a zoominar all about growing your professional network. Making personal and professional connections that are inclusive and diverse is key to growing any successful business or career.  For decades Phillips (founder of CPC Communications and Get Konnected!) has been curating opportunities for cross-cultural business connections and career advancement throughout Greater Boston. […]

Chamber Virtual Speed Networking

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The Newton-Needham Regional and the Corridor 9/495 Chambers are teaming up for a special opportunity to expand your network of connections for your business.    The program format will be a speed networking event to help members open the door to new relationships. During the event, you’ll be able to interact virtually with other professionals, gain […]

Your PPP2 and Revised Employee Retention Credit Questions Answered

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Join ALL CPAs Director Andrew C. Dieffenbach, CPA, CVA, MBA, for a brief update on PPP2, the Revised Employee Retention Credit, and other provisions of the Consolidated Appropriations Act. The majority of the time will be dedicated to answering your questions, so please come prepared. REGISTER

A Conversation with Congresswoman Katherine Clark

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We’re excited to announce our 4th Annual Women in Government event, this year in partnership with the Waltham Chamber. Our guest speaker will be U.S. Congresswoman and Assistant Speaker of the House Katherine Clark who has served the Fifth District of Massachusetts since 2013, a diverse district comprised of 24 cities and towns that include Waltham, Weston […]

Virtual 5K and Walk for INDEPENDENCE

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The Carroll Center for the Blind’s 9th Annual 5K & Walk for INDEPENDENCE, presented by PLAN of MA & RI, is going virtual! NEW THIS YEAR, the Walk for INDEPENDENCE will launch a 5K run option as well as a Blindfold Challenge, which will be supported by National Braille Press. With a virtual walk or […]

A Conversation with Restaurant Industry Leaders.

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Join Greg Reibman, president of the Newton-Needham Regional Chamber, and Joelle Tomb, co-owner SUSHICO, in conversation with local restaurateurs as they discuss the restaurant industry in the age of COVID-19.   Register Photo by Gabriella Clare Marino on Unsplash

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After a hard year for all of us, over 75 Newton artists and artisans welcome you to Newton Open Studios 2021, an All Outdoor Event!Saturday, June 26, 11 am to 5 pmRaindate, June 27Visit our new website at NewtonOpenStudios.org to learn about our artists. Save a "favorites list" on the website, and log in on your phone […]

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Newton Farmers Market

1094 Beacon Street 1094 Beacon St, Newton

Tuesday Market: Cold Spring Park 1:30 to 6:00 p.m.(1094 Beacon Street between Walnut and Chestnut) Photo by Shelley Pauls on Unsplash