Mayor's Office For Cultural Affairs
Newton Cultural Affairs Offices
Newton City Hall (second floor room 203) Newton, MA 02459
Linda R. Plaut, Director: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jeannie Smith, Associate Director: email@example.com
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Guide to Newton's Resources
We are delighted to announce to launching of a new Newton Cultural Calendar www.newtonartscalendar.org. A free on-lline Calendar that lists any cultural events happening in Newton, and events by Newton cultural organizations that are happening ourside Newton. It's free to use, and to post. Save it on your desktop, put it on your phone, and check it out!
Check out the Fall Activities in Newton!
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Holiday Lighting Ceremony
Thursday, December 1st, 6pm, Newton City Hall
Start the Holiday Season off with a cheerful evening of song, hot chocolate and fun! Sing-along with the Stacey Peasley Band – an award-winning band whose music is joyful and playful – as they play your favorite holiday songs. Then, enjoy some hot chocolate courtesy of PhysicianOne Urgent Care, or tea from David’s Tea, and delicious snack bars donated by KIND, as you watch a “Rockettes” performance by Creative Dance Steps Studio. All of this excitement builds up to the Grande Finale of Mayor Setti Warren flipping the switch that turns the grounds into a twinkling winterland! Please bring a donation for Newton’s Food Pantries. For more information, visit www.newtoncommunitypride.org or call 617-796-1540. Holiday Lighting & Open House
Time for Partners - Now enrolling
Art & Music classes for children 18 months to 3.5 years, with an adult. Learn, explore and make new friends.
Newton Cultural Center at City Hall, 9:30am - 11:15am
Fall/Winter Session: Sept. 19 – Jan 23, ‘17
Winter/Spring Session: Jan. 30 – June 2, ‘17
Mon. P. Gannon D. Polansky
Tues. T. Curtin D. Polansky
Wed. T. Curtin D. Polansky
Thurs. T. Curtin D. Polansky
Fri. T. Curtin P. Gannon filled
Newton Resident $270, Non-Resident $295,