Mayor's Office For Cultural Affairs
Newton Cultural Affairs Offices
Newton City Hall (second floor room 203) Newton, MA 02459
Linda R. Plaut, Director: email@example.com
Jeannie Smith, Associate Director: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Check out the Summer 2016 Activities in Newton!
July 4th Celebration in Newton
This year... extra fun! Amusement Rides at Albemarle on Saturday, July 2 & Sunday, July 3!
Monday, July 4, 10am – Noon, Newton Centre Playground at Tyler Terrace.
Free event for children ages 3 – 12 years. Children and families are invited to join in the Grande Pet Parade, Decorated Doll Carriage Promenade, Teddy Bear Parade and Foot Races. Free ice cream courtesy of Cabot’s Ice Cream.
Monday, July 4th 1pm – 10pm – Albemarle Field.
The fun continues with kiddie amusement rides, craft vendor booths, food vendor booths, face painting and other childrens’ activities. There is free music and dancing 6 – 9pm on the Main Stage. At 9pm, don’t miss the grand finale…a fantastic fireworks display! Visit www.newtoncommunitypride.org for details. Check www.newtoncommunitypride.org for details.
Time for Partners
Summer Classes- Now enrolling -
Art & Music classes for kids 18 months to 4 years, with an adult.
Franklin Elementary School, 125 Derby St., West Newton
9:30am - 11:15am
Tuesdays, 7/5 - 8/9 Terry Curtin David Polansky
Wednesdays, 7/6 - 8/10 Terry Curtin David Polansky
Thursdays, 7/7 - 8/11 Terry Curtin David Polansky
To register: www.activityreg.com, click on MA, click on Newton Parks & Recreation, click on Mayor's Office for Cultural Affairs, click on Activity Registration, choose your day. Newton resident $130, Non-resident $150