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Cultural Affairs/Arts in the Parks

Mayor's Office For Cultural Affairs
Newton Cultural Affairs Offices 
Newton City Hall (second floor room 203) Newton, MA 02459
Phone: 617-796-1540 
Linda R. Plaut, Director:
lplaut@newtonma.gov 
Jeannie Smith, Assistant Director: jsmith@newtonma.gov 

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Guide to Newton's Resources ResourceGuide.pdf
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Check out the Spring 2015 Activities in Newton!
Winter postcard
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55 Events in 26 venues in 31 days!
Visit www.newtoncommunitypride.org/festival for a full list of events.

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SALON: Newton Notable Authors
Thursday, May 21, 7:00pm
Showcase SuperLux at The Street in Chestnut Hill

Enjoy a gourmet Cocktail Reception in the elegant Showcase SuperLux at The Street, Chestnut Hill while exploring the creative process with a panel of Newton’s finest wordsmiths.

Get the scoop on celebs with William Novak, ghostwriter for the memoirs of Tip O’Neill, Nancy Reagan, Magic Johnson and Tim Russert;  share women’s lives with Anita Diamant author of The Red Tent, Good Harbor and most recently, The Boston Girl; delve into the life of a troubled family with William Landay, former assistant district attorney and author of  Uncover and Defending Jacob; and learn the tragic story of the cleanup of the Boston Harbor with Neil Swidey, staff writer for The Boston Globe Magazine and author of Trapped Under the Sea.
Tickets: $50 at the door
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Time for Partners 










Newton Cultural Center at City Hall
9:30am - 11:15am


Winter/Spring 2015

Mondays: 1/26 - 5/18
Tuesdays: 1/27 - 5/19
Wednesdays: 1/28 - 5/20
Thursdays: 2/5 - 5/28 -
Fridays: 1/30 - 5/29

Art Teachers
Mondays -
Paula Gannon
Tues - Fri - Terry Curtin
Music Teachers
Mon - Thurs -
David Polansky
Fridays -
Paula Gannon

Newton resident $270, Non-Resident $295
To register: 
www.activityreg.com, click on MA, click on Newton Parks & Recreation, click on Activity Registration, click on Mayor's Office for Cultural Affairs, choose your day.

Summer!  Now enrolling










Franklin Elementary School
125 Derby Street

Tuesdays: 6/30 - 8/6
Wednesdays: 7/1 - 8/7
Thursdays: 7/2 - 8/8

Newton resident $130, Non-resident $150
To register: 
www.activityreg.com, click on MA, click on Newton Parks & Recreation, click on Activity Registration, click on Mayor's Office for Cultural Affairs, choose your day.
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Events for the month of May, 2015
 May 
 2015 
  
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2:00 PM - "The Imaginary Invalid" a Moliere comedy
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6:00 PM - Family DanceFEST
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10:00 AM - Tanglewood Marionettes "Cinderella"
1:00 PM - Home Grown MusicFEST
6:30 PM - Evening Folk Festival
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12:00 PM - Ethnic Heritage Festival
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7:15 AM - Mayor's Prayer Breakfast
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