Cultural Affairs/Arts in the Parks

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

 Paula Gannon, Assistant:  pgannon@newtonma.gov

Guide to Newton's Resources
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Looking for something to do? www.newtonartscalendar.org is a free on-line Calendar that lists any cultural events happening in Newton, and events by Newton cultural organizations that are happening outside Newton. It's free to use, and to post. Save it on your desktop, put it on your phone, and check it out! 

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Enrollment now open for the Fall schedule of Time for Partners


 Art & Music classes for children 18 months to 3.5 years, with an adult. Learn, explore and make new friends.  9:30 - 11:15. 

Newton Cultural Center at City Hall, 1000 Commonwealth Avenue

Mon. Sept. 17 - Jan. 7 Art: Paula Gannon/Music: David Polansky
Tues. Sept. 11 - Dec. 18 Art: Teresa Curtin/Music: David Polansky
Wed. Sept. 12 - Jan. 2 Art: Teresa Curtin/Music: David Polansky
Thurs. Sept. 13 - Jan. 3 Art: Teresa Curtin/Music: David Polansky
Fri. Sept. 14 - Jan. 4 Art: Teresa Curtin/Music: Paula Gannon

Cost: Monday 13 sessions $238 Newton Resident   $260 Non-Resident

All other days 15 sessions $275 Newton Resident   $300 Non-Resident

Siblings: age up to 12 months free; 12 – 18 months 50%; other siblings drop in $10;  Guests $25. 

TO REGISTER: Registration , Click on Click on MA,click on Newton Parks & Recreation, click on Register, click on Programs or Activities, click on Mayors Office for Cultural Affairs, click on Time for Partners 
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Learn to Play the Ukulele!
Now Registering kids in Grades 2 – 5 for Fall Session, Tuesdays at the Newton Cultural Center at City Hall. September 18 - November 20 
Ukulele 1 – an introduction class to the ukulele and perfect for kids who want to learn an instrument, while exploring the world of musicianship. Students will learn basics of the instrument, including rhythmic strumming and chords. They will be playing songs in a few weeks! 1:15pm – 2pm.
Ukulele Youth Jam – The student must have completed Uke 1. All levels of players are welcome for continued learning and weekly “jam session”. 2:15pm – 3pm
Bring your own instrument or contact teacher for rental. 

Paula Gannon pgannon@newtonma.gov

Cost:  Newton Resident $200  

TO REGISTER: Registration , Click on MA,click on Newton Parks & Recreation, click on Register, click on Programs or Activities, click on Mayors Office for Cultural Affairs, click on Ukulele

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Newton Cultural Council  Grant Deadline October 15 

applications available September 1 

info@newtonculturalcouncil.com

for more details visit www.mass-culture.org 

 

 

 

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