ARTS & CULTURE * BEAUTIFICATION * SERVICE
Arts Economic Impact Report, Fall Concerts & More
Newton Arts & Culture Add $19 Million to Local Economy
This spring Newton Community Pride partnered with students from the Brandeis University Heller School for Social Policy and Management to develop and publish an arts & culture impact study. Please see below for some of the astounding highlights from their recently published report.

This report reinforces and amplifies that arts are vital to the economic vitality of our village centers and provides our residents with individual happiness, joy and connectivity to our community. Highlights include arts & culture contribute over $19 Million to our local economy! Watch the 30 minute presentation on the Economic Impact of Arts & Culture in Newton here 
NCP Fall Community Micro Grant Application
Our Fall 2021 Community Micro Grant Program for artists, arts organizations, area councils & neighborhood groups is now open. All applications consistent with our mission to support arts & culture events, beautification or service projects will be considered. Application deadline: October 1. More info and application here
September Song Concert Series Continues
The September Song Concert Series in Newtonville continues this Sunday, September 19, 3pm and next Saturday, September 25, 3pm. Enjoy outdoor performances accessible to all in the 28 Austin Street Plaza. Thank you to our Presenting Sponsor 28 Austin Street Partners.
Newton Community Pride at Newtonville Village Day
Come visit, say hello and learn more about Newton Community Pride at our booth at Newtonville Village Day next Sunday, September 26, noon-4pm! Find out more about NCP and our impact in the City of Newton. Sign up to be on our mailing and volunteer lists. Free NCP tee shirt or mask with every $20 donation to grow our mission of more arts, culture & community programs and our new high school scholarship fund and community micro grant program.
Sponsor Spotlight
Karen Masterson & Johnny's Luncheonette
Hi, I'm Kay and my team and I bought Johnny's 7 1/2 years ago, committed to maintaining this landmark business as an important community member for dining and connection. We love seeing regular customers who rely on us for daily and weekly visits - whether it be on their own with a book, to chat with staff, or for meetings and social events. We are equally thrilled when people find us for the first time and become our new regulars.

Recognizing the importance of community we have been a proud sponsor of Newton Community Pride for many years. We share their commitment to diversity, inclusivity and the arts. It's inspiring to know there are so many talented residents of Newton and so many people willing to give of their time to make the many programs of Newton Community Pride possible. We are thrilled to be in Newton and look forward to many more years offering a great place to dine and connect, and will continue to support the great work of Newton Community Pride!
Thank You to our 2021 Sponsors!
Presenting Sponsor
Bronze
Benefactor
Plaut Mahoney Family