The mission of Newton Community Pride is to build community and encourage volunteerism through year-round arts, cultural and beautification projects and programming.
Winter 2018 News and Events
Greetings!

Newton Community Pride is pleased to share our upcoming seasonal events with you, beginning with the annual Holiday Craft Fair this Saturday, December 1, 10AM - 4PM at City Hall.

Be sure to join us again on Friday, December 7 to ring in the season with the City's Annual Tree Lighting. And please consider donating unwrapped gifts for children under age 10, or food for our 1800+ neighbors who rely on our four food pantries monthly. Keep reading for more terrific events for residents of all ages.

Happy Holidays to everyone!

Newton Community Pride
Newton City Hall
1000 Commonwealth Ave
Sat, Dec. 1
10AM - 4PM

With more than 50 artists participating in our annual, juried craft fair, you are sure to find something spectacular for 
yourself or someone on your holiday gift list.





Newton Cultural Center
at City Hall
1000 Commonwealth Ave
Fri, Dec. 7
6PM

6:00PM: Free Community Sing A Long with the Stacey Peasley Band in the Cultural Center

7:00PM: Refreshments and Tree Lighting with Mayor Fuller on front steps of City Hall. Music provided by Rob's Guitar School, Newto n.

Please help us stuff a police cruiser by bringing unwrapped gifts for children - newborn to age 10 to the event.

Three volunteers are needed to help with this event!
If you are interested, please email Paula Gannon .

Puppet Show!

Thurs, Dec. 27
Newton Cultural Center
at City Hall
1000 Commonwealth Ave
11:00AM & 1:00PM


An underwater fantasy based on Chinese folklore .

Open seating. Advance tickets $8, At door: $10
Purchase tickets on-line  and pay with your credit card or PayP al.

Two volunteers are needed to help with this event!
If you are interested, please email Paula Gannon !

Newton City Hall
1000 Commonwealth Ave
Monday, December 31 
10AM - 12

Bring a food pantry donation to City Hall and enjoy free refreshments, craft making and faceprinting.

T wo volunteers are needed to help with this event! If you are interested, please email Paula Gannon !
Food instability in Newton is growing for children, families and the elderly. Newton has four Food Pantries serving over 1800 residents monthly. Please support our neighbors by donating to the Newton Food Drive. See here for specific donation and food pantry needs.

F or more information please call
617-796-1540
Howard Sholkin & Ruthann Fuller

For almost 30 years, Newton Community Pride, a 501-3-C non-profit, has supported and helped fund many arts, cultural and family events for the City of Newton. These events are funded solely through sponsorships and donations without City funds. If you would like to support events such as fall and spring fairs, the Spelling Bee, concert on the Newton Center green, and July 4 th  fireworks, please consider making a tax-deductible donation.
Please send a check payable to Newton Community Pride: Newton City Hall, 1000 Commonwealth Avenue, Newton, MA 02459 or use your credit card to make a tax deductible donation online.
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Above: Mayor Ruthann Fuller of Newton & Howard Sholkin, President, Newton Community Pride

Thank you to all our sponsors who support Newton Community Pride!
To learn about sponsorship opportunities, please email us .
Newton Community Pride
Newton City Hall
1000 Commonwealth Avenue Room 203
Newton, MA 02459
617-796-1540
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