Plugged In’s Music That Matters (MTM) summer day camp helps young musicians ages 11 to 18 build their musical skills, self-confidence, and self-esteem by removing the kind of academic, athletic, and social competition they often encounter during the school year. This summer day camp, located in Needham, offers a relaxed, non-competitive environment with opportunity for both musical and personal growth. MTM includes all the most popular parts of Plugged In’s Spring and Fall Sessions including band class, songwriting workshops, music video production, offsite events, performance opportunities, and more.
Music That Matters Summer Day Camp
9:00 am – 3:00 pm (late pick up available)
Session 1 – July 10th – July 21st
Session 2 – July 24th – August 4th
For registration or more information visit www.pluggedinband.org.
Founded in 2002, Plugged In now has over 170 students from all over Massachusetts. Some students experience emotional and learning difficulties, such as ADD, depression, and low-self-esteem and/or have special needs such as autism and Asperger’s Syndrome. In the loving and non-competitive atmosphere at Plugged In, all differences are transcended through a shared passion for music, the teamwork involved with using music to help others and an atmosphere of compassion and fun. Plugged In provides a nurturing and supportive community to which young musicians feel a sense of belonging, an opportunity to express and be acknowledged for their musical interests, and a chance to use their music to help others around the world.
Learn essential skills in a fun and safe environment. Work on forearm and overhead passing, setting, attacking, blocking, serving, positional play, and offensive and defensive strategies, integrating games, competitions, and recreational activities. Enjoy a recreational swim period each day. For Grades 3-12.
Garden City Volleyball Camp @ NNHS starts June 26th. See flyer here.
Sign up here: https://registration.xenegrade.com/nce/courseDisplay.cfm?schID=8669.
Time to RELAX and get a massage. All Newton Teachers, Students and Parents enjoy $25.00 off any one hour massage! Call 617-888-1780 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for an appointment.
Dionysia Massage Studio
Lower level of Vaiani & Clarke Salon, 15 Cypress Street
Long-running Art & Music classes for children 18 months to 3½ years (accompanied by an adult) run by the Mayor’s Office for Cultural affairs, in its summer home of Franklin Elementary School in West Newton.
Learning is FUN with music, dance, art, letters and numbers. Music classes develop physical, verbal, memory and musical skills. Art classes widen a child’s curiosity and build fine motor skills. Air conditioned classrooms in which to learn, explore and make new friends – children as well as adults!
Choose from Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays from 9:30 – 11:15 am. Tuesdays: $100 Newton Resident, $120 Non- Resident. Wednesdays & Thursdays: $120 Newton Resident, $140 Non-Resident. Register at www.activityreg.com, click on MA; click on Newton Parks & Recreation; click on Mayor’s Office for Cultural Affairs, click on Time for Partners and choose your day. For more information, call 617-796-1540.
Join the annual Dinner on the Farm, a beautiful evening of fantastic food, breathtaking views of the Newton Community Farm’s fields, and the company of others who share your love of your local community farm.
And new this year…. welcome Chad and Sharon Burns of Farmstead Table, who will be preparing the meal. They are designing a special menu, highlighting fresh produce from the farm.
The registration deadline is July 5th. $75.00 for Friends of the Farm, and $85.00 for non-Friends of the Farm. Your ticket covers the cost of the dinner, and an additional contribution to NCF education programs. Please visit the website for information and registration.
July 10th, 6:30 to 8:30 pm
Come to a fun evening of football and cheer drills! Have any questions about the league? NMYFC Board Members will be there to answer any of your questions. Stop by the sign-up station for any registration concerns.
Special Appearances from: Boston College Football Coach and Players, Scott Lennon, 98.5, The Gronk Party bus
June 22nd, 6:00 – 8:00 pm
Newton North Field
Registration is now open for Newton Kindergarten Soccer. The fall program is for those children currently in kindergarten in 2017-2018. The games will be at Oak Hill Middle School beginning in September. To be eligible, children must live or attend school in Newton, including private schools. To find out more or to register, please visit http://kindergartensoccer.org/.
Newton Kindergarten Soccer, run by the Zervas PTO, is an introduction to soccer with a focus on making friends, learning teamwork, and developing confidence. Each spring, over 250 incoming kindergarteners and 200 current kindergarteners throughout Newton play in the league.
Players are grouped with other children who either live in the same neighborhood or who attend the same school for kindergarten, so that incoming kindergartners can meet future classmates.
Note that Lincoln-Eliot and Burr families generally participate in Garden City Soccer, and that Memorial Spaulding usually has its own program.
Registration is open for Newton Girls Soccer Fall 2017 Juniors and City Programs
Newton Girls Soccer (NGS), the largest girls soccer club in New England, is now accepting registrations for their Juniors and City programs.
The NGS Juniors Program is for girls in grades K-2. The NGS City Program is for girls in grades 3-9. Both programs offer a recreation-focused soccer experience that emphasizes fun, health and exercise, skills development, and teamwork. Players of all skill levels are welcome to register. For detailed descriptions of our programs, visit our website and check out this handy summary.
The fall registration fee is $130.00. Juniors and City Registration is ongoing until August 1st. While you can still register after August 1, but we cannot guarantee placement on a team or friend requests and a $25 late fee will apply. For more details, go to 2017 Fall City Registration.
REGISTER TODAY Questions? Email email@example.com.
The Highlands Afterschool Program, located in the heart of Newton Highlands Village, has openings next year. It offers a safe, supervised enriching after school environment that meets the needs of middle school children attending Oak Hill and Brown. Activities include sports, arts, cooking, science, homework, field trips, team building and community service.
The program’s home base is at the Brigham House and they also use the Hyde Gym. Transportation is arranged from the middle schools on school buses. Please visit www.highlandsafterschool.org, call 617-999-4617 or email
Summer is a great time for rising high school seniors to begin work on their college essay. Jane Hirschhorn, an expert writing coach with more than 20 years of experience, will offer tips for students to get started on this critical part of the college application.
Her talk will take place at the Newton Free Library, 330 Homer Street, on June 29th at 7:30 pm. All are welcome. For more information or to sign up in advance, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.