Hi, my name is Lori Lass and my husband Eric and I have been donors and volunteers for Newton Community Pride since 1999.
Phil Dawes has been a donor and volunteer Board member for the past three years. Here's what he has to say about his involvement with Newton Community Pride. Thank you for your support for more arts & culture, beautification and service in Newton, Phil!
Newton, MA --January 22, 2021—Newton Community Pride (NCP) announces the election of new leadership to continue to strengthen its organization to support arts, culture and community programming the city of Newton has grown to love and enjoy.
The annual celebration will look different this year, but will nonetheless be full of excitement and community engagement in a drive through COVID safe manner.
There are 2500 fire hydrants in Newton and resident David Porat wants to turn rust into red. With the help of Dana Hanson in the mayor’s office and Newton's Parks, Recreation and Culture, Porat has the supplies he needs. A former engineer, [...]
Austin Street Partners, in conjunction with the New Art Center, the Newtonville Area Council, and Newton Community Pride, is pleased to announce that Destiny Palmer, a Boston-area artist, has been selected as the winner of the 28 Austin Mural Competition. Ms. Palmer’s winning entry will be located on the brick wall facing the newly created 28 Austin Plaza in Newtonville, MA. The plaza was designed as a community gathering place [...]
Susan and The Village Bank are our lead sponsor and have been a constant source of support of our events over the years. Here's what Susan has to say about her involvement with Newton Community Pride.
John Rice has been very active in our community for over 20 years and now serves on the Newton Community Pride Board. He has been integral in planning our Drive-In Movies Events. Thank you, John! Read what John has to say about his volunteer experience [...]
The beautification committee reports that the Newton Centre Garden is in full bloom. Read about it and all the blooming flowers in Newton. Read More [...]
Watch all the progress that the Newton Cultural Alliance has made on the Nathaniel Allen House [...]