|The City of Newton maintains numerous centers and resources that support and enhance cultural life in Newton for its residents, friends and tourists. Take some time to explore these various community resources.
City of Newton - Cultural Affairs
To provide traditional and innovative recreation, leisure and cultural activities in a quality environment to all residents of Newton.
Newton Cultural Council
The local agency of the Massachusetts Cultural Council, it serves the Newton community by providing local grants for projects.
The mission of the Newton Free Library is to provide in an accessible and equitable manner the widest possible range of library services for the informational, educational, cultural and recreational enrichment of all members of the Newton Community.
Newton - Needham Chamber of Commerce
Business people, residents and visitors alike are welcome to browse our site and find information on doing business locally, utilizing Chamber services, finding out what’s happening in the community or deciding where to eat out tonight.
Newton Senior Services
The Nationally Accredited Newton Senior Center is a vibrant community where people gather in an atmosphere that promotes and utilizes life experiences and skills.
Offers news from The Newton Tab and The Daily News Tribune
NewTV is the "nickname" for the Newton Communications Access Center (NCAC) - the public, educational and governmental access TV studio and computer resource center in Newton, Massachusetts. NewTV is dedicated to providing a means to strengthen the community by enabling people to use electronic media.
The West Suburban YMCA was established in 1877 and our building on 276 Church Street opened in 1911. We have continued to expand our facilities and add new programs to stay current with the needs of our community. In the 1980s, we expanded our service area beyond Newton to include Weston, Wellesley, Watertown and Belmont.