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Call for Local Artists!
CELEBRATE NEWTON CRAFT FAIR IS DECEMBER 2, 2012.
Newton Community Education would like to invite all Newton artists to apply for a display spot at this year's Celebrate Newton crafts fair, to be held on December 2nd, 2012 at Newton South High School.
Celebrate Newton is an annual juried arts and crafts fair that honors the work of outstanding artisans who are residents of Newton or are in some other way connected to the city. Over 50 artisans display and sell their work at the fair; they include weavers, jewelers, quilters, potters, printers, photographers and more. Live music, food, and crafts activities for kids make the fair a wonderful, warm family event. Applications are available on our website www.celebratenewton.com
This citywide event is sponsored by Newton Community Education, a self-sustaining arm of Newton Public Schools that offers a large variety of classes for both children and adults. Proceeds will benefit our scholarship fund and will help us to grow our program of course offerings.
There is a cost to participate in Celebrate Newton. Please go to the website to download an application.
If you don't live in Newton would like to apply please send us your application.
|Where||Newton South High School 140 Brandeis Rd, Newton Center, MA 02459|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Who to bring||College Students, Moms, Dads, Singles, Seniors|
More About Newton South High School
Located in Newton Center, Newton South High School is one of two public high schools in Newton, with the other being Newton North High School in Newtonville. Most students that attend Newton South come from Brown and Oak Hill Middle Schools which are located just on the other side of the high school's athletic fields.
Students at the school have access to a wide range of AP courses and electives, preparing them for a life of higher education and success after high school. The student body is broken up into four "houses" -- Goldrick House, Goodwin House, Cutler House and Wheeler House -- each with its own housemaster, secretary and guidance counselors.
Newton South High School is a half-mile walk to the #52 bus, which stops at the intersection of Parker Street and Roosevelt Road.
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