Newton Calendar for September, 2002

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  • Wednesday, September 4, at 9:30 a.m.: Meeting of the Greater Boston Seniors Computer Group. George Martins will tell all you want to know about "Great Google".

    The GBSCG does not provide computer classes. Dues are $3 per meeting or $20 per year. For further information, please contact Eve Welts, (781) 894-4948, or go to their Web Page.

    For information about computer classes, call the Newton Senior Center, (617) 552-7178.

  • Tuesday, September 10, at 7:15 p.m.: Meeting of the Friends of Hemlock Gorge at the Emerson School, Pettee Street, Newton Upper Falls.
  • Wednesday, September 11 September 11th Commemorations:
    • The Jackson Homestead remembers September 11, 2001 with free admission. A blank journal will be available during the month for those wishing to record their thoughts and have them become a part of The Homestead's collection, and will also be accepting donations of mementos, news clippings, oral histories, and personal items that relate to this tragic event to be preserved at the museum.
    • At 1:30 p.m.: City wide commemorative ceremony outside the War Memorial Auditorium at City Hall (weather permitting; if rain, the program will be held inside the War Memorial Auditorium)
  • Sunday, September 15, 2:00 p.m. -- 5:00 p.m.: Research Sunday at The Jackson Homestead Museum
  • Tuesday, September 17: Primary Elections for U.S. Congressional, statewide, and state district offices. See the Fall 2002 Elections page for a list of candidates for Newton's state legislature representatives.
  • Wednesday, September 18, 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.: 2nd Annual Citywide Volunteer Fair, at the Newton Main Library.
  • Saturday, September 21, at 10:30 a.m.: Walking tour of West Newton. Presented by the Jackson Homestead and the Mayor's Office for Cultural Affairs.

    Once known as "Squash-End", West Newton consisted of only a few buildings and several small farms. The village was, however, located on the Natick Road (now Washington Street) and became a popular stop for travelers to the area's western communities. From 1848 to 1932, West Newton was the center of Newton government.

    Meet in Ryan Memorial Park next to the Police Station at the corner of Washington and Cherry Streets. Parking is available in the public lot off Cherry St. No admission charge for attending the walk.

  • Saturday September 28, 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.: Newton Country Player's Yard Sale. At the Windsor Club, 1601 Beacon Street, Waban.

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