This weekend is expected to bring a little rain (like every weekend lately) but it’s also promising sun and warmth, so it will be a mixed bag.
And it’s the weekend before Halloween, so there are lots of decorations and displays to check out when you’re traveling around the city. Make sure to be on the lookout Saturday for the kids decorating windows around the city.
Here are five things to do in Newton this weekend.
Friday, Oct. 27
- At 11 a.m., the Con Brio Club at All Newton Music School will present a concert, “Make Way for Mozart,” featuring the famous Clarinet Quintet. The event will have coffee, a light lunch and live music with storytelling celebrating the life and work of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
- At 6 p.m., United Parish of Auburndale will host Pumpkin Patch After Dark, a pizza party featuring pumpkin carving and decorating. Guests are invited to bring a pumpkin and carving tools to help create a festive Halloween display.
Saturday, Oct. 28
- From 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., the First Unitarian Universalist Society in Newton will host its annual yard sale. There will be new and gently used items including toys, games, household items, art, collectibles, kitchen gadgets, electronics, pet items and much more.
- From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., the city is having its annual Halloween window decorating event. Newton students will paint Halloween-themed displays on participating businesses’ windows in six villages across Newton. Kids must be accompanied by an adult.
Sunday, Oct. 29
- From noon to 4 p.m., the New Art Center will host a Dia de los Muertos Community Cultural Day celebration at 61 Washington Park. Guest artists and performers will be there celebrating the Mexican holy day, honoring loved ones who have passed on with music, dancing and art projects. Attendance is free.
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