Newton Day coming in June

Vendors invited


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The Town of Newton and The Greater Newton Chamber of Commerce will once again bring the Annual Newton Day Festival to the streets on Saturday, June 9, 2018. The day begins on Spring Street at 11:00 AM and moves to Memory Park at 4:30 PM. This is a fun-filled day, with a variety of free entertainment for families. Beginning on Spring Street there will be vendors and non-profit agencies offering shopping, food, fun and information. DJ RC Mixers will entertain throughout the day. There will be presentations by Mad Science, Rizzo’s Reptiles, and other entertainments. Back again is the ‘Homemade’ Merry-Go-Round offering free rides to kids. In the evening the event moves to Memory Park. New this year we host a ‘Battle of the Bands’ with the winner getting at recording session at Ponderosa Studios. Old-fashion field day games, inflatables, vendors, and food. The evening will end with a grand Fireworks Finale. Come out and join us for some good old fashion family fun.

If you are vendor and interested in participating either on Spring Street or at Memory Park please contact the Greater Newton Chamber of Commerce at 973-300-0433 or email info@greaternewtoncc.com. Information is also available on our website at www.greaternewtoncc.com.



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