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Newton Schools Foundation Hosts Evening of Ideas and Community
(NEWTON—Oct. 15) Some of Newton’s most talented, captivating, and forward-thinking individuals will converge on Newton North High School next month for the third annual Newton Inspires—An Evening of Ideas and Community, sponsored by the Newton Schools Foundation (NSF). The free community event will take place Tuesday November 19, 7-9:30 at Newton North High School.
Newtonites representing an array of fields and interest areas will address topics ranging from business, education, science, health and medicine, to journalism, architecture, arts, entertainment and culture. Attendees select three 30-minute speaker sessions from among 19 choices. At the end of the evening, participants and speakers will gather to debrief and reconnect over coffee and dessert.
“Here in Newton we’re extremely fortunate to live and work with an incredible array of interesting individuals,” said Julie Sall, co-president of Newton Schools Foundation (NSF). “NSF is thrilled to be able once again to sponsor an evening where speakers share their talents and insights with our community.”
The impressive speaker line-up includes:
According to Sall, last year more than 400 Newton residents joined neighbors and friends to participate in Newton Inspires. This year the NSF expects capacity at 500. The event is free and open to Newton residents, but speaker sessions fill up quickly, so early registration is recommended. Donations to cover costs are accepted on the website. Click here to register or make a donation.
The Newton Schools Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, founded in 1985, whose mission is to enhance and broaden community support for public education and to provide private funding for enhancement, innovation and challenging programs across a student’s K-12 experiences in the Newton Public Schools.