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Ages:Toddlers, Kids, Teens
In/Outdoor:Indoor
Cost:Free
Category:Libraries
Other Ideas: Wellesley Free Library; Acton Memorial Library; Arlington, Robbins Library; Somerville Public Library - Main Branch; Concord Public Library

The Newton library is a fun place to find things to do with kids. Enjoy the children's area, computers, story hours and discount museum passes. Kid friendly.

Library Programs:
The Children's Room conducts storytimes for ages two to eight during alternate months throughout the year. Children attend once a week for the four or six week session. As space is limited, it is recommended that interested parties register as soon as possible. Age requirements are firm to be fair to everyone. Storytime Schedule

For information, please call : (617) 796-1370.

Directions
From 128: Exit 24 to Rte 30 East. In just over 3 miles, bear right at light onto Homer St. Library on right.
From Mass. Pike: Exit 17 - middle lane onto Washington St. for 1.3 miles. Left onto Walnut for 1.1 miles to Homer. Right onto Homer. Library on left.
By MBTA: Riverside Green Line to Newton Highlands. Take #59 bus or walk north on Walnut to Homer.

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www.ci.newton.ma.us

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330 Homer St., Newton, MA, 02459 map
Phone: 617-796-1360

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