Newtonville Village Day & Jazz Festival

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Sunday, September 29th

Bullough’s Pond Fair: 8:30am – Noon

All are invited to the first ever Bullough’s Pond Fair located on picturesque Bullough’s Pond in Newtonville. Sponsored by the Bullough’s Pond Association, there are free activities for everyone: including guided birdwatching, fly fishing, en plein air painting lesson, a model yacht regatta, arts & crafts for kids, music, an art show and a sponsored fundraising kayak race. Visit for a full schedule of events.

Jazz Festival & Street Fair: Noon – 5pm

The fun doesn’t end there. The day goes into full swing with the Newtonville Jazz Festival and Street Fair. Walnut Street in Newtonville is closing to traffic from Washington Street to Highland Street, and will be transformed into a jazz festival and lively street fair.

With over 80 craft and informational booths, kettle corn, face painting, two sound stages, a street mural painting project for anyone to participate in, free activities for kids, Open Houses at the New Art Center and at the Norumbega Fraternity Lodge of Masons and the Grand Opening of the voting booth for Newtonville residents to vote for their first Neighborhood Area Council.  The Walnut Street Sound stage features an excellent line-up of jazz musicians, presented by New England Jazz Productions, and the Austin Street stage showcases several local dance studios. Visit for the schedule.  Discover Newtonville, and all the merchants and businesses that will open their doors to welcome neighbors and visitors!

Newtonville Village Day is sponsored by Newton Community Pride sustaining sponsors, with gold sponsorship by Cambridge Savings Bank, Belmont Savings Bank, Dwell 360 and The Village Bank.


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