Category Archives: Just For Fun

Pesticide-free Zone Pesticide-free zones are important for the health of children, families, pets, the environment and the community. Show that your yard is a nature nurturing habitat with one of these eye catching “Pesticide-Free Zone” signs. Eight inches in diameter, … Read More

The environmental crisis is multifactorial: consumerism, pollution, extreme weather, loss of biodiversity, and other catastrophes – too complex, too intertwined, but above all, too urgent. A collective problem that requires collective solutions. The eco-minded artists featured in the i3C (Inspiring … Read More

Saturday, April 6 from 3-5pm. Newtonville. The Dahl * Kuczewski family is hosting the next Green Newton neighborhood house party–stop by and say hello! Stay and learn how to reduce or eliminate gas and oil, find out about incentives and … Read More

Sunday, March 24 7-8pm. Online. Join the Sierra Club as they show you how to make delicious healthy plant-based food at home. In this free session, Chef Jay, a 30-year veteran of the restaurant industry and cooking teacher based in … Read More

Plant-based food blogger Marla Felcher has created  The 14-Day Greener Plate Challenge, a free, low-lift, online campaign to help us along a sustainable eating journey.  From February 9-23, the campaign will educate participants in a fun, engaging way, about the … Read More

Saturday, February 3 at 10:30am. Children’s Program Room, Newton Free Library (330 Homer St., Newton). Bring your stuffie for songs, stories, and repairs. The stuffie hospital will restuff, stitch up tears, glue noses back on, and get your stuffie ready … Read More