Casey Movers moving company wants to help customers meet new people and learn more about their new town. The Newton, MA area has many great places. Here we share information so we can learn or be reminded of the hot spots found in Newton’s neighborhood.
Newton Massachusetts is a wonderful community. It’s full of great places, fun events and friendly people! If you’re a customer of Casey Mover’s moving company and you’ve moved to this favored town, you may be interested in becoming more acquainted with the great hot spots in the area. Here are some resources for you to get know your new neighborhood and explore! You’re on your way to discovering what makes this beautiful town so special!
If you’re getting ready to move Casey Movers, serving Newton Ma and surrounding towns, wants the opportunity to help you. They are a moving company that cares about delivering the best possible service, before, during and after very move!
Meets ups are a great way to get to know the people in your community that have similar interests. There are meets up for almost every type of social activity. Here are a few listed to get you on your way to meeting new friends. Many life long friendships have been started in toddler meet ups and other social meet groups!
Newton Area Social Group
Meeting new people and networking with others from Newton and surrounding cities
Bouncing Babies and Tumbling Tots in Newton
For toddler and their parents! Bring your children to their facility, pack a snack and spend an hour! You’ll enjoy the non-structured “open play” that includes obstacle courses and gymnastics style development activities.
Nothing beats fresh vegetables from the farm or visiting a farmer’s market on a sunny morning! Take advantage of Newton’s farm fresh produce by visiting these locations.
Hyde Community Center, 90 Lincoln St, Newton Highlands,
1:00pm-5:00pm on Tuesdays Season: Fall into Summer
Outdoor Summer Markets
New Cold Spring Park, 1200 Beacon Street
Open June through October
1:30pm– 6:00pm on Tuesdays
Elm Street, West Newton
Open July through October
10:00am-2:00pm oN Saturdays
Whether you’re looking for a sunny grassy spot to visit on a warm spring day or want a way to connect to nature, Newton bountiful land has options for you! Enjoy an afternoon on the river, have a picnic at the park or just enjoy the views. Listed are some much see sections of town!
Hammond Pond Reservation
Hammond Pond Parkway, Newton 617-333-7404
Charles River Canoe & Kayak
A455 Nahanton Street, Newton, MA 02459 617) 965-5110
Cutler Park Website
Kendrick Street, Newton, MA 02461 (617) 333-7404
Newton’s rich history can be visited in books, museums and historic houses. Below you’ll find a couple of locations that offer a look into history through sites and stories. You may also learn more about historic Newton on social media.
Jackson Homestead and Museum
527 Washington Street, Newton, MA 02458 (617) 796-1450
Durant-Kenrick House & Grounds
286 Waverley Avenue Newton, MA 02458 (617) 641-9142
Parents are always looking for places to visit with children. Newton has many options for parents with young children. This community offers many ways to enjoy time with the family. If your family enjoy crafts and games – these are all must-see spots of town!
The Kids Place
15 Highland Place, Needham, MA 02492 (781) 444-2325
Interactive craft studio for kids of all ages
Newton Sewing Studio
S161 North Street, Newtonville, MA 02460( 617) 213-0344
Specializing in making sewing easy and accessible for kids and adults 5 and up
The Gaming Center
396 Watertown Street, Newton, MA 02458 (857) 404-0255
Offering a virtual-reality and gaming center
Moving Tips from Casey Movers. Casey Moving & Storage Company has served Massachusetts for over 20 years! Call for a free estimate 1-800-482-8828
Moving with children is challenging. There are steps you can take that help with this time of transition. First, to get your children excited about the move. Explain, show or visit areas of interest in their new neighborhood. Throw a “first night” party and involve them in the planning. Give your kid’s job that pertain to moving. Whether you involve them in packing or a creating list, make it fun! Finally, create a memory book of their old home. This can help with the saying goodbye to the old environment and it also serves as a way to revisit. Once moved, unpack your children’s belongs first and make new connections and friendships a priority so children have a chance to quickly start meeting new friends!