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We host events throughout the year in addition to our annual Ceremonial Celebrations.


This image depicts Indigenous Peoples Day Newton’s logo with 3 feathers at the top & the words “Indigenous Peoples Day” below it. In the center of this image are wampum beads in various shades of purple with the date “October 9th 2023” & location “Albemarle Field, Newton, MA” intertwined. At the bottom it says “Vend. Sponsor. Donate. Volunteer. Attend.” on the left & “Learn more at” with a QR code on the right.
Indigenous Peoples Day Ceremonial Celebration

11 AM-5 PM

Albemarle Park

Newton, MA

Join us for our 3rd annual Ceremonial Celebration to celebrate Indigenous peoples & voices on Indigenous Peoples Day in Newton, MA!


All are welcome to this free, family-friendly, day-long event featuring music, speeches, performances, Indigenous-owned businesses, community organizations, & delicious food.


We can't wait to see you there!

This graphic says “Calling all Indigenous LGBTQ+, Indigiqueer, & Two-Spirit folks” at the top & below says “March with IPDN in the Boston Pride Parade!” Below this are three hands holding up signs that say “Protect Two-Spirit Youth!” “You Are Marching On Native Land!” & “Our Lives Are Sacred!” There are feathers with the rainbow pride flag & trans pride flag colors attached to the signs. At the bottom it says “Learn more & sign up:”
Image description: This graphic depicts a photo of Chef Elena Terry with the words “Honoring Our Ancestors Dinner with Chef Terry” next to it. Below this, it says “May 06 6:30P - Eliot Church of Newton, UCC 474 Centre St. Newton, MA 02458. Learn more & register:”

To the left of the graphic are hand drawings of corn, squash, asparagus, & wild rice.

At the bottom of the graphic are logos for Indigenous Peoples Day Newton, NOPI - Nonprofit Incubator, & The Eliot Church of Newton next to hand drawings of a cranberry, raspberry, elderberry, & gooseberry.
This image has a hand drawing of a child skiing on the left and on the right it says "Intertribal Youth Ski Trip - An opportunity for Indigenous youth to experience a new relationship with the land by learning how to ski or snowboard!" At the bottom it says "March 11, 2023 Whaleback Mountain, NH" along with "Thank you to our donors!" and "Photo by Robert Peters, Mashpee Wampanoag Artist, Poet, & Author"
The top of this graphic says “Reclaiming the Charles Intertribal Canoe Paddle” with a hand-drawn photo below it of the river with surrounding trees, a mishoon, & a view from behind of two people on a log. To the right it has the date & time (Sun, June 25, 2023 10 AM-2 PM), location (Charles River Canoe & Kayak: Nahant Park), & states that all skill levels are welcome.

Below there are four bubbles that say “Hear from local & national indigenous environmental leaders,” “Learn how to help advocate for river restoration,” “Learn Indigenous histories,” & “Connect with the river & enjoy a fun day outdoors.”

Below the bubbles there is the link to register ( & it says “Limited spots available.” Below is the contact person for questions, Hartman Deetz.

At the bottom of the graphic it says “Organized by the Charles River Watershed Association. Your donations support Indigenous Peoples Day Newton.”
This image says "The Bounty of the Season: A Wampanoag Dinner by Chef Pocknett" at the top with a photo of Chef Pocket on the right and a photo of one of her dishes below.
This image says "Movie Night: Te Ata" happening on Friday, July 22, 2022.
This image says "August Moon Gathering" happening on August 19, 2022.
This image says "Indigenous Peoples Day Newton Ceremonial Celebration" happening on Monday, October 10, 2022.
This image says "Water Protection Rights and Spirituality" happening on Tuesday, October 18, 2022.
This image says "Fundraiser for Newton's 1st Official Indigenous Peoples Day Celebration" happening on June 25, 2021.
This image says "Indigenous Peoples Day Newton Film Friday Fundraiser" happening on August 20, 2021.
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