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    NEWTON SALUTES! EXHIBITION OPENING CELEBRATION at the Jackson Homestead and Museum

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    March 17, 2013


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     NEWTON SALUTES! EXHIBITION OPENING CELEBRATION at the Jackson Homestead and Museum

    Restoring Farlow Park Bridge and Pond
    In 1880 John Farlow, a successful railroad businessman, donated land
    to the city for the purposes of creating Newton’s first open space for
    recreation and relaxation. The focal point for the park was a pond
    with a handsome Adirondack style bridge, but in the 1950s the water
    was drained from the pond and the deteriorating bridge removed. Join
    us in celebrating the opening of this new exhibit about the history of
    the park and contemporary efforts to restore it.

    For questions, please call Historic Newton at 617.796.1450
    or visit http://www.historicnewton.org
     


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    527 Washington Street
    Newton, MA 02458

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