It’s time to celebrate at Crystal Lake’s Levingston Cove. Join the Newton Parks, Recreation & Culture Department on Wednesday, Nov. 15 at 3:00 p.m. for the ribbon-cutting of the beautiful new level walking pathways, the universally accessible new fishing platform and seating areas, major storm-water management improvements and lots of new native plants. Gather at Levingston Cove at Crystal Lake, Lake Avenue, Newton Highlands. Come a little early to hear some musical entertainment from the City Hall Strummers, Newton’s own ukulele ensemble, perform a few numbers. The weather should be nice and parking is available on nearby streets.
Read all about this project is last year’s article, “Levingston Cove: Improving Recreational
Offerings, Enhancing Wildlife Habitat”, by Newton PRC’s Director of Parks and Open Space, Luis Perez Demorizi in our Newton Conservators Newsletter.
Also check out the detailed project information on the City’s website at https://www.newtonma.gov/government/parks-recreation-culture/parks-open-space (Click Louise Levingston Cove).