Auburndale understood to longtime homeowners similarly as “The Dale”, is just amongst the 13 communities within the city of Newton, Massachusetts. It exists at the western end of Newton near the crossway of interstate highways 90 as well as additionally 95. It is bisected by the Massachusetts Turnpike (Interstate 90). Auburndale is bordered by 3 other Newton towns (West Newton, Waban, and also Newton Lower Falls) in addition to the city of Waltham as well as the Charles River. Auburndale is the home of Williams along with Burr primary school, as well as Lasell College.
Auburndale Square is the place of the Plummer Memorial Collection, which is run by the Auburndale Area Collection and additionally no more connected with the Newton Free Collection, the Turtle Lane Playhouse, and also many community organization.
The actually first significant settler in the area was William Robinson that created a home in 1678 on what is presently Freeman Road. The earliest home in Auburndale stands at 473 Auburn Road along with was built in 1730 by William Robinson.
Auburndale, as quickly as billed as Auburndale-on-the-Charles, was the residence of Norumbega Park which confined 1963. The park consisted of journeys, a zoo, and likewise boating. The nationally-famous big band location Symbol Write-up Ballroom was connected with Norumbega Park in addition to enclosed 1964. The area presently consists of over 80 acres of conservation land in addition to ease of access to the Charles River.