The Sandy Hook Healing Project will return to the Newtown community this weekend to continue its series of workshops on navigating the unknown. Organizers would like to invite the public on Saturday, March 16, from 1 to 3 pm, in the Old Court Room of Edmond Town Hall, 45 Main Street. A second workshop, for the high school community, will be held the following afternoon in the same location.
The Princess Ball was founded in 2002, said co-founder Elizabeth Joyce of Ridgefield, and the first father-daughter formal dance was held at Ridgefield Community Center in March 2003. “I had two wonderful father-daughter dances with my own dad as a ...
The next meeting of Newtown Genealogy Club will be on Wednesday, March 13, at 7 pm, at C.H. Booth Library. The guest speaker will be Toni McKeen, with “Tips & Tricks for Using Ancestry.com Successfully."
Sandy Hook Promise will host a special presentation, "Violence, Loss and Emotional Healing: A Buddhist Perspective," on Wednesday, March 13, at 7 pm at Congregation Adath Israel. The lecture will consist of presentations by four panelists: two Tibetan Buddhist lamas (teachers) involved as chaplains and in chaplaincy training, and two students of Buddhism with extensive personal and/or professional experience in dealing with violence and its aftereffects.
The Sandy-Hook based Leaps of Faith Disabled Skiers (LOF) hit the slopes on Tuesday, February 26 at Mt. Southington.
The skiers and LOF volunteers had a “great” afternoon, said Leaps of Faith President Joel Zeisler. “This snow ski clinic was our most successful event to date.” Attendance was sold out, and children, adults, and veterans with disabilities learned to ski.
The Sandy Hook Arts Center for Kids (SHACK) is an arts center working to bringing healing through the arts to the children of Sandy Hook and Newtown through art therapy, music therapy, pet therapy, and other creative mediums such as music, art, theater, dance, and more.
A community desire to lift up the families of Newtown has brought children’s museums throughout the state and region together to offer a series of free programs titled “Museums. Love. Newtown.” at C.H. Booth Library.