The Games are over, destroyed forever by a young woman's courage and determination, but the war for freedom continues as Katniss (Lawrence) becomes the symbol "Mockingjar," the catalyst for the rebellion in this penultimate chapter of the Hunger Games trilogy.
ALSO AT EDMOND TOWN HALL:
“Our Toxic World: Dealing with Disease and Cancer”
Friday, Febraury 27, 7 pm (Alexandria Room): $15/advance, $20/door, presentation by Brian Clement, PhD, ND (director, Hippocrates Health Institute), on maintaining a strong immune system and a clear mind to follow a path to achieve optimum health, Q&A to follow, co-hosted by Catch A Heathy Habit Café and Our Future Right Now; 203-292-8190, www.catchahealthyhabit.com.
2nd Annual Wine & Beer Tasting
Friday, March 13, 7-10 pm (Alexandria Room): $35/advance, $40/door, tastings of 30 wines and 10 beers, also appetizers and dessert bar, silent auction, fundraiser for NHS Varsity Winter Guard hosted by Winter Guard Parents; email@example.com.
Sunday, March 15, 3 pm(ETH Theatre): $25, free for children grades K-12 with ticket-holding adult, works of Theofanidis, Schubert, Janacek and Beethoven, informal reception to follow, hosted by Newtown Friends of Music; 203-426-6470, NewtownFriendsofMusic.org.
2nd Annual Martini Madness Tasting & Competition
Wednesday, March 25, 6-10 pm (gymnsium): $25/advance ($30 day of event), $10 designated drivers ($15 day of), sample and vote on cocktails by local mixologists, also hors d'oeuvres and non-alcoholic drinks, music provided by DJ, dance party and more, hosted by Newtown Chamber of Commerce, reservations requested; 203-426-9193, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dorian Wind Quintet with guest pianist Spencer Myer
Sunday, April 12, 3 pm(ETH Theatre): $25, free for children grades K-12 with ticket-holding adult, works of Bach, Hoiby, Perle and Poulenc, informal reception to follow, hosted by Newtown Friends of Music; 203-426-6470, NewtownFriendsofMusic.org.