Bella Nail Spa, 266 South Main Street, in the Plaza South, is building its local clientele, said Kenny Kong, and attracting clients from the Danbury Bella Nail Spa location that he and wife, Lily Liu, also operate.
“Some of our Danbury clients who live near Newtown find this location more convenient,” said Mr Kong.
Sandy Hook Cub Scout Pack 170 is inviting all boys entering first through fourth grade to join their Pack. Registration will take place on Wednesday, May 15, at Rauner Hall in Newtown United Methodist Church, 92 Church Hill Road in Sandy Hook, from 6:30 to 8 pm.
In addition to registering new scouts, the Pack will also be reregistering current scouts for the 2013-14 Scout year. Registration is $55 (cash or check payable to Pack 170). For the optional subscription to Boys’ Life magazine, please add $20 ($12 if new to scouting).
Newtown’s five fire companies are coordinating efforts to present The Green Ribbon Ride, a motorcycle ride on Sunday, May 5, that will raise money for a number of local funds. The police-escorted ride, according to organizers, will be done “to remember and honor Newtown’s 26 angels.”
In a major effort to educate the public on the importance of linking data together regarding 31 school shootings and/or school-related acts of violence and their association with psychiatric drugs, a national parent rights organization, Ablechild, will host a forum on mental health and the importance of informed consent.
This month’s meeting of Newtown Genealogy Club will be held on Wednesday, May 8, at C.H. Booth Library, 25 Main Street in Newtown.
The meeting starts at 7 pm and as always, is open to non-members free of charge.
This month’s speaker is Joseph Camposeo, who has been Town Clerk of Manchester since 1996. Prior to being elected, he served as both a member and secretary for the town’s Board of Directors, and member of the Board of Education from 1978 until 1988.
TRUMBULL — A craft and gift fair hosted by the Sisterhood groups from Adath Israel of Newtown and B’nai Torah in Trumbull will be presented Sunday, May 5, at B’nai Torah, 5700 Main Street.
An afternoon of shopping and pampering will be offered from 1 to 4 pm. Admission is free. There will be a wide variety of vendors, offering jewelry, Scentsy wickless candles, hand crafted mosaic items, Tupperware and Arbonne items, and much more.