• Euclid Quartet At Edmond Town Hall, November 22

    Celebrating its 17th anniversary season, Euclid Quartet is known for performances filled with passion, virtuosity, and sensitivity. The have captivated audiences and critics across the country, from Carnegie Hall and school classrooms to radio and television broadcasts.

  • Costumes Encouraged: Classic Romantic Comedy Ready To Roll For Sunday Cinema Series

    Blake Edwards’s 1961 romantic comedy Breakfast at Tiffany’s will be shown at 4 and 7 pm Sunday, November 8, at Edmond Town Hall. Costumes are encouraged and awards will be given to the best look-alikes from the film. Jen Rogers, coordinator of the Sunday Cinema Series, is looking forward to Sunday. “There are so many great looks from this film, I can’t wait to see what people choose to wear,” said Ms Rogers, who is also a member of Newtown Cultural Arts Commission. Tickets are $2.

  • Fire Company Ladies Auxiliary Planning Open House

    The Sandy Hook Fire & Rescue Company Ladies Auxiliary is looking for new members. To introduce themselves to the community, and to answer questions about their work, the auxiliary will host an open house on Tuesday, November 10, at 7 pm. After a brief business meeting, members will introduce themselves to guests and explain their role as a support group for the fire company. Auxiliary members do not need to have a relative in the fire company in order to join. Members need to be at least age 19, however.

  • Legal Strategies To Protect Financial & Personal Affairs

    St Rose of Lima Church Outreach Ministry and Visiting Angels will be hosting a free seminar on “Plan, Prepare and Protect — Legal Strategies As We Age.” The workshop will focus on planning to ensure one’s financial and personal affairs will be handled as expected when they are no longer capable to care for themselves. Attorney Ann Fowler-Cruz will present the workshop on Tuesday, November 10. It will begin at 6:30 pm and will take place at the St Rose of Lima Holy Innocents Faith Formation Center, 38B Church Hill Road.

  • Ben’s Bells CT Planning Girls Night Out

    Ben’s Bells Connecticut will host a Girls Night Out on Thursday, November 12, at its new studio, 32 Stony Hill Road. The event will run from 6:30 until 9 pm. Guests will discover the background story and mission of Ben’s Bells and learn about kindness education programming. Guests will also be invited to paint Kindness Coins or beads to be used to create future bells. No artistic ability is needed.

  • NBLA To Host Trail Of Angels Walk, Saturday Morning

    Newtown Bridle Lands Association is inviting the public for a walk along the first phase of the newly established Trail of Angels. Located at The Catherine Violet Hubbard Foundation property, on Old Farm Road within Fairfield Hills, the trail is NBLA’s project in response to the events of 12/14. A walk along the first phase is planned for Saturday, November 7, beginning at 10 am.

  • Ben’s Lighthouse Outreach Trip Information Session Planned

    Ben’s Lighthouse is gearing up to head to Montana next summer, and will take 20 teenagers to help a community impacted by tragedy, for the fourth year in a row. Anyone interested in participating on this trip is invited to attend an informational meeting and application session that will take place Tuesday, November 17, at 7 pm. It will take place at Trinity Episcopal Church, 36 Main Street in Newtown.

  • Annual Flagpole Photographers ‘Newtown & Beyond’ Photo Exhibition Opens November 2

    The Flagpole Photographers Camera Club will be offering an exhibit of  some of the best work of its members during the month of November at Newtown Municipal Center. In this 6th Annual “Newtown & Beyond” Exhibit, many photos of Newtown will be featured, but there will also be photos taken across the country and around the world. The collection will be on view weekdays, but a special Sunday viewing will coincide with the collection's opening reception on November 8.

  • ‘Fall For Bingo’ At St Rose

    November 13 will be “Fall For Bingo” Night at St Rose of Lima. Organizers will celebrate the season with autumn-themed concessions, treats and raffle prizes. Attendees who bring someone new to the monthly event, and therefore help someone else “fall for Bingo,” will also receive a special gift (as will their friend).

  • Yale Alley Cats Returning For Performance At Trinity Church

    The Yale Alley Cats, world renowned men’s a cappella undergraduate singing group from Yale University, will be in concert at Trinity Church, 36 Main Street in Newtown, on  Saturday, November 7, at 7 pm. the concert will feature the Trinity Choristers, a group of young voices conducted by Fiona Smith Sutherland. The hour long concert will be followed by a reception where all guests will be invited to meet and talk with the singers.