The Newtown Junior Women’s Club (NJWC) is pleased to announce it will host international comic bubble artist Casey Carle, the mastermind of Bubblemania!, on Saturday, April 27, at Edmond Town Hall. This soapy spectacular combines visual comedy, quick wit, and Big Band music...
The Brooklyn-based Imagine Project will present a free theater workshop for Sandy Hook and Newtown children ages 5-18 during spring break week, April 14-19, from 1 to 4 pm each day, at The Sandy Hook Arts Center for Kids (SHACK).
The Imagine Project Inc, a not for profit 501(c)(3) corporation, was founded by Bill Bartlett in 1992 and is dedicated to nurturing a child’s creativity through the arts.
Newtown Continuing Education announced this week it has limited openings available in the following classes. “Life Energies,” to be offered on Wednesday, April 10, from 6:30 to 8:30 pm, will help coursegoers sense and change energies in everyda...
For the fifth consecutive season, Aquarion Water Company will issue free fishing permits to any unemployed person over the age of 18. Veterans and active duty service members will also be included in this year’s program.
Newtown Cultural Arts Commission (NCAC), Cultural Alliance of Western Connecticut, and The Connecticut Office of the Arts have come together to create HealingNewtown Arts Space at 5 Queen Street. New events added to the art space's schedule include a mask performance by The Masque Theatre Company, and a card making workshop for ages 9-14.
Newtown Historical Society will host a pair of events on Sunday, April 7. At Newtown Meeting House, 31 Main Street, appraisers with various specialties will be available to help visitors identify and appraise antique items. Diagonally across the street, the historical society will host an open house at its headquarters, The Matthew Curtiss House.
George A. Powell American Legion and Auxiliary of Newtown will sponsor a Create a Bear event on Saturday, April 13, for children who live in Newtown and Sandy Hook. This special event is being made possible through the efforts of Jeffrey Craddoc (The Bear Man), a disabled veteran and an American Legion member who opened his Create-A-Bear store in 2004 and is always looking for ways to make a difference with his bears.
Five decades after being an American Field Service student from Newtown High School, Sas Carey is still traveling.
Now Wren Song Press has published Ms Carey’s experiences in a book, "Reindeer Herders in My Heart: Stories of Healing Journeys in Mongolia." Ms Carey will be at Byrd’s Books in Bethel to offer an author’s talk and a reading from her book on Tuesday, April 16. In addition, she will present slides and videos from her travels.
The Newtown Juggling & Circus Arts Club will be meeting from 3 to 5 pm on Saturday, April 6, at The Pleasance. The club is an open group for anyone interested in juggling and other circus arts/flow arts.