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  • From Newtown, Mayors Against Illegal Guns Pushes For Increased Gun Control

    A Mayors Against Illegal Guns rally for increased gun control drew several hundred people to the plaza in front of Edmond Town Hall on Friday morning. Organizers and attendees stopped for a moment of silence at 9:30, listening to the church bells of Trinity Episcopal Church and Newtown Congregational Church during the press conference.

  • ‘Tragedy, Trials & Tribulations: The Grace in Calamities,’ Sunday

    The Al Hedaya Islamic Center in Newtown will host its first conference event on Sunday, May 12. The program, “Tragedy, Trials & Tribulations: The Grace in Calamities,” will be divided in a number of segments, with the first part of the day taking place at Edmond Town Hall and the later portion to be held at The Al Hedaya Islamic Center.

  • Stand Up For Newtown: Free Tickets Available For Comedy Show

    Treehouse Comedy Productions will present "Stand Up For Newtown," a comedy show at Edmond Town Hall on Friday, June 7. Showtime is 9 pm, and admission is free for Newtown residents, teachers and school faculty, and first responders.
     
    Only 400 free tickets were initially available for the show.
  • Community Forum On Violence Prevention May 13

    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.

  • Fifth Annual Brookfield Film Festival: Shorts and To The Point (opening night)

    Fifth Annual Brookfield Film Festival: Shorts and To The Point, 8 pm, Edmond Town Hall (Alexandria Room), 45 Main Street, $15, ten unrated films (live and animated shorts; under age 17 must be accompanied), also live music and refreshments, screenings continue April 6-7, presented by Brookfield Arts Commission; 203-775-2895, brookfieldartscommission.org.

  • Fifth Annual Brookfield Film Festival: Shorts and To The Point (afternoon screening)

    Fifth Annual Brookfield Film Festival: Shorts and To The Point (afternoon screening), 2 pm, Edmond Town Hall (Alexandria Room), 45 Main Street, $15, ten unrated films (live and animated shorts; under age 17 must be accompanied), also live music and refreshments, screenings continue April 7, presented by Brookfield Arts Commission; 203-775-2895, brookfieldartscommission.org.

  • Shake It For Sandy Hook

    Shake It For Sandy Hook, 1-3 pm, Edmond Town Hall, 45 Main Street, $15/advance, $20/door, all ages welcome, no fitness experience necessary for choreographed fitness routines that combine athletic drills, dance moves, strength training and fun that combines old school aerobics, kickboxing and dance moves, presented by VGroove Fitness instructors, space limited, also raffles, angel pins, proceeds to be divided between Sandy Hook Promise (raffles), Sandy Hook Volunteer Fire & Rescue and Hook & Ladder Vol.

  • Raising Funds For A Memorial

  • Newtown Hikers: Seth Low Pierrepoint

    Newtown Hikers: Seth Low Pierrepoint, 10 am, meet at Edmond Town Hall lower rear parking lot, 45 Main Street, free, meet group to carpool to hike site in Ridgefield (call hike leader if meeting elsewhere), children welcome accompanied by adults, bring lunch and beverage, sturdy shoes or boots recommended, call hike leader if weather is questionable, all welcome; 203-438-7963.