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  • Something Old, Something New, And Something For Everyone At The Labor Day Parade

    Is there any town that loves its parade more than Newtown? If the thousands of people who turn out to celebrate the end of summer each year are any indication, the answer is “No,” and Parade Committee members are prepared to present another spectacular affair for 2014.

    Preparations for the 53rd Annual Labor Day Parade are right on schedule for the event, said Parade Committee President Beth Caldwell and fellow organizer Robin Buchanan.

  • Sydney Eddison ‘Write On’ For 2014 Labor Day Parade Grand Marshal

    “Write On, Newtown!” is the theme of the upcoming 2014 Newtown Labor Day Parade, Monday, September 1, celebrating the wealth of authors and illustrators who call Newtown home. One of those numerous scribes, Sydney Eddison, has been selected to serve as Grand Marshal of the parade.

  • Parade Committee Announces 2014 Theme And Grand Marshal

    Newtown loves a parade, and there is no parade Newtown loves more than the annual Newtown Labor Day Parade. Determining the parade’s theme and its grand marshal are among the priorities Parade Committee volunteers tackle when planning begins in the dark, cold days of winter.

  • Connections Between Art And The Garden, July 13 In Sandy Hook

    Newtown author Sydney Eddison will open her garden for a tour and to introduce a new series of workshops that make connections between art and the garden. As a former set designer and drama teacher, she has delighted in exploring the close relationship that exists between the two.

    “Because nature is the co-creator of any garden, gardeners can actually fulfill the yearning many of us feel to be artists,” says Mrs Eddison, who lives in Sandy Hook and has agreed to host the special offering on Saturday, July 13.

  • Woman’s Club Invites Interested Women To Attend New Member Meeting

    From left are Newtown Woman’s Club members Judy Rosentel, Jan Happel, Shirley Ferris, Marcia Cavanaugh, Layne Lescault and Nina Morrisson, planning the club’s April meeting. Local gardening expert and author Sydney Eddison will be the guest speaker, and anyone interested in learning more about and perhaps joining the club is invited to attend the program.