Cultural Arts Commission

  • A Great Time At The Movies

    To the Editor:

    We had to wait a while for the start of the movie.  It seemed that the free popcorn developed a line from the concession stand, across the lobby and down the side hall.  The wait was well worth it.

    We sat with 181 other attendees who were laughing uproariously along with us. We did find the tombstone with Cary Grant’s real name on it! The fact that a 1944 movie can still do that to us jaded viewers is a testament to the great movie selections made by the Cultural Arts Commission and espe-cially Jen Rogers.

  • A Delightfully Creative Event

    To the Editor:

    Three cheers and a big thank you to the Newtown Cultural Arts Commission for a delightfully creative, and hugely successful event – the 75th anniversary showing of Gone with the Wind and the Red Carpet Event on Sunday November 30th at Edmond Town Hall.

  • One Sunday In Oz

    To the Editor:

    Dorothy and Toto greeted us at the door and we even saw a couple of guests who came in costume. 

  • 2013 Arts Festival Draws A Crowd To Fairfield Hills

    Following Saturday’s rain and winds that interrupted the second annual Newtown Arts Festival at Fairfield Hills, Sunday’s sunshine warmed a large crowd on a brisk fall day.

    Event Chair Terry Sagedy watched as guests perused crafts booths, walked through art exhibits, and children played.