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  • Community-Based Artwork At Migrant Salon

    For five weeks, December 13 to January 18, Migrant Salon will host what gallery director Allison Hornak is calling “an ongoing, cumulative, community-based artwork.”

    An installation titled “Do Hold Your Breath” will involve a camera, computer, some cloth, nails and ten minutes.

    “To make this piece I need your trust and partnership,” said Ms Hornak. “This will be portraiture with a twist,” she added.

  • Migrant Salon Hopes To Initiate Arts Movement In Sandy Hook Center

    Newtown native Allison Hornak has opened Migrant Salon, located at 117-D Church Hill Road in Sandy Hook Center. But do not expect to find a barbershop chair and hair stylists in this salon.

  • The Top of the Mountain

    Newtown Meals On Wheels (MOW) provides a hot, midday meal for shut-ins or people temporarily or permanently unable to get out, thanks to the many volunteer drivers. But due to retirement or other time conflicts for drivers, the organization is currently in great need of additional drivers, said driver coordinator Colleen Honan. Volunteers are assigned a route consisting of several meal recipients. Most drivers volunteer just once a month, one day of the week.