• Flagpole Photographers Meeting, Program Updates

    On Thursday, March 19, Flagpole Photographers Camera Club will host a general meeting and photo competition. March’s assigned subject is “Bridges.” Club members will be challenged to showcase their creativity for capturing various various photography of bridges. There will also be competitions in Digital, Black & White and Open Color. In April, the club will be hosting a unique two-part photography event held on Friday, April 11 and Saturday, April 12. Flagpole Photographers will be hosting a “Black and White” seminar and workshop presented by New England Photo Workshops, with guest speakers Don Toothaker and Bob Ring.

  • Library Program To Address Tech Questions

    Bestselling author Abby Stokes will be at C.H. Booth Library on Thursday, April 9, to help “digital immigrants” understand the fast-changing world of technology. For those Baby Boomers (and beyond) not born with a keyboard or mouse in their hand, Ms Stokes will comprehensive and jargon-free information with a reassuring and friendly approach.

  • Comedy Night Planned At Adath Israel

    Congregation Adath Israel will host a night of comedy with Rabbi Sim Glaser, to take place on Sunday, March 15, at 7 pm. Rabbi Glaser has performed at the Twin Cities Jewish Humor Festival for five years running, with sold out shows. He has delighted his synagogue with his own “Late Night with Rabbi Glaser” productions. Sunday's performance will be suitable for adults and older teens.

  • Learn To Shoot & Edit Video With Your Smartphone

    Just in time for graduations, weddings, and other memorable special events, C.H. Booth Library will offer a three-hour, hands-on workshop “Learn to Shoot & Edit Video With Your Smartphone.” The free program will take place Sunday, April 12, from 1 to 4 pm.

  • 2nd Annual James Mattioli 5K, March 21 In Milford

    Runners and walkers are invited to flood the streets of Milford on Saturday, March 21, to honor the memory of James Mattioli on the weekend of his birthday. Proceeds from the race will benefit The James R. Mattioli Scholarship Fund, set up by James’s parents, Cindy and Mark Mattioli. Two scholarships will be awarded this spring, at Milford’s two public high schools — Jonathan Law High School and Joseph Foran High School — in memory of James.

  • Henschel Quartett Planning Program With Several Centuries Of Work

    The year 1994 marked the foundation of the Henschel Quartett’s international career, when cellist Mathias Beyer-Karlshoj joined the founding members Christoph, Markus, and Monika Henschel, and the quartet devoted itself exclusively to chamber music. Newtown Friends of Music is delighted to host a concert by the quartet at Edmond Town Hall Theatre beginning at 3 pm Sunday, March 15.

  • Painting A Still Life: Next SCAN Program At Meeting House

    The Society of Creative Arts of Newtown will have Rick Daskam painting a still life setup in oil Wednesday, March 11, beginning at 7:30 pm. The demonstration will take place in the lower lever of Newtown Meeting House, and the public is invited free of charge.

  • Woven Works On View At Library

    Taught and lead by volunteer Hanna Roehrs , a group of weavers were part of the first workshop offered at HealingNewtown in the winter of 2013. That group has continued and expanded, and their work will now be the focus of an exhibit at C.H. Booth Library. Located in the showcase outside the Children’s Department, the exhibit — a collaboration between the library and Newtown Cultural Arts Commission — will be on display by the end of this week during regular hours

  • The Digital Genealogist At Next Genealogy Club Meeting

    The Genealogy Club of Newtown will hold its next meeting on Wednesday, March 11, beginning at 7 pm. It will be at C.H. Booth Library. Phillip Hayes, of Sirius Innovations. Mr Hayes of Monroe, who calls himself “The Digital Genealogist,” will offer a presentation on “Making the Most of Digital Newspapers.”

  • Colonial Dancing Instruction During Next Historical Society Open House

    The Newtown Historical Society will host an open house at its headquarters, The Matthew Curtiss House, on Sunday March 15, from noon to 4 pm. During this month’s open house the special guests will be Patricia Campbell, a dance caller, and Fran Hendrickson, who will accompany her on keyboards. This is an interactive family event, where visitors 8 years old and up will have the opportunity to learn and participate in a 45-minute session. he public is also invited to visit and tour the building at 44 Main Street any time between noon and 4 pm.