- What's At Edmond Town Hall (full listing including movie listings and special events)
- June 22-28, 2018: "Black Panther," Rally For Humanity and "Jaws"
- June 15-21, 2018: "Dance Fantasy: The Show," "I Feel Pretty," Brainstorm Experience with Jane Pauley and Longest Day/Newtown Bridge Club Fundraiser
- June 8-14, 2018: One-Act Plays Festival, "Evolved" Dance Recitals, NCCB Spring Recitals and "Lady Bird"
- June 1-7, 2018: Lathrop School of Dance Stardust Revue, Rabies Clinic, #WearOrange March & Rally and "Molly's Game"
- May 25-31, 2018: "Game Night," Senior Center Mural Workshops and "The Maltese Falcon"
- May 18-23, 2018: "I Can Only Imagine" and "The Post"
66th ANNUAL LATHROP SCHOOL OF DANCE STARDUST REVUE
Saturday and Sunday, June 2-3 (ETH Theatre): Saturday performances 4 and 7 pm (matinee show to benefit Danbury Hospital), Sunday shows at 1 and 4 pm (second/final show to benefit Newtown Scholarship Association), $15, performances by students of all ages from Newtown’s longest running dance studio; 203-426-5757, lathropschoolofdance.com.
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ANNUAL RABIES CLINIC
Saturday, June 2 (gymnasium): 9-11 am, $20 cash only, rabies vaccines will be administered by licensed veterinarian or veterinarian’s assistant, dog license renewals also available ($8 for spayed or neutered dogs, $19 for unaltered dogs; local checks accepted for licenses); 203-270-4210.
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3rd ANNUAL NEWTOWN #WearOrange MARCH
& RALLY FOR NATIONAL GUN VIOLENCE PREVENTION DAY
Saturday, June 2 (front courtyard): public invited to gather at 5 pm at Bridgeport Hall (Fairfield Hills, Beers Boulevard at 1st Street), to join group that will walk from Bridgeport Hall to Edmond Town Hall for 6 pm rally (or join group at town hall for rally), Jr NAA teaming up with Newtown Action Alliance, Connecticut Against Gun Violence, Moms Demand Action, Sandy Hook Promise, Enough, Women’s March CT, et al, registration requested; facebook.com/JrNewtownAction.
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MONDAY, JUNE 4-THURSDAY, JUNE 7
Rated R * running time 2:20
Starring Jessica Chastain, Idris Elba & Kevin Costner
($2 for senior citizens, Tuesday matinee only)
Screenings nightly 7 pm;
matinee Tuesday, 1 pm
The true story of Molly Bloom (Chastain), a world-class skier who, after a terrible accident ruined her Olympics changes, embarked on a new career running the world’s most exclusive high stakes poker game. Her career spanned a decade, until she captured the attention of the IRS and the FBI.