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What’s At Edmond Town Hall (full listing)

Published: February 17, 2017

MOVIE LISTINGS:

Moana SING-ALONG movie poster

Friday, February 17-Thursday, February 23

MOANA: The Sing-Along Version

Screenings Friday through Monday, 7 & 9 pm; Tuesday through Thursday, 7 pm;

matinees Saturday through Tuesday, 1 & 4 pm

Rated PG * running time 1:47

All tickets $3

Featuring  the vocal talents of Auli’I Cravalho, Dwayne Johnson & Rachel House

Polynesian mythology comes to life in this song-filled tale of a village chieftain’s daughter (voice of Cravalho) who undertakes a dangerous sea voyage to save her people in this animated adventure from Walt Disney Pictures. The film is an Academy Award nominee for Best Animated Feature Film and Best Music (Original Song).

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The Eagle Huntress poster

Friday, February 24-Thursday, March 2

THE EAGLE HUNTRESS

Screenings Friday and Saturday, 7 & 9 pm; Sunday through Thursday, 7 pm;

matinees Saturday and Sunday, 1 & 4 pm; Tuesday, 1 pm

Rated G * running time 1:27

All tickets $3

Featuring  Aishol-pan Nurgaiv & Rys Nurgaiv, and narrated by Daisy Ridley

A 13-year-old nomadic Mongolian girl fights to become the first female eagle hunter in 12 generations of her Kazakh family in this spellbinding documentary released in November by Sony Pictures Classics.

~ALSO AT EDMOND TOWN HALL~

WEEKLY:

Newtown Bridge Club

Club hosts ACBL-sanctioned duplicate games, social players welcome, in Alexandria Room, $10/session ($8 NBC members); 203-733-8525, NewtownBridge.org

Mondays, 12:30; Tuesdays 10 am (20-minute lunch break) and 7 pm; and Wednesdays, 10 am.

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Rocking Roosters Square Dance Club

Club dances on the first and third Friday of each month, 7:30 pm, in ETH gymnasium (entry through lower rear parking lot), most events done at plus level (with rounds), with advanced tip during break; call 203-426-4817 for information.

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Newtown Hikers

Group meets in lower parking lot of town hall, winter hikes meet for 10 am, then carpool to hike site, children must be accompanied by parents, call hike leader (changes weekly, need names and phone numbers in parentheses) to see if dogs allowed on trail, also call if planning to meet group at hike site, BYO snack and water, traction devices suggested for winter hikes, sturdy boots/shoes strongly suggested, all participants will be asked to sign waiver for Newtown Parks & Recreation; additional information 203-426-9903, 203-830-9032, NewtownHikers@gmail.com.

February 18, Huntington State Park, Bethel/Redding (Lin Patti, 203-364-7235);

February 25, Platt Park, Southbury, easy (Tin Hanbury, 203-888-3025);

March 4, Bent of the River, Southbury (Jim Steck, 845-621-5559 or 914-806-4107);

March 11, Orchard Hill Nature Center, Newtown (Linda Dunn, 203-207-1765);

March 18, Flanders Nature Center/Van Vleck Farm Sanctuary, Woodbury (Nancy Ziegler, 203-732-2618);

March 25, Bennett’s Pond Trail, Ridgefield, followed by lunch and spring hike planning, call to coordinate food (Mark Jones, 203-894-9534).

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SPECIAL EVENTS:

Thursday, February 23 (Alexandria Room): 6:30 pm, Ballroom Dance Class, free 60-minute class for all ages and abilities, no partner needed, led by Nicole Almeida (from Arthur Murray, Danbury), hosted by Lathrop School of Dance as part of school’s 65th anniversary celebration, reservations requested, donations accepted for Edmond Town Hall Theatre Fund; 203-426-5757, diane@lathropschoolofdance.com, lathropschoolofdance.com.

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CVH Sanctuary

Sunday, February 26 (Alexandria Room): 12-3 pm, Sunday With The Sanctuary, free, ongoing programs focusing on birding and amphibian migration including live birds of prey demonstration (noon), recognizing backyard birds by sight (1 pm), birding stations (1:30), and presentation on UConn’s Citizen Science Project to count amphibians en route to breeding pools (2:30), suitable for all ages, hosted by The Catherine Violet Hubbard Animal Sanctuary, registration requested; info@CVHFoundation.org.

Additional information: Birding And Great Migration Focus Of Next Sunday With The Sanctuary

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Friday,  March 10 (gymnasium): 5 pm, Hip Hop Class, free 60-minute class for ages 5-8, led by “Miss Tamra” Saric, hosted by Lathrop School of Dance as part of school’s 65th anniversary celebration, reservations requested, donations accepted for Edmond Town Hall Theatre Fund; 203-426-5757, diane@lathropschoolofdance.com, lathropschoolofdance.com.

 

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