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  • HealingNewtown Workshops

    The following workshops have been scheduled by HealingNewtown.

    All workshops are free and are being offered at Newtown Congregational Church, 14 West Street, where HealingNewtown recently opened a studio space. Access to the HealingNewtown area is through the lower rear entrance of the church.

  • Musicians Rally To Support HealingNewtown

    DANBURY — Local musicians, artists, and community members will gather Sunday, July 21, on the Danbury Green for an outdoor concert to benefit HealingNewtown, a public arts center in Newtown established in response to 12/14.

    HealingNewtown Through the Arts is a project of Newtown Cultural Arts Commission.

  • Arts Community Receives $137,000 From Cultural Alliance

    Making “another special trip to Newtown,” the Cultural Alliance of Western Connecticut’s Executive Director Lisa Scails presented a check for roughly $137,000 to First Selectman Pat Llodra Monday afternoon.

  • NEA Grant Will Allow NCAC To Hire Executive Director For HealingNewtown Project

    First Selectman Pat Llodra has announced that Newtown Cultural Arts Commission has received a $30,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) to support HealingNewtown. Mrs Llodra made one of the first announcements about the grant on Friday, June 14, while a guest on CT Public Radio’s “The Colin McEnroe Show.”

    On Tuesday, June 18, Mrs Llodra was joined by Governor Dannel P. Malloy, Senators Richard Blumenthal and Chris Murphy, and Congresswoman Elizabeth Esty in formally announcing the award.

  • Goodwill Ambassadors From Tenn. To Perform At NHS

    Commenting that The Tennessee Children’s Dance Ensemble wanted “to perform dances that will heal the hearts of all who see them,” the dance company has announced it will be performing Thursday, June 13, at 7 pm, in Newtown High School auditorium.

    “Following the shootings in Newtown, our dancers and staff were moved with compassion for the families and Newtown,” added Irina Linn, co-founder of the ensemble. “Don’t miss this opportunity to see this appealing family favorite. You will leave inspired!”

  • HealingNewtown Workshops, Special Performance, June 5-13

    The following workshops have been scheduled by Healing Newtown.org. Please check each listing for the location of each workshop.

    Visit HealingNewtown.org and click on Calendar to reserve space in any of the workshops. All workshops are free.

    *The Joy of Art with Joy Hoffman will be Wednesday, June 5, 12 and 19, and every Wednesday throughout the summer, at Newtown Congregational Church, 14 West Street.

  • The Top of the Mountain

    June is National Adopt A Cat month, and I like #1 on the American Humane Society website: If you’re thinking about adopting a cat, consider taking home two.

    If adopting a cat is out of the question, how about going to look at some big cats? Saturday, June 15, is Newtown Day at the Beardsley Zoo, 1875 Noble Avenue, Bridgeport. Show your Newtown identification, and entry to the zoo is just $5, 10 am to 4 pm. Seems like it could be at grrr-eat outing.

  • HealingNewtown Storefront Closing Wednesday; Plans Take Shape For New Location

    Good news came with the bad on Tuesday, May 21: HealingNewtown Arts Space will close at its doors at its current 5 Queen Street location on Wednesday, May 22, but volunteer director Rob Rabinowitz said he “hopes to hear good news soon” regarding leads on a new location.

    “We are negotiating for space,” which will be announced, he said Tuesday, May 21. Until then, programming locations will be listed in the HealingNewtown.org calendar of events.

  • Children Find Connections At HealingNewtown

    To the Editor:

    I am the founder of Voices For Heroes. I have to tell everyone about my experience with  HealingNewtown Art Space. Evan and I, at Voices For Heroes, have been trying to sell a tribute CD for Newtown to help fund HealingNewtown Art Space.  While the sales are slow, there is nothing we can do, as we watch HealingNewtown lose their space.

  • HealingNewtown To Lose Its Storefront Space

    A venue that had opened its doors to help, to heal, and to make a home for donated artwork and sculptures in the wake of 12/14 may soon lose its storefront space.

    “I run on the notion that we may have only two weeks from today to leave,” said Robert Rabinowitz, a volunteer director for HealingNewtown, on May 1.