• Collection For Canines Continues

    A collection box has been set up in the lobby of The Newtown Bee’s office, at 5 Church Hill Road, to collect items for Newtown’s Animal Control Facility. The annual collection is done in honor of Adopt A Shelter Dog Month, and will benefit those who care for dogs still hoping to be adopted from the town’s animal control facility.

  • ‘All Season Color In The Garden’

    Colleen Plimpton will present her program, “All Season Color in the Garden,” for The Garden Club of Newtown on Tuesday, October 28, at 1 pm, at Cyrenius H. Booth Library, 25 Main Street. The public is invited to join garden club members for the program.

  • Family Event Planned For WIN’s Golden Anniversary

    Women Involved in Newtown (WIN) is celebrating its 50th anniversary and is hosting a Family Friendly Fun Night on Friday, October 24, and all Newtown residents and surrounding towns are invited. Members invite everyone to celebrate with them at Paproski's Castle Hill Farm with night-time corn maze challenges, hay rides, a bonfire and refreshments.

  • Waldorf School Fall Fair, Saturday

    Currently celebrating its 25th year, The Housatonic Valley Waldorf School will host its annual Fall Fair on Saturday, October 25, from 10 am until 3 pm. The event will run rain or shine on HVWS’s South Campus at 1 Jacklin Road.

  • Sandy Hook Halloween Walk Returning Saturday

    Sandy Hook Organization for Prosperity is hoping to see plenty of young costumed residents this weekend, during The Fourth Annual Sandy Hook Village Halloween Walk. This year’s event will be Saturday, October 25, from 11 am to 2 pm. Nearly two deozen downtown merchants — all located within walking distance of the Church Hill Road-Washington Avenue-Riverside Road-Glen Road intersection — will be ready to open their decorated located and share treats with kids dressed in costume. For the second time this month, the business organization will also be hosting a collection for FAITH Food Pantry.

  • Internationally Renowned Horse Trainer To Conduct Workshops, Offer Performance At Horse Guard HQ

    Have you got a problem horse? Or do you simply want to better educate yourself and your mount on all things equestrian? Then join Dan James, an internationally renowned horse trainer and clinician, at workshops to be held at The Second Company Governor’s Horse Guard. A Ground Control Clinic will be offered Saturday and Sunday, November 8-9; and A Body Control Basics Under Saddle Clinic will follow on Monday and Tuesday, November 10-11.

  • Horse Guard Trail Ride November 1

    The Second Company Governor’s Horse Guard invites all equestrians to participate in its Annual Fall Trail Ride. Sponsored by the Friends of 2GHG, the annual ride will be held on Saturday, November 1, from 9 am to 12 noon. The ride is on beautiful trails that cover more than 80 acres in Newtown. It begins at the Horse Guard facility, 4 Wildlife Drive within Fairfield Hills. There are no water crossings.

  • World Water Issues Are The Focus Of Two Events Sunday At Fairfield Hills

    Newtown’s third annual Walk 4 Water will be take place Sunday, October 19, at Fairfield Hills, from 10 am to noon. Meet at Keating Farms Avenue. All ages are invited to participate in a three-mile walk simulating the daily trip African families must make to retrieve clean water. Later on Sunday, the annual CROP WALK -- which this year is also focusing on issues of clean water for drinking, bathing, and more -- will also take place.

  • Stony Hill Halloween Breakfast Set

    The Stony Hill Four Corners Association along with its participating Hawleyville merchants are sponsoring a Halloween Breakfast Sunday, October 26, from 9 am to noon, at the Stony Hill Volunteer Fire Department headquarters, 59 Stony Hill Road in Bethel.

  • Cloudscape In Acrylic, Wednesday

    The Society of Creative Arts of Newtown will host Charles Ray demonstrating painting of a cloudscape in acrylic on Wednesday, October 22, at 1:30 pm. The program will be held in the lower level of Newtown Meeting House. The demonstration is open to the public, free of charge.