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  • Pancake Supper For Shrove Tuesday

    St John’s Episcopal Church, 5 Washington Avenue in Sandy Hook, will hold its 58th annual Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper on February 17. From 5 to 7 pm in the church hall, members of the church will be serving all-you-can-eat dinners of pancakes, applesauce, and beverages. After a one year hiatus, Bruce Moulthrop’s home-style corned beef hash will return to the menu. Diners can opt for the hash or sausage as their side.

  • Friday Night Bingo Tomorrow At St Rose Of Lima School

    The next offering of Friday Bingo Night will be this weekend at St Rose of Lima School. Games will be played on Friday, February 13, in the Monsignor Weiss Gathering Hall, 46 Church Hill Road. Doors open at 5:45 pm, and games run from 6:30 until approximately 9:30 pm. The per-person admission fee of $17 covers all regular and some special games. All ages are welcome.

  • Harlem Wizards Returning For Comedy Game

    The Harlem Wizards are coming back to Newtown for a comedy basketball game on Sunday, February 22. The game will be played at Newtown High School beginning at 3 pm. The Wizards will take on a team of Newtown teachers and school staff as they have done in the past.

  • Girl Scouts To Host Hearts Of Hope Children’s Event

    Girl Scouts in Troop 50113 are set to host an event on Monday, February 23, at 7 pm, for children in third through sixth grade to participate in making Hearts of Hope. Participants will paint clay hearts that will be donated to a worthy cause through Hearts of Hope, a volunteer-driven nationwide community service program that has a chapter in Newtown. Members of the local Girl Scout troop are working through their Girl Scout Gold Award requirements.

  • Protecting The State’s Water, Next At Town & Country Garden Club

    Margaret Miner, the director of Rivers Alliance of Connecticut, will be the guest speaker for The Town & Country Garden Club on Wednesday, February 11. Ms Miner will cover three topics during her program: landscaping and buffers to protect water quality, pesticides, and statewide water planning. The free program will be offered at Newtown Senior Center.

  • Parem Hwah Asian Brushwork On View At Library

    The work of Mary Barrett Anders, who presented Asian brushwork classes at HealingNewtown, is the focus of an exhibit of her work at C.H. Booth Library, 25 Main Street in Newtown. Located in the showcase outside the children’s library, the exhibit — a collaboration between the library and Newtown Cultural Arts Commission — will be on display through March 1 during regular library hours.

  • Newtown Kindness Kicks Off ‘Nice Bucket Challenge’

    Newtown Kindness is hosting its first-ever Nice Bucket Challenge, a pay-it-forward initiative to spread kindness this February, which the organization has named Kindness Month. Inspired by the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, Nice Bucket Challenge participants commit to an act of kindness and then challenge friends to pass it on. The event coincides with the birth month of Charlotte Bacon, one of the children killed on 12/14 and in whose memory Newtown Kindness was founded.

  • Pasta Dinner & Bluegrass Music At NUMC, Saturday

    The next Saturday Pasta Dinner at Newtown United Methodist Church will take place on February 7 in the church’s fellowship hall, 92 Church Hill Road in Sandy Hook. The public is cordially invited to join church members for what has become an evening of fellowship and community spirit over dinners. Dinner is followed by a performance of bluegrass, country, and folk music played by Roger Sprung & Friends.

  • ‘The Immigrant Experience,’ At Next Genealogy Club Meeting

    The Genealogy Club of Newtown will hold its next meeting on Wednesday, February 11, in the meeting room of C.H. Booth Library. The meeting will start at 7 pm, but club members will also be arriving early to converse with other genealogists, and offer help with research problems for guests and attendees. This month’s speaker will be club chair Toni McKeen, who will discuss “The Immigrant Experience.”

  • Historical Society Guest Speaker To Discuss ‘Women’s Work In WWII’

    UPDATE: Due to the weather of Monday, February, 9, the historical society has decided to postpone this program. A new date will be announced. || We’ve all heard the phrase The Greatest Generation, used to describe for the men and women who fought in World War II, but what of the girls they left behind?  The war caused profound changes at home, and Newtown Historical Society will look at some of them in a presentation by John Cilio. Mr Cilio will be at C.H. Booth Library on Monday, February 9, to present “Women’s Work in WWII.” The program will begin at 7:30 pm, and is free of charge.