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  • EFT/Tapping Workshops Scheduled For Public, Professionals

    The Newtown-Sandy Hook Community Foundation (NSHCF) and The Tapping Solution Foundation (TTSF) have partnered to provide educational programs for the treatment of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder with EFT/Tapping.

    Complex PTSD symptoms for many Newtown residents, including students, may be overlooked, misdiagnosed and/or undertreated. Somatic release methods like EFT/Tapping address the neurological impact of trauma and assist the brain and body in returning to their natural resourceful and resilient state.

  • Sander To Offer ‘An Introduction To The World Of Antiques’ For Historical Society Program

    The most popular show on public television for several years was Antiques Roadshow. Find out something about why the show was so popular, what composes the world of antiques, and more, during the next Newtown Historical Society program.

    Longtime Newtown resident and antiques dealer Lincoln Sander will present “Introduction to the World of Antiques” on Monday, November 10, at 7:30 pm. The free program will be in the community room of C.H. Booth Library, 25 Main Street in Newtown.

  • Halloween On Main Street

    Visitors of all ages visited Newtown's Main Street on Friday, October 31, for the biggest costume party of the year, an unofficial gathering that draws residents from across town as well as the region. A number of homeowners went all out with decorations and displays, which were enjoyed for a few hours even with the threat of rain. 

  • World Community Day To Be Celebrated At Booth Library

    The Newtown/Danbury unit of Church Women United is planning its annual World Community Day celebration. This year’s event will be Saturday, November 8, at C.H. Booth Library, 25 Main Street.

    The event will begin at 10 am, and all are welcome to attend.

    World Community Day is a celebration that brings attention to ways that all can be the Body of Christ throughout the world. CWU units around the world are looking at how they can bring healing to each other, in groups, to families, and in their communities.

  • Silent Auction, Excitement Building For Lions Club Fundraiser

    Retail (For) Therapy, a vendor fair and silent auction event, will be offered at Julie Allen Bridals on Wednesday, November 5, from 6:30 to 9 pm. The event will serve as a fundraiser for the Sandy Hook Elementary Fund, organized in the wake of 12/14 by Newtown Lions Club to help cover the counseling costs of Sandy Hook School students, their immediate families, SHES faculty, and first responders.

  • Food Drive At Masonicare To Benefit Food Pantry

    Masonicare at Newtown will hold a food drive Monday, November 3, through Sunday, November 23, at its location, 139 Toddy Hill Road in Newtown.

    Donation boxes will be located in the main lobby of Masonicare at Newtown as well as the lobby of Lockwood Lodge.

  • Newtown Artist Helps Complete ‘Missing Links’

    Newtown resident Andrea Zimmermann is one of 12 artists from Connecticut and New York featured in the “Missing Links” exhibit at The Gallery at the Institute Library, in New Haven.

    Curated by Catherine Vanaria, who with husband Mark Savoia owns Connecticut Photographers in Danbury, the show opened Saturday, October 18 and will run through Saturday, November 29.

  • Running Down Some Halloween Treats

    Three young girls dressed as Elsa, one of the princesses in Disney's Frozen, run toward one of their candy destinations last weekend during the Fourth Annual Sandy Hook Halloween Walk. Girls in the light blue gowns seemed to be everywhere for a few hours on October 25, as children dressed up to give their costumes a trial run (literally, in this case) in a daytime event in Sandy Hook Center. Nearly two dozen local businesses welcomed visitors through their doors.

  • Forest Association Announces Nettleton Preserve Memorial Orchard Project

    Newtown Forest Association will begin work shortly to enhance Nettleton Preserve, one of Newtown’s most well-known properties, located on Castle Hill Road and overlooking historic Main Street. 

  • Work From Home Lunch Gathering Planned

    Work From Home Newtown-CT will host its next lunch gathering on Thursday, November 6.

    Remote workers, home-based business owners, sole proprietors, jobseekers, stay-at-home parents, retirees, et al, are invited to join Newtown resident Greg Pategas for networking and socializing beginning at 11:30 am, at Sweet Mango, at 266 South Main Street, within Plaza South.