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  • Neurofeedback Talk At Library, Tuesday

    Dr Roseann Capanna-Hodge, who has a practice with offices in Newtown and Ridgefield, is hosting a talk September 23, from 10 to 11:30 am, in the meeting room of C.H. Booth Library, 25 Main Street.

    The free lecture is entitled “Rewiring the Brain: What is Neurofeedback?”

  • Biographer Craig Harris To Lead Library Talk About The Band

    The Band and its members — Robbie Robertson, Rick Danko, Richard Manuel, Garth Hudson, and Levon Helm — are often referred to as one of the most influential American acts coming out of the late 1960s and early ‘70s.

    But educator, musician and biographer Craig Harris will be the first one to remind folks that four of The Band’s five talented members hailed from Canada before they were enlisted to back folkie Bob Dylan as he made his historical transition from acoustic to electric in 1966.

  • Art Galleries Pop Up In Sandy Hook, Reception Friday Night

    The public is invited to celebrate under decorative lights with a glass of wine at the Smokey Topaz and Art in Residence (AIR) pop-up galleries on Friday, September 19.

  • Resiliency Center Events To Include Anniversary Celebration

    The Resiliency Center of Newtown (RCN) will celebrate its first anniversary on September 23.

  • Newtown Foundation Seeking Support For December Vigil

    WASHINGTON, D.C. — On Thursday, December 11, a service of mourning and loving remembrance for all who have fallen victim to the ongoing epidemic of gun violence will take place at the National Cathedral in Washington, D.C.

    The Newtown Foundation plans to bring families of victims and survivors of gun violence from Newtown and around the country to the vigil at the Cathedral. In order to transport families to Washington, D.C., however, funding is needed.

  • Almost Time For Great Pumpkin Races

    What fall sport do you participate in? Is it football? soccer? Or are you just warming up for basketball?

    For the past four years the Newtown Lions Club has offered a different sort of fall sport: pumpkin racing. All that is needed to participate is to create a pumpkin racer with two axels, attached through the pumpkin. Size and shape do not matter.

  • Theater Review: A Stunning Production Of ‘Doubt,’ With Limited Performances Remaining

    Stray Kats Theatre Company and Third Eye Productions have joined forces to produce and perform John Patrick Shanley’s Doubt at Newtown Meeting House and quite simply: it is a stunner. The play, under the direction of Don Striano, in his debut effort, drives home a message of unattainable certainty in an atmosphere of doubt and the pervasive damage that can cause. 

  • A Summer On The Appalachian Trail

    The idea that he might one day hike the entire Appalachian Trail, a trek of just under 2,200 miles when traversed from Georgia to Maine, first entered Alex Neufeld’s head the summer after his freshman year at Newtown High School. On a high adventure trip with Venture Crew 70 to Maine, he encountered a hiker at the top of Mount Katahdin who was finishing up the Appalachian Trail.

  • Dozens Of Hollywood Emmy Celebs Sample Newtowner’s Biscotti

    When last we left Newtown entrepreneur and baker Stephanie Schneiderman, she was packing to run away to Hollywood.

  • "Tackling The Fear Of Public Speaking"

    MONROE — The Power Network, sponsored by the Monroe and Newtown Chambers of Commerce, is hosting a special workshop featuring Paul Nonnenmacher on September 18, from 8 to 9:15 am, at the Collaborative Work Center, located on the second floor of 500 Monroe Turnpike.