• "Preventing, Diagnosing & Treating Colic," At Next NBLA Meeting

    Newtown Bridge Lands Association will hold its March Open Meeting at 7 pm on Thursday, March 26, at Fairfield Equine Associates Clinic. The meeting will include a presentation by Ryland Edwards III, DVM, PhD, Diplomate ACVS, titled "Preventing, Diagnosing, and Treating Colic." Q&A will follow.

  • ‘Beatrix Potter’s Gardening Life’ Author To Keynote Garden Club Silver Anniversary Luncheon

    The Garden Club of Newtown will formally mark its 60th anniversary with a luncheon on Wednesday, April 1, at Rock Ridge Country Club. The featured speaker will be Marta McDowell, who will be discussing her books, including "Emily Dickinson’s Gardens: A celebration of a poet and gardener and "Beatrix Potter’s Gardening Life: The plants and places that inspired the classic children’s tales." The public is invited to join the club’s membership for the event, which will begin at 11 am with a social hour and silent auction. Lunch will be served at noon, followed by the speaker’s program at 1. Reservations are required, and must be made by March 18.

  • Asian Brushwork Painting Group Begins; Next Gathering March 19

    The recently formed Plum Blossom Asian Brushwork painting group will hold its next meeting at Cyrenius H. Booth Library, 25 Main Street, on Thursday, March 19. The group is scheduled to meet from 2 to 4 pm in the library’s board room. The group was started by Mary Barrett Anders of Parem Hwah Asian Brushwork at the request of an experienced brushwork artist who was a visitor to Ms Anders’s recent exhibition of paintings at the library.

  • St Patrick's Day Luck Of The Irish Zumba Class/Dance Party Planned

    The public is invited to join Megan Sajovic for a Luck of The Irish Zumba Fitness master class on Tuesday, March 17. The class — which Ms Sajovic promises will be a giant dance party — will begin at 6:45 pm in The Alexandria Room of Edmond Town Hall, 45 Main Street. Ms Sajovic is a licensed ZIN member. While the class is called a master class, Ms Sajovic says no experience is needed to participate. All levels and ages are welcome.

  • Flagpole Photographers Meeting, Program Updates

    On Thursday, March 19, Flagpole Photographers Camera Club will host a general meeting and photo competition. March’s assigned subject is “Bridges.” Club members will be challenged to showcase their creativity for capturing various various photography of bridges. There will also be competitions in Digital, Black & White and Open Color. In April, the club will be hosting a unique two-part photography event held on Friday, April 11 and Saturday, April 12. Flagpole Photographers will be hosting a “Black and White” seminar and workshop presented by New England Photo Workshops, with guest speakers Don Toothaker and Bob Ring.

  • Library Program To Address Tech Questions

    Bestselling author Abby Stokes will be at C.H. Booth Library on Thursday, April 9, to help “digital immigrants” understand the fast-changing world of technology. For those Baby Boomers (and beyond) not born with a keyboard or mouse in their hand, Ms Stokes will comprehensive and jargon-free information with a reassuring and friendly approach.

  • Comedy Night Planned At Adath Israel

    Congregation Adath Israel will host a night of comedy with Rabbi Sim Glaser, to take place on Sunday, March 15, at 7 pm. Rabbi Glaser has performed at the Twin Cities Jewish Humor Festival for five years running, with sold out shows. He has delighted his synagogue with his own “Late Night with Rabbi Glaser” productions. Sunday's performance will be suitable for adults and older teens.

  • Learn To Shoot & Edit Video With Your Smartphone

    Just in time for graduations, weddings, and other memorable special events, C.H. Booth Library will offer a three-hour, hands-on workshop “Learn to Shoot & Edit Video With Your Smartphone.” The free program will take place Sunday, April 12, from 1 to 4 pm.

  • 2nd Annual James Mattioli 5K, March 21 In Milford

    Runners and walkers are invited to flood the streets of Milford on Saturday, March 21, to honor the memory of James Mattioli on the weekend of his birthday. Proceeds from the race will benefit The James R. Mattioli Scholarship Fund, set up by James’s parents, Cindy and Mark Mattioli. Two scholarships will be awarded this spring, at Milford’s two public high schools — Jonathan Law High School and Joseph Foran High School — in memory of James.

  • Henschel Quartett Planning Program With Several Centuries Of Work

    The year 1994 marked the foundation of the Henschel Quartett’s international career, when cellist Mathias Beyer-Karlshoj joined the founding members Christoph, Markus, and Monika Henschel, and the quartet devoted itself exclusively to chamber music. Newtown Friends of Music is delighted to host a concert by the quartet at Edmond Town Hall Theatre beginning at 3 pm Sunday, March 15.