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  • Parks & Rec Hosting Two Full Concert Programs This Summer; New Daytime Series Launched For Children & Families

    Newtown Parks & Recreation has concerts planned for residents and friends of all ages this summer. The department will be hosting its fifth annual Summer Concert Series as well as debuting a new Summer Jam Concert Series. The latter is a new daytime series for children and parents or guardians. Concerts will all be at Dickinson Park, 50 Elm Drive. Attendees should being their own seating and are welcome to bring picnics. Concerts will move under the pavilion in the event of light rain.

  • Library Book Sale And Magic Show Kick Off Summer Reading

    To kick off its Children’s Summer Reading Program, a book sale and a magic show were held at C. H. Booth Library on Monday, June 24.Magician Steve Woyce offered two showings of a “Dig Into Reading Magic Show,” for children between the ages of four and fifth grade in the library’s meeting room for the day.Inside the children’s Story Time Room from 9:30 am until 5 pm a “sneak peak” of donated children’s books for the Friends of the C. H. Booth Library’s annual book sale, was offered. By 11 am a number of people were perusing the collection of children’s books, which included pop-up books...

  • Helmets And Hearts Charity Football Game, June 29 At Blue & Gold Stadium

    Newtown High School and Western CT Militia Minor League Football will co-host The Helmets and Hearts Newtown Memorial Scholarship Fund Benefit Football Game on Saturday, June 29, at Blue & Gold Stadium at NHS. The game will be between Western CT Militia and Lowell Noreaster. Pre-game events will begin at 6 pm, and kick-off will be at 6:45. Admission is free, but donations are encouraged and will go directly to the Newtown Memorial Scholarship Fund.

  • Animal Center Cat And Kitten Adoption Event, Saturday

    The Animal Center will hold a Cat and Kitten Adoption Event on Saturday, June 22, from noon to  4 pm, at Your Healthy Pet, 224 South Main Street.   Kittens of all ages and personalities will be available and will be up to date on vaccines.  

  • Martial Arts Tourney, Self Defense Course At NYA

    Han Dol Martial Arts School of Danbury will host the second Western Connecticut Regional Soo Bahk Do Tournament on Saturday, June 22, at Newtown Youth Academy. In addition, a free basic self-defense course will be offered at NYA Saturday morning. The class will be taught by certified martial arts instructors.

  • Puppet Show At Library, June 26

    Crabgrass Puppet Theatre will present a free performance of The Pirate, the Princess and the Pea on Wednesday, June 26, at 3:30 pm, at C.H. Booth Library. The program is suitable for ages 4 and up, and registration is requested.

  • Children’s Book Sale, Magic Shows At Library

    C.H. Booth Library’s summer reading program officially begins on Monday, June 24. Children and parents are invited a special children’s book sale that day, sponsored by the Friends of the Library, from 9:30 am to 5 pm. Also, Steve Woyce will present two performances of his "Dig Into Reading Magic Show," free of charge.

  • St Rose Carnival Returning June 25-29

    St Rose of Lima Parish will host its annual carnival on the parish grounds beginning Tuesday evening, June 25, and continuing nightly through Saturday, June 29. The carnival will operate from 6 to 10:30 each night. 

  • SCAN To Host Noreika Landscape Demo, June 26

    The Society of Creative Arts of Newtown (SCAN) will have Robert Noreika of Rocky Hill demonstrating painting a landscape in watercolor at its next meeting, Wednesday, June 26, at 1:30 pm. Mr Noreika’s subjects are varied, including expressive coastal scenes and intimate woodland and countryside pictorials. The program will be at Newtown Meeting House, and admission is free.

  • Summer SCAN Show On South Main Street

    Eight members of The Society of Creative Arts of Newtown (SCAN) are represented in an exhibition on view at Tommy’s 160 Main until August 31. The show is the second in a series of four hosted by SCAN, and offers 40 pieces done in oil, pastel, watercolor and mixed media. A special painting demonstration will be offered on Sunday, June 30, from 3 to 4:30 pm, by Amy Skillin, one of the participating artists. The public is invited, and light refreshments will be served.