- November 29, 2022
Donations of new, unwrapped toys requested by Friday, December 16, during regular business hours.
This year’s in-town locations include:
Berkshire Hathaway, 84 South Main Street (Unit A);
C.H. Booth Library, 25 Main Street;
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, 32 Church Hill Road (Suite 106);
Cover Two Sports Cafe, 100 Church Hill Road;
Edmond Town Hall, 45 Main Street;
Eversource, 20 Barnabas Road;
Giglio’s Landscaping, 71 South Main Street (Ricky’s Plaza, Unit 12);
McKenney Mechanical, 15 Commerce Road;
Newtown Bee office, 5 Church Hill Road;
NewSylum Brewing Company, 36 Keating Farms Avenue;
Newtown Hardware, 61 Church Hill Road;
Newtown Municipal Center, 3 Primrose Street;
Newtown Police Department, 191 South Main Street;
Newtown Savings Bank, all locations;
Newtown Woods, 1211 Brookside Court (off Mt Pleasant Road);
Popowich Chiropractic, 71 South Main Street;
Reverie Brewing Company, 57-B Church Hill Road;
Strength & Grace Boutique, 6 Glen Road; and
The Vein Institute, 33 Church Hill Road.
Newtown Municipal Center main corridor, 3 Primrose Street
Over 300 photographs by members of The Flagpole Photographers Camera Club, created locally and around the world, weekdays to December 29; flagpolephotographers.com.
C.H. Booth Library (Gathering Room), 25 Main Street
15 fiber works by members of FiberArt NorthEast, who hid a word, idea, hope or story in each piece, and a collection of quirky works inspired by a poem about not getting to sleep, on view to December 30; 203-426-4533.
C.H. Booth Library (meeting room and entry hall), 25 Main Street
Works by Larry Clifford, who repurposes old, neglected books from basements and attics, repurposing them and adding dyes, inks and acrylics to create new visual art, on view to November 30; 203-426-4533.
Newtown Municipal Center (Council Chamber), 3 Primrose Street
Newtown Municipal Center (Council Chambers), 3 Primrose Street and via livestream
Newtown United Methodist Church, 92 Church Hill Road
Youth ages 11 and in fifth grade (or age 10 and have already earned Arrow of Light Award) invited to join Scout-led games and activities, also s’mores making (weather permitting), adults invited to meet leaders and ask questions about local BSA troop, its meetings, etc; 203-912-0192 (firstname.lastname@example.org), 203-512-3582 (email@example.com) or , troopwebhost.org/Troop370SandyHook, facebook.com/370ct.