Newtown Choral Society, under the direction of Mary Andreotta and accompanied by Susan Anthony-Klein, will perform “Centuries of Hit Parades” as its spring concert on Saturday, May 18, at 4 pm, at Newtown Meeting House, 31 Main Street. Tickets are
The Matthew Curtiss House, home of Newtown Historical Society and one of the oldest buildings on Main Street, will host the historical society's spring open house on Sunday, April 28. Judith Barbour Osborne will be demonstrating and inviting guests to try the art of calligraphy during the free event, which will include docent led tours or the opportunity for guests to visit the house-museum on their own.
On Saturday, April 13, dozens of friends and family members of the Battle of the Books teams came out to show their support at the 15th annual Battle of the Books at the C.H. Booth Library. After four rounds of
Trinity Episcopal Church will host “Berstein @ 100,” the spring concert of Connecticut Choral Society, on Saturday, May 4. A performance of uplifting Broadway music to celebrate the musical genius of Leonard Bernstein will begin at 7 pm. The concert will also be performed Sunday, May 5, in Woodbury.