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March 23-29, 2018: "Darkest Hour," Simply Smiles Fundraiser and Brainstorm Experience: Scott Keneally

Published: March 22, 2018 at 12:00 am

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Simply Smiles

 

SIMPLY SMILES "KEEP HOPE ALIVE"


FUNDRAISING EVENT


Friday, March 23: 7-9 pm, free, public invited to cocktail hour, then presentation by Simply Smiles Founder Bryan Nurnberger, who will offer brief outline of his 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to providing bright futures for impoverished children, and updates on current initiatives in South Dakota and Oaxaca, Mexico, donations will benefit programs, reservations requested; simplysmiles.org.

Read more here: Fundraiser Will Support Simply Smiles Projects


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Darkest Hour movie poster


FRIDAY, MARCH 23-WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28


DARKEST HOUR


Rated PG-13 * running time 2:05


Starring Gary Oldman, Kristin Scott Thomas & Lily James


Tickets $3*
($2 for senior citizens at Tuesday matinee)


Screenings Friday 9:40 pm; Saturday 7 & 9:40 pm;
Sunday through Wednesday, 7 pm;
matinees Saturday and Sunday, 1 & 4 pm;
Tuesday, 1 pm


Gary Oldman won this year's Academy Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role for his uncanny portrayal of British Prime Minister Winston Churchill in this biographical drama set during the early days of World War II. The fate of western Europe rested on the shoulders of nearly-appointed British Prime Minister Churchill, who had to decide whether to negotiate with Adolf Hitler or fight on against incredible odds.

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AVIELLE FOUNDATION BRAINSTORM EXPERIENCE:


SCOTT KENEALLY


Thursday, March 29 (ETH Theatre): 7 pm, $15, investigative reporter and director of Rise of the Sufferfests will discuss his research into the rise in popularity of obstacle courses, including the psychology behind them, personalities who drive them, and more, continues year-long series of programs offering perspectives on care, science, strength and vulnerability of the brain, hosted by The Avielle Foundation, doors open at 6:30; 203-491-0304, info@AvielleFoundation.org, AvielleFoundation.org.


Read more here: Avielle Foundation Promoting Next Two Brainstorm Events


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This Week's Poll

Newtown Cultural Arts Commission is presenting or coordinating on six weeks of special events. Which event are you looking forward to the most? (Visit our Features page for a full story with details about all of these events.)

“In The Bag” exhibition, on view to September 28
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The Lords of 52nd Street concert, September 14
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Newtown Arts Festival weekend, September 15-16
50% (1 vote)
“An Evening of the Arts,” September 15
50% (1 vote)
“The Fox on the Fairway” production by Town Players of Newtown, weekends September 21-October 13
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“The Main Street Replica Project,” launching September 25
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Someday Cinema Series screenings of “The Blues Brothers,” September 30
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Photography display “In Our Rearview Mirror” by Marleen Cafarelli, et al, October 1-30
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“Love, Laughter, and Rhubarb” with Tinky Weisblat, October 3
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Newtown Day, October 6
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The 3rd Annual Newtown-Sandy Hook Restaurant Week, October 8-14
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Basket weaving workshop with Tina Puckett, October 13
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“Courageous Conversations in A Complex World,” October 17
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Live at ETH: David Wax Museum concert, October 19
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The 2nd Annual Fall Carnival at Fairfield Hills, October 19-21
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Connecticut Author’s Reading Series, October 21
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Natalie’s Open Mic, October 21
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“The Wordsmiths,” October 24
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Pianist Konstanza Chernov, October 28
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Someday Cinema Series double feature screenings of “Bride of Frankenstein” and “The Beast with Five Fingers,” October 29
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Total votes: 2