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Saturday, June 28

Published: June 27, 2008 at 12:00 am

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Saturday, June 28

 “Walk and Talk: The Benefits of Walking,” 9 am, Newtown Senior Center, 14 Riverside Road, free program led by Danbury VNA physical therapist will discuss and illustrate the cardiovascular benefits of walking, while walking from the senior center toward Sandy Hook School and back, water provided; 426-6264.

VFW Family Picnic, begins 11 am, VFW Post 308, 18 Tinkerfield Road, donation $15 ($30 max/family), grilled foods, raw clams, salads, corn, etc, also water slide, music, fun for all ages, proceeds to benefit VFW Veterans Fund; 426-9316.

Sandy Hook Village Concerts in the Park: Ron Jones, 7 pm, Sandy Hook Village Park, Glen Road at Church Hill Road, free performance by Philadelphia resident will include smooth jazz and showtunes on saxophone, bring seating, light refreshments available.


 


Sunday, June 29


Sandy Hook Village Farmers Market, 9 am–1 pm, 3-5 Glen Road, Sandy Hook, flowers, fruits and vegetables from local farmers, baked goods, nutritional seminars, monthly family activities, runs weekly until October 26; 426-2427.


CD Release Party, 3 pm, Congregation Adath Israel, 115 Huntingtown Road, suggested donation $10, public invited to join Rabbi Shaul Praver and members of congregation for official release party of his pop-rock CD Sacred Space, refreshments to be served; 209-4662.


Tuesday, July 1


Sandy Hook Organic Farmers’ Market, 2–6 pm, behind St John’s Episcopal Church, Washington Avenue, local veggies and fruit, fresh baked goods, jams and handcrafted items, weekly activities for kids, also lectures and cooking demos, continues weekly to mid-October; 313-9908.


St Rose Carnival, starts 6 pm, St Rose of Lima grounds, 46 Church Hill Road, carnival rides, Bingo, games, food and more, continues nightly until July 5.


Lake Zoar Authority, 7 pm, Southbury Town Hall, 501 Main Street South.


Lake Lillinonah Authority, 7:30 pm, Brookfield Town Hall, 100 Pocono Road.


Police Commission, 7:30 pm, Town Hall South, 3 Main Street.


Wednesday, July 2


St Rose Carnival, starts 6 pm, St Rose of Lima grounds, 46 Church Hill Road, see July 1 details.


Frank Porto Band concert, 7 pm, Ashlar of Newtown, 139 Toddy Hill Road, free performance of music from the 1930s–50s will continue Ashlar’s 22nd Summer Sounds Concert Series, bring seating, indoors if rain; 426-5847.


Legislative Council, 7:30 pm, Booth Library, 25 Main Street.


Thursday, July 3


St Rose Carnival, starts 6 pm, St Rose of Lima grounds, 46 Church Hill Road, see July 1 details.


Planning and Zoning Commission, 7:30 pm, Town Offices, 31 Peck’s Lane.


Friday, July 4


INDEPENDENCE DAY


St Rose Carnival, starts 6 pm, St Rose of Lima grounds, 46 Church Hill Road, carnival rides, Bingo, games, food and more, continues nightly until July 5.


Saturday, July 5


St Rose Carnival, starts 6 pm, St Rose of Lima grounds, 46 Church Hill Road, final night of carnival rides, games, food and more.


Sunday, July 6


Sandy Hook Village Farmers Market, 9 am–1 pm, 3-5 Glen Road, Sandy Hook, flowers, fruits and vegetables from local farmers, baked goods, nutritional seminars, monthly family activities, runs weekly until October 26; 426-2427.


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