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Music Together of Monroe/Newtown  music together

Wednesday, October 22 and November 12   10:00 am

Come sing, dance, play instruments and bond with your child

through music making activities. 

 

For ages birth to 2

 

No registration required.

 

 

Note: This program is in lieu of Mother Goose on the above dates.

 

 


 

The Survivors Swing Band dancin

 

Thursday, October 23rd at 7:00 pm in the Meeting Room

This 7 - piece band generates excitement wherever they perform, with classic melodies

from the Swing Era and beyond. Come get your fingers snapping and your toes tapping!

Dancing is encouraged.

 

 

   Please sign up to the right under "What's Happening..."  

 


 

Halloween Fun for Kids

Wednesday, October 29thblack cat

3:30-5:00 pm

 

Get an early start on trick-and-treating with young children
age 3-7 at the Halloween Fun for Kids activities. ‘Tweens' and teens from the Young Adult Council will read Halloween stories and lead simple crafts for young children with their parents. 

Costumes are encouraged!   

No preregistration necessary – just drop in and have fun!

 


Internet Safety for Parents of Tweens and Teensscott driscoll

Wednesday, October 29th at 7 pm

Meeting Room

 

 

Scott Driscoll has over 23 years of experience in both law enforcement and child safety advocacy.

 

 

RSVP to newtownmspta@gmail.com

 


 "Painting Churches", a Play by Tina Howe  presented by M&M 

                                                  

Sunday, November 2nd at 2:00 pm in the Meeting Roomx

Gardner and Fanny Church are preparing to move out of their Beacon Hill House to their summer cottage on the Cape. Gardner, once a famous poet, is now retired. He slips in and out of senility as Fanny valiantly tries to keep them both afloat. Their daughter Mags has agreed to come home and help them move, because she hopes to paint their portrait as well. She is now on the verge of artistic celebrity herself and hopes by painting her parents to come to terms with them and they with her.

 

Please sign up to the right under "What's Happening..."

 


Altered Book Workshop with Katie Stevensonb

Monday, November 3rd at 6:30 in the Meeting Room

 

Transform an old book into a new work of art! Using techniques such as sanding, painting, collaging, cutting and tearing, embellishing, and adhereing, you will create an "artist book." Bring your own book or use one of ours. Bring any small treasures you've saved (paper and fabric scraps, ticket stubs, buttons etc.) All basic materials will be provided for a $5 fee.

 

Please sign up to the right under"What's Happening..."


Mother Goose Yoga

Thursday, November 6   10:00 am    child in yoga pose

Certified "Radiant Child" yoga instructor, Jyothi Chintapalli, will lead children and their caregivers in basic postures, breathing and relaxation techniques accompanied by music.

 

For ages 1-4 and a caregiver.

 

No registration required.

 

 

 


 

Science Saturdays: Superhero Science spiderman

Saturday, November 15

2:00-3:00 pm

Learn how superheroes defy the laws of physics.  Hands on experiments will illustrate sudden

stopping, flying and super strength.

 

For grades 2-5

 

Please sign up to the right under "What's Happening..."

 

 

 


 

Books + Bricks star wars

Thursday, November 20

5:15-6:30 pm

Be inspired by a great Star Wars book then build with Legos.

 

Ages 5-8

 

Please sign up to the right under "What's Happening..."

 

 

 

 


 

Puzzle Art with Paula Brinkman  puzzle art

Saturday, November 22   2:00-3:00 pm

Transform a simple design into a 3D work of art using puzzle pieces.

 

 

Ages 7-10

 

Please sign up to the right under "What's Happening..."

 

 


 

Dr. Schenker: "British Soldier Poets of WWI"

Sunday, November 30th at 2:00 in the Meeting Room

 

Mark Schenker of Yale College will discuss poems written by British soldiers who served in WWI. A handout of poems by Edward Thomas, Siegfried Sassoon, Wilfred Owen and others will be available at and in advance of the lecture. Please ask at the circulation desk.

 

Please sign up to the right under "What's Happening..."

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FiberWorks Show: "Transformation"FiberWorks

 

October 11th through November 7th       

Opening: October 12th from 2:00-4:00

Second floor, Mystery area

This show of contemporary fiber arts explores and conveys many facets of evolution, reorganization, reclamation and transmutation. It includes quilting, weaving, felting, and painting.

 


The Little Book Store

Second floor

The Little Book Store has a great selection of Halloween books,

as well as books of every sort. They make great gifts at astonishing prices.

New titles are always being added so stop back often!bbb


 

"New Stories for Newtown" Has a New Deadline


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New Stories for Newtown Award for Words and Images invites you* to submit your best art and writing work. The deadline has been extended to October 31, 2014. You can pick up registration forms at the C.H. Booth Library or download the form.

 

 Visit our New Stories Facebook Page

*open to any student under the age of 19 who currently resides or attends school in Newtown.


                                                                              

books heal hears"Books Heal Hearts" - donations to the C.H. Booth Library for our community

Visit the website, One Newtown, for information on support and recovery. A new website, Newtown Charities, provides charitable organization information.


Information on Grief Counseling, Financial Assistance, and Donations to Newtown, Click Here.

Visit the website called One Newtown, www.onenewtown.com, for information on our "path forward and things that support recovery".


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