Category: Featured Programs & Events

Congregation Adath Israel Exhibits 100-Year History

Please stop by to see our new exhibit showcasing Newtown’s synagogue, Adath Israel’s, rich history and heritage. The exhibit chronicles the evolution of Adath Israel throughout the decades highlighting its founding in the early 1900s to today. The exhibit will be on display in the Gathering Room through December 15th. Caption: On July 4,1914, ground was...

Excel Class

10 am to 3 pm (1 hour break at noon) Please register–spots limited! Learn this popular and necessary computer program. An experienced instructor from the American Job Center will take you through the basics…and with 4 hours of instruction…a bit more! This program takes place in a mobile computer lab at the Edmond Town Hall...

Exciting News! Stop & Shop Community Bag Program

Exciting News! We have been chosen by Stop & Shop to benefit from the Community Bag Program during the month of November!  The Stop & Shop Community Bag Program is designed to make it easy for customers to contribute to a local community cause while supporting the environment. How it works: Each time a reusable...

Movement, Nutrition, and Expanding Your Personal Practice

Thursday, December 12th at 1:30 in the Meeting Room. We will continue our discussion from last class on what it means to have a personal health practice, focusing this time on the importance of self discovery and belief.  Our nutrition focus will be on the impact of Food and Inflammation, diving into how our diet...

Love CHBL? Get Involved!

Seeking Trustees for the Cyrenius H. Booth Library! Got talent & experience with Buildings & Grounds or Fundraising/Development? Want to use your skills for a higher purpose? Resident of Newtown? Then we want YOU to submit your resume for consideration to be a Trustee of the Cyrenius H. Booth Library! You can help further the...

Newtown Historical Society: The Allied Invasion of Normandy

Monday, December 9th at 7:30 in the Meeting Room. Come at 7:00 to see an educational and entertaining video. The war in Europe had gone on for 5 long years. Just as the English Channel had protected Britain from Nazi invasion, now the Channel protected occupied Europe from liberation. On June 6, 1944, D-Day, that...

French Lessons

Learned a little French in school? Going on a trip? These lessons are designed for people with a rudimentary knowledge of the language. We will refresh our skills with Mme. Anette Roth through song, video and basic conversation. Please sign up for each class separately. Tuesday, November 12, 12-1:00 in Gathering Room Click here to...

Jigsaw Puzzle Contest

Sunday, November 24th from 1-5:00, or whenever one team wins. Try your skills at completing your team’s puzzle before the other teams do! Teams will be comprised of six people each, with every team working on the same puzzle. You can create your own team or be randomly placed on a team. Please sign up...

Holiday Needle Felting with Katie

Monday December 9 from 4:30-6:00 in the Meeting Room. Enjoy a sociable time creating a small creature or ornament, using dyed wool roving and a burred needle. Click here to register

InnerAct with Anthony DePoto

InnerAct with Anthony DePoto

Exercise your imagination on the following Saturdays at 1 pm in the library meeting room on November 16 and December 14.  Actor and educator, Anthony DePoto will lead children in a variety of theater games that foster creativity, communication,  and storytelling. For ages 7-10. Register here.