Author: Lucy

Movement, Nutrition, and Expanding Your Personal Practice

Thursday, November 14th at 1:30 in the Meeting Room. Sean Fitzpatrick, Personal Biomechanics Trainer and Health Coach is back! Our class will open with a general discussion on what it means to have a personal health practice.  We will devote some time to discussing what it means to consume Real Food vs. Food Products, and...

Clothing Swap Sponsored by NEAT

  Saturday, November 23 from 1:30-3:30. Each person should bring 10 or more items in good condition, no holes or stains. Bags, jewelry, and women’s clothing. Snacks provided. Come 15 minutes early to set up. All items may be taken away for free (no swap) from 3-3:30. Click here to register

Newtown Historical Society: The Allied Invasion of Normandy CANCELED DUE TO WEATHER

Tuesday, November 12th 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...

Genealogy Club of Newtown: “The Tree of Lives: My Journey Through Genealogy”

On Wednesday, November 13th at 7:00, Joel Levitt will discuss his book; the story of his immigrant ancestors and their descendants as they arrived and settled in the Golden Land. He will discuss how he located documents, photos, and family trees. Come early to converse with other genealogists and enjoy some light refreshments. All welcome!

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...

BOPPA CHUA! History of the 50s and 60s Through Popular Song

Sunday, November 20th from 2-4:00 in the Meeting Room. A celebration of those memorable and colorful decades, this two person show is a multi-media presentation of song, storytelling and laughter.  Spontaneous singing springs up all around the room as the audience enjoys our common heritage in song and winds up feeling great about where we’ve...

Simple, Healthy Cooking for One or Two

Thursday, November 21st at 2:00 in the Meeting Room. Chef Sharon will demonstrate how to make a satisfying cold weather meal, with plenty of samples, and recipes to take home.   Register here.

Three by Margaret Atwood with Mark Schenker

Dr. Schenker of Yale College will lead discussions of three interrelated stories from Margaret Atwood’s 2006 collection Moral Disorder and Other Stories. You can pick up copies of the stories at the desk. All discussions are on Saturdays at 2:00 in the Gathering Room: October 19          “The Art of Cooking and Serving”  ...

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