NEWTOWN, CT — the Newtown Education Foundation recently announce d anew date for their night of comedy which was originally scheduled for January 19th. The first date was postponed due to the weather and the new date is set for Friday, March 1st.
The evening of laughter and fun will take place at the Edmond Town Hall on Main Street in Newtown. The event features comedian Alexandria McHale and friends. The event takes place on Friday, March 1 from 8:30 PM – 10:00 PM.
Tickets can be purchased on Eventbrite and all tickets include free wine, beer, and dessert. Edmond Town Hall doors will open at 7:30 PM for general seating. The show starts at 8:30 PM.
The pre-show VIP party begins at 6:30 PM in the Alexandria Room, upstairs at the Edmond Town Hall, and includes premier seating for the show. Enjoy a beautiful dinner prepared by Sal E Pepe Restaurant of Newtown that includes wine, beer, and soda.
Learn more and purchase tickets here.
NEWTOWN, CT — Fruit & Cheese Blintzes, Bacon, Sausage and Spinach Frittatas, Country Farm Pancakes…. is your mouth watering yet? Looking for a great spot to take the family for Easter Brunch or Passover? Here are the top three spots in Newtown, as ranked by Trip Advisor and Yelp users.
Yelp’s Top 3 Newtown Brunch Spots
- Farmhouse Restaurant, 43 S. Main St.
- Foundry Kitchen & Tavern, 1 Glen Rd.
- Eggs & Co., 71 S. Main. St.
Trip Advisor’s Top 3 Newtown Brunch Spots
What do you think of their picks? Tell us in the comments.
We wish you a very Happy Passover season and a Happy Easter to you and yours!
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DANBURY, CT — The first day of spring is on Tuesday, but spring weather is staying at bay, at least for now, as a fourth Nor’Easter in one month threatens our area. The National Weather Service (NWS) has issued a Hazardous Weather Outlook now through Sunday which “will likely bring accumulating snow from late Tuesday night into Wednesday evening.”
NECN’s meteorologist said this could be enough to bring “plowable snow” and “cause delays and cancellations for Thursday morning.”
WFSB meteorologist Bruce DePrest stated that light snow will begin early in the morning on Wednesday and then snow will become heavy at times, with strong winds. Snow is expected to end before dawn on Thursday. Depending on the track of the storm, some areas may receive significant snowfall of 6 inches or more, according to the NWS.
“We are forecasting 6-12 inches for much of the state,” DePrest said.
If area students have a snow day, many will be getting out in late June as snow day totals approach nearly two dozen for some schools.
Photo credit: Wendy Ann Mitchell