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Friday, October 17 through Thursday, October 23
 
HERCULES 

Rated PG-13 * running time 1:38

Dwayne Johnson, John Hunt & Ian McShane

Screenings Friday and Saturday, 7 & 9 pm; Monday, Wednesday and Thursday, 7 pm;

matinees Saturday, 4 pm; Tuesday, 1 pm.

Disillusioned and heartsick at the loss of his family, the legendary son of Zeus turns his back on the gods of Olympus to live and battle among the sons of man in this fast-paced action-adventure.


Friday, October 24 through Thursday, October 31
 
GHOSTBUSTERS 

Rated PG * running time 1:45

Starring Bill Murray, Harold Ramis, Dan Aykroyd, Sigourney Weaver.

Rick Moranis, Annie Potts, Ernie Hudson & William Atherton

Screenings Friday and Saturday, 7 & 9 pm; Sunday through Thursday, 7 pm;

matinees Saturday, 1* & 4* pm; Tuesday, 1 pm.

"Who you gonna call??!" It's been 30 years (!!!) since the trio of whacky but lovable parapsychologists Dr Peter Venkman, Dr Raymond Stantz and Dr Egon Spengler found their calling and set out to save the Big Apple from things that go bump in the night. What was really saved on film was a group of very talented actors who immersed themselves in a looney script written by Ramis, Ackroyd and Moranis. Brilliantly orchestrated by director Ivan Reitman, the result was a comedy masterpiece.

 *Free small popcorn to any Trick or Treater who attends in costume.



ALSO AT EDMOND TOWN HALL:

Annual Newtown Bee Candidates Forum 

Tuesday, October 21, 7-9 pm: Newtown Bee Editor Curtiss Clark will moderate forum between state representative contenders Dan Carter (R-2, incumbent), Candace Fay (Second District Democratic challenger), JP Sredzinski (112th Republican challenger), Jen Aguilar (112th Democratic challenger), Mitch Bolinsky (106th-R, incumbent) and Matt Cole (106th Democratic challenger), meet and greet to open event in ETH Lobby at 7, forum to begin at 7:30, voters invited to submit questions by noon October 20 to editor@thebee.com; 203-426-3141.


The SOund of Ashana: Live in Concert

Friday, October 24, 7:30 pm: $35/advance, $45/door, vocal and crystal bowls performance by healing music artist and New Age vocalist, with guest musicians on hap and percussion, hosted by YogaSpace of Bethel; 203-730-YOGA.

The Johannes String Quartet

Sunday, October 26, 3 pm (ETH Theatre): $25, free for children grades K-12 with ticket-holding adult, works of Mendelssohn, Brahms and Beethoven, informal reception to follow, hosted by Newtown Friends of Music; 203-426-6470, NewtownFriendsofMusic.org.

Read more here: Mendelssohn, Brahms & Beethoven On Johannes String Quartet Program

(http://www.newtownbee.com/news/enjoy/2014/10/10/mendelssohn-brahms-beeth...)


Newtown Chili Cook-Off

Wednesday, November 5, 5:30-8 pm (in the gymnasium): Local restaurants will vie for title of Best Chili in The Greater Newtown Area, also beer tastings courtesy Black Hog Brewing Company, tickets $25 for chili and beer tastings, $15 for chili only, all welcome, hosted by Newtown Chamber of Commerce; 203-426-9193, www.newtown-ct.com.

Read more here: Inaugural Chili Cook-Off To Feature Local Restaurants

(http://www.newtownbee.com/news/enjoy/2014/10/14/inaugural-chili-cook-fea...)

 

Violinist Alexi Kenney & Pianist Yannick Rafalimanana

Sunday, November 23, 3 pm (ETH Theatre): $25, free for for children grades K-12 with ticket-holding adult, works of Bach, Janacek, Schumann, et al, informal reception to follow, hosted by Newtown Friends of Music; 203-426-6470, NewtownFriendsofMusic.org.


The Fauré Quartett

Sunday, February 22, 3 pm (ETH Theatre): $25, free for children grades K-12 with ticket-holding adult, works of Mahler, Fauré and Brahms, informal reception to follow, hosted by Newtown Friends of Music; 203-426-6470, NewtownFriendsofMusic.org.


Henschel String Quartet

Sunday, March 15, 3 pm (ETH Theatre): $25, free for children grades K-12 with ticket-holding adult, works of Theofanidis, Schubert, Janacek and Beethoven, informal reception to follow, hosted by Newtown Friends of Music; 203-426-6470, NewtownFriendsofMusic.org.


Dorian Wind Quintet with guest pianist Spencer Myer

Sunday, April 12, 3 pm (ETH Theatre): $25, free for children grades K-12 with ticket-holding adult, works of Bach, Hoiby, Perle and Poulenc, informal reception to follow, hosted by Newtown Friends of Music; 203-426-6470, NewtownFriendsofMusic.org.