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Parks & Recreation
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Contact:
Director
Assistant Director/Recreation
Assistant Director/Parks
Address:
Three Main Street
Newtown, CT 06470
Phone:
(203) 270-4340
Fax:
(203) 270-4333
Hours:
8:00 am to 4:30 pm
Monday to Friday
Newtown Savings Bank Summer Concert Series
Newtown Savings Bank Summer Concert Series
 
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Newtown Savings Bank
2014 Summer Concert Series
Come to our 6th Annual Concert series and bring a picnic basket, lawn chair and blanket.
Concerts are free to attend and will begin at 6:30 pm and end around 8:00 pm.
Concerts are at Dickinson Memorial Park Band Shell.
June 26th---My Dad's Truck
July 10th---Hadron Big Bangers
July 17th---The Wonderful Trio
July 24th---Marybeth Sippin and The Goldrush Band
August 7th-Off the Hook
August 14th- Jay Willie Blues Band
August 21st-  The Frank Porto Band
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Thank you to all of our Sponsors for our very Successful Summer JAM concert series this year.
Andy Sachs and the Around Town Team at Coldwell Banker, Carlaluzzi's, Claris Construction. People's United Bank, Popowich Chiropractic and Acupuncture Care, Union Savings Bank, The Taunton Press, Honda of Danbury, Associated Refuse Haulers, Newtown Pools, and David Vine with Northwestern Mutual Life.

Memorial Walkway Tom Draper MD  203-770-8477  TFDRPR10@yahoo.com
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To support the construction of a walkway from Sandy Hook to the flagpole to reflect the unity of our community and continuing remembrance and shared loss. “The Children’s Walkway will creat those random serendipitous moments where people recognize each other as neighbors and friends. We are no longer strangers but villagers looking out for one another, particularly the young, old and frail. A wide, well-built walkway will connect churches, schools and parks with our major areas of commerce that will encourage physical activity and unify our community.
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 "In honor of Sandy Hook Children"
click on donate button above to donate to the Park Gift Fund





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