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Goodbye, Mr. Chips (1939) will be screened at the Edmond Town Hall on Sunday, August 31 at 1pm, 4pm & 7pmNewtown Celebrates the Greatest Year in Film:  1939

This year, we celebrate the 75th anniversary of “The Greatest Year in Film” through screenings of 1939 Academy Award nominees and other notable films, at the Edmond Town Hall.  The 2014 Sunday Cinema Series will run one Sunday each month from May through December, 2014.

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The August 2014 Arts Newsletter is Here!

Check out the great range of performances, films, exhibits, and workshops that are coming up, in and out of town where Newtowners are shining!  From a world-premier (A Rockin’ Midsummer Nights Dream at NHS) to one of Broadway’s best (Les Misérables in Shelton featuring an NHS senior), there’s a musical for every age and taste on stage.  Play selections include a black box production of Fully Committed, to a professional production of Doubt.  Concerts include the chamber music of David Finkel and Wu Han, presented by the Newtown Friends of Music, and Mark Kozelek of Sun Kil Moon, Live at the Edmond Town Hall.  Even movie fans get treated to Frozen, Million Dollar Arm, and Goodbye, Mr. Chips.

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