Sabrina’s Encore Productions’ cast and crew have been preparing all week for Cole Porter’s ‘Anything Goes’, a live performance, that will bring Broadway to Main Street. From the dance numbers, to the vocals and the amazing set of the ship that is now on our stage, and accompaniment by a professional orchestra, you will be sure to enjoy the show on Friday or Saturday night at 8 p.m. In addition, Sabrina will present ‘James and the Giant Peach, Jr.’ on Saturday afternoon at…
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The Cultural Arts Commission Presents the last classic film until September! Click Here to see the upcoming line-up of classic films that starts September 1.
Our 500-seat proscenium theater features state-of-the art sound as well as digital presentations. Read More
Endow a chair in your family name, remember a loved one, or showcase your business. Supporters also receive a year of special offers and discounts around Newtown! Support our town treasure! Learn How
Hiss Golden Messenger, presented by Live at the Edmond Town Hall, is coming to Edmond Town Hall on Saturday, November 12, 2016. Learn More
Edmond Town Hall, dedicated in 1930 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, was a gift from Newtown benefactor Mary Elizabeth Hawley. Learn More
Cars Must Exit Through Newtown Savings Bank Parking Lot Starting Tuesday, July 5 – through Friday, July 8, users of the Edmond Town Hall parking lot must exit the lot through the Newtown Savings Bank parking lot. The bank exit can be accessed from the Edmond Town Hall parking lot on the south rear side, near the trash dumpsters. We apologize for this inconvenience as we work to replace the building’s original boiler with a modern, energy efficient unit. Please…
After 85 years, the Edmond Town Hall will be replacing its original heating boilers with new efficient, modern boilers for the upcoming winter season. Thank you, Newtown! See story in The Newtown Bee!
Just in time for holiday giving, The Mary Hawley Society is launching an ‘Adopt-a-Chair’ campaign to raise funds for the installation of 150 seats in the balcony of the Edmond Town Hall’s historic theater. The campaign has the support of local businesses who have partnered up to provide donors with an adoption card good for one year of special discounts at Newtown Gifts and Treats, and at My Place, Filet, The Hook, and Tambascio’s restaurants. “The cost to adopt is…
“The Good Dinosaur” was good for the Newtown Food Pantry, which received 17 bins of food plus monetary donations from residents who attended the special preview of the Disney film, which took place at the Edmond Town Hall Theater on November 24. The preview was arranged by Andy Clure, former member of the Edmond Town Hall Board of Managers, and recently elected to the Newtown Board of Education.