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- 08/12/10--11:08: _Saturday Dance Soci...
- 08/12/10--13:17: _Auditions for Maste...
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- 08/14/10--15:59: _Prospect Church's 2...
- 08/16/10--08:10: _Free Literacy Scree...
- 08/16/10--10:44: _Movie Screening—The...
- 08/18/10--16:00: _Special Needs Frien...
- 08/18/10--21:11: _SOMbike Family Bike...
- 08/19/10--07:59: _NJAI Music Series C...
- 08/23/10--07:46: _Heart & Sole Walk
- 08/23/10--12:52: _Pierro Gallery: Met...
- 08/25/10--07:32: _Colosseum Gym Ultim...
- 08/30/10--08:34: _Living Successfully...
- 08/31/10--06:51: _St. George's Sunday...
- 09/01/10--06:44: _Seton Hall Universi...
- 09/01/10--10:22: _Lydia Johnson Dance...
- 09/01/10--15:07: _Driving without Des...
- 09/01/10--21:29: _Rotarian Explains O...
- 09/02/10--06:25: _Free Health Fair & ...
- 08/11/10--19:55: The Writers Circle Creative Writing Workshops - REGISTRATION
- 08/12/10--11:08: Saturday Dance Social - dance, socialize, meet new friends
- 08/12/10--13:17: Auditions for Masterwork Chorus
- 08/12/10--21:24: Tennis Clinic--The Advanced Serve
- 08/14/10--15:59: Prospect Church's 2010 RUMMAGE FUNDRAISER
- 08/16/10--08:10: Free Literacy Screening
- 08/16/10--10:44: Movie Screening—The Evolution of Dad
- 08/18/10--16:00: Special Needs Friendly Pool Pizza Party
- 08/18/10--21:11: SOMbike Family Bike Ride
- 08/19/10--07:59: NJAI Music Series Continues with Gar Francis
- 08/23/10--07:46: Heart & Sole Walk
- 08/23/10--12:52: Pierro Gallery: Metaphor
- Opening Reception: Sunday, September 19, 2010, 1-4pm.
- 08/25/10--07:32: Colosseum Gym Ultimate Bootcamp
- 08/30/10--08:34: Living Successfully with a Mood Disorder - Four Part Series
- 08/31/10--06:51: St. George's Sunday School Registration and Brunch
- 09/01/10--06:44: Seton Hall University Test of Emergency Siren System
- 09/01/10--10:22: Lydia Johnson Dance: Registration for Classes for Kids and Teens
- 09/01/10--15:07: Driving without Destination
- 09/01/10--21:29: Rotarian Explains Organizing Community Blood Drives
- 09/02/10--06:25: Free Health Fair & Newcomers Day
555 Valley Rd, West Orange, NJ
THE WRITERS CIRCLE CREATIVE WRITING WORKSHOPS
SIGN UP NOW FOR FALL
Writing Sessions start the week of September 13
Workshops for Children
Tuesday 3:45-5:00 PM – Story Magic (3rd-5th grade)
Saturday 10:00-11:00 AM – Storytellers Circle (K-2nd grade)
Saturday 11:15-12:30 – Story Magic (3rd-5th grade)
Saturday 12:30-2:00 PM – Middle/High School mixed level
Workshops for Adults
Wednesday 9:00-11:00AM – Adult Writers Circle
Wednesday 7:30-9:30PM – Adult Writers Circle
Thursday 7:15-9:15 – The Writers Circle at the South Orange-Maplewood Adult School
Express, create, be inspired
215 Rutgers St, Maplewood, NJ
Come and join us. Dance and socialize! Meet new friends. Dancing connects the World!
2 Convent Rd, Morristown, NJ
Share the joy of singing with The Masterwork Chorus
First Rehearsal and Auditions: September 1, 2010
The Masterwork Chorus announces auditions for new members for its 2010-2011 season. Experienced choral singers with strong vocal and sight-reading skills are encouraged to audition.
The first rehearsal for the 2010-2011 season is at 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, September 1, in the Xavier Center on the Campus of the College of St. Elizabeth, Convent Station, NJ. Prospective members are invited to attend this first rehearsal, during which auditions may be arranged with Music Director Andrew Megill for the evening of Thursday, September 2. Auditions are held at the Xavier Center.
For further information, please contact Becky Adams, Membership Chair, at 908-420-6869 or beckyb491@ gmail.com, or visit the Masterwork website: www.masterwork.org
20 N Ridgewood Rd
Use your footwork to add speed and spin to your serve.
Two-hour clinics for adults offer participants the opportunity to focus on a specific skill then practice that skill by playing against other members of the group. During the first hour, unique drills enable students to improve their serve, ground strokes, volley, and strategy. The second hour is devoted to match play as participants apply newly learned techniques through competition.
Instructor José Funes is USPTA-certified.
For more information or to register, visit www.singles2doublesnj.com or call 973-763-1304.
GALA RUMMAGE SALE! Prospect Church's 2010 RUMMAGE FUNDRAISER
THREE SATURDAYS OF SUPER SAVINGS: August 21st, 28th & September 11th, 9:30 - 1PM 646 Prospect Street, Maplewood, NJ (corner of Tuscan)
BARGAINS GALORE: Fabulous fashions, furnishings and items for the entire family! Antiques, collectibles, toys, baby goods, housewares, books, DVDs, CDs electronics and more!
Great prices for a great cause: all proceeds given to community charities.
(973)763-2090 for more information.
Lil' Reading Scientists is a literacy learning center for children ages 4-12 years old, offering small group classes and individual tutoring in reading, writing, spelling, handwriting, and reading comprehension and fluency. Lil' Reading Scientists is offering free reading screenings for children ages 4-12 on Saturday September 11, Saturday September 18, and Saturday September 25 from 10:00 am until 2:00 pm. Please call the center at 973-822-3200 to make an appointment. We Build Strong Readers!
Become a fan of Lil' Reading Scientists on Facebook to read Miss Jenelle's Weekly Tips on literacy.
This event requires registration.
The GAS Gallery & Studio will screen the documentary 'The Evolution of Dad' by the award-winning film-maker Dana H. Glazer. It is based on how fatherhood has changed over time, its impact on family and society, and the ways in which the role will continue to evolve. The screening will be hosted by Lisa Duggan of The MotherHoodBlog and Rick Hauser of GAS Gallery and Studio. The seats are limited, so hurry up and register before Sept. 1. For more information and registration, contact Lisa Duggan.
187 Boyden Ave, Maplewood, NJ
SPED-PTO and Maplewood Rec Dept. invite special needs children within the South Orange/Maplewood school district to a pool pizza party! Up to 4 family members along with child may attend. Please RSVP to 973-868-7595 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please provide your name, contact info and number of attendees.
Note: In case of inclement weather, such as thunder / lightening or torrential rain, the party will be canceled.
SOMbike Family Bike Rides are a great way to bike safely through our beautiful community. All ages and abilities. Meet up at the NJ Transit Parking Lot, Baker and Maplewood Ave, 10 am
New Jersey Arts Incubator's music series will continue in September at NJAI's newly renovated gallery and performance space on the courtyard side of Essex Green Shopping Center. Gar Francis and Tom Picard will be the star performers playing American rock for you. If you'd like to perform at NJAI's future series, submit your applications to Red at email@example.com. Donation of $10 is recommended. For more information, visit the Web site or call at the number provided.
Heart & Sole Walk is a great day in the park with a walk, prizes, kid's activities, entertainment and refreshments to benefit heart failure and transplant patients. Newark Beth Israel Medical Center was named among the nation's top 50 hospitals for heart and heart surgery by US News Media Group's America's Best Hospitals. You can walk, donate or volunteer.
5 Mead St
Using a variety of styles and media with distinctly individual approaches, five artists juxtapose imagery or contrast space, scale and color to create their own visual symbolism, evoke emotion, or suggest narrative. Curated by Sarah Petruziello
Susanna Baker (printmaking and encaustic)
Jamie Greenfield (mixed media)
Linda Pochesci (painting)
Merrill Steiger (painting0
Valery Sutherland (sculpture and ink drawings)
Gallery hours: Friday, Saturday, Sunday 1-4 pm, and First Thursdays of each month and by appointment.
All events are free.
Wheelchair accessible, large print lists available
Colosseum Gym, 525 Irvington Avenue in Newark, is proud to announce its Ultimate Bootcamp, a fitness cross-training system which encompasses Calisthenics, Aerobics and Anaerobic utilizing body free weights. This is no ordinary "Bootcamp" class! Director of Personal Training and Bootcamps, Carlos Chip Baez, also of Maplewood PD, runs classes that consist of military style exercises with a twist and no work out is the same. The classes leave participants wanting more and consistently challenges members to out-perform their previous GOALS!
Classes run Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 5 a.m..
WHO: Jewish Family Service and the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance invite members of the community touched by depression or bipolar disorder
WHAT: Four-Part Course, Free and Open to the Public
WHEN: October 5, October 12, October 19 and October 26, 2010 from 6:45 to 8:45 p.m.
WHERE: Offices of JFS of MetroWest, 256 Columbia Turnpike, Suite 105 in Florham Park
Jewish Family Service of MetroWest presents the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance's Living Successfully with a Mood Disorder on Tuesday evenings this October in Florham Park. Bonnie Rosenthal, past president of the DBSA chapter in Succasunna will facilitate the free four-part course designed for people diagnosed with depression or bipolar disorder, those who think they may have a mood disorder and supporters of a person with a mood disorder.
The Living Successfully course will help participants learn the basics of mood disorders, available resources and assistance, tips for relationships and recovery and how to build a Living Successfully plan. Participants report better daily functioning and improved perspective on their long-term mental wellness. Pre-registration is required by September 27 and is limited to 20 people. All JFS programs are offered on a non-discriminatory basis. For more information or to register, contact Bonnie Rosenthal at 973-361-5456 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rosenthal, a health educator who teaches for the Red Cross, is the founder and former president of DBSA Succasunna. She also facilitates support groups and educational programs and advocates for people living with physical, mental and/or emotional disabilities. Currently, she serves as a representative of Morris County on the Got Blue Collaborative committee, a community-wide organization working to bring more awareness to depression.
Since 1985, the Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA) has provided hope, help and support to improve the lives of people living with depression or bipolar disorder. DBSA pursues and accomplishes this mission through peer-based, recovery-oriented, empowering services and resources, and ensures that people living with mood disorders are treated equitably. To learn more about DBSA, visit www.dbsalliance.org.
550 Ridgewood Rd, Maplewood, NJ
Families with children in pre-K, elementary or middle school are invited to come and learn more about Sunday School activities at St. George's Episcopal Church in Maplewood on Sunday, Sept. 12.
The event begins with the 9:15am Family Service, followed by Sunday School registration and brunch. For more information please email Amy Cox-Martins, Sunday School Director, at email@example.com or call 973-761-5510. Parents may also register their children online by visiting the church's website.
400 S Orange Ave
Seton Hall University in South Orange, NJ will be conducting a test of its Emergency Siren System on Wednesday, September 29 at noon.
For more information on the siren system, please visit www.shu.edu/go/sireninfo.
1 Trenchard Pl
Lydia Johnson Dance is enrolling students at its acclaimed dance school. Ballet is taught on Mondays at the South Orange Performing Arts Center. Contemporary and Hip Hop classes are offered at the Burgdorff Center in Maplewood. Classes begin the week of Sept. 20. For class descriptions, times, fee and registration, www.lydiajohnsondance.org
400 S Orange Ave
The Walsh Gallery Presents
DRIVING WITHOUT DESTINATION
SEPTEMBER 7 –OCTOBER 2, 2010
OPENING RECEPTION – THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16 5PM TO 8PM
The Walsh Gallery is pleased to announce a group exhibition of contemporary art in collaboration with the G.K. Chesterton Institute for Faith and Culture. Exhibiting artists were inspired by an essay written by Dr. Dermot Quinn, in which he ponders the ramifications of global culture. Quinn's essay reflects upon G.K. Chesterton's seminal essay, "The Outline of Insanity" which although published in 1926, accurately predicts the effects of cultural and political homogeny. Curators, Tony Capparelli and Jeanne Brasile were motivated to produce the exhibition due to the timely subject matter that ponders the thought that "oneness" denies the beauty and glory of diversity in an increasingly homogenous world.
Participating artists include: Shannon Bellum, Ellen Denuto, Billy Friebele, Kathleen Gerard, Allan Gorman, Max Heller, So Yoon Lym, Tony Murray, Mary Ann Reilly, Ryan Roa, Larry Ross, Joan Sonnenfeld, Bill Westheimer and Heidi Younger. The artists were selected through an open call process and juried by the curators, Father Ian Boyd, C.S.B. and Director of the Chesterton Institute, Gloria Garafulich-Grabois and Dermot Quinn, Ph.D, Professor of History at Seton Hall University. The jury panel aimed to present a balance of themes and media in the exhibition. A symposium will take place on Saturday, October 2nd at 2pm in the Walsh Gallery. Speakers include Father Ian Boyd, who is also Editor of the Chesterton Review and Dr. Dermot Quinn. All events are free and open to the public.
52 Vose Ave
Larry Ripley, a member of the Rotary Club of Morris Plains, will explain to the Rotary Club of South Orange how to organize a community blood drive. Larry has sponsored at least one blood drive a month in his local community and is encouraging community groups to take on the commitment of sponsoring blood drives. Community members are invited to attend this special Rotary meeting.
5 Mead St
The Township of South Orange Village welcomes both new and longtime residents to this informative and fun social event.
The Health Fair will run from 10am-2pm, and includes free health screenings, home safety tips and free gifts, health education and kids' activities.
The Newcomers activities will run from 1pm-3pm and includes a meet-and-learn with township officials, kite flying, live music and more. The rain date is Sept. 19.
Township government officials and representatives of township agencies (police, fire, first aid, etc.), local organizations, health care professionals and businesses will be on hand to lead the activities.