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- 02/16/13--05:44: A Fine Collection: Treasures from the Vault
- 02/20/13--12:49: Legends Baseball Instruction Spring Break Camp
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- 02/20/13--13:00: CASA for Children of Essex County "Spin for a Child" Fundraiser
- 02/20/13--13:31: Marietta Patricia Leis: Earthly Pleasures
- 02/20/13--23:01: 2nd Annual Jewish Playwriting Contest
- 02/21/13--08:19: "Death at the Doo-Wop" A Murder Mystery Dinner
- 02/21/13--08:38: Baby and Me Yoga
- 02/21/13--14:06: FULL CONTENTS & DEMOLITION SALE: FRI 2/22 & SAT 2/23 ONLY!
- 02/22/13--10:11: Megillah Reading, Shpiel and Purim Extravaganza
- 02/22/13--11:53: Nuclear Cowboyz
- 02/22/13--12:57: Purim Services and Festivities at Congregation B'nai Israel
217 Prospect St, South Orange, NJ
Time: 6:30 pm–6:30 pm
Watch the trailer because of this year’s newest story book redux, Hansel and Gretel Witch Hunters it, wasn’t a hard thing to assess the particular film as a clichéd actions motion picture having a negative piece and a ridiculous identify: we had been not necessarily completely wrong to take action. Nevertheless, the massive level of woman characters can make it a minimum of an appealing movie to review. While the arena of Hansel as well as Gretel will characteristic men, several main figures tend to be plus an appealing distort for an action film, female figures exceed your types. The show also moves the particular Bechdel examination actually.
Thus, here’s a quick overview of the actual movie, which most likely isn’t required aside from the sake of the well-organized essay. Hansel (Jeremy Renner) and Gretel (Gemma Arterton) are usually siblings who are directed out there into the woodland through their own mother and father in which they are promptly forgotten. Hansel as well as Gretel kill the bad witch which attempts to eat Hansel and turn into renowned wizard seekers, till they result in a major city where numerous children happen to be used with a group of three associated with wizards to be used to have an wicked ritual. Physical violence and one-liners take place and Hansel and also Gretel arrived at understand on their own in addition to their very own background much better.
The motion picture performs away just like a video game: it’s violence visual and also overstated. Professionally, My partner and i haven’t observed this particular many brain lost away from bodies because a good ill-fated looking at associated with Rambo Intravenous (2008). People are sculpted in order to shreds, extremely beaten, squished in order to death, blow up and then for any quantity of implausible as well as gory ways to perish.
Jeremy Renner getting involved in an improbable action picture
But again, in spite of Hansel and his awesome overpowering hatred of witches (which right now there appear to be only women-no wicked warlocks within this business), the sole additional men showcased certainly are a simple mayor, a great violent sheriff (Philip Stormare), a pleasant troll as well as an overzealous lover regarding Hansel as well as Gretel’s work (Thomas Mann).
Gemma Arterton may be the other side of the bad-ass Hansel and Gretel team, with as an appropriately aggressive Gretel. I prefer the spunky heroine and while Hansel does have to save lots of her towards the end from the movie, the lady will drive home the final killing setback, therefore all round I suppose there is excellent equal rights within their chaotic slaughter with the ghouls.
On to the point, I'm not in opposition to feminine bad guys: We help equal-opportunity during my bad masterminds and if you’re going to use a lot of traditional man bad guys (Lex Luther in Monster, Scar tissue from The Lion King, Batman’s Snake oil salesman), presently there ought to be a few equally wicked ladies running around (Ursula in The Little Mermaid, the actual Borg Full coming from Star Wars, Toxic Ivy regarding Superman).
Nonetheless, in this respect Hansel and Gretel has ended the most notable, just like it's in almost any other approach. But it is fascinating, the actual physical violence dedicated by these woman villains and towards these is jarring and also explicit, however, the particular filmmakers obviously do exactly what they can in order to range the particular witches coming from getting thought of as women. Actually every witch is actually gigantic, together with scaly pores and skin as well as aimed teeth, unrecognizable because females generally.
Thus furthermore these people not really look like ladies, these people don’t behave like expectant mothers loving ladies, once again making it difficult to understand all of them and I assume upon some stage, making it easier to be able to belly the horrific level of conquering all of them manage to receive. You can find lots of wicked woman wizards playing around hauling youngsters from their mattresses so that you can compromise them regarding immortality and also actually take in these.
Famke Janssen since the girl monstrous personal inside Hansel and Gretel Witch Hunters
There's a single girl though who isn’t identical to the remaining portion of the wizards; Famke Janssen (X-Men) is a grand-witch and so in a position to modify her physical appearance. She could appear as a typical human lady or may change directly into her more natural, massive do it yourself. Oddly enough, at some point with the movie she actually is, of course, being outdone upwards through Hansel and also to try to cease your pet from strangling her the lady adjustments in to the girl gorgeous individual do it yourself and also actually starts to plead with Hansel for mercy. Hansel knows that she is still evil understanding that the sweetness is merely an action therefore surface finishes her away. As soon as is nearly meta, as though the film maker has been acknowledging the fact experienced the ladies recently been human-looking, such gratuitously severe works against these might have maybe been unacceptable to audiences.
You will find great ghouls in the movie however, expectant mothers caring ladies who are usually healers and also compromise for their children, and so are needless to say, physically beautiful. Although this particular doesn’t stop these from having the shit beat out of which either, just in the more culturally appropriate method and one and then there is actually quick retribution from one of the nice men inside the motion picture.
Something that has been intriguing even though, the particular movie is predicated off the traditional story book associated with Hansel as well as Gretel in which Hansel and also Gretel are deserted in the woodland as their wicked stepmother doesn’t desire to look after them any longer. Nevertheless, in this motion picture version, Hansel as well as Gretel dislike their own mother (simply no stepmother) regarding leaving them, only to realize later within the movie that the simply cause your woman abandoned all of them would have been to help save all of them. It had been an instant associated with reason behind a character who’s recently been demonized being a poor mother for a long time, but rather than playing in to which, the particular film really offered the girl grounds plus a trigger, humanizing her for once.
Generally the entire film is a travesty associated with piece and also character as well as feminism; it’s a single redeeming feature to be the incredible soundtrack, however i guess that after the day, the film is at minimum truthful because it in no way pretended to be something apart from what it really has been: any clichéd Hollywood actions movie.
Time: 7:00 pm–9:00 pm
Come by the Elks Lodge at 220 Prospect Street in South Orange for the February installment of Green Drinks!
This month’s speaker will be Nora Shepard, the Safe Routes to School (SRTS) Program Manager at Meadowlink. Meadowlink, in partnership with the New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) provides Safe Routes to School programs to schools and municipalities.
The Safe Routes to Schools program is being piloted at Tuscan School in Maplewood. Ms. Shepard will talk about the Walking School Bus Tuscan Pilot that is moving forward with Meadowlink, and then tell us how to get involved at Tuscan and how to start it at the other schools in the district and beyond.
The Maplewood Green Team is proud to bring this tradition to you. At these events, held periodically, you will meet many members of our community, both those actively involved in our green initiatives and those just finding out more. It's a great opportunity to make new friends, to learn all the latest environmental information, and to help make a difference in our town.
Everyone is welcome, ask your friends and spread the word! No fee, cash bar.
Time: 7:00 pm–9:00 pm
In celebration of Black History Month 2013, Luna Stage presents
reg e gaines in “The Last Celebrity”
Wednesday, February 13, 2013 at 8pm
Tickets only $10
A collage of poetry, music and monologue, “The Last Celebrity” is a non-linear look at reg’s accidental brush with fame and his journey from obscure street poet to writer of the Tony Award winning musical,Bring in da Noise/Bring in da Funk. This solo performance piece gives a dynamic view of Black History utilizing the vibrant energy of the current Spoken Word scene. reg, who is returning for a fifth year as Artistic Director of New York City’s Downtown Urban Theater Festival is planning a series of performances and poetry/theater workshops at high schools, performance spaces and colleges throughout New Jersey. This event is an innovative way to celebrate Black History Month and help remind our youth of the importance of documenting their stories. It promises to both excite and educate audiences of all ages while leaving many memorable and magical moments.
Time: 4:00 pm–5:00 pm
TigerTutor is proud to present a free College Admissions Seminar with special guest speaker Dr. Marianna Marchese. Dr. Marchese has over 20 years of experience counseling students and will discuss:
This is a free seminar. In order to attend you must register online by clicking on the website link below. Spaces are limited.
Time: 9:30 am–3:00 pm
FULL CONTENTS ESTATE SALE ------------- 42 SPENCER ROAD - BASKING RIDGE NJ -------------- FRIDAY 02/15/2013 & SATURDAY 02/16/2013 --------- HOURS FOR BOTH DAYS: 9:30 AM - 3:00 PM -------- Selling the entire contents including a garage full of hand tolls - lawn and garden - air compressor - saws - cruiser bicycle - vermont cart - wagon - sketching desk/table - iron yard/lawn pieces - planters - SNOWBLOWER, LIKE NEW, BARELY USED - lawn mower barely used - hedge trimmers - tiller - table saws - drills - and then there is the house... Antique tables - roll top desk - rug - rattan furnishings - teak patio set - iron patio set - planters - live plants - china stemware - housewares - dining room table and chairs - rectangular oak dining/kitchen table with chairs - baker's rack/etegere - lawyer's cabinet - artwork - canes - futon - dressers - benches - rocker - kerosene/oil lamps - floor lamps lots of bras pieces - desk - entertainment center - tureens - dishes - glassware - cook's wares - consoles - mahogany - ottomans - plus much more !
Time: 4:00 pm–5:30 pm
Richard Alston, of Maplewood, will perform in a benefit piano concert "Classically Black: Compositions by Composers of African Descent" this Sunday afternoon at Trinity United Presbyterian Church in Montclair. Alston, who is a Julliard graduate, internationally renowned pianist, faculty member at Essex County College and Rutgers University, as well as the Minister of Music at Trinity.
Richard Alston can also be seen discussing this topic in a PBS documentary:http://video.whyy.org/video/2334319553
This is sure to be an informative and entertaining concert.
*All proceeds from the concert will benefit the Trinity Presbyterian Church Youth Music Ministry.
Time: 1:00 pm–4:00 pm
This spring Macculloch Hall Historical Museum is exhibiting some of its most popular pieces as well as many seldom-seen treasures which have been in storage. Vivid examples of the antique Oriental rug collection are hung in the museum's first floor gallery, complemented by textbook examples of fine porcelain, silver, glass and furniture collected by Museum founder, W. Parsons Todd. This is a special opportunity to see rarely-exhibited treasures from the collection in the gallery and tour the rest of the museum to see many other pieces in period room settings. Included in the exhibit are over a dozen Oriental rugs from the Museum’s collection. The exhibit also features documents penned by some of our country’s founding heroes including those signed by George Washington, Dolley Madison and others, and fine furniture such as a walnut English armchair, circa 1720, which was the inspiration for the Museum’s logo with the ornate looping back and shell design.
“A Fine Collection” has a perimeter layout which leaves the center of the room open for a series of speakers and musical programming taking place in conjunction with the exhibit over the next several months. Programs in conjunction with the exhibit take place with music on the first Sunday at 4:30pm and speakers on the third Sunday of each month through June.
Celebrate the month of Valentine's Day with a choral performance "Love and Peace" by Harmonium Outreach Chorus at 4:30pm on Sunday February 3. The Harmonium Outreach Chorus is a subset of the 100-voice Harmonium Choral Society, an auditioned chorus with a mission to transform communities through music and including many professional church musicians and music educators among its members’ wide range of vocations. Directed by Dr. Anne Matlack, the performance includes both period works and other songs related to the theme.
On Sunday February 17, at 4:30pm, Museum member and decorative arts collector Ken Miller presents "From Masters to Manufacturers - The Silver industry and Early American Life.” Mr. Miller will share a brief examination of the early silver industry in the Colonies and newly born United States, focused on the significant changes within this one craft. It was not just taste and technique that changed during this period, nor was the American political revolution the only upheaval - in fact social and commercial life went through its own revolution during these years and can be witnessed through the stories of early America's silversmiths.
Tickets for Sunday programs will go on sale from 1pm on the day of the program, no advance sales. A separate ticket ($12) is required for the musical programs; discounted ($10) for members, Seniors, Students and those who purchased a Museum tour ticket that afternoon. House tours (regular admission applies) take place throughout the afternoon, the last tour leaves at 3pm. Tickets to hear speakers are Adults $8; Seniors & Students $6; Children 6 – 12 $4. Members and children under 5 are free. Speaker tickets include admission to take part in a house tour if visitors arrive during the afternoon and sign up to tour. On program days the upstairs galleries will remain open until 4:30pm, the “A Fine Collection” exhibit will close at 3pm in preparation for the program.
Macculloch Hall Historical Museum preserves the history of the Macculloch-Miller families, the Morris area community, and the legacy of its founder W. Parsons Todd through its historic site, collections, exhibits, and educational and cultural programs. The Museum is open to tour the house and view exhibits on Wednesdays, Thursdays & Sundays from 1 to 4 p.m. Adults $8; Seniors & Students $6; Children 6 – 12 $4. Members and children under 5 are free. The last tickets for tours are sold at 3 p.m. School tours, adult/senior tours and rentals may be scheduled by appointment. For more information, including holiday closings, visit our website www.maccullochhall.org or find us on Facebook or call (973) 538-2404 ext. 10. Macculloch Hall Historical Museum, 45 Macculloch Ave., Morristown, NJ 07960. Macculloch Hall Historical Museum is a nonprofit educational affiliate of the W. Parsons Todd Foundation.
Time: 8:00 am–5:00 pm
Hundreds of tri-state women entrepreneurs will convene at the second annual Pitch Expo and Conference at the Graduate Center of City University of New York, 365 Fifth Avenue on Wednesday, March 20th 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM.
Who hasn’t seen Shark Tank on TV and wished for the opportunity to present a product, idea or business plan to an angel investor and gain access to the funds to make their dream a reality? For women the chances of landing a spot on the top rated network television show is as equally slim as their chances of getting financing for their business from a lender, or getting access to angel investors and capital venture groups. One woman entrepreneur has made it her business to help other women launch theirs. Own It Ventures is a woman-owned, New Jersey based company. The founder is a recent Rutgers Entrepreneur Pioneers Initiative Graduate and mother of two sons.
“That’s where Own It Ventures comes in,” says founder and owner of the three year-old women’s entrepreneurial firm who has experienced the challenge of starting her own business first hand. Melissa Gasnick-Cloeter “ We createopportunities for women to craft their business plans and pitches, and put them in front of angel investors, venture capitalist, retail buyers, media and PR specialists in a program geared towards access and success for women owned businesses.”
Small business is credited by economists and politicians alike as the backbone of the American economy, creating 65% of jobs annually. Yet over 50% of small businesses fail within the first five years due to lack of capital investment, many of them women owned firms. In addition, fewer that 2% of women-owned firms in the US ever reach $1M in revenue.
The one-day Own It Venture Conference and Pitch Expo will provide an opportunity for women entrepreneurs to participate in pitching rooms for investors, distribution, retail placement, and media access. Conference speakers include keynote speaker Kevin Harrington Chairman & Founder of As-Seen on-TV, Inc. and a shark from Shark Tank on ABC, Jory Des Jardins, Co-Founder of BlogHer, Kate Wendleton of 5 O'Clock Club, Liz Sigety of Delaware Crossing & Fox Rothschild, Natalia Oberti Noguera from Pipeline Fellowship, Jeremy Andrews from Smart Money, entrepreneurs Aaron Sylvan of Lemonade Heroes, A.J. Khubani from TeleBrands (As Seen on TV), and Collette Liantonio of Concepts TV.
Panels will include discussion on Growth Strategies, the new HealthCare requirements for small business owners, hiring, marketing and SBA loans. The CrowdFunding panel will explorethe options and possible SEC regulations that will affect this type of funding platform. How to Access to Retailers features top buyer representatives from Bloomingdales, Whole Foods Market, Wegmans Food Stores, Harris Teeter, QVC, TeleBrands (As Seen on TV), and others. Keys to Media Access includes representatives from Forbes, USA Today, Huffington Post, Next Women Magazine, BlogHer, Tomorrow’s Trends, and Lemonade Heroes. The Investor Options panel welcomes panelists from GoldenSeeds, TechLaunch, Delaware Crossing, Pipeline Fellowship and Jumpstart NJ.
“Women entrepreneurs are responsible for more than their business dreams and multi-tasking is the mantra of their lives, “ explains Gasnick-Cloeter. “Often women are heads of households, have children and parents to care for, day jobs, or are in school. This Conference is designed to maximize a woman entrepreneur’s time. I hear from women all the time who go to Trade Shows and networking events, a sense of frustration and urgency to meet the right connections. Many express lack of time to meet and network with the people who can truly make a difference in the businesses. Creating this business opportunity for women is my mission in life. The Own It Ventures Pitch Expo and Conference provides that.”
For more information, visual and audio access and interview opportunities contact:
Phone 908-852-4200 Office
Time: 5:00 pm–7:30 pm
Occupational Therapy Assistants are hot careers, according the Bureau of Labor Statistics, with jobs expected to grow 43% between now and 2020, a rate better than the national average. In fact, OTAs are listed among the fastest-growing occupations that require an associate degree. Come find out why and how you can jumpstart a new career at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey's Occupational Therapy Assistant Open House.
Time: 9:00 am–2:00 pm
DATE: April 1—April 4 (rain date 4/5)
TIME: 9:00 PM—12:00 PM (5 - 7 years old)
TIME: 9:00 PM—3:00 PM (7 - 12 Years old)
PLACE: Harrison Field—Roseland
Time: 9:00 am–12:00 pm
DATE: April 1—April 4 (rain date 4/5)
TIME: 9:00 PM—12:00 PM (5 - 7 years old)
TIME: 9:00 PM—3:00 PM (7 - 12 Years old)
PLACE: Harrison Field—Roseland
Time: 4:00 pm–4:00 am
The mission of CASA for Children of Essex County (Court Appointed Special Advocates) is to protect the welfare of children who have been removed from their homes because of abuse, neglect or abandonment by providing a safety net of support, advocacy and mentorship. CASA trains and supervises volunteers to speak up for the best interests of these children in court, to ensure that each child has the opportunity to thrive by receiving needed services and assistance while helping to move the child towards a safe and permanent home.
On Sunday, March 3, 2013, Essex CASA will be holding our 5th Annual “Spin for a Child” fundraiser in 3Sixty Cycling Studio in Montclair. Three of our staffs will be spinning this year and we are hoping to raise $1,500 for our team, CASA Crusaders. Last year this one event raised over $70,000 needed funds. Our nonprofit organization, spend $1,200 per child for one year of advocating. Join us in making the futures brighter for children and teens in foster care. Last day to donate is March 16, 2013! Please support us by donating $10 to our cause, it would be much appreciated! Thank you! http://www.spinforachild.org/spin/teampage.asp?fundid=1756
400 South Orange Ave, South Orange, NJ
Time: 10:30 am–4:30 pm
MARIETTA PATRICIA LEIS: EARTHLY PLEASURES
Monday March 11 – April 5, 2013
Opening Reception: Thursday, March 14th – 5pm to 8pm
Earthly Pleasures, a solo exhibition of paintings by Marietta Patricia Leis will be hosted by Seton Hall University’s Walsh Gallery. Curated by Jeanne Brasile, the exhibition features Leis’ oil paintings which are lushly rendered abstractions inspired by her extensive travels and love of nature. The paintings are, in part, evocative of landscapes, seascapes, plant forms, weather patterns or micro-organisms and can be concomitantly seen as many of these phenomena. Nuances of color and light palpably depict a range of imagery that encapsulates a life of experience, serving as complex memory portraits that tap into emotions and feelings, both past and present.
An avid traveler, Leis has visited such locales as Thailand, Spain, Antarctica, Portugal, Italy, Finland and Greece. Having experienced a variety of settings around the globe, she is inspired by our planet’s variety of light and color conditions. She strives to depict this beauty in abstract terms that capture nature’s bounty in the formal language of painting. Leis is also inspired by her childhood memories and her time spent in Newark and Montclair, New Jersey while growing up. Her grandmother’s artistic background and reverence for nature was a formative influence during that period and continues to inspire Leis’ work.
Mon - Fri, 10:30am to 4:30pm
Time: 8:00 pm–9:30 pm
Ever want to be like Simon Cowell, Tom Coliccio, or Michael Kors and those other judges? Now you can!
Come out and help us choose the winner of the 2nd Annual Jewish Playwriting Contest. See teasers from 3 plays, and use your cell phone to vote! It's tons of fun, and we drink wine throughout!
You'll hear a stellar group of New York and regional actors read plays that joyously and courageously tackle the complicated intersection of jewish identity and global self. We're asking the question, "What's important about jewish in 2013?"
You can be among a select group of culture-makers from the area helping us choose the best new jewish play of 2013.
Buy Tickets Here!
Don't miss this chance to be at the vanguard of new ideas. It's so hip and cool, you'll feel like you are on the Lower East Side.
The champion will move on to compete for a workshop production in Manhattan at the 14th Street Y.
Learn more about the plays you'll see!
Can't wait to see you on March 9 -
David, Carol and the entire JPC Judges Panel
Time: 7:30 pm–10:30 pm
The Murder Mystery Company, the nation's number one interactive theater troupe, Kicks off their winter season with their award winning show, "Death at the Doo-Wop". Grab your Poodle Skirts and Horn-Rimmed glasses; the class of 1957 is having one killer prom! Before the king and queen can have their first dance, tragedy strikes! You’ll play detective in this swell interactive murder mystery dinner. Can you bring the true killer to justice before this sock-hop prom is ruined? Golly Gosh!
Tickets are $60/ Person. Mention this website and get your tickets for only $45!
For more information or to purchase tickets, please visit our website @ http://www.grimprov.com/Murder-Mystery-Dinner-New-Jersey-Manhattan/ or call us at (888) 643-2583 and talk to one of our skilled detectives today!!
432 Scotland Rd, South Orange, NJ
Time: 9:30 am
Led by Kelli DeFlora
Baby and Me focuses on strengthening the spiritual, emotional and physical bonds between parent and child. This class uses interactive yoga postures and is ideal for parents and babies four weeks to crawling. For more info or to RSVP, contact Tracy Horwitz at email@example.com.
Time: 9:00 am–3:00 pm
FULL CONTENTS & DEMOLITION SALE: ----------------- 11 WRIGHT LANE ------- FAR HILLS NJ 07931 -------------- FRIDAY 02/22/2013 & SATURDAY 02/23/2013 ----- HOURS FOR BOTH DAYS: 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM ------------ All of the contents in the main house, cottage and cottage garages as well as the garden ornaments / statuary are available for sale.
Offerings will include...
Housewares - linens - office supplies - rugs - pool table - exercise equipment - lots of clothing and shoes - floral pieces - artwork - wine refrigerator - bookcases - mirrors - glass - glassware - printers - fax machine - cushions - loungers - leather chairs - Asian pieces - camera - rugs - outdoor furniture - pool equipment - ladders - screen - desks - desk chairs - books - decorative - window treatments - resolute desk - Maitland Smith oval partner's desk - antique buffet - antique hutch - fire tools - and much, much more !
Doors - barn doors - knobs - locks - windows - mirrors - cabinets - flooring, including gorgeous wide plank pine flooring - Brazilian Cherry flooring - Red and white Oak flooring - Carrera tile flooring - kitchen cabinets - washers & dryers - refrigerators - BEAUTIFUL, LARGE QUANTITY OF EXCEPTIONAL SPANISH TILE (READY FOR YOUR HOME! ) - screen doors - antique locks and latches - utility kitchen - dishwasher - brass - lighting fixtures - tanks - well tanks - french doors - sliders - shutters - architectural elements - sinks - tile - tubs - mantles - andirons - fire gates - miscellaneous items - sconces - furnishings - designer coats and jackets plus much more !
** Please Note: No admittance to property until just after 8:45 AM ----- Absolutely no one under 18 ------- Please exercise extreme caution in and around pool area - do not walk near or on pool cover.
*** Purchases for items such as doors, windows, flooring, fixtures, appliances, etc... - Purchaser is responsible for all removal - if a purchase is not immediately able to be removed, it must be paid for in its entirety, a receipt will be provided and uninstall / pick-up date and time will be arranged. Should purchaser not be able to uninstall or remove the purchased items on their own, we will do what we can to find a source to do so, at the expense of the purchaser.
Thank you and we look forward to seeing you all at this sale !
432 Scotland Rd, South Orange, NJ
Time: 9:00 am–12:00 pm
Megillah reading and shpiel - 9:00 am
Purim Extravaganza - 10:00 am
Enjoy the Megillah reading and watch the hilarious Purimshpiel. Bring a box of pasta to shake like a grogger, and donate to the food bank. Afterwards enjoy food, fun, crafts and games at the Purim Extravaganza.
Time: 7:30 pm–10:30 pm
Nuclear Cowboyz is the only high octane-fueled freestyle motocross touring production in North America. The action-packed narrative is the legend of two powerful freestyle motocross tribes whose survival in their futuristic world is told through an amassed compilation of fearless freestyle aerial feats, gravity-defying stunts, and electrifying pyrotechnic and laser displays synchronized to an energizing soundtrack.
Nuclear Cowboyz 2013 has the greatest cast of freestyle motocross, trials and quad riders ever assembled, including recent X Games 2012 medalists Ronnie Faisst, Mike Mason, Taka Higashino and Winter X Games gold and silver medalist Colten Moore. The tour also includes former gold medalists Adam Jones and Matt Buyten as well as award-winning freestylers Derek Garland, Brody Wilson, Jimmy Fitzpatrick, Wes Agee, Nick Dunne, Geoff Aaron, Keith Wineland and Marco Picado in this action-packed freestyle performance of pure danger and raw combat.
Time: 6:30 pm–10:30 pm
PURIM SERVICES and FESTIVITIES!
at Congregation B'nai Israel in Millburn
Saturday evening, February 23rd
6:30 p.m. – Children’s Purim Service (in costume!) followed by Festive Family Oneg!
Kid-Friendly Activities & Yummy Treats!
- Purim Cookie Decorating!
- Purim Stories, Coloring and More!
- Purim Video!
7:30 p.m. – Congregation Megillah Reading followed by Festive Oneg with CBI Band!
Singing & Dancing & Music with the CBI Band!
Enjoy…Hamantashen and Sweets plus Wine, Beverages and Coffee/Tea!
Congregation B'nai Israel is located at 160 Millburn Avenue (at the intersection of Ridgewood Road).