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- 02/22/13--14:40: _New Jersey Bridge L...
- 02/23/13--13:32: _Westfield Regional ...
- 02/25/13--07:37: _Sunday School, nurs...
- 02/25/13--08:16: _Seton Hall Universi...
- 02/25/13--09:01: _International Ivy S...
- 02/25/13--11:37: _Free College Planni...
- 02/26/13--07:31: _Pastel Workshop wit...
- 02/26/13--09:20: _Preschool Open Hous...
- 02/26/13--10:14: _Booked 10
- 02/26/13--10:18: _MAM's Young Curator...
- 02/26/13--17:47: _CONTENTS / MOVING S...
- 02/27/13--15:04: _words book store wi...
- 02/27/13--17:53: _Humanist Books of t...
- 02/28/13--12:41: _Pre-Spring Fling at...
- 02/28/13--13:01: _Kids Rock for Visio...
- 03/01/13--10:59: _Women’s Awareness Day
- 03/01/13--14:01: _Super Bowl Champion...
- 03/02/13--09:26: _Never Forget: Yom H...
- 03/02/13--12:23: _CMBKICKS Sneaker s...
- 03/02/13--18:39: _Introduction to Dem...
- 02/22/13--14:40: New Jersey Bridge League Winter Sectional Bridge Tournament
- 02/23/13--13:32: Westfield Regional Stamp Show
- 02/25/13--07:37: Sunday School, nursery and church
- 02/25/13--08:16: Seton Hall University Graduate Open House
- Learn about our more than 120 graduate degrees and certificate programs
- Speak with faculty and current students
- Explore options for financing your graduate
- Take a guided tour of our beautiful South Orange campus
- 02/25/13--11:37: Free College Planning Workshop
- 02/26/13--09:20: Preschool Open House at the Hedwig Gruenewald Early Childhood Center
- 02/26/13--10:14: Booked 10
- 02/26/13--10:18: MAM's Young Curators Program
- 02/26/13--17:47: CONTENTS / MOVING SALE: FRI 3/1 & SAT 3/2 ONLY!
- 02/27/13--15:04: words book store window sculpture
- 02/27/13--17:53: Humanist Books of the Bible
- 02/28/13--12:41: Pre-Spring Fling at Fabulous Finds
- 02/28/13--13:01: Kids Rock for Vision Concert
- 03/01/13--10:59: Women’s Awareness Day
- 03/02/13--09:26: Never Forget: Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance Day)
- 03/02/13--12:23: CMBKICKS Sneaker store - Grand Opening
- 03/02/13--18:39: Introduction to Democratic Education and the South Mountain Co-op
- Are you looking for Educational Alternatives for your child?
- Are you looking for a school that puts the emphasis on learning and growth rather than grades, tests, and homework?
- Are you hoping your children will find joy, kindness, and an atmosphere of trust at school?
- Are you looking for an educational option that supports your child’s unique strengths and qualities?
- Do you believe schools should conform to the child’s needs and not the other way around?
Time: 10:00 am–6:00 pm
ATTN: ALL BRIDGE PLAYERS
The New Jersey Bridge League (NJBL) is holding its Winter Sectional Tournament Friday March 1st to Sunday March 3rd at the Hungarian American Club, 95 Port Reading Avenue, Woodbridge, New Jersey. Games include single session pairs at 10am and 2:30pm on Friday and Saturday and a bracketed round robin team event on Sunday. The Sunday game begins with a complimentary bagel brunch at 9:30 am and team games starting at 10:30am and ending by 6pm with food and snacks available all day.
Bridge players at all levels are welcome, with each day having games for bridge players with few or perhaps no ACBL points as well as games for more experienced players.
See the NJBL website http://www.njbl.net for more information and directions or call Mirka Zeymo at (908) 240-9224.
425 E Broad St, Westfield, NJ
Time: 10:00 pm–4:00 pm
The Westfield (NJ) Stamp Club will hold its annual stamp show on Saturday, March 2nd, in the Community Room of the Westfield Municipal Center, located at 425 East Broad Street, Westfield, NJ 07090. The show will be open from 10 AM until 4 PM. Admission and parking are free. This will be the 51st annual show the Club has held.
The show will include a six dealer bourse plus the USPS and the annual exhibit competition among club members. More than 600 pages of stamps and postal history items from around the world will be on display. The exhibits to be shown are the work of those who are new to the field as well as from those who have shown their work at the international level. The exhibits will be evaluated by American Philatelic Society accredited judges, Steve Washburne and Bill Schultz, and attendees are invited to vote for the most popular exhibit.
The theme of the show will be the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg. In keeping with the theme, Patricia A. Kaufmann, renowned Confederate States expert, will give a presentation at 2 PM on “Civil War Philately.” Trish and Larry Hunt will also display sections of their Civil War collections.
The U.S. Postal Service will operate a substation at the show and have a special show cancel available. A limited quantity of specially produced cachet envelopes with the Gettysburg theme will also be available.
As an added treat, Westfield artist Audrey Yankielun will display a number of her clothing and accessory pieces made from cancelled stamps. Her creations have garnered national attention and include a child’s sundress, a vest, a purse, and other pieces made entirely with cancelled stamps. You have to see it to believe it!
For additional information, please call 908-232-0539 or visit the club website, www.westfieldstampclub.org
Time: 9:30 am
Greetings all! I would personally like to extend a warm welcome to come and worship with us at the Calvary Baptist Church. We are at 801 East Glenwood Dyer Road Glenwood,Il 60425.
Remember,Sunday School is from 9:30am -10:30 am.
Yes , a class for all!.
And just to remind you,nursery is always provided.
Come bring your,kid,or kids to the Abraham room.
We would love to have them join us.
We meet right after Sunday School .
Yes, snacks are given to every child in attendance.
Plus, we always do fun activities.
I am certain they will enjoy!
Our pastor,Pastor Kelon Duke brings a powerful meassage across the pewpit each Sunday.
So, dont come alone,bring kids,family,coworkers,friends all this coming Sunday March 03,2013 at 9:30am.
400 S Orange Ave, South Orange, NJ
Time: 1:00 pm–3:00 pm
Want to advance your career? You can take graduate or continuing education courses on campus on a full or part-time basis, and many graduate courses cater to working professionals by offering night and weekend meeting times.
Can't make it to campus? Seton Hall also offers several online degree programs.
Light refreshments will be served.
Time: 10:00 am–1:00 pm
International Ivy offers kids (age 5-16) interactive and hands-on classes in video game creation, robotics, computer programming, Minecraft, performing arts, fashion design, weird science, brain training and more.
Come to the Open House to find out more, meet the instructors, tour the facilities and enjoy special performances, games and prizes. Come make a stop action clip, race some robots and play video games created by students last year.
This Open House will feature:
Magic by Mr. Bill Wisch
Teacher at International Ivy – Magic 2
Featured in Hollywood’s Magic Castle
Magic Creator and Educator for 40 years
Bill Wisch has been astounding audiences in cities across the US and Canada for over four decades in numerous venues including the Magic Castle in Hollywood, California. He has taught thousands of professional magicians through his lectures, videos, books and articles. .
Time: 6:00 pm–7:30 pm
Planning for college can be unbelievably stressful, but it doesn't have to be! Come to one of CBRG's free college planning workshops where our experienced advisers will cover:
*Standardized tests: what they mean to colleges, how your student should prepare, and important information about the SAT writing section
*What to look for in selecting the college that is right for your student
*How colleges selectively shape their incoming freshman class
*The 5 questions you need answered before applying to a college
*How to increase your chances of getting into your dream college
*How to pay for college: an overview of financial aid and student loans
*How to position your student to receive scholarships from the college of choice
*How to pay for college with pre-tax dollars and receive a "tax scholarship"
*How to balance the cost of education vs. the value of the degree earned
*How to position your finances to receive merit aid
*A timeline for success
*How to save THOUSANDS of dollars on college tuition!
To find out more about CBRG and to register for an upcoming workshop, visit CBRG.info or call 888-802-2740
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103 Baker St, Maplewood, NJ
Time: 10:00 pm–3:00 pm
Pastels with style, join Tara O'Leary for her workshop on how to create wonderful landscapes using "Pastels"
Fun and creative environment, great instruction and you will go home with beautiful paintings to hang on your wall or give as a gift.
Time: 9:30 am–11:00 am
Come and learn about programs for toddlers through age four for Summer 2013 and Fall 2013. We are conveniently located on the Millburn/Maplewood border.
5 Mead St, South Orange, NJ
Time: 6:00 pm–8:00 pm
Book Arts Exhibition
Wednesday, March 6 – Saturday, March 30, 2013
The Book Arts Roundtable (BAR) will have its 10th annual Booked 10 exhibition at the Pierro Gallery of South Orange from March 6 until March 30, 2013, open Monday through Saturday 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The opening reception will take place on Saturday, March 9th from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. The exhibition features artwork and books created by artist members.
The Book Arts Roundtable began with director, Karen McDermott in 2000. The Roundtable was created for passionate bookbinders and artists to collaborate in creative efforts, keeping the love for book arts alive and influential. With workshops, holiday sales, exhibitions, and monthly meetings, the Roundtable continues to provide artists the opportunities to learn, share and exhibit their books.
BAR meets and holds events at the Baird Center, at 5 Mead Street in South Orange, New Jersey. For more information, visit www.bookartsroundtable.com or call 973 378 7755 ext. 3.
5 Mead St, South Orange, NJ
Time: 6:00 pm–8:00 pm
The Montclair Museum’s Young Curators Program Exhibition
Thursday, April 11 – Saturday, May 11, 2013
The Pierro Gallery presents the work of professional artists in an outstanding exhibition, chosen and organized by high school junior and seniors of the Young Curators Program of the Montclair Art Museum. This year’s exhibition themes are entitled Qualms, Oddities and WAKE UP, each featuring the work of professional artists that have been hand-selected by the students of the Young Curators Program.The opening reception will be on Thursday, April 11 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. and a gallery talk will take place on Saturday, May 11 from 12 p.m. to 1 p.m.
The Montclair Art Museum's Young Curators program is an intensive 7 month excursion into the business of curating for high school juniors and seniors. Through museum and studio visits coordinated by independent curator, Asha Ganpat, participating students discover their own voices and bring art together using audio tours, programs, and gallery exhibitions. The group has been divided into three curatorial teams, each having developed an exhibition theme for which they will be selecting artists through an open call. All aspects of the exhibition are being administered by the Young Curators.
Please visit www.pierrogallery.org for more information or call 973 378 7754 ext. 3.
Time: 10:00 am–3:00 pm
FULL CONTENTS & MOVING SALE ----------------- ADDRESS: 226 SUMMIT AVENUE - SUMMIT NJ 07901 ------------- FRIDAY 03/01/2013 & SATURDAY 03/02/2013 ------------- HOURS FOR BOTH DAYS: 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM ------------- Selling the contents of a wonderful Summit house -------- Sale to include.... Household - Decor - Tons of men's Ladies and young adult
's clothing - shoes - sports memorabilia and sports equipment - tons of tennis rackets - glass ware - stemware - designer goods - quality bedding and linens - fine furnishings - some carpets - exercise equipment - golf - football gear - cleats - weight training - ceramic/porcelain garden benches/seats - tools - ladders - dressers - cabinets - seating - folding chairs - racks - sun umbrellas - patio set - office supplies = sofas/couches - antiques - artwork - Colombian and African figural - stunning chandelier - dining room table and chairs plus china closet - masks - wood carving - over-sized chairs - modern seating - some window treatments - books - fire tools - andirons - urns - mirrors - tusks - tables - games and so much more ! A 'NOT TO BE MISSED" SALE ! ------ Visit this sale online at: www.cottagetokastle.com - Entry list will be honored - No children, pets, food nor drink. Thank you.
check out the windows at words bookstore in Maplewood this weekend!
Wonderful sculputures from local teens.
Time: 10:00 am–12:00 pm
Reading the Bible can be daunting from a secular humanist perspective, but some of its books embody essentially humanistic values such as respect for the “other,” gender equality and challenging unjust authority. Join us as we explore these and other themes as expressed in the Books of Jonah, Ruth, the Songs of Songs, Job and Ecclesiastes.
Hosted by progressive Jewish writer and scholar Bennett Muraskin, this free monthly session of the the Jewish Cultural School & Society's (JCSS) adult education series is open to all.
549 Millburn Ave, Short Hills, NJ
Time: 10:00 am–1:00 pm
The Fabulous Finds Boutique at New Eyes for the Needy is holding its pre-Spring Fling sale on Saturday, March 2 from 10am to 1pm. The nonprofit’s resale showroom offers fine and costume jewelry priced at 30% of retail. JUST IN : a David Yurman silver and gold bracelet and a Judith Ripka sterling bangle with a pale pink crystal stone, perfect for spring.
Fabulous Finds customers can also choose among quality giftware like Wedgewood and Lenox. Bargain accessories include a new Michael Kors wallet (for a fraction of its retail price), Cross pens and even vintage lighters. And, as always, buyers can find great deals among Fabulous Finds’ $2-$20 discounted items. One thing's for sure. All Fab Finds customers, retail and wholesale, are savvy shoppers.
Fabulous Finds accepts cash, check and Visa. All proceeds go towards New Eyes’ new prescription eyeglass program for people living in the United States who cannot afford to buy glasses. The Fabulous Finds Boutique is located on the second floor at New Eyes for the Needy, located at 549 Millburn Avenue, Short Hills. Visit their web site at www.neweyesfortheneedy.org or call them at 973-376-4908 for more information.
549 Millburn Ave, Short Hills, NJ
Time: 4:00 pm–6:00 pm
For all those rock-and-rollers out there of any age, come to the Kids Rock for Vision Concert on Saturday, March 2 from 4pm to 6pm and see some incredible teen talent at St. John's Lutheran Church, 537 Springfield Ave in Summit.
All concert proceeds go towards the purchase of new eyeglasses for poor children living in the U.S. Organized by kids, performed by kids to help kids. Come support the cause!
Time: 9:30 am
Women’s Awareness Day
Tuesday, April 30 • 9:30 a.m.
Alex Aidekman Family Jewish Community Campus, 901 Rt. 10, Whippany, NJ O7091
A great morning of socializing and networking, featuring Marci Shimoff, best-selling author of Happy for No ReasonChicken Soup for the Women’s Soul and kosher breakfast buffet. Book signing will take place following the program. Sponsored by Women’s Philanthropy-Jewish Federation of Greater MetroWest NJ. $36; $180 minimum gift to 2013 UJA Campaign. Visit www.jfedgmw.org/awareness or call (973) 929-3174.
Time: 11:00 am–2:30 pm
Super Bowl Champion offensive lineman, Roman Oben presents his 2nd Annual Roman’s Soldiers Showcase at 11AM on Sunday March 24 at the Indoor Sports Pavilion, inRandolph, N.J. for youths in grades 8-11.
The program is designed to display the talents of area youth in the areas of football fundamentals and speed development, while also teaching valuable life-skills lessons about the importance of hard work, dedication, goal setting and teamwork. There will be approximately three hours of instruction led by some the area’s top coaches. Participants will take part in 1 on 1’s, 2 on 2’s and 7 on 7 competitions.
Showcase participants will receive recognition in NJ Varsity.com and Scarlet Nation.com – two highly regarded publications used by local coaches as a talent resource.
"As someone who's been successful in all levels of football, Roman sees the value in kids competing against other kids on a bigger stage. This helps their total development", said John Otterstedt, publisher NJVarsity.com and ScarletNation.com.
The cost to attend is $60 per player through March 10 and $75 thereafter. Participation is limited to the first 150 scholar athletes.
Click HERE for personal video invite from Roman Oben
Time: 10:00 am–12:00 pm
On the eve of Holocaust Remembrance Day, join the Jewish Cultural School & Society (JCSS) as we read and listen to stories translated from the Yiddish about the most terrible episode in Jewish history.
Hosted by progressive Jewish writer and scholar Bennett Muraskin, this free monthly session of the JCSS adult education series is open to all.
Time: 10:00 am–6:00 pm
Time: 7:00 pm–8:45 pm
South Mountain Co-op, a new Democratic Free School forming in Essex County and enrolling students (K-12) for Fall 2013, cordially invites parents, caregivers, and educators to
An Introduction to Democratic Education
If you answered yes to any of these questions then our community discussion on Democratic Education, and our new school, South Mountain Co-op, will be of great interest to you. Please join us and help spread the word about this timely conversation.