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    Legends Baseball End of Summer Baseball Camp

    Location: 18 Harrison Ave, Roseland, NJ 07068
    When: Daily
    Time: 9:00 am–2:00 pm

    Legends Baseball Instruction (LBI) of North Caldwell is hosting a four (4) day “End of Summer Camp” geared to recreation and travel baseball players ages 5—12 years old. Camp gives players, of all levels, the opportunity to learn & practice baseball skills and have fun! Players are grouped by age and playing ability. 

    Daily Schedule: 5 & 6 year olds

    9:00 AM—9:30 AM Stretch and warm ups

    9:30 AM—10:00 AM Fielding

    10:00 AM—10:30 AM Hitting

    10:30 AM—10:45 AM    Snack ( Bring snack and drink)

    11:00 AM—12:00 PM Games (T—Ball and coach pitch)

     

    Daily Schedule: 7—12 year old group

    9:00 AM— 9:30 AM Stretch and warm ups

    9:30 AM—10:30 AM Fielding

    10:30 AM—10:45 AM Snack (Bring snack and drink)

    10:45 AM—12:00 PM Hitting & Pitching instruction

    12:30 PM—1:00 PM Lunch (Bring lunch and drink)

    1:00 PM—2:00 PM Scrimmage games

     

     

    Phone: 9733962100
    Email: tonysantomauro@thesantomaurogroup.com
    Price: 184

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    Legends Baseball End of Summer Baseball Camp

    Location: 18 Harrison Ave, Roseland, NJ 07068
    When: August 26, 2013
    Time: 9:00 am–2:00 pm

    Legends Baseball Instruction (LBI) of North Caldwell is hosting a four (4) day “End of Summer Camp” geared to recreation and travel baseball players ages 5—12 years old. Camp gives players, of all levels, the opportunity to learn & practice baseball skills and have fun! Players are grouped by age and playing ability. 

    Daily Schedule: 5 & 6 year olds

    9:00 AM—9:30 AM Stretch and warm ups

    9:30 AM—10:00 AM Fielding

    10:00 AM—10:30 AM Hitting

    10:30 AM—10:45 AM    Snack ( Bring snack and drink)

    11:00 AM—12:00 PM Games (T—Ball and coach pitch)

     

    Daily Schedule: 7—12 year old group

    9:00 AM— 9:30 AM Stretch and warm ups

    9:30 AM—10:30 AM Fielding

    10:30 AM—10:45 AM Snack (Bring snack and drink)

    10:45 AM—12:00 PM Hitting & Pitching instruction

    12:30 PM—1:00 PM Lunch (Bring lunch and drink)

    1:00 PM—2:00 PM Scrimmage games

     

     

    Phone: 9733962100
    Email: tonysantomauro@thesantomaurogroup.com
    Price: 184

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  • 04/12/13--16:34: Tot Shababt at CBI
  • Congregation B'nai Israel in Millburn

    Location: Congregation B'nai Israel
    160 Millburn Ave, Millburn, NJ
    When: Weekly on Saturdays
    Time: 10:30 am–11:15 am

    TOT SHABBAT (PRESCHOOL)

    An Informal Shabbat Morning Experience

    At Tot Shabbat, our youngest congregants discover the wonders of the Shabbat service and begin to become comfortable in their synagogue surroundings.  During Tot Shabbat, children will learn basic Shabbat prayers and symbols, dance in a Torah parade and hear a story related to the weekly parasha.  Bring moms, dads, grandparents…all are welcome!

    Older siblings are invited to attend:

    TEFILOT KETANIM (K-2)

    An Introduction to the Shabbat Morning Service

    Come march with our Torahs!  In this service, children are exposed to the sights and sounds of Shabbat in a lively manner.  The service follows the outline of a standard Shabbat Morning service, supplemented with fun and engaging songs, stories and dancing.  Parents are invited to join their children, thus creating friendships and a sense of community.

    Phone: 973-379-3811
    Price: $0

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  • 04/12/13--16:43: Musical Shabbat at CBI
  • Congregation B'nai Israel in Millburn

    Location: Congregation B'nai Israel
    160 Millburn Ave, Millburn, NJ
    When: May 31, 2013 / June 14, 2013 / July 26, 2013
    Time: 7:00 pm–9:00 pm

    Join us for an Instrumental Kabbalat Shabbat Service with the CBI Band and Cantor Lorna Wallach!

    Sing, dance, be inspired!  Always a joyous and fun evening at CBI!

    Festive Oneg to follow!

    Bring your family and friends!

    Phone: 973-379-3811
    Price: $0

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    Location: 760 Northfield Ave, West Orange, NJ 07052
    When: April 18, 2013 / April 19, 2013 / April 20, 2013 / April 21, 2013 / April 22, 2013 / April 23, 2013 / April 24, 2013 / April 25, 2013 / April 26, 2013 / April 27, 2013 / April 28, 2013
    Time: 7:00 pm

     

    13th Annual New Jersey Jewish Film Festival (NJJFF)
    Celebrates “Bar Mitzvah” Year with 25 Award-Winning Winning Films                       
    April 18-28 at Four Venues in Essex and Morris County

    The 13th Annual New Jersey Jewish Film Festival (NJJFF) will open on Thursday, April 18 with the New Jersey Premiere of The World is Funny at the Festival’s home, JCC MetroWest in West Orange (7:00pm screening).  It will conclude with the New Jersey Premiere of A.K.A. Doc Pomus, on Sunday, April 28, at JCC MetroWest (7:30pm screening).  In celebration of the NJJFF’s bar mitzvah year, we invite you to be our guest at two films, Kinderblock 66 and an all-time audience favorite, Sixty Six.

    There is something for everyone! The NJJFF will highlight humor, music, and Jewish history this year, featuring 25 award-winning films over 10 days from around the world, including 16 New Jersey Premieres and one Sneak Preview (Israel: A Home Movie).  Several films will be of special interest to teens and are recommended for age 13 and up. These include: Hitler’s Children, Life in Stills, Kinderblock 66, My Dad is Baryshnikov, Numbered, Lea & Daria, Sixty Six, and A Bottle in the Gaza Sea. In partnership with the Montclair Film Festival, the NJJFF will feature two films, Fill the Void (limited seating) and Oma & Bella.

    There will be screenings at four venues in Essex and Morris County, including the Leon & Toby Cooperman JCC (JCC MetroWest), 760 Northfield Avenue, West Orange; AMC East Hanover 12 Theatre, 145 State Route 10, East Hanover; Clearview Bellevue Cinema 4, 260 Bellevue Avenue, Montclair; and College of Saint Elizabeth, 2 Convent Road, Morristown. 

    The NJJFF welcomes back this year Lead Sponsor Investors Bank and Key sponsors Toby & Leon Cooperman, Sara-Ann & Robert Sanders, and Dr. Ruth & Gerald Legow. The Festival would not be possible without the support of these and other philanthropic sponsors.

    For a complete film schedule with dates, times, and locations, please visit www.njjff.org

    Highlights of the NJJFF include:
    Opening Night (New Jersey Premiere followed by Dessert Reception at JCC MetroWest): The World is Funny, Thursday, April 18, 7:00pm. Preceded by B-Boy.
    An Israeli box office hit nominated for a record-breaking 15 Ofir (Israeli Film Academy) awards, this film follows the wanderings of a loose network of more than 50 characters.  Participants in a writers’ workshop in a public library in Tiberias use their fertile imaginations to invent stories about many of these personalities and connections are cleverly interwoven into the story of one traumatized family, one city, and one world.  Location: JCC MetroWest
    A Post Screening Discussion will follow with Isaac Zablocki, Director, Israel Film Center, JCC Manhattan
    Also Showing: Monday, April 22, 2:00pm (JCC MetroWest)

    Israel: A Home Movie (Sneak preview; opens in NYC in June). Two great speakers…two screenings: Friday, April 19, 11:45am at JCC MetroWest and Sunday, April 28, 12:00pm at AMC East Hanover
    A narrative of 20th century Israel—Jewish, British, and Palestinian—the grand story of a land, an era, a society, a conflict, and a nation.  Weddings, vacations, family events, and clips of pivotal historical events are joined together in an intricate patchwork.
    A Post Screening Discussion will follow with Isaac Zablocki, Director, Israel Film Center, JCC Manhattan (April 19) and Gil Lainer, Consul of Public Affairs, Consulate General of Israel in New York invited (April 28)

    Numbered: Tuesday, April 23, 2:00pm, AMC East Hanover
    A highly visual and sentimental cinematic journey, rich with the testimonies of Holocaust survivors and their children.  The film documents the dismal era when concentration camp inmates were forcibly tattooed, the meaning these tattoos took on after the war, and the efforts of descendants to identify with them.
    A Post-Screening Discussion will follow with Rabbi Clifford Kulwin, Temple B’nai Abraham

    Putzel: Sunday, April 28, 2:00pm, JCC MetroWest
    Walter’s aspirations of taking over his uncle’s smoked fish emporium are dashed when attractive young Sally becomes romantically involved with his uncle. After being undermined by family and friends for years, Sally helps Walter realize his potential and proves he’s more than a Putzel.Guest Speakers; Jason Chaet, Director Producer: Rick Moor, Writer/Producer; Allegra Cohen, Producer/Actor.  Invited Guests: Actors Susie Essman (Curb Your Enthusiasm), Jack Carpenter, and John Pankow

    Oma & Bella: Friday, New Jersey Premiere, April 26, 11:30am, JCC MetroWest
    A portrait emerges of two women who share humor, vivid memories, and a deep fondness for food.  An intimate glimpse into the world of Regina Karolinski and Bella Katz, old friends living together in Berlin.
    Guest speaker: Thom Powers, Artistic Director: Montclair Film Festival; DOC NYC, Programmer: Toronto International Film Festival; Sundance NOW.com

    Closing Night (New Jersey Premiere followed by Dessert Reception at JCC MetroWest): A.K.A Doc Pomus, Sunday, April 28, 7:30pm, JCC MetroWest
    A Jewish boy born in Brooklyn as Jerome Felder, Doc Pomus composed many of the finest
    rock n’roll and pop hits of the 1950s and 60s.  Childhood polio left Pomus handicapped but he defied the odds and produced a remarkable collection including Save the Last Dance for Me, Teenager in Love, and This Magic Moment.
    A Post Screening Discussion will follow with Peter Miller, Director

    For tickets, please visit boxofficetickets.com or call 1-800-494-TIXS. You can purchase tickets at the venue where the film is being screened 45 minutes prior to the screening. 

    Lead Community Sponsors of the NJJFF are Israel Bonds; Jewish Federation of Greater MetroWest NJ (Jewish Family Concierge- Montclair, Holocaust Council of Greater MetroWest,  Legow Family Israel Program Center, Women’s Philanthropy, and Young Leadership Division). Community sponsors of the NJJFF include: Adath Shalom Synagogue, B’nai Keshet Synagogue, College of Saint Elizabeth,  Golda Och Academy, Jewish National Fund, Mount Freedom Jewish Center, NCJW-Essex County Section, Sisterhood of Congregation Beth El, Temple B’nai Abraham, Temple B’nai Jeshurun, Temple B’nai Or, Temple Ner Tamid, and Temple Sinai- Renaissance Group.

    Phone: 1-800-494-TIXS
    Email: mdreiblatt@jccmetrowest.org
    Price: $13

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    Location: 760 Northfield Ave, West Orange, NJ 07052
    When: April 18, 2013 / April 19, 2013 / April 20, 2013 / April 21, 2013 / April 22, 2013 / April 23, 2013 / April 24, 2013 / April 25, 2013 / April 26, 2013 / April 27, 2013 / April 28, 2013
    Time: 7:00 pm

     

    13th Annual New Jersey Jewish Film Festival (NJJFF)
    Celebrates “Bar Mitzvah” Year with 25 Award-Winning Winning Films                       
    April 18-28 at Four Venues in Essex and Morris County

    The 13th Annual New Jersey Jewish Film Festival (NJJFF) will open on Thursday, April 18 with the New Jersey Premiere of The World is Funny at the Festival’s home, JCC MetroWest in West Orange (7:00pm screening).  It will conclude with the New Jersey Premiere of A.K.A. Doc Pomus, on Sunday, April 28, at JCC MetroWest (7:30pm screening).  In celebration of the NJJFF’s bar mitzvah year, we invite you to be our guest at two films, Kinderblock 66 and an all-time audience favorite, Sixty Six.

    There is something for everyone! The NJJFF will highlight humor, music, and Jewish history this year, featuring 25 award-winning films over 10 days from around the world, including 16 New Jersey Premieres and one Sneak Preview (Israel: A Home Movie).  Several films will be of special interest to teens and are recommended for age 13 and up. These include: Hitler’s Children, Life in Stills, Kinderblock 66, My Dad is Baryshnikov, Numbered, Lea & Daria, Sixty Six, and A Bottle in the Gaza Sea. In partnership with the Montclair Film Festival, the NJJFF will feature two films, Fill the Void (limited seating) and Oma & Bella.

    There will be screenings at four venues in Essex and Morris County, including the Leon & Toby Cooperman JCC (JCC MetroWest), 760 Northfield Avenue, West Orange; AMC East Hanover 12 Theatre, 145 State Route 10, East Hanover; Clearview Bellevue Cinema 4, 260 Bellevue Avenue, Montclair; and College of Saint Elizabeth, 2 Convent Road, Morristown. 

    The NJJFF welcomes back this year Lead Sponsor Investors Bank and Key sponsors Toby & Leon Cooperman, Sara-Ann & Robert Sanders, and Dr. Ruth & Gerald Legow. The Festival would not be possible without the support of these and other philanthropic sponsors.

    For a complete film schedule with dates, times, and locations, please visit www.njjff.org

    Highlights of the NJJFF include:
    Opening Night (New Jersey Premiere followed by Dessert Reception at JCC MetroWest): The World is Funny, Thursday, April 18, 7:00pm. Preceded by B-Boy.
    An Israeli box office hit nominated for a record-breaking 15 Ofir (Israeli Film Academy) awards, this film follows the wanderings of a loose network of more than 50 characters.  Participants in a writers’ workshop in a public library in Tiberias use their fertile imaginations to invent stories about many of these personalities and connections are cleverly interwoven into the story of one traumatized family, one city, and one world.  Location: JCC MetroWest
    A Post Screening Discussion will follow with Isaac Zablocki, Director, Israel Film Center, JCC Manhattan
    Also Showing: Monday, April 22, 2:00pm (JCC MetroWest)

    Israel: A Home Movie (Sneak preview; opens in NYC in June). Two great speakers…two screenings: Friday, April 19, 11:45am at JCC MetroWest and Sunday, April 28, 12:00pm at AMC East Hanover
    A narrative of 20th century Israel—Jewish, British, and Palestinian—the grand story of a land, an era, a society, a conflict, and a nation.  Weddings, vacations, family events, and clips of pivotal historical events are joined together in an intricate patchwork.
    A Post Screening Discussion will follow with Isaac Zablocki, Director, Israel Film Center, JCC Manhattan (April 19) and Gil Lainer, Consul of Public Affairs, Consulate General of Israel in New York invited (April 28)

    Numbered: Tuesday, April 23, 2:00pm, AMC East Hanover
    A highly visual and sentimental cinematic journey, rich with the testimonies of Holocaust survivors and their children.  The film documents the dismal era when concentration camp inmates were forcibly tattooed, the meaning these tattoos took on after the war, and the efforts of descendants to identify with them.
    A Post-Screening Discussion will follow with Rabbi Clifford Kulwin, Temple B’nai Abraham

    Putzel: Sunday, April 28, 2:00pm, JCC MetroWest
    Walter’s aspirations of taking over his uncle’s smoked fish emporium are dashed when attractive young Sally becomes romantically involved with his uncle. After being undermined by family and friends for years, Sally helps Walter realize his potential and proves he’s more than a Putzel.Guest Speakers; Jason Chaet, Director Producer: Rick Moor, Writer/Producer; Allegra Cohen, Producer/Actor.  Invited Guests: Actors Susie Essman (Curb Your Enthusiasm), Jack Carpenter, and John Pankow

    Oma & Bella: Friday, New Jersey Premiere, April 26, 11:30am, JCC MetroWest
    A portrait emerges of two women who share humor, vivid memories, and a deep fondness for food.  An intimate glimpse into the world of Regina Karolinski and Bella Katz, old friends living together in Berlin.
    Guest speaker: Thom Powers, Artistic Director: Montclair Film Festival; DOC NYC, Programmer: Toronto International Film Festival; Sundance NOW.com

    Closing Night (New Jersey Premiere followed by Dessert Reception at JCC MetroWest): A.K.A Doc Pomus, Sunday, April 28, 7:30pm, JCC MetroWest
    A Jewish boy born in Brooklyn as Jerome Felder, Doc Pomus composed many of the finest
    rock n’roll and pop hits of the 1950s and 60s.  Childhood polio left Pomus handicapped but he defied the odds and produced a remarkable collection including Save the Last Dance for Me, Teenager in Love, and This Magic Moment.
    A Post Screening Discussion will follow with Peter Miller, Director

    For tickets, please visit boxofficetickets.com or call 1-800-494-TIXS. You can purchase tickets at the venue where the film is being screened 45 minutes prior to the screening. 

    Lead Community Sponsors of the NJJFF are Israel Bonds; Jewish Federation of Greater MetroWest NJ (Jewish Family Concierge- Montclair, Holocaust Council of Greater MetroWest,  Legow Family Israel Program Center, Women’s Philanthropy, and Young Leadership Division). Community sponsors of the NJJFF include: Adath Shalom Synagogue, B’nai Keshet Synagogue, College of Saint Elizabeth,  Golda Och Academy, Jewish National Fund, Mount Freedom Jewish Center, NCJW-Essex County Section, Sisterhood of Congregation Beth El, Temple B’nai Abraham, Temple B’nai Jeshurun, Temple B’nai Or, Temple Ner Tamid, and Temple Sinai- Renaissance Group.

    Phone: 1-800-494-TIXS
    Email: mdreiblatt@jccmetrowest.org
    Price: $13

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    LBI Schools Out Baseball Camp

    Location: 18 Harrison Ave, Roseland, NJ 07068
    When: Daily
    Time: 9:00 am–2:00 pm

    Legends Baseball Instruction (LBI) of North Caldwell is hosting a four (4) day “School’s Out Summer Camp” geared to recreation and travel baseball players ages 5—12 years old. Camp gives players, of all levels, the opportunity to learn & practice baseball skills and have fun! Players are grouped by age and playing ability. Camp is held at Rosleand Recreation Field.

    Daily Schedule: 5 & 6 year olds

    9:00 AM—9:30 AM Stretch and warm ups

    9:30 AM—10:00 AM Fielding

    10:00 AM—10:30 AM Hitting

    10:30 AM—10:45 AM    Snack ( Bring snack and drink)

    11:00 AM—12:00 PM Games (T—Ball and coach pitch) 

     

    Daily Schedule: 7—12 year old group

    9:00 AM— 9:30 AM Stretch and warm ups

    9:30 AM—10:30 AM Fielding

    10:30 AM—10:45 AM Snack (Bring snack and drink)

    10:45 AM—12:00 PM Hitting & Pitching instruction

    12:30 PM—1:00 PM Lunch (Bring lunch and drink)

     

    Phone: 9733962100
    Email: tonysantomauro@thesantomaurogroup.com
    Price: $184

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    Location: 194 State Route 10, East Hanover, NJ 07936
    When: April 26, 2013 / April 27, 2013 / April 28, 2013
    Time: 12:00 pm–4:00 pm

    All seniors age 60 and over can enjoy special discounts and gifts when adopting this weekend. Animals from 1-5 years of age are $50 off their adoption fee. Animals over age 5 are $100. off! For this special weekend only, we are also offering discounts on pets age 5 and above to all qualified adopters. Ask for details

    Phone: 973-386-0068
    Email: suzanne@njshelter.org
    Price: $0

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    Location: 1401 State Route 10, Whippany, NJ 07981
    When: June 13, 2013
    Time: 6:00 pm

    The Many Are One alumni awards gala is Seton Hall’s premier annual black-tie event. The gala provides an opportunity to celebrate the ways in which the University’s alumni have positively influenced our world. Proceeds raised from the gala support four-year scholarships for children, grandchildren and siblings of alumni who attend Seton Hall; each selected student receives $36,000 in scholarship funds.

    This year, Joe Michaels, ’63 and director at NBC’s Today Show, will be honored as the year’s Most Distinguished Alumnus, Joan M. Bosisio, ’97 and Seton Hall University adjunct professor of public relations, will receive the Alumni Impact Award, and Jim O’Brien, ’82 and senior managing partner of Napier Park Global Capital, will be this year’s Humanitarian Honoree, among other honorees.

    Seton Hall University is like a mid-size city – with over 80,000 alumni, 10,000 students and 1,500 employees. However, more than 150 years after its founding, it remains true to its mission; it is a welcoming community, rooted in faith, and is steadfast in the pursuit of academic excellence.

    Tied together by a common bond, Many Are One is the only event at which all of Seton Hall comes together as one to celebrate Seton Hall. Through it, alumni, faculty, administrators, students and friends gather to share the special link that unites them all – their devotion to Seton Hall.

    Phone: 973-378-9849
    Email: meghan.­codey@­shu.­edu
    Price: $450 - Individual Gala Ticket, $4500 - Table of Ten

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    The New Jersey Intergenerational Orchestra

    Location: 125 Kent Place Blvd, Summit, NJ
    When: April 20, 2013
    Time: 7:30 pm

    Join the New Jersey Intergenerational Orchestra at a free concert as they take a musical journey “Around the World in 80 Minutes” on Saturday April 20th, 7:30pm at Summit High School. Guest Conductor Todd Doan and the orchestra will take the audience on a musical adventure that includes Russian composer Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov’s brilliant encapsulation of Spanish folk tunes in Cappricio Espagnol and French composer Camille Saint-Saën’s exotic Danse Bacchanale from Samson and Delila. The musical journey also includes Australian born composer Percy Grainger’s reminisces of the British Isles with An Irish Tune from County Derry (which he wrote while living in America.)  Diana Charos Reilly, the talented Director of New Jersey Youth Symphony’s Flute Choir and Flute Forum, rounds out the orchestra program as the guest artist featured in Fantaisie Pastorale Hongroise, an improvisational flute air by Polish composer, Albert Franz Doppler.  This piece evokes images of a spring morning in the Hungarian countryside.  The program continues as Gavin Davies conducts the Intermezzo Orchestra, highlighting additional stops along this musical tour around the world. The concert is free and open to the public.

    Guest Conductor Todd Doan, with sixteen years of conducting and teaching experience, currently teaches at Cicely L. Tyson School of the Performing Arts in East Orange, NJ. He received degrees in Music Education and Orchestral Conducting from the University of South Florida and has conducted youth symphonies throughout Florida , New Jersey, New York and Connecticut.

    Flute soloist Diana Charos Reilly is a New Jersey native, a graduate of Juilliard pre-college and New Jersey Youth Symphony. She studied at Hartt School of Music and continued her graduate studies at Mason Gross at Rutgers, Ithaca College and Oberlin.  She devotes her time to teaching at schools, universities, Skidmore Summer Flute Institute and privately and as the Artistic Programming Coordinator and Director of Flute Choir and Flute Forum at the NJYS.

    The next stop on this orchestra’s agenda is Washington DC. NJIO has been invited to perform this summer on the Millenium Stage at the Kennedy Center.

    This program is made possible in part by funds from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, a Partner Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts and by a HEART (History, Education, Arts Reaching Thousands) Grant from the Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders, the Summit Area Public Foundation, the Lillian P. Schenck Fund, Tokio Marine Management, Inc., the Provident Bank Foundation, the Standish Foundation and Summit Medical Group.

    Phone: 908 603-7691
    Email: info@njio.org
    Price: $0

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  • 04/16/13--07:42: Jerusalem Day Celebration
  • Location: Oheb Shalom Congregation
    170 Scotland Rd, South Orange, NJ
    When: May 5, 2013
    Time: 3:30 pm–8:00 pm

    Oheb Shalom celebrates Jerusalem Day with an interactive, intergenerational program. Starting at 3:30 PM, congregants will build a monumental scale model of the City of Jerusalem entirely out of Lego inside Oheb Shalom. Architect Stephen W. Schwartz, A.I.A., will direct this unique experience. Dinner will be served, then we'll have an evening of music, poetry, and images in celebration of Jerusalem from 6:45 – 8:00 PM. Cost is $15/Person or $30/Family (includes dinner).

    Phone: 973-762-7067
    Email: communications@ohebshalom.org
    Price: $15

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    Peter Yarrow of Peter, Paul & Mary believes programs that build community and catalyze positive behavioral change can enable today's children to break the cycle of hatred, bias and bullying, striving to create a less divided and more peaceful world.

    Location: Temple Sharey Tefilo Israel's Iris Family Center for Early Childhood Education
    432 Scotland Rd, South Orange, NJ
    When: April 30, 2013
    Time: 12:00 pm–2:00 pm

    Event on Bully-Proofing the Children You Love.

    Join us for a discussion with Peter Yarrow member of the folk group “Peter, Paul, and Mary” and co-founder of “Operation Respect,” a non-profit organization working to assure each child and youth a respectful, safe, and compassionate climate of learning. All academic social and emotional development should take place free of bullying, ridicule, and violence. It is a unique organization that provides a gateway to broad scale adoption of school-based character education as well as social and emotional learning (SEL) programs.

    Phone: 973-740-0588
    Price: $18 NCJW/Essex and TSTI Members; $25 non-members

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    Location: 880 Bloomfield Ave, Verona, NJ 07044
    When: May 14, 2013 / June 11, 2013 / July 9, 2013 / August 13, 2013 / September 10, 2013 / October 8, 2013 / November 12, 2013 / December 10, 2013
    Time: 9:30 am–11:00 am

    Monthly meeting for family caregivers to provide access to resources, education and other support.

    Phone: 973-746-4040
    Email: deborah.day@unitedwaynnj.org
    Price: $0

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    Location: 250 Bloomfield Ave, Bloomfield, NJ 07003
    When: May 21, 2013
    Time: 6:00 pm–8:00 pm

    Free dinner seminar for family caregivers of seniors.  Topic of presentation will be "The Caregiver's Dilemma: Are you responding to a demand or a need?" by Ruth Rothbart-Mayer, LCSW, Geriatric Care Consultant, GCM.  Reservations required as space is limited.  Call or email Deborah Day at 973-746-4040 or deborah.day@unitedwaynnj.org.

    Phone: 973-746-4040
    Email: deborah.day@unitedwaynnj.org
    Price: $0

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  • 04/16/13--20:12: A Wellness Happy Hour
  • Wellness Happy Hour

    Location: The Wellness Lounge
    14 S Orange Ave, South Orange, NJ
    When: April 26, 2013
    Time: 6:00 pm–10:00 pm

    Wellness Lounge presents A Wellness Happy Hour

    A healthy way to promote wellness in the community!

    On The Menu:

    Thai Massage-Body Work Mini Sessions

    Reflexology

    Foot Detoxification Baths

    Reiki

    Ear Candling

    Acupuncture

     

    Enjoy Delicious Complimentary Healthy Refreshments!

    Bring a friend a receive a 15% discount on a future treatment!

    Phone: P: 973-275-3868
    Email: info@wellnessinteractive.net
    Price: $20

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  • 04/18/13--09:04: Israeli Art Show
  • Location: Margie Freeman, L.C.S.W.
    356 Redmond Rd, South Orange, NJ
    When: April 20, 2013
    Time: 8:00 pm–11:00 pm

    Show of paintings, crafts and other artwork by Ilan Hasson, Avi Biran and other Israeli artists.  Free to the public.

    Phone: 973-763-0448
    Email: margiefreemanlcsw@gmail.com
    Price: $0

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    Location: 1050 Long Hill Rd, Stirling, NJ 07980
    When: May 1, 2013
    Time: 7:30 pm–9:30 pm

     Breath~Body~Mind Workshop for Stress Reduction and Transformation

    Renew yourself this spring at the Wed. May 1st Breathing Workshop, 7:30-9:30pm at The Shrine of St. Joseph, 1050 Long Hill Road, Stirling, NJ.(fee $20). Dr. Richard Brown, M.D., Integrative Psychiatrist, Columbia University, will lead the group in rounds of healthful rhythmic breathing to reduce stress, anxiety and improve mood, heart/lung function, sleep and endurance as well as symptoms of ADD and PTSD; many who undergo this training report being transformed and say they never imagined that something so simple could be so powerful and helpful. Energizing Qigong and healing exercises will also be featured.
    To register and for details email: workshop.coordinator@yahoo.com, being sure to indicate "Breathing Workshop" as email subject and to note where you heard about this event.

    A $20 CD is available for at home practice. Register soon to reserve your spot!

    Phone: (908) 647-0208
    Email: workshop.coordinator@yahoo.com
    Price: $20

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    Location: 10 Robert H Harp Dr, Livingston, NJ 07039
    When: May 19, 2013
    Time: 9:30 am

    More than 800 men, women, teens and children from across New Jersey are expected to converge at the Memorial Oval in Livingston on Sunday, May 19th for the 13th Annual Run for Rachel.  Members of the community are invited to help the Rachel Coalition reach its ambitious goal of raising $75,000 to benefit victims of domestic violence by creating a personal fundraising page at First Giving.  Online event registration is also available through First Giving by May 11 or at www.rachelcoalition.org.   Those who pre-register receive a free Race Day T-shirt.

     

    The morning includes a 5K USATF Track and Field – New Jersey Women’s Master’s 5K Championship, a 3K Walk; and a Kids’ Run.  Registration begins at 7:45 a.m., the 5K Run begins at 9:30 a.m. and the 3K Walk begins at 9:40 a.m., all events are rain or shine. 

     

    The Run for Rachel raises funds to benefit the Rachel Coalition, a division of Jewish Family Service of MetroWest and a partnership of nine northern New Jersey organizations working together to serve victims of domestic violence.  With the new online registration, participants can register themselves, their children or friends for any of the events, and they can secure personal sponsors through the website.  The top pledge raiser will win a Kindle Fire e-reader.

     

    The Run for Rachel includes children’s entertainment, a DJ, refreshments, goodie bags for all pre-registrants and prize drawings.  Area schools and local organizations can participate by signing up for Run for Rachel, either individually or by forming teams, by asking friends and family members to sponsor them with a financial pledge or by volunteering to help out at the Run.

     

    Preregistration, before May 11, is $23 for either the 5K Run or the 3K Walk, $20 for USATF members.  After May 11 and on race day, the 5K Run or 3K Walk will be $25. The Kids’ Run is $8.

     

    To register by May 11 and create a personal fundraising page, visit http://www.firstgiving.com/JFSMetroWest/run13.

    Phone: 973-765-9050
    Email: sheller@jfsmetrowest.org
    Price: $23 before May 11/$25 after May 11

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  • 04/19/13--08:14: Huge Charity Rummage Sale!
  • Location: 200 Hartshorn Dr, Short Hills, NJ 07078
    When: May 4, 2013
    Time: 9:00 am–2:00 pm

    Huge Charity Rummage Sale!

    Clothes, housewares, toys, furniture.

    Community Congregational Church

    Hartshorn Drive and Parsonage Hill Road

    Saturday, May 4th from 9am to 2pm

    All proceeds benefit charity!

    Phone: 973-379-5600
    Email: church@communitychurch.org
    Price: $0

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    John Buschman, Dean of University Libraries, Seton Hall Univeristy

    Location: Seton Hall University
    400 S Orange Ave, South Orange, NJ
    When: April 23, 2013
    Time: 12:30 pm–1:30 pm

    Students in classrooms, schools and universities and library users (often the same groups) are frequently awash in corporate messages – advertising, sponsorships, logos, and so on. Should this bother us, and if so, why? These practices have reached a crescendo in an age of neoliberalism – that is, the market is considered the model of public reason for all sectors of society. It is frequently asserted that these are inappropriate messages inside our educative institutions important to democracy, but that often just boils down to a simple moralizing. The historic entanglements of businesses and advertising with these institutions tell us there was no "golden age," so to sort out the question we must turn elsewhere. Varieties of democratic theory help us to both identify the ways in which educative institutions in a democracy – schools, universities and libraries in this case – are designed to foster democratic culture and practices, and the ways in which neoliberal practices inside those institutions work against those purposes. Buschman reviews the basic ideas and arguments of his recent book.

    Phone: 973-761-9005
    Email: jody.drafta@shu.edu
    Price: $0

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