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- 02/18/11--08:57: _Perinatal Bereaveme...
- 02/18/11--08:59: _Maternity Orientation
- 02/18/11--09:03: _Weight Loss Surgery...
- 02/21/11--09:15: _“Cake Boss” Buddy V...
- 02/21/11--10:09: _"Relationship Roadm...
- 02/21/11--19:35: _Essex County Execut...
- 02/22/11--11:16: _Hitler Was Their Ma...
- 02/22/11--11:47: _“HOODWINKED! What W...
- 02/22/11--14:59: _Sensory Integration...
- 02/22/11--15:05: _48th Annual Westfie...
- 02/22/11--15:14: _Carol Beaugard and ...
- 02/22/11--15:17: _Sarlin Levine Ganz ...
- 02/22/11--15:19: _Richard and Julie S...
- 02/23/11--07:07: _Wake Up To a Royal ...
- 02/23/11--07:24: _Glengarry Glen Ross
- 02/24/11--11:13: _Anne Donovan Basket...
- 02/24/11--11:29: _Lunch and Learn Ser...
- 02/24/11--11:38: _Rock & Roll Legend ...
- 02/24/11--13:26: _Einstein's Birthday...
- 02/24/11--13:45: _Prudential New Jers...
- 02/18/11--08:57: Perinatal Bereavement Support Group
- 02/18/11--08:59: Maternity Orientation
- 02/18/11--09:03: Weight Loss Surgery Options
- 02/21/11--09:15: “Cake Boss” Buddy Valastro is Coming to Wine Legend!
- 02/21/11--10:09: "Relationship Roadmap" Course for Couples
- 02/22/11--11:16: Hitler Was Their Matchmaker
- 02/22/11--11:47: “HOODWINKED! What Wrecked Our Economy? How to Fix It”
- 02/22/11--14:59: Sensory Integration Workshop
- 02/22/11--15:05: 48th Annual Westfield Stamp Show
- 02/22/11--15:14: Carol Beaugard and Blue Express at MoFiddles
- 02/22/11--15:17: Sarlin Levine Ganz CD Release Show
- 02/22/11--15:19: Richard and Julie Smith Guitar and Cello Concert
- 02/23/11--07:07: Wake Up To a Royal Princess Breakfast!
- 02/23/11--07:24: Glengarry Glen Ross
- 02/24/11--11:13: Anne Donovan Basketball Camp (Seton Hall University)
- 02/24/11--11:29: Lunch and Learn Series: "Issues in a Woman's Life"
- 02/24/11--11:38: Rock & Roll Legend Dave Mason Live at Temple B’nai Jeshurun
- 02/24/11--13:26: Einstein's Birthday Brain Awareness Event
- Einstein facts and trivia
- Insight into how brain training makes people smarter
- Examples of things parents can do at home to help their child strengthen cognitive skills
- An interview with one of our students who feels more like Einstein after our training.
- 02/24/11--13:45: Prudential New Jersey Properties' Summit/Millburn Tax Appeal Seminar
- How can I determine whether to file a property tax appeal?
- What does the process entail when filing a property tax appeal?
- What is the difference between property tax assessments and current market value?
94 Old Short Hills Rd, Livingston, NJ
Those who have experienced a loss during pregnancy or the death of a newborn often benefit from sharing their distress and receiving support from others who have suffered a similar tragedy. The group offers this support to help parents come to terms with their grief.
Meetings are usually held the first Wednesday of each month. The program is free, but advanced registration is required by calling Dorothy Kurzweil, LCSW at 973-322-5745 or 973-322-5055.
94 Old Short Hills Rd, Livingston, NJ
Women’s Health/Parent Education at Saint Barnabas offers this free seminar, designed for expecting mothers planning to deliver at Saint Barnabas Medical Center, on the first Wednesday of every month.
The program is free, and registration is not required.
200 S Orange Ave, Livingston, NJ
Saint Barnabas’s Bariatric Surgery Center of Excellence is led by accomplished laparoscopic bariatric surgeons who are respected members of the American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery.
Our goal is to develop a relationship with you and support you throughout your journey to better health. If you have tried and failed to lose weight, have a BMI of over 40 or a BMI of over 35 with obesity-related medical problems or are 80-100 pounds overweight, bariatric surgery may be the solution. The program is free, but advanced registration is required: 973-322-7433 / www.sbhcscalendar.com/sbmc.
277 Eisenhower Pkwy, Livingston, NJ
We invite you to join us at Wine Legend on Saturday, February 26 from 12:00 – 2:00 as television personality “Cake Boss” Buddy
Valastro will be with us.
Buddy will sign copies of his new book Cake Boss: Stories and Recipes from Mia Famiglia. We will give away a limited number of autographed books. Buddy will bring a cake for you to taste! In honor of our special guest, we will open some special wines for you (and Buddy) to sample!
4 3rd St, South Orange, NJ
Make your marriage a top priority! Join Master PAIRS leaders Elaine and Hal Braff as they teach skills to enhance communication, improve problem solving, increase happiness, strengthen love and reduce conflict with a marriage at their "Relationship Roadmap" six week course beginning Sunday, March 6 in South Orange.
481 Eagle Rock Ave, West Orange, NJ
On Tuesday, February 22nd, County Executive DiVincenzo will address Rotary Club members from throughout Essex County. Scheduled to attend the meeting are representatives from Rotary Clubs from Nutley, Bloomfield, Glen Ridge, Irvington, Newark, West Orange, Montclair, South Orange, Maplewood, Orange, Cedar Grove, the Caldwells, West Essex, Fairfield and two clubs from Livingston.
Most survivor couples would never have met one another had the Holocaust not occurred. Certainly their weddings were not the kind they dreamed of while growing up. Alone and adrift, survivors turned to each other to replace the families they had lost.
With all that has been written and said about the Holocaust, little attention has been paid to these marriages born out of loss. Meet and hear the riveting stories of Malvina Lefkowitz and Jean Gluck of South Orange and three other survivors. Wedding cake will be served.
420 Bloomfield Ave, Verona, NJ
The Wharton Club of New Jersey (WCNJ) and the New Jersey Chapter of Financial Executives International (FEI) will host “HOODWINKED! What Wrecked Our Economy? How to Fix It” on March 16 at 6:00 p.m. at Richfield Regency in Verona, NJ.
John Perkins, best-selling author of “Hoodwinked, Confessions of an Economic Hit Man” and “The Secret History of the American Empire” will present a controversial and thought-provoking analysis of what caused the economic collapse and what specific steps each of us can take to create a sustainable and just world.
Cost for attending the event, which is open to the public and includes a sumptuous buffet dinner and beverages, is tiered starting at $60 for WCNJ and FEI members. Early registration discount ends on March 8.
Registration and more information are available on the Wharton Club’s website at www.whartonnjclub.com.
Many children struggle with sensory integration problems as a result of living in an orphanage, foster care or an environment of neglect or deprivation. Symptoms are often mistaken for ADHD, oppositional behavior or attachment disorder. This workshop will explain sensory integration, and how the detection of SI dysfunction and appropriate therapy can make all the difference in your child’s development.
The Westfield Stamp Club will hold its 48th annual stamp show on Saturday, March 5th, in the Community Room of the Westfield Municipal Center, located at 425 East Broad Street. The show will be opened from 10 AM until 5 PM. Admission is free.
The show will feature stamp dealers from around the state who will have a wide range of philatelic items for sale in every price range. The show also will host the annual exhibit competition among club members who will be exhibiting stamps and postal history items from around the world. The exhibits to be shown will be the work of those who are new to the field as well as from those who have shown their work at the international competitive level.
This year the show will celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the Statue of Liberty, as well as the 50th anniversary of the Westfield Stamp Club. There will be two specially designed envelopes with a Statue of Liberty theme and another for the Westfield Stamp Club anniversary. The United States Post Office will be on hand to provide a special show cancellations which will only be available at the Westfield show. The club will also have a very creative special exhibit to honor the Statue of Liberty.
4260 Town Center Way, Livingston, NJ
“Blue Express” performs a great mix of driving bluegrass, pleasing folkgrass and Americana music. Exceptional vocals and instrumentation with a contemporary sound, humor and a great sense of fun are the band’s special ingredients.
4260 Town Center Way, Livingston, NJ
Join Sarlin-Levine-Ganz for a performance to commemorate the release of their debut album. The progressive-acoustic trio (Mike Levine dobro, Don Sarlin guitar, and Jeff Ganz bass), whose original instrumental music features myriad influences from bluegrass to blues to rock to samba, will be performing two sets starting at 8PM. Each customer who pays the $20 cover charge will receive a copy of the new album, so come on down and join us to celebrate its release.
4260 Town Center Way, Livingston, NJ
Richard’s and Julie’s ever changing repertoire will include a wide variety of music from Scott Joplin Rags, Sousa marches, Mozart, fiddle tunes, standards, Chet Atkins and Jerry Reed tunes, Django Reinhardt gypsy jazz, Bach, Beatles tunes, pop tunes, Bach and the classics, originals, lightning fast barn-burners to beautiful ballads. This promises to be an outstanding evening of virtuoso musicianship.
The combination of Richard’s fretboard fireworks and Julie’s warm tone and lyrical style will melt your heartstrings, have your toes tapping and your jaws hanging open.
Start the day with a surrounded by princess royalty at our most popular event. Your child will be enchanted by beautiful princesses, Cinderella, Snow White, Sleeping Beauty and Belle! Children will take home a princess photo-frame keepsake too. A special event for prince and princess alike!!!
Tiaras, crowns and ballgowns welcome! If your little one is comfortable in a fancy dress or costume, that simply adds more fun for everyone. Remember to bring your camera! Come for breakfast, then stay and play all day!
Tickets are limited and spaces can fill up quickly. call (973) 966-8000 to RSVP and save your place today Reserve your spot for guaranteed seating and special pricing! Price includes admission to the museum, you may stay and play all day!
Price for child: $13.99
Price for adult: $10.99* Price includes breakfast.
If you pay at the door, seats are not guaranteed and pricing is $14.99 per child and $11.99 per adult. This is a special event, no coupons or discounts can be applied. These tickets are non-refundable.
The Chatham Players are presenting a scathingly funny and thrilling production of David Mamet’s Pulitzer Prize-winning drama, GLENGARRY GLEN ROSS, opening Friday, March 4 and running through March 19. Known to New Jersey audiences, Chase Newhart directs the show.
Strong Language: NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN
400 S Orange Ave, South Orange, NJ
We are holing Girls' basketball summer camps this year at Seton Hall University at the Direction of Head Coach Anne Donovan.
The dates of the Anne Donovan Basketball Camps have been announced for the summer of 2011. Three camps will be offered:
Team Camp June 13-16 (6-9:30pm - $500 per team)
Skills Academy June 27-29 (6-9pm - $150)
Day Camp July 18-22 (9am-3pm - $285 - extended day available till 5pm).
Links to the camp brochures are provided below, as well as a link for online registration. Hope to see you this summer - Go Pirates!
300 E Northfield Rd, Livingston, NJ
The Temple B’nai Abraham Adult Learning will present a Lunch and Learn series on Issues in a Woman's Life on Tuesdays, March 8, April 5, May 10 & June 14, 11:30 AM at the temple. In this sequel to the very well-received "Chapters in a Woman's Life," led by B'nai Abraham Congregational Nurse Karen Frank, participants will now look at specific issues that we confront as women. The group will look at their relationships with grown children and family members, consider issues of intimacy with friends and loves, and talk about increasing our health and spirituality. Attendance at the “Chapter” series is not a prerequisite. Bring your lunch. This lecture is free and open to the community. Please RSVP to Karen at email@example.com, or the Temple at 973.994.2290, or online at www.tbanj.org.
1025 S Orange Ave, Short Hills, NJ
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Dave Mason and his band will headline the Brotherhood Concerts event on Sunday, April 10 at 7pm at Temple B’nai Jeshurun in Short Hills.
Radio legend and rock historian Pete Fornatale is co-host of the all-request benefit concert that will feature many of Mason’s electrifying solo hits, including “Only You Know and I Know” and “Show Me Some Affection.”
The Dave Mason Band will perform in the Sanctuary at TBJ. With state-of-the-art acoustics and no seat more than 40 feet from the stage, concertgoers will have the opportunity to experience the artistry and talent of one of rock’s great guitar players like never before.
Proceeds from The Dave Mason Band benefit concert will go to the Brotherhood of Temple B’nai Jeshurun to support community-based charitable organizations. A limited number of Sponsorship packages are available, which include two tickets with preferred seating in the center orchestra, a private, pre-show reception with Dave Mason, and acknowledgment from the stage and in all event marketing. For details, visit www.BrotherhoodConcerts.com.
Tickets may be purchased online at www.BrotherhoodConcerts.com, by mail with check payable to TBJ Brotherhood at Temple B’nai Jeshurun,1025 South Orange Avenue, Short Hills, NJ 07078, or in person at Nancy and David Fine Jewels, 266 Essex Street, Millburn, NJ 07041 (cash or check only).
636 Morris Tpke, Short Hills, NJ
It's almost Brain Awareness Week/Einstein's Birthday and we want everyone to know they can actually get smarter! (Maybe not as smart as Einstein, but definitely a little brainier.) Cognitive skills training is a proven way to "unlock the Einstein" inside us all.
We'd love to help you unlock your inner Einstein - by trying some LearningRx exercises that are proven to make you smarter, and by getting "Einsteined" where you don an Einstein wig and mustache for a photo op.
We could provide you with:
Our celebration is March 14, 2011 at 6:30pm. If you can't make it then, we would love to have you come any time for a preview.
If you have any questions, please call me at (973) 376-4646 or email me at TiffanyD@LearningRx.net.
Prudential New Jersey Properties' Summit/Millburn office will host a tax appeal seminar at the West Orange Public Library on Wednesday, March 2. The seminar will include a local Tax Assessor, Attorney and Appraiser. The following questions will be addressed: