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- 04/07/11--09:21: _Youth Orchestras of...
- 04/07/11--09:45: _Auditions for Youth...
- 04/07/11--15:30: _Tennis Extravaganza
- 04/08/11--05:58: _Book Arts Roundtabl...
- 04/08/11--06:06: _The Great Cloth Dia...
- 04/08/11--07:41: _Camp Horizons Open ...
- 04/08/11--10:36: _Blood Drive
- 04/08/11--11:23: _Presentation on Res...
- 04/08/11--17:29: _The Writers Circle ...
- 04/08/11--17:40: _Maplewood/South Ora...
- 04/09/11--09:52: _SADD (Students Agai...
- 04/10/11--21:08: _Harmony to the MAXX...
- 04/11/11--06:37: _Summer Camp Open House
- 04/11/11--09:43: _Zeman School Open H...
- 04/11/11--12:58: _RE-Source Artist De...
- 04/11/11--18:24: _Book Donation Days ...
- 04/12/11--10:14: _Open House and Free...
- 04/12/11--13:45: _Homegrown Archaeolo...
- 04/12/11--17:20: _A Good Cause for Dr...
- 04/12/11--20:42: _Commemorating the E...
- 04/07/11--09:21: Youth Orchestras of Essex County
- 04/07/11--09:45: Auditions for Youth Orchestras of Essex County
- 04/07/11--15:30: Tennis Extravaganza
- 04/08/11--05:58: Book Arts Roundtable exhibition BOOKED 8
- 04/08/11--06:06: The Great Cloth Diaper Change
- 04/08/11--07:41: Camp Horizons Open House
- 04/08/11--10:36: Blood Drive
- 04/08/11--11:23: Presentation on Reservation History
- 04/08/11--17:29: The Writers Circle Spring II Registration
- Storytellers Circle (Kindergarten - 3rd grade)
- Story Magic (3rd-5th grade)
- FOR BOYS ONLY! (mixed ages)
- Teen Writers Circle (middle/high school)
- The Young Storymakers (by invitation or submission only)
- The Writers Circle for Adults
- 04/08/11--17:40: Maplewood/South Orange Professionals In Transition
- 04/09/11--09:52: SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) Presentation
- 04/10/11--21:08: Harmony to the MAXX - Harmony Celebration Annual Chorus Show
Harmony Celebration Chorus, 2011 Greater New York Regional Champion Chorus will perform with guests, MAXX FACTOR and WIDE VARIETY.
MAXX FACTOR, 2011 Sweet Adelines International Quartet Champions, and competitor on the debut season of the SING OFF will perform.
Harmony Celebration Chorus placed 12th at the international competition of Sweet Adelines International in Seattle last fall. In March, the chorus qualified once again to compete on the International stage - this time, in Denver CO in the fall of 2012!
- 04/11/11--06:37: Summer Camp Open House
- 04/11/11--09:43: Zeman School Open House at Oheb Shalom Congregation
- 04/11/11--12:58: RE-Source Artist Development Workshop
- 04/11/11--18:24: Book Donation Days - Friends of the SOPL
- 04/12/11--10:14: Open House and Free Membership for Life Raffle
- 04/12/11--17:20: A Good Cause for Drinks~Benefit for the Walk to Defeat ALS
- 04/12/11--20:42: Commemorating the Easter Rising
70 N Ridgewood Rd, South Orange, NJ
The chamber music program of the Youth Orchestras of Essex County performs an hour-long program in the Little Theater of South Orange Middle School. Free and open to the public.
70 N Ridgewood Rd, South Orange, NJ
The Youth Orchestras of Essex County, comprised of four performing groups: the Essex County Symphony Orchestra, the Junior Symphony, Overture Strings and Chamber Ensembles are holding auditions for the 2011-2012 season.
All musicians between the ages of 8-18 who are currently studying with a private teacher are invited to audition. Full orchestra performances are held twice yearly, in December and in May.
Auditions must be scheduled in advance at www.yoec.org Monday May 16 from 3:30-9 p.m. auditions will be held for ALL string instruments for all orchestras. Brass, woodwinds and percussion and Overture Strings musicians MUST audition on May 16 unless other arrangements are made. Auditions for Junior Symphony String players and ECSO strings players will also be offered on Monday, May 17 from 6-9 p.m. Please visit www.yoec.org for audition requirements and to schedule an audition time online.
5 Mead St, South Orange, NJ
Get together to Drill & Play - for Beginner- Intermediate Adult Players. 5 sessions for $75
5 Mead St, South Orange, NJ
The Book Arts Roundtable exhibition BOOKED 8 will begin with a reception at the Baird on April 14th at 6:30pm. The exhibition will run from April 15 to May 21, 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM daily except Mondays and Tuesdays. Do not miss this opportunity to see hand made books by artists locally and from the tri-state area.
117 Oakland Rd, Maplewood, NJ
An event, called the Great Cloth Diaper Change 2011, will take place on Saturday, April 23, 2011 in locations all around the globe and now at a local venue too! The Great Cloth Diaper Change (http://www.greatclothdiaperchange.com) will set a world record for the most cloth diapers ever changed simultaneously. Maplewood-based Green Bean Babies (www.greenbeanbabies.com) and Chatham-based Postpartum Place (www.thepostpartumplace.com) will host a group of local cloth diapering moms & dads to play their part in setting the record.
Green Bean Babies will have cloth diapers available on-site for anyone interested in learning more about modern cloth diapers or in purchasing a diaper to participate in the change.
This event is part of a larger (and growing) movement. Participants may contribute $1 (or more) at all North American events to benefit the Real Diaper Association, the 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization working to help families across the U.S. and Canada find and use reusable cloth diapers.
91 S Orange Ave, Livingston, NJ
Camp Horizons at Newark Academy will hold an open house for kindergarten through 9th grade campers on April 9th and 30th, from 1pm to 2:30pm.
400 S Orange Ave, South Orange, NJ
Refreshments for all donors! For more information or to schedule an appointment, please call 1-800-933-BLOOD. Walk-ins welcome.
523 Ridgewood Rd, Maplewood, NJ
For those interested in the 115-year old history of the South Mountain Reservation and missed the presentation last year at our annual meeting, you are invited to attend David Hogenauer's talk this Sunday, April 10th at 2:00 p.m. The talk, which features extensive vintage photographs and maps, will take place at the Durand-Hedden House and Garden, 523 Ridgewood Road, Maplewood.
SPRING II : MAY 9 - JUNE 25
Creative Writing Workshops for Children & Adults
Now in three locations: West Orange, Maplewood and Madison, NJ
View complete schedule online
Classes fill up quickly -- Register today!
LinkedIn Can Help you ‘Network’ Your Way To A Job!
presented by Elaine Bloom
to Maplewood/South Orange Professionals in Transition
April 11, 2011
at 10:15 am
In today's market, up to 85% of jobs are secured through networking. LinkedIn is the professional business social media/networking site. But you can't just post your profile and expect to hear from a recruiter or get a job. Through the Groups and the Q & A sections, you can more effectively market yourself and network your way to recognition. Learn some of the ins and outs of LinkedIn, and strategies that can put you ahead of the competition, including:
* The word that every job-seeker should have in their headline
* How to use updates so your network hears from you on a regular basis
* Why you should join groups and what to do once you've joined them
Elaine Bloom has a degree in history from NYU and has spent much of her life in various types of publishing including working for large book publishers in New York City and a family special-interest newspaper business based in Newark. Always interested in the intersection of technology, communications and information dissemination she's moved from working mainly with print media to the world of the Internet. Since 2008 she's been helping people to get the most out of LinkedIn.
Maplewood/South Orange Professionals in Transition
51 Baker Street
Maplewood/South Orange Professionals in Transition
is a part of the
Northern NJ Professionals in Transition network
SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) from Millburn High School will be presenting on the dangers of texting/drinking/talking while driving at DCH Millburn Audi. Millburn Short Hills Red Cross will also do a presentation on first aid and safety. SADD will also have a small gift auction/raffle. All are welcome.
Tutor Time has been in business since 2002 and provides care for infants through Kindergarten year round. They offer a summer camp program for ages 3-10. It is open 6:30 a.m. until 6:30 p.m. Monday through Friday to help meet the needs of working parents.
Tutor Time believes that children learn best when they are actively involved in constructing their own knowledge. Classrooms were designed to invite children to participate in self-directed investigations, while still allowing teachers to provide a strong emphasis on mathematics and literacy skills through our specialized curriculum. Tutor Time has a kid size ‘Tutor Towne Village’ encouraging dramatic play and social development.
Our center also has both an indoor and an outdoor play area. Tutor Time Child Care Center’s program includes nutritious lunches & snacks, enrichment programs including Music, Spanish and Science.
Safety is also paramount for children, so all Tutor Time centers are equipped with the Safe N Sound™ security system, a premier feature that allows staff instant access to a child’s information. In addition, Tutor Time equips all of its classrooms with observation windows and security cameras.
Tutor Time is currently accepting children for all programs. Tutor Time is conveniently located in Livingston at 650 South Orange Ave. South Orange Train Station is located less than 10minutes away, along with NJ transit buses running right outside the school. To schedule a tour, please contact 973-758-1070.
170 Scotland Rd, South Orange, NJ
Looking for Jewish Religious School Options for Your Child?
Join us for an informal talk about religious school options, including the Zeman Religious School.
Sunday May 1st
10am - 11am
Meet with Julie Wohl, Zeman School Education Director, Rabbi Cooper of Oheb Shalom Congregation, and other young families about Jewish options for your child. Tour our school, ask questions, schmooze with other parents.
Please RSVP to Julie at:
Oheb Shalom Congregation
170 Scotland Road, South Orange NJ
Artists from ALL disciplines.
Join us for a day of networking, portfolio review by curators, group discussions regarding copyright/legal issues, health insurance reform and starting your own business.
Guest Curators and Panelists include:
10:00 am - 5:00 pm at aljira, A Center for Contemporary Art, 591 Broad Street, Newark, NJ 07102
Registration fee: $25
Curators: Alyson Pou: Creative Capital, Dell Howlett (Dance) NYU, Rocio Aranda-Alvarando: El Museo del Barrio, Kari Conte: International Studio and Curatorial Program, Emma Wilcox: Gallery Aferro: Laurie Cumbo: MoCADA, Brooklyn, Chuck Schultz, Independent Filmmaker (PBS). Panelists: Jim Brown: Actors Fund, Elizabeth Mackay: NJ Business... Action Center, and Nicholas Stevens, ESQ., NJ Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts
65 Scotland Rd, South Orange, NJ
Do you have books you want to donate to help your local library?
The Book Donation Days for the 2011 Friends of South Orange Public Library BOOK SALE are fast approaching! So gather together your books, DVD’s, CD’s and childrens games and bring them to the parking lot of the SOPL. [65 Scotland Rd. between Comstock and Taylor Place].
We cannot accept the following donations: soiled or mildewed books, encyclopedias or computer software books, LP’s, VHS or audio tapes - either new or home-made.
Book donations hours are 12 noon -4pm on each donation day!
Tues. April 26th
Thurs. April 28th
Sat. April 30th
Tues. May 3rd
Thurs. May 5th
Sat. May 7th
We are volunteer run! If you want to contribute your time to either the Book Donation Days, or to the Book Sale itself, please sign up at the circulation desk at the library, email email@example.com or call the library (973-762-0230) to get your name on our list. Thank you for your help!
The Friends of the SOPL BOOK SALE is on Saturday, May 14th from 11am to 4pm! Same location as the book donations
If you miss the sale (or just can’t resist a deal!) come on out for The Friends BAG SALE the following day on Sunday May 15th from 2-5pm!
The Friends of the SOPL is a 501c3 charitable organization. All proceeds go toward helping the South Orange Public Library through collection development, expanded programming, the summer reading program prizes, special guest performances and talks at the library throughout the year!
Check out our website for updates http://sites.google.com/site/friendsofsopl and look us up on Facebook!
WIN A FREE MEMBERSHIP FOR LIFE!
Colosseum Gym is holding an Open House on Tuesday, April 19 from 5pm to Midnight at 525 Irvington Avenue in the Ivy Hill Shopping Plaza directly behind Seton Hall University. They will be giving away free product samples all night and a live DJ will be playing the best of today's workout music from 5pm to 9pm!
Colosseum Gym is also selling raffle tickets for just $5 to benefit its Colosseum Cares Foundation to help fight the pandemic of childhood obesity. Raffle drawing will be broadcast on YouTube and Facebook to announce the winner of a LIFETIME gym membership!!!
For questions, comments or directions, call 973.416.8606 or visit www.BestGymInJersey.com.
Did you know that 4,000 years ago Egyptian engineers were able to build sea-worthy cargo vessels inland, along the Nile, then dismantle them stick by stick, transport them across the desert by donkey to the Red Sea, and then rebuild them according to some sort of number or color code?
If you didn't that may be because archaeologists have only recently discovered a treasure-trove of artifacts that tell the story.
Don't miss this opportunity to hear Maplewood/South Orange native Tracy Spurrier talk about the revolutionary discoveries she has been a part of in the Middle Kingdom Port Site of Wadi Gawasis on the Egyptian Red Sea Coast. Instead of mummies, she has been a part of discovering some of the oldest remnants of seagoing ships and other relics linked to exotic trade with a mysterious Red Sea realm called Punt
Packing for Punt: Ancient and Modern activities at the Middle Kingdom Port Site of Wadi Gawasis on the Egyptian Red Sea Coast
A one-time opportunity to hear her lecture and ask her questions about her finds. Archaeology buff? Yes, please!
Tracy Spurrier grew up in the Maplewood/South Orange area and attended South Orange Middle School and Columbia High School. She has a bachelor’s degree in Archaeology fromBoston University, a Master’s Degree in Near and Middle Eastern Civilizations from the University of Toronto, and is currently a doctoral student studying The Archaeology of the Ancient Near East at the University of Toronto. She has worked on excavations in Spain, Egypt, and Syria.
12 W South Orange Ave, South Orange, NJ
Bunny's Restaurant & Sports Bar presents
The Sharpe James
The Local Band
in support of
THE WALK TO DEFEAT ALS
AND a Silent Auction with Services from Local Businesses and Artists
April 16, 2011
9:00 p.m. to closing
12-14 W South Orange Avenue
South Orange, NJ 07079
Come Rock out, have a blast,
and help support
The Walk to Defeat ALS™
400 S Orange Ave, South Orange, NJ
Come to this third event in Pirates of Irish Persuasion and Extraction (PIPE) Spring 2011 Irish Studies Discussion Series!
Dr. Dermot Quinn, Professor of History, will tell us about the motivations behind the 1916 Easter Rising in Ireland, what happened during the Rising and the outcomes of this rebellion.
Joan Ruane, organizer of the annual Easter Rising Mass in Newark, will discuss the founding of the Mass and the tradition it continues each year, just a few miles away!