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- 05/12/11--14:22: _Maplewood Memorial ...
- 05/12/11--17:25: _Care Giver Support ...
- 05/12/11--19:28: _Dreamcakes Cake Tas...
- 05/13/11--10:21: _OPEN HOUSE
- 05/13/11--10:26: _Kids v. Cancer Book...
- 05/13/11--10:37: _Special Sensory-Fri...
- 05/13/11--13:33: _Life Skills: 7 Ways...
- 05/15/11--09:06: _Frinds of the Libra...
- 05/15/11--10:29: _Lucky Me
- 05/15/11--11:49: _Slow Food Northern ...
- 05/15/11--14:56: _Multi-family Yard S...
- 05/15/11--20:15: _Picnic for Adoptive...
- 05/16/11--08:11: _Summer Art Workshop...
- 05/16/11--11:12: _Potty Mouths Comedy...
- 05/16/11--11:52: _Healthy LIFE Super ...
- 05/16/11--12:14: _Annual Irish Sports...
- 05/16/11--15:43: _Secrets to Success ...
- 05/17/11--06:15: _Dating Abuse: It Co...
- 05/17/11--10:02: _Open Mic @ Hat City...
- 05/17/11--15:20: _Bears to Host “Hank...
- 05/12/11--14:22: Maplewood Memorial Day Parade
- 05/12/11--17:25: Care Giver Support Group
- 05/12/11--19:28: Dreamcakes Cake Tasting
- 05/13/11--10:21: OPEN HOUSE
- 05/13/11--10:26: Kids v. Cancer Book Sale Bake Sale
- 05/13/11--13:33: Life Skills: 7 Ways to Wellness
- 05/15/11--09:06: Frinds of the Library Bag Sale
- 05/15/11--10:29: Lucky Me
- 05/15/11--11:49: Slow Food Northern NJ Spring Wine & Cheese Tasting
- 05/15/11--14:56: Multi-family Yard Sale!
- 05/15/11--20:15: Picnic for Adoptive Families - Turtle Back Zoo
- The Adoptive Parents Committee (APC) of New Jersey is holding a picnic for adoptive families on June 12 at the Turtle Back Zoo. Come out and meet other parents and children connected through adoption, and learn more about membership in the APC. All ages welcome.
Tickets for pre-registered guests are $10 for adults, $6 for children for food. Please enter through the group admissions window.
RSVP to Laura at: email@example.com
Walk-ins also welcome (though will have to pay separately for zoo admission).
The Turtle Back Zoo is located at 560 Northfield Avenue West Orange, New Jersey, 07052
- 05/16/11--08:11: Summer Art Workshop Enrollment - Express Yourself Studios
- 05/16/11--11:12: Potty Mouths Comedy Show
- 05/16/11--11:52: Healthy LIFE Super Seminar
- 05/16/11--12:14: Annual Irish Sports Exhibition
- 05/16/11--15:43: Secrets to Success with Edible Gardens
- Shhhh...the secrets - soil management, exposure, organic practices
- Edible landscaping - what is it and how to design one
- Containers and raised beds
- A look towards the future of the sustainability movement in the backyard, restaurant and local farm
- Chef Richer's tasting menu that 'let's the veggies do the talking' and
- A very special parting gift of a hydroponically grown edible from the non-profit, Arthur & Friends Greenhouse Project, NORWESCAP's successful program training the differently-abled and disadvantaged for jobs in agriculture.
- 05/17/11--06:15: Dating Abuse: It Could Happen to MY Child
- 05/17/11--10:02: Open Mic @ Hat City Kitchen
- 05/17/11--15:20: Bears to Host “Hank’s Yanks” for Rare Charity Game
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17 Parker Ave, Maplewood, NJ
The Maplewood Memorial Day Parade will kick off at the Columbia High School Student Parking Lot at 9:00 AM on Memorial Day. The parade route is West Parker Avenue to Maplewood Avenue to Baker Street to Town Hall.
Participants include Veterans, Township Committee, Maplewood Committee for Servicemen and Women, Maplewood Glee Club, Columbia High School Marching Band, Scout troops, Classic Cars: The 1966 Bat Mobile, Rotary, Kiwanis, Maplewood First Aid Squad, Maplewood Fire Department, and many more.
After the parade there will be a ceremony at Town Hall honoring those veterans who are no longer with us. A roll call of VFW members who died in the past year and the placing of the wreath will conclude the ceremony.
510 Prospect Ave, West Orange, NJ
If you are caring for someone with Altzheimer's disease or related memory impairment, please join us for our caregiver support group meeting. This is an opportunity for you to care for yourself, too!
Every 3rd Wednesday of the month.
1 S Orange Ave, South Orange, NJ
Come in Saturday & Sunday May 14th &15th for a FREE Dreamcake cake tasting. There will be a special 9/11 tribute cake honoring our firemen who gave their lives nearly ten years ago. The cake will be featuring our South Orange fire station.
While enjoying your cake please enjoy a sample of our Eden Marketplace coffee.
Marylawn of the Oranges Academy will be hosting an Open House this Saturday, May 14 from 11am to 1pm.
Please join us and find out what makes Marylawn students succeed!
Marylawn of the Oranges is an all girls Catholic college prepartatory school dedicated to shaping tomorrow's leaders, one woman at a time.
Kids v Cancer is a foundation formed in memory of Jacob Froman, who lost a very valiant fight against brain cancer a little over two years ago. Our sale this year falls right on Jacob's birthday, May 21st.
Proceeds will once again benefit Kids v Cancer (www.kidsvcancer.org), which promotes, among other amazing projects, getting increased funding put toward finding cures for childhood cancers.
We hope you might be able to contribute some children’s books your family has outgrown, or perhaps a batch of your favorite homemade goodies, to the cause. Or maybe you’d just like to come to our sale. The Kids v. Cancer Book Sale Bake Sale will be held on Saturday, May 21, from 9am to 12 noon, at our place: 38 Plymouth Avenue in Maplewood. If you would like to donate books (children’s only, please), you may give them to us, drop them off on our porch, or ask us to pick them up any time between now and then (the sooner the better, as we’ll organize them by age and type). Please bring baked goods by either that morning or the day before. And please come to our sale that Saturday morning. Of course, John's making lattes, too, which may be the main draw for some of us. If you do think you might be able to contribute something, please let us know so that we can have a sense of what we’ll have.
All books remaining at sale's end will be donated to the Orange Book Pantry, which provides free books to children who otherwise might not have books of their own. It, too, is a terrific organization.
22 Brookside Dr, Millburn, NJ
Paper Mill Playhouse, in partnership with Pushcart Players, New Jersey’s premiere producer of theater for young audiences, will present a special engagement of the live musical STONE SOUP AND OTHER STORIES on Saturday, June 11, 2011 at 10:00 am. Designed specifically for children on the autism spectrum, or with other developmental disabilities, and planned in cooperation with Autism New Jersey and The Douglass Developmental Disabilities Center at Rutgers University, the theater environment will be altered for this performance, providing a sensory-friendly, comfortable and judgment-free space that is welcoming for all families. At this unique presentation, theater lights will remain up, sound volume will be lowered and consistent and children will be free to talk and leave their seat under parental supervision. The show will run about one hour with an intermission.
STONE SOUP AND OTHER STORIES is a charming, well-seasoned blend of select folk tales from around the world that are dynamic, participatory and filled with zesty entertainment! Reserved tickets are $12-$15. Tickets may be purchased by calling 973-376-4343, or at the Paper Mill Box Office on Brookside Drive in Millburn, or online at Paper Mill Playhouse’s website: www.papermill.org.
150 S Orange Ave, South Orange, NJ
Life Skills Workshop
7 Ways to Wellness
Professionals in the Wellness field will come and share some tips on how to stay fit, relaxed, keep a healthy diet, how to remain balanced mentally, emotionally, physically, etc.
This program is FREE of charge
For youth 11-18 yrs old
Refreshments will be served
65 Scotland Rd, South Orange, NJ
Book Sale Bag day -fill a bag (supplied) for $5
10 Durand Rd, Maplewood, NJ
LUCKY ME, written by Sachi Parker and Frederick Stroppel, is preparing for a New York production in the fall of 2011 will be presented at the Burgdorff Center of The Performing Arts in Maplewood NJ on Sunday, May 22nd at 3pm as a semi-staged reading with no intermission, and will be followed by a Q & A session with Ms. Parker.
Written with playwright Frederick Stroppel, LUCKY ME is the funny-sad story of Sachi’s long odyssey of self-discovery, as she struggles to reconnect with her mother, Shirley MacLaine, and escape from her imposing shadow at the same time. It spans the Rat-Pack-Vegas-“Mad Men” world of the 60’s through the free-love consciousness-raising 70’s to the New Age self-absorption of the 80’s and 90’s, finally landing in the present wherever-we-are-now.
21 Van Vleck St, Montclair, NJ
Join Slow Food Northern NJ for a tasting of American wines and artisan cheeses at beautiful Van Vleck House, while the wisteria is in bloom, to benefit our school garden program. Learn about wine and cheese pairing from the experts: Daniel Epstein, cheese monger at Eden Gourmet; and Steve Lieder, wine educator from Chelsea Wine Vault in NYC. Pre-registration required. Must be 21 years of age. $35.00 Slow Food members; $40.00 non-members. No walk-ins.
We're having a yard sale! Goodies include:
- LOTS of furniture pieces, many of them in great condition, others that would be perfect for people who like to DIY (for example, a table that's sound and solid but maybe needs a fresh coat of paint)
- LOTS of women's clothes sizes M, L, XL -- most of them with TAGS ON!!
- tons of books and CDs, including some jazz/blues/big band collectibles
- like-new binoculars, antique copper teakettles, antique light fixtures, Christmas items
- We will have a $1 table and a 25-cent table
- FREE GIFT with every purchase!
Hope to see you there!
Please email with any specific questions.
Express Yourself Studios located at 1912 Springfield Avenue in Maplewood has begun its Summer Art Workshop 2011 enrollment. The Summer Art Workshop program is open to children ages 5-12. Children will experiment with a variety of media in a fun and supportive environment. Participants will be encouraged to use their imagination freely as they learn about Master Artists. The Summer Workshop runs June 27 – August 26.
Workshop attendees will create 10-15 art projects per week. The projects will be inspired by a different Master Artist. The 2011 9-week schedule includes the following artists: Alexander Calder, Pablo Picasso, Wassily Kandinsky, Georgia O'Keeffe, Paul Cezanne, Vincent Van Gogh, Roy Lichtenstein, Andy Warhol and Jean Michel Basquiat.
Children will learn about the Artists through discussions, examples, and art-making. Projects will include painting, drawing, mixed media collage, sculpture, printmaking and paper mache. An exhibition and reception featuring students' artwork will be held at the conclusion of each week.
SUMMER ART WORKSHOP 2011
Children Ages 5-8 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Children Age 9-12 1:30 pm – 4:30 pm
Weekly Schedule - $175 Weekly***
Week 1 June 27 - July 1 Alexander Calder (Sculpture)
Week 2 July 5 - July 8* Pablo Picasso
Week 3 July 11 - July 15 Wassily Kandinsky
Week 4 July 18 - July 22 Georgia O'Keeffe
Week 5 July 25 - July 29 Paul Cezanne
Week 6 August 1 - August 5 Vincent VanGogh
Week 7 August 8 - August 12 Roy Lichtenstein
Week 8 August 15 - August 19 Andy Warhol
Week 9 August 22 - August 26 Jean Michel Basquiat
* $140 (rate reduction this week only, no class Monday, July 4 )
***$150 per week if registering for 2 or more weeks
Express Yourself Studios is an art studio and art gallery dedicated to being an outlet for children and adults to express themselves creatively via classes in arts and crafts. The Studio offers a Summer Art Camp as well as host birthday parties. Additionally it is a space where artist are welcome to display their work and create utilizing the studio's space, tools and tables. For more information about the studio and its offerings visit www.expressyourselfstudios.com.
10 Durand Rd, Maplewood, NJ
STUDIO B is celebrating the end of our first spectacular season with a wash-your-ears-out-with-soap, rib-achin', thigh-punchin' stand up comedy show: POTTY MOUTHS
Featuring LOCAL COMIC WONDERMENTS:
And! South Orange Native who has appeared on THE TONIGHT SHOW, THE COMEDY CHANNEL, and LAST COMIC STANDING:
This show is going to be SO huge, we're even selling tickets in advance ... so get 'em while they're still digitally available (catchy, no?).
200 S Orange Ave, Livingston, NJ
The Pediatric Specialty Center at Saint Barnabas Medical Center is offering a Healthy LIFE Super Seminar on May 24, 2011, for kids and teens who tend to put on weight more easily than others. This fun and educational one-time seminar will teach many basics of healthy weight management, including nutrition information, behavioral skills, and the importance of enjoyable exercise.
The seminar will be held from 5:30 to 7:45 p.m. and the Saint Barnabas Ambulatory Care Center, 200 South Orange Ave, Livingston. The cost is $100 per family. To learn more or register, please contact Dr. Gill, Ph.D. at 973-322-7620 or email@example.com.
648 Prospect Ave, West Orange, NJ
This Men’s Hurling and Rugby Highlight Event will promote and introduce the New York metropolitan area to the sports of Irish heritage.
A family day filled with exciting events, sports, vendors, music and food. This will be an enjoyable day for all of the family. Entertainment will be provided by the Eamonn Ryan Show Band, Will O’Connor, and the Shillelagh Pipe & Drums of Essex County.
Game Time: 2 p.m. (Rain or Shine)
Rugby Match at 2 p.m.
Opening Ceremony 3 p.m.
Men’s Hurling at 3:30 p.m.
After Party 4:30 p.m.
P.O. Box 953, South Orange, NJ
Join us for a fun and informative educational lecture presented by Geri Miller, Master Gardener and owner of Home Grown Edible Landscapes, with special guest Dan Richer, James Beard Foundation nominated Chef and owner of Arturo's Osteria and Pizzeria.
Attendees will also enjoy:
Click on the "Buy Tickets" link below to register for this event, to be held at a historic Montrose Park residence (address given at registration confirmation). Space is limited, so don't delay! Registration Deadline is June 1st.
17 Parker Ave, Maplewood, NJ
A mother and daughter will recount their perspectives of an abusive dating relationship in “Dating Abuse: It Could Happen to MY Child” a special program planned by Columbia High School’s Teen Dating Abuse Club and the NCJW Center for Women. Parents and their children are invited to attend the program May 25 at 7:30 p.m. at the Columbia HS Auditorium, 17 Parker Ave., Maplewood. For information, visit dgbeni@Verizon.net.
Anything goes at this open mic. For May we are offering an Open Mic contest. At the end of the month the winners will be invited to a play off for the final winner. The final winner will be booked for a show at Hat City Kitchen.
Hank’s Yanks are a community youth baseball team sponsored by New York Yankees General Partner/ Co-Chairperson Hank Steinbrenner. The team consists of many talented youths who, for a number of reasons, were never given an opportunity to flourish. Their fieldwork turned out to be astounding. Hank’s Yanks went on to win the championship at Yaphank, LI’s “Baseball Heaven” and capture the first annual “Boss’ Cup” at Yankee Stadium. One player has already been signed to pitch for the Yankees; three more are to be drafted into the major leagues come June.
"Hank’s Yanks is a great program for underprivileged youth,” said Bears General Manager and former Yankees pitcher Mike Torrez. “With some major league talent coming out of the team, I’m sure they will put up a good fight.”
Even though the Yankees will play the New York Mets that day in the interleague Subway Series, Mr. Steinbrenner will be at Bears and Eagles Riverfront Stadium rooting for his youth team. Also on hand will be former Yankee players.
Bears manager and former Yankees left-fielder Tim “The Rock” Raines is most excited to take part in this special charity event. “It was an honor to play for Mr. Steinbrenner and the vision he represented,” Raines said. “I am proud to be involved in any philanthropy effort that bares the Steinbrenner name. Hank’s genuine dedication to his youth team speaks volumes of his generosity.”
"Some of my fondest memories come from wearing that Yankee uniform and playing for Mr. Steinbrenner,” said Bears pitching coach and former Yankees catcher Jim Leyritz. “I look forward to partnering with his youth team and doing my part for the Newark community."
Tickets for the charity game are $10, and can be purchased at the Bears and Eagles Riverfront Stadium box office. Portions of the proceeds will go towards pancreatic cancer research and New Jersey youth programs.