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- 01/31/12--13:29: _The Community Build...
- 01/31/12--13:51: _Joseph and the Amaz...
- 01/31/12--16:59: _Dog Adoption Event ...
- 01/31/12--19:39: _Meet “President Lin...
- 02/01/12--05:21: _Catholic Men's Conf...
- 02/01/12--10:46: _The Valerie Fund Wa...
- 02/01/12--11:33: _Jewelry Making with...
- 02/01/12--17:59: _Irish Holidays and ...
- 02/02/12--08:42: _Town Hall Meeting w...
- 02/02/12--08:49: _CHS for a Day
- 02/02/12--12:19: _Meet Harlan Coben a...
- 02/02/12--13:19: _Free Property Asses...
- 02/02/12--13:27: _First Mothers: The...
- 02/02/12--13:43: _Maplewood/South Ora...
- 02/03/12--05:31: _Highlights from the...
- 02/03/12--05:38: _Livingston Camera C...
- 02/03/12--10:59: _SWEET DREAMS: Valen...
- 01/31/12--09:33: College for a Day
- 01/31/12--09:41: Eva Samo Lectures: The Global Economy
- 01/31/12--13:29: The Community Building Project Exhibit
- 01/31/12--13:51: Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at MMS
- 01/31/12--16:59: Dog Adoption Event - Home for Good Dog Rescue
- 02/01/12--05:21: Catholic Men's Conference
- 02/01/12--10:46: The Valerie Fund Walk and JAG Physical Therapy 5k Run
- 02/01/12--11:33: Jewelry Making with Natural Materials
- 02/01/12--17:59: Irish Holidays and Holy Days and How They Got That Way
- 02/02/12--08:42: Town Hall Meeting with Dr. Osborne
- 02/02/12--08:49: CHS for a Day
- 02/02/12--12:19: Meet Harlan Coben at [words]!
- 02/02/12--13:19: Free Property Assessment-Tax Appeal Forum
- 02/02/12--13:27: First Mothers: The Women Who Raised America’s Presidents
- 02/02/12--13:43: Maplewood/South Orange Professionals In Transition
- 02/03/12--05:31: Highlights from the 34th Annual San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium
- 02/03/12--05:38: Livingston Camera Club Open Competition
- 02/03/12--10:59: SWEET DREAMS: Valentine's Day Dessert Cabaret
103 Baker St, Maplewood, NJ
Time: 7:00 pm–9:00 pm
Join Rita Dadaian of Cakes Coutour on Friday Feb 10th for a Valentines Cake Decorating Class. Make your own Gilded Chocolate Roses for Valentine's Day.
This will be a fun evening, bring a friend and join us. Make a rose for the special person in your life.
Cost $30 plus $15 for supplies
17 Parker Ave, Maplewood, NJ
Time: 9:30 am–3:15 pm
Learn something new at College for a Day! Join us for a day of stimulating and challenging college classes with provocative and award-winning teachers. This is college without the stress and the tests. Buffet lunch included with all-day registration.
9:30-10 a.m. CHECK IN AND COFFEE
10-11 a.m. PSYCHOLOGY: THE CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES OF SOUL BELIEFS
DR. DANIEL OGILVIE is professor of Psychology at Rutgers University and has been with the university for 41 years. He has become interested in questions regarding the soul - whether it is what separates us from other species or is manufactured by humans.
11:15 a.m.-12:15 p.m. ENGLISH: SUSAN GLASPELL: PIONEER TO PLAYWRIGHT
DR. MARTHA CARPENTIER has been teaching at Seton Hall University since 1989. The recent focus of her research has been Susan Glaspell whose eleven plays and co-creation of the Provincetown Players were crucial to the origins of American drama. /p>
12:15-1 p.m. LUNCH
1-2 p.m. POLITICAL SCIENCE: IDEOLOGY THEORY AND POLITICS
DR. ROBERT M. PALLITTO is an associate professor of political science at Seton Hall University. His research focuses on contemporary political theory and constitutional law. He is a published author and his most recent book, Torture and State Violence in the US: A Documentary History, was published in 2011 by Johns Hopkins University Press.
2:15-3:15 p.m. ARCHEOLOGY: WHAT'S NEW IN EGYPT'S PAST
DR. JONATHAN GOLDEN teaches in the Department of Religious Studies, the Caspersen School of Graduate Studies and the Theology School at Drew University, specializing in the areas of Religion, Anthropology and the Middle East-ancient and modern. He is an expert of Egyptian Archeology and particularly such colorful characters as Rameses the Great, Akhenaten, the Heretic King, and Tutankhamen.
Half day sessions are also available.
17 Parker Ave, Maplewood, NJ
Time: 7:30 pm
This spring’s topic for the Eva Samo Lecture Series is The Global Economy, and our lecturers will discuss the global political economy, how technology is shaping global markets, the Euro Zone and international trade. A new lecture will be conducted each week - register for individual lectures, or all four.
April 9th: THE NEW GLOBAL POLITICAL ECONOMY - THE WEST VS THE REST
April 16th: HOW TECHNOLOGY IS SHAPING ECONOMIC MARKETS
April 23rd: THE EURO ZONE
April 30th: INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND THE U.S. ECONOMY-OR, ARE ALL THE GOOD JOBS REALLY BEING OUTSOURCED?
5 Mead St, South Orange, NJ
Time: 12:00 pm–4:00 pm
The Community Building Project was an architecture class that was offered to the SOMa district elementary students last autumn. The response to the class was overwhelming and the results were a huge success! The students made an incredible effort and produced great work.
Students in grades 3-5 who participated in the after-school enrichment class were introduced to urban planning, scale, and building types. Each school was given a portion of a map (of Maplewood and South Orange) to develop into their own "town". Students at each school collaborated to plan zones for their towns. Then, each student designed and constructed their own building from reused chipboard boxes. Taught by parent architects and designers, the program was a collaborative effort and was conceived to unify the students within the district's elementary schools. An exhibit with all five schools' towns will be presented together for one day.
The Community Building Project invites you to join us at the exhibit. Sunday, February 5th from noon to 4:00 p.m. at the Baird, 5 Mead Street in South Orange.
The Architects and Designers are:
Jung Lee Masters, Clinton
Paul Westhelle, Jefferson
Devyani Guha, Seth Boyden
Maia Gilman, South Mountain
Cami Zelevansky and Monika Parkitna, Tuscan
7 Burnett St, Maplewood, NJ
Maplewood Middle School will present Joesph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat in the school auditorium on Friday, February 10th and Saturday, February 11th at 7:30 p.m., and on Sunday, February 12th at 2 p.m.
Tickets can be purchased online at MMS HSA website:
www.mmshsa.org or at the door on the day of performance.
All pre-purchased tickets can be picked up at “Will Call’’ on the day of performance.
For questions, email Marc Gold at email@example.com
Time: 11:00 am–3:00 pm
Dog Adoption Event, Saturday, February 4, from 11 am-3 pm, at Pet Supply Plus, 410 Springfield Ave., Berkeley Heights, NJ, Sponsored by Home for Good Dog Rescue.
For more information on the adoption process and the dogs available for adoption, please visit our website at www.homeforgooddogs.org. If you are considering adopting, please pre-apply on-line before the event. There is an adoption fee upon approval.
Home for Good is a volunteer-based, 501(c)(3) non-profit animal rescue. Our mission is to rescue, nurture and adopt dogs of all breeds into loving homes for good. We are a network of foster homes committed to the well-being of adoptable pets. Home for Good rescues dogs from local shelters as well as high-kill shelters. We strive to give the dogs another chance at life.
45 Macculloch Ave, Morristown, NJ
Time: 1:00 pm–4:00 pm
On Sunday February 12th celebrate Lincoln’s birthday by visiting Macculloch Hall Historical Museum to meet “President Lincoln,” portrayed by Civil War reenactor Bob Costello. Mr. Costello has a unique way of making you feel that you are actually in the presence of the 16th U.S. President! “President Lincoln” will be available between 1pm and 4pm to meet museum guests, answer questions and even have his picture taken with visitors to the “Gone for a Soldier:” Jerseymen in the Civil War exhibit. Macculloch Hall Historical Museum in collaboration with the New Jersey Civil War Sesquicentennial Committee (NJCW150) presents this major exhibit which commemorates the participation and heroism of Jerseymen in a major turning point in U.S. history. Until now, many of the stories of the major contributions of Jerseymen to the Civil War effort have remained untold. “Gone for a Soldier:” Jerseymen in the Civil War makes a major contribution toward telling these stories. The exhibit brings together for the first time nearly two hundred objects from the Civil War from over thirty museums, historical societies, and private collections.
Macculloch Hall Historical Museum has its own connections to Civil War history. Lindley Hoffman Miller, son of U.S. Senator Jacob Miller and grandson of George and Louisa Macculloch, led the First Regiment of Arkansas Volunteers of African Descent. Commissioned as a captain in 1863, Miller shared his war experience through letters to his family, which are on special display at the museum this February.
The museum also holds the largest single collection of Thomas Nast original works in the United States. Among this collection are many of Nast’s drawings of Civil War subjects such as A Gallant Color-Bearer (Harper’s Weekly, September 20, 1862) and The Drummer Boy of Our Regiment in Action (Harper’s Weekly, December 19, 1863), which were generally thought to influence the course of the war.
A Civil War Lecture Series in conjunction with the exhibit will be held monthly starting on February 22nd at 7pm when Joe Bilby will present “Freedom to All,” NJ Black Troops in the Civil War. Full details about the lectures, other book signings, and family-friendly events can be viewed on the museum’s website and Facebook events page.
The New Jersey Sesquicentennial Committee, commemorating the 150th anniversary of the American Civil War, a volunteer organization working for increased awareness and recognition of New Jersey’s important role in the Civil war, has been recognized by the New Jersey Governor and both houses of the New Jersey legislature.
Macculloch Hall Historical Museum preserves the history of the Macculloch-Miller families, the Morris area community, and the legacy of its founder W. Parsons Todd through its historic site, collections, exhibits, and educational and cultural programs. The Museum is open to tour the house and view exhibits on Wednesdays, Thursdays & Sundays from 1 to 4 p.m. General Admission: Adults $8; Seniors & Students $6; Children 6 – 12 $4. Members and children under 5 are free. The last tickets for admission are sold at 3 p.m. School tours, adult/senior tours and rentals may be scheduled by appointment. For information, call the Museum weekdays at (973) 538-2404 ext. 10, visit our website www.maccullochhall.org or find us on Facebook. Macculloch Hall Historical Museum, 45 Macculloch Ave., Morristown, NJ 07960. Macculloch Hall Historical Museum is a nonprofit educational affiliate of the W. Parsons Todd Foundation.
400 S Orange Ave, South Orange, NJ
Time: 8:00 am–4:00 pm
8 a.m.: Registration/Breakfast/Confessions/Fellowship
9:15 a.m.: Music
9:30 a.m.: First Talk & Testimonial
10:15 a.m. Confessions/Fellowship/Music/Exhibitors
10:35 a.m. Second Talk
11:30 a.m. Lunch/Fellowship/Exhibitors
12:30 p.m. Confessions
1 p.m. Adoration - Fr. Mariusz Koch, CFR
2 p.m. Keynote Speaker
3 p.m. Mass with Archbishop John J. Myers
Continental breakfast and lunch included
Register online at www.rcan.org/menscommission or call us at 973-497-4545
Bloomfield Ave & Lakeside Ave, Verona, NJ
Time: 7:00 am–12:00 pm
On Saturday, June 9, 2012, The Valerie Fund will host The Valerie Fund Walk and JAG Physical Therapy 5K Run. This year's goal is to raise 1 million dollars. Proceeds from the walk will support comprehensive healthcare services for children with cancer and blood disorders.
About the Valerie Fund:
The Valerie Fund's mission is to provide support for the comprehensive health care of children with cancer and blood disorders.
Families turn to The Valerie Fund because of the unique combination of medical care, counseling, and other services it provides. The Valerie Fund Children's Centers comprise the largest network of healthcare facilities for children with cancer and blood disorders in New Jersey, and one of the largest in the nation. We host over 25,000 patient visits each year
324 Forest Dr S, Short Hills, NJ
Time: 3:15 pm–4:30 pm
Back by popular demand, jewelry artist Maya Bloom will be at the Arboretum to show you how to make jewelry. She will have the group use natural seeds and recycled material from around the world to create original pieces that you will take home. Ms. Bloom will provide all the material. A great class to make winter holiday and Valentine gifts for friends and family!
Maya will provide all the materials needed and give instruction on how to make beautiful items that you will be able to take home that day.
Time: 7:00 pm–8:30 pm
Come to this first event in the Spring 2012 installment of the Irish Studies Discussion Series! Greg Tobin, M.A., Interim Vice President of University Advancement and author of Holy Holidays: The Catholic Origins of Celebration, will tell us about the Irish and Cathol...ic roots of our festivities.
Tobin is the author of several books on Catholicism. He was the editor of the Catholic Advocate and during the 2005 papal election process, he appeared in various news media as an expert commentator.
Time: 7:30 pm
Dr. Brian Osborne, Superintendent of Schools, will briefly discuss his vision for South Orange and Maplewood elementary schools. He will then answer any questions you may have in a Town Hall Meeting format.
The public is invited and encouraged to attend.
17 Parker Ave, Maplewood, NJ
Time: 9:00 am–3:00 pm
Why should teenagers have all the fun? Register for classes, taught by Columbia High School teachers, and attend high school again for a day!
Take up to 4 classes - many subject areas
$10 per class, $8 for lunch or 4 classes and lunch for $40
Proceeds go to Achieve’s Take a Seat fund to restore the CHS auditorium.
Visit achievefoundation.org for course list and further information, or call 973-275-6319
Time: 12:30 pm–2:00 pm
This March, meet bestselling author Harlan Coben at [words] and hear him discuss his latest novel, Stay Close, just two days after its release. Coben will follow in the footsteps of his last four books–all #1 New York Times bestsellers–delivering a new page-turning thriller that cements his status of master of domestic suspense. Don’t miss this thrilling event!
65 Scotland Rd, South Orange, NJ
Time: 7:00 pm–8:45 pm
The deadline to file a property tax appeal is April 1st.
The panel includes Ellen Malgieri, South Orange tax assessor, Virginia Puder, Esq tax attorney, and Chris Healy, certified appraiser, moderator Susan Falk,Realtor Associate. The seminar is sponsored by Prudential New Jersey Properties as a community service. Seating and packets by reservation. Please call 908-273-0400 ext 262 or email h.baratta@PrudentialNewJersey.com Topics will include:
Why did South Orange have a reassessment and what should it accomplish?
What is the difference between property assessments and market value?
How can you determine whether to file a tax appeal?
What is the process to file a tax appeal?
How can you avoid common pitfalls that may lead to a dismissal of your case?
10 Robert H Harp Dr, Livingston, NJ
Time: 7:30 pm
A new play by L.E. McCullough suggests that the man in the White House gets there because of his mom.
The stories of 14 of these remarkable women are told in First Mothers: The Women Who Raised America’s Presidents produced by Pages of History, Inc. ,directed by Deb Guston, and stars veteran New York actresses Wynne Anders, Lisa Bansavage, Laura Bosley and Vivian Meisner.
The play will be performed Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2012 at 7:30 p.m. at Livingston Public Library, 10 Robert Harp Drive Livingston, NJ. Admission is free.
Time: 10:00 am–12:00 pm
Five Keys to a Successful Interview
Diana Gáler, Ph.D., ACC
Monday February 6, 10 am – 12 noon
Maplewood/South Orange Professionals In Transition
Maplewood Public Library, 51 Baker St. ~ Maplewood, NJ 07040
In this workshop Dr. Diana Gáler will share her tips for gaining the confidence and assurance necessary for a successful interview.
A successful interview requires three things, Preparation, Preparation and Preparation. However, many job seekers do not prepare in a way that helps them showcase their talents, skills and prior experience to be most attractive to employers. In this workshop you will learn how to feel more comfortable and confident whether the interview is on the phone or in-person. Also, you will learn how to create and practice your responses in a way that answers the employers’ questions effectively and helps you stay on message. And you will also craft the questions that will help you determine if the employer provides an environment where you can succeed. You will be prepared for the dreaded “Do you have any questions?”
Dr. Diana Gáler helps mid-career professionals find their groove again. She has been coaching scientists and managers, mainly from the pharmaceutical industry like herself, who are contemplating or in the midst of major career transitions. Clients and participants in her six-part workshop, Career Happiness, say that her help was invaluable in their career transformations plans and that they could not have done it otherwise.
In addition to her coaching practice, Dr. Gáler is a volunteer with the Metro Chapter of the Healthcare Business Women’s Association (HBA) where she has been a mentor and executive coach since 2011.
Dr. Gáler is a scientist by education and experience and a coach by vocation. She founded Gáler Coaching for Excellence in 2009. Originally from Argentina, she is fluent in Spanish and is available to coach in both English and Spanish. She has been a resident of Maplewood since February 2011 and is excited to be able to offer this free workshop to the Professionals in Transition Group.
For information on her Career Transformation newsletter, coaching practice or an upcoming Career Happiness workshop series, please contact Gáler Coaching for Excellence at firstname.lastname@example.org
94 Old Short Hills Rd, Livingston, NJ
Time: 6:00 pm–9:00 pm
A free symposium will be held at Saint Barnabas Medical Center titled "Highlights from the 34th Annual San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium". Featured will be Richard Michaelson, MD, Chief Medical Director, The Cancer Center of Saint Barnabas and Jennifer Wagmiller, MD, Medical Oncologist, The Cancer Center of Saint Barnabas.
Please park in the main visitors' lot; free parking passes will be provided. Light dinner will be provided.
To register, please call The Cancer Program Registration Line at 973.322.2671. Please leave your name, your guest's name and your phone number. By calling this number consider yourself registered. Confirmation calls will not be provided.
For questions about this program please call 973.322.2668
204 Hillside Ave, Livingston, NJ
Time: 7:30 pm
On Wednesday, February 15, at 7:30 pm, the Livingston Camera Club will hold its fifth competition at the Senior/Community Center at 204 Hillside Avenue. Enter on the left side of the building, lower level. This is an open competition, meaning that the subject matter is not restricted to a theme.
The judge for this competition is Dave DesRochers who is primarily a nature photographer. He is president of the Camera Naturalist Photo Club. He has been teaching a series of photo workshops for the New Jersey Audubon Society.
Guests are always welcomed at any meeting of the Livingston Camera Club. Learn more about the club at its website, www.livingstoncameraclub.org. You will find a full description of activities and directions to the meeting place as well as a membership application/schedule, competition flyer and very helpful Photoshop tutorials by Bart Zoni. You will also be able to view several slide shows by individual members.
5 Mead St, South Orange, NJ
Time: 8:00 pm–10:00 pm
Dreamcatcher Rep presents
SWEET DREAMS: Valentine's Day Dessert Cabaret
February 4, 2012 - Saturday at 8pm at the Baird in South Orange
Celebrate the romantic fun of Valentine's Day with the Dreamcatcher ensemble at the dessert cabaret SWEET DREAMS, featuring songs sung by company members and their guests. Throughout the evening feast on a sumptuous dessert buffet!
Tickets: $30 in advance, $35 at the door. Tickets, cast & info at http://dreamcatcherrep.org/
Location: Dreamcatcher Rep at the Baird, 5 Mead Street, South Orange, NJ 07079