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- 07/10/12--10:29: _Essex County Senior...
- 07/10/12--10:36: _Fusion Soccer Skill...
- 07/10/12--11:16: _Latino Heritage Per...
- 07/10/12--19:44: _Rent Party
- 07/11/12--04:27: _Turnover Sale at Mo...
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- 07/04/12--09:26: Huge Girl Scout Yard Sale!!
- 07/05/12--11:43: Stand-Up Comedy Night at Luna Stage
- 07/05/12--12:28: McLynn's Restaurant hosting MatchJake Fundraiser
- 07/06/12--09:04: Midsummer Breakout! Family Fun Event at Luna Stage
- 07/07/12--06:55: Newstead 5K
- 07/07/12--16:59: THE SOUTH ORANGE INTERNATIONAL BLUES FESTIVAL
- 07/08/12--08:15: Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Day with Somerset Patriots
- 07/08/12--11:12: Shakespeare in the Garden
- 07/09/12--08:36: Berkeley Tennis Club Garage Sale
- 07/10/12--10:29: Essex County Seniors Farmers Market
- 07/10/12--10:36: Fusion Soccer Skills Clinic
- 07/10/12--11:16: Latino Heritage Performance
- 07/10/12--19:44: Rent Party
- 07/11/12--04:27: Turnover Sale at Morrow Church
- 07/11/12--08:39: Symposium-Art in Depth: The Life and Work of Romare Bearden
- 07/11/12--09:31: Multi-Family Yard Sale!
- 07/11/12--17:32: Piano Man Larry Hunt to accompany films
- 07/12/12--04:19: Adult Night at the South Orange Pool
- 07/12/12--11:06: Morning Huddle with V. Woods
Time: 9:00 am–12:00 pm
Huge Yard Sale
July 7th and 8th, 9 AM -12 Noon
Girl Scout Troop 20489 (Girls from MMS and SOMS) is holding a multi-family yard sale to raise funds for a fall trip to Rocking Horse Ranch.
All sorts of great finds, from toys, to books, to clothes, to knick-knacks and more!
12 Crowell Place, Maplewood
Time: 8:00 pm
Have you had a good laugh lately? Please join us on Thursday, July 12th at 8pm for the next Stand-Up Comedy Night at Luna Stage! Hosted by Michael Che (Caroline's on Broadway), named one of Comedy Central's "Comics to Watch", Luna Stage’s Stand-Up Comedy series features comedy from the tri-state area’s up and coming comics seen on MTV, NBC, Comedy Central, and comedy clubs across the country. Bring some friends or make it a date night, but leave the little ones at home - this is an evening of humorous fun for the mature audience.
Time: 11:00 am–1:30 am
On February 17, 5-year-old Jake was diagnosed with Severe Aplastic Anemia, a disease in which his bone marrow stopped producing blood and platelets. He needs a marrow transplant to live a long & healthy life.
Jake's father, Bob Larkin, was a local boy who grew up in South Orange, along with his 3 siblings.
On Sunday, July 8th McLynn's Restaurant in Springfield will generously donate 20% of your lunch/dinner food tab, eat-in or take out, to Be The Match in Jake's name. Come join us at McLynn's on Sunday.
Donations go to pay for the cost of processing cheek swab kits to find Jake's match.
Stop by for lunch, dinner or a late night snack ~ 11:00am - 1:30am closing.
McLynn's Restaurant: http://mclynns.com/
HomeTowne Television News report on Jake: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mMO7LHBDuH8&feature=youtu.be
Good Morning America segment on Jake: http://abcnews.go.com/GMA/video/bone-marrow-donor-16651020
Time: 7:30 pm
LUNA STAGE WILL HOST MIDSUMMER BREAKOUT!, A FAMILY FUN EVENT TO BENEFIT LUNA STAGE’S 2012-13 SEASON.
Press contact: Sahoua Gboizo, 973.395.5551, firstname.lastname@example.org
West Orange, NJ: Luna Stage will hold a benefit event on July 14, 2012 at 7:30 pm, featuring the ensemble from their bilingual holiday show Mi Casa, Tu Casa that will have the whole family feeling the spirit of summer. Patrons of all ages are invited to come and take part in this multicultural, bilingual (English and Spanish) celebration of language, song, and family.
All contributions will be accepted in support of Luna’s 2012-13 season which will include Vita and Virginia by Eileen Atkins, Carnaval by Nikkole Salter, A Moon for the Misbegotten by Eugene O’Neill, and back by popular demand, Mi Casa, Tu Casa created by Michael Aquino, Deivis Garcia and Dania Ramos. Mi Casa premiered last season at Luna Stage to many accolades, prompting its return this year for an encore run that will open on November 30.
The Mi Casa, Tu Casa ensemble includes The Casa Band (Michael Aquino, Chris Blanco, Deivis Garcia, Jane Keitel, Cindi Merklee), and a pair of host storytellers (Ernio Hernandez and Paula Moscoso). The event on July 14th will be hosted by the two main storytellers and will feature songs from the show, as well as an exciting new folktale and other fun new tunes performed by The Casa Band. Audience participation is encouraged, making for a one-of-a-kind interactive experience.
Under the guidance of Luna Stage Artistic Director Jane Mandel, Mi Casa, Tu Casa was co-created specifically for Luna Stage as a holiday production by longtime Luna collaborators Michael Aquino and Deivis Garcia—both local musicians—and playwright Dania Ramos. The result was what the West Orange Patch called a “joyous, often hilarious, and sometimes poignant fiesta of a music-drenched show”, and “a colorfully wrapped gift filled with many wondrous surprises” (Carol Selman).
Michael Aquino is an actor, musician and singer-songwriter. He received a degree in theater from Montclair State University and has worked as an actor in regional theaters such as George Street Playhouse, The American Globe and Playwrights Theater of New Jersey. At Luna Stage, he was in the cast of the professional premiere of Sheldon Harnick’s musical Dragons, as well as Ghosts. In 2005 and 2006, he also served as the Summer Camp Director for Luna. In 2008, Michael created Indie Music Circus, a showcase for independent musicians in residence at Luna Stage. Michael has written over 50 original songs on guitar. He also created and facilitated 14 Songs in 14 Days, an intensive online songwriting workshop. 2010 saw the release of his band Sirs’ debut album, The Black Friday Sessions. He’s currently in pre-production for his debut solo album. For updates about Michael, visit something-artsy.com.
Deivis Garcia is a singer/songwriter, and collaborator, who specializes in a unique brand of music he calls “Spanglish Guajirobilly.” His sound, be it alternately in English or Spanish (or both), is an ambitious blend of the rural folkloric styles of Pan-Latin America – ranging from Mexico to Cuba to Puerto Rico to Colombia and Bolivia – along with his own original tunes as influenced by American Roots music, Southern Blues, Doo Wop music, Rockabilly and Outlaw Country music. Deivis has had cartoons published in Raygun Publishing’s Bikini Magazine and in the printed edition of Jersey Tomato Press, a short story published in Dirt Press: Volume One. His story “Word Is Bond” was shortlisted for the 2009 Raymond Carver Short Story Contest. He is also a muralist and painter, and co-founded the annual Boro 6 Indie Music fest in Montclair.
Dania Ramos’ writing has been featured in the Rose City Project: Literary Showcase at Playwrights Theatre of New Jersey, Luna Stage’s On the Road educational theater series, and the Playwrights Summer Institute at New Jersey City University. She’s a current participant in the NJ Emerging Women Playwrights Project at Playwrights Theatre of New Jersey. Dania is the creator of the Literary Lounge reading series, in residence at Luna Stage, which has featured over forty local and regional writers of fiction, poetry and creative non-fiction. She received a 2003 New Jersey State Council on the Arts Playwriting Fellowship and a 2011 Norman Mailer Center Young Adult Fiction Workshop Scholarship. Dania is a member of the Dramatists Guild of America and the Society of Children’s Book Writers & Illustrators. She holds an MA in Creative Writing from Wilkes University and a BFA in Theatre Performance from Montclair State University.
Luna Stage welcomes corporate sponsorship for the 2012 performances of Mi Casa, Tu Casa. For information on Mi Casa, Tu Casa and all other events and programs at Luna Stage, visit the company website: www.lunastage.org. Luna Stage is located at 555 Valley Road, West Orange, NJ 07052. 973-395-5551. The theatre is handicapped accessible and assisted listening devices are available.
Time: 7:30 pm
LUNA STAGE SERÁ LA SEDE DE MIDSUMMER BREAKOUT!, UNA FIESTA PARA TODA LA FAMILIA A BENEFICIO DE LA 2012-2013 TEMPORADA DE LUNA STAGE.
Contacto de prensa: Sahoua Gboizo, 973.395.5551, email@example.com
West Orange, NJ: Luna Stage, junto con el reparto de su bilingüe espectáculo de las Navidades Mi Casa, Tu Casa, van a ofrecer una fiesta benéfica para toda la familia el 14 de julio a las 7:30 pm, que evocará el espíritu del verano. Se invita todo el mundo venir y tomar parte en esta multicultural y bilingüe (ingles y español) celebración del lenguaje, el canto, y la familia.
Todas las contribuciones van a apoyar la 2012-2013 temporada de Luna Stage, que incluirá Vita and Virginia por Eileen Atkins, Carnaval por Nikkole Salter, A Moon for the Misbegotten por Eugene O’Neill, y de regreso a pedido del público, Mi casa, tu casa, creado por Michael Aquino, Deivis Garcia, y Dania Ramos. Mi casa se estrenó el año pasado en Luna Stage de muchos elogios, lo que provocó su regreso este año por otra temporada, lo que empezará el 30 de noviembre.
El reparto de Mi Casa, Tu Casa incluye la Banda de La Casa (Michael Aquino, Chris Blanco, Deivis Garcia, Jane Keitel, Cindi Merklee), y un par de narradores (Ernio Hernandez y Paula Moscoso). El evento del 24 de julio será presentado por los dos narradores principales, y va a incluir canciones del espectáculo además de una nueva leyenda divertida y otras melodías nuevas tocadas por La Casa Banda. Este espectáculo se anima mucho la participación de la audiencia, lo que crea una especial experiencia interactiva.
Bajo la dirección de Luna Stage Directora Artística Jane Mandel, Mi Casa, Tu Casa fue escrito específicamente para Luna Stage por Michael Aquino y Deivis Garcia—ambos son músicos locales—y dramaturga Dania Ramos. El resulto fue lo que el West Orange Patch llama un “joyous, often hilarious, and sometimes poignant fiesta of a music-drenched show”, and “a colorfully wrapped gift filled with many wondrous surprises” (Carol Selman).
Michael Aquino es un actor, músico, y cantautor que recibió su título en teatro de Montclair State University. Ha trabajado como actor en teatros regionales como George Street Playhouse, The American Globe, y Playwrights Theater of New Jersey. En Luna Stage, fue parte del reparto de los estrenos profesionales de los musicales Dragons por Sheldon Harnick, y Ghosts. En 2005 y 2006, también sirvió como el Director del Campamento de Verano para Luna Stage. En 2008, creó Indie Music Circus, que es una exposición para músicos independientes quienes son en residencia en Luna Stage. Michael ha escrito más de 50 canciones originales para la guitarra. También creó y facilitó 14 Songs in 14 Days, que es un intensivo cursillo en línea para compositores. El primer álbum de música The Black Friday Sessions de su banda Sirs hizo su debut en 2010, y él ahora está en pre-producción para el debut de su álbum solista. Para más información sobre Michael, visite:
Deivis Garcia es un cantante/cantautor y colaborador quien se especializa en un género de música único que él llama “Spanglish Guajirobilly.” Su sonido, que alterna entre ingles y español, es una mezcla ambiciosa de los estilos folklóricos de America Pan-Latino—incluyendo México, Cuba, Puerto Rico, Colombia, y Bolivia—junto con sus propias melodías originales influidas por la música de raíces americanos, los blues del sur, doo wop, rockabilly, y música country. Tiras cómicas de Deivis han sido publicado en Bikini Magazine de Raygun Publishing y también en la edición impresa de Jersey Tomato Press, y un relato corto suyo fue publicado Dirt Press: Volume One. Su cuento “Word is Bond” fue preseleccionado para el 2009 Raymond Carver Concurso de Relatos Cortos. Además, él es un pintor y muralista, y co-fundó el Boro 6 Indie Música festival anual en Montclair.
La escritura de Dania Ramos ha sido destacado en el Rose City Projectl: Literary Showcase en Playwrights Theatre de New Jersey, la serie educativa de teatro On the Road de Luna Stage, y el Playwrights Summer Institute de New Jersey City University. Dania es la creadora de la serie de lectura Literary Lounge en residencia en Luna Stage, que ha incluido más de 40 escritores (locales y regionales) de ficción, poesía, y no ficción creativo. Ella recibió una beca de investigación para dramaturgia del 2003 New Jersey State Council on the Arts y una beca del 2011 Norman Mailer Center Young Adult Fiction Workshop. Dania es una miembro del Dramatists Guild de America y la Society of Children’s Book Writers & Illustrators. Tiene una maestría en Creación Literaria de Wilkes University y un título en Actuación Teatral de Montclair State University.
Luna Stage acoge patrocinio empresarial para los 2012 actuaciones de Mi Casa, Tu Casa. Para más información sobre Mi Casa, Tu Casa y otros eventos y programas en Luna Stage, visite: www.lunastage.org. Luna Stage se localiza en 555 Valley Road, West Orange, NJ 07052. 973-395-5551. El teatro es accesible para minusválidos y dispositivos de escuchar asistida disponibles.
Time: 9:00 am–11:00 am
Newstead 5K Celebrates It's 10-Year Anniversary
The Newstead 5K benefitting The Achieve Foundation of South Orange & Maplewood (www.achievefoundation.org) takes place on Saturday, September 22, 2012.
The Achieve Foundation raises funds to promote exemplary public education for all students and educators in the South Orange & Maplewood schools.
5K starts at 9 AM
2-mile walk starts at 9AM
Kid's fun run starts at approximately 10 AM
For more information or to register online, visit the website at www.newstead5k.com
112 Glenview Rd, South Orange, NJ
Time: 11:00 am–8:00 pm
SOIBF 2012 VENDORS:
Hello! It's Bluesfest time again!!:
Joseph DiVincenzo, the County of Essex and The Board of Chosen Freeholders hosts:
... Mike Griot's 3rd annual ...
SOUTH ORANGE INT'L BLUES FESTIVAL
at CHERRY LANE/SOUTH MOUNTAIN RESERVATION
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 9th, 2012
Essex County is a broadly diverse and culturally vibrant community, which is what makes this area so attractive. As part of our ongoing efforts to spotlight different segments of our community, the County of Essex has partnered with the South Orange International Blues Festival to stage their day-long event on Sunday, September 9th, 2012. This is an extraordinary undertaking, but with your support we can promote blues music, Essex County and your organization!
Do you want to be a VENDOR at this year's SOUTH ORANGE INT'L BLUES FESTIVAL??
Hurry...Space is limited!! (Returning vendors should confirm immediately)
To participate, CLICK HERE:
Time: 5:00 pm–8:00 pm
The Northern New Jersey Affiliate of the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network will host an Awareness Night with the Somerset Patriots as they take on the Camden Riversharks to raise awareness and funds for pancreatic cancer research. The awareness event will take place on July 15, 2012 at TD Bank Ballpark at 5:05 p.m. Tickets are $10 each and are available for purchase online at www.pancan.org/newjersey. A portion
of each ticket sold will benefit the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network.
“We are thrilled to continue this relationship with the
Somerset Patriots for the third year in a row,” said Northern New Jersey Co-Affiliate Coordinator Nicole Trella, who lost her mother-in-law to the disease. “So much needs to be done to improve the staggering statistics associated with pancreatic cancer. Events like this are one step in creating hope that one day this disease will be a thing of the past.”
There will be an information table at the event that fans
will be able to visit to learn more about the disease and find out how they can join the fight against pancreatic cancer. Fans and supporters attending the game are encouraged to wear purple, the symbol of hope and awareness for pancreatic cancer.
Pancreatic cancer is the fourth leading cause of cancer death in the United States and has the lowest relative survival rate among leading cancer killers. This devastating disease has claimed the lives of many public figures, including Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, actor Patrick Swayze, Nobel Prize winner Dr. Ralph Steinman, Carnegie Mellon University Professor Dr. Randy Pausch, actor Michael Landon, and opera tenor Luciano Pavarotti.
This year nearly 44,000 Americans will be diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and more than 37,000 will die from the disease. The five year relative survival rate is just six percent and has remained largely unchanged in the last forty years because early detection tools and effective treatments have yet to be developed. Despite these sobering statistics, approximately two percent of the
National Cancer Institute’s federal research funding is allocated to pancreatic cancer.
To learn more about the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network and the Northern New Jersey Affiliate visit www.pancan.org/newjersey.
Time: 4:00 pm–6:00 pm
At 4pm on Sunday August 5th 2012 Macculloch Hall Historical Museum will present The Winter’s Tale performed by The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey’s Next Stage Ensemble summer touring program.
The first of Shakespeare's great mystical and mythical romances, The Winter'...s Tale transports audiences through a fanciful and sometimes dark 16-year journey. From the seeds of unfounded jealousy, two kingdoms become entangled in a web of paranoia, insinuation, and mistrust. Can a lost princess unwittingly be the key to healing the two realms? From the dramatic accusations in the high court of Sicilia, to the raucous and jovial Bohemian sheep-sheering festival, to the revelatory final scene, The Winter's Tale celebrates the triumph of love, nobility, and all things good, and ends with a promise of rejuvenation, redemption and hope.
One of several outreach programs offered by The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, the Next Stage Ensemble brings the thrill of a live performance to audiences of all ages throughout New Jersey each summer, while enabling young performers to gain valuable experience in classical theatre and ensemble work. The Next Stage Ensemble upholds the Shakespearean tradition of a traveling company of actors bringing its theatrical repertory into the community, by performing at hospitals, retirement communities, libraries, camps, schools and community centers. For additional information about this performance, please contact Macculloch Hall Historical Museum -more-
About Macculloch Hall Historical Museum
Macculloch Hall Historical Museum is open for house and exhibit tours on Wednesdays, Thursdays & Sundays from 1 to 4 p.m. The last tickets for admission are sold at 3 p.m. Adults $8; Seniors & Students $6; Children 6 – 12 $4. Members and children under 5 are free. Tours will visit second floor gallery exhibits including "The Other Side of War: The Civil War on the Home Front” and the Thomas Nast gallery. Visitors to Macculloch Hall will also have the opportunity to enjoy the colorful and elegant gardens. The gardens were restored in the 1950s by the Garden Club of Morristown and are planted for seasonal bloom. Garden performances will take place on Sundays starting July 29th, through August 26th. The Poets in the Garden program is presented on September 16th. Please bring blankets or chairs for the garden programs. In the case of inclement weather the Shakespeare performance will move indoors. Please visit the museum website for more information.
The Museum is closed on Wednesday July 4th and Sunday September 2nd. For information, call the Museum weekdays at (973) 538-2404, 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 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. It is located in the heart of Morristown’s National Historic District. Macculloch Hall Historical Museum is a nonprofit educational affiliate of the W. Parsons Todd Foundation.
About the Next Stage Ensemble
The Next Stage Ensemble, now in its 20th year, was created in 1992 as part of The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey's Summer Professional Training Program, to foster the work of early-career actors and directors. One of several exciting outreach programs offered by the Theatre, each summer the Next Stage Ensemble brings the thrill of live performance to audiences throughout New Jersey, while enabling young performers to gain valuable experience in classical theatre and ensemble work.
Much as an Elizabethan traveling company would have done, the troupe tours with only minimal sets and without lighting equipment. In traditional fashion, actors typically perform in multiple roles. The performers rely upon the text and their craft, rather than on elaborate sets, costumes and special effects, to create theatrical "magic."
For additional information about the Next Stage Ensemble, call 973-408-3806
Time: 10:00 am–4:00 pm
Berkeley Tennis Club, a member-owned tennis club in suburban Essex County, is hosting a garage sale on Saturday, July 14 from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. at 311 Tremont Place, Orange, NJ. Rain date is Sunday, July 15.
Members have spent weeks rummaging through attics, basements, garages and sheds looking for items that will catch the eye of bargain hunters. There will be hard to find items and one of a kind deals. Items for sale include clothing and accessories, toys, tools, books, sports equipment, dishes and household goods.
Proceeds from the garage sale will be used to benefit the programs and activities at the club, and a portion will be donated to a local community charity, as will the goods that are not sold.
Time: 10:00 am–2:00 pm
Located at: SR Sports Complex, Cafe in The Park, Branch Brook Park, Newark - At Bloomfield Ave and Lake Street.
Transportation will be provided. Please call 973-395-5858 by July 7.
Pick-up your vouchers and shop!!
For all qualifying seniors ages 60+, you must have ID, proof of residency and income—you will receive $20.00 in vouchers to spend.
Phone: 973-395-8378 (ECDOSS)
Contact person: Haniyyah Muhammad
42 Norwood Ave, Summit, NJ
Time: 4:00 pm–7:00 pm
Do you want to learn and develop the fundamental skills needed to excel in the game of soccer? Fusion Soccer is pleased to bring its soccer skills clinic to Kent Place, in Summit, New Jersey. Fusion Soccer incorporates drills and games that promote growth, success, friendship and fun. Instruction will be given by Kent Place Soccer Coach Phil Wolstenholme, as well as Jon Panella, an Olympic Development and National ‘A’ License Coach.
Register now, as spaces are limited!
Coach Phil Wolstenholme
Location – KENT PLACE
Dates – August 13-17, August 20-24
Time – 4:00pm - 7:00pm
Ages – Any GIRL entering K – 8th grade
Cost – $180.00 for one week, $340 for two weeks
49 Washington St, Newark, NJ
Time: 2:00 pm
Enjoy a special performance to celebrate our Latin culture. For more information visit newarkmuseum.org.
220 Prospect St, South Orange, NJ
Time: 8:00 pm
Charity night of music by Zombies of the Stratosphere, Shark Hat and Lieder.
$5 minimum donation, but more is welcome! All proceeds help fight hunger in our community.
600 Ridgewood Rd, Maplewood, NJ
Time: 9:00 am–12:00 pm
The biggest turnover sale in NJ is back! Now in its 78th year, this sale is often called "the Miracle on Baker Street" because it’s an amazing event one has to see to believe. Our goal is to raise money for mission and charitable projects. In the process two full floors of the church are transformed into a full-fledged department store with a 40x40 tent to add even more space.
Tues. July 17, 7 p.m. - 9 p.m.
Thurs. July 19, 9 a.m. - Noon
49 Washington St, Newark, NJ
Time: 10:30 am–4:00 pm
Panelist: Robert O'Meally, the Zora Neale Hurston Professor of English, Columbia Universtity; Mary Schmidt-Campbell, Dean of the Tisch School of the Arts, Farah Griffin, William B. Ransford Professor of English and Comparitive Literature and African American Studies Columbia University and Diedra Harris-Kelley, Co-Director of the Romare Bearden Foundation.
Time: 9:00 am–3:00 pm
Multi-Family Yard/Moving Sale: furniture, children's items, kitchenware, music, books, small electronics, bikes, tools, clothing, etc. Lemonade Stand!!!
This event was originally scheduled for the previous weekend but was re-scheduled due to heat. See you Saturday/Sunday!
Time: 8:00 pm–9:15 pm
By popular demand, Larry Hunt again will spontaneously compose and perform live piano music to accompany screenings of silent film comedies from the early 1900's. This is a yearly rain or shine event. Bring a blanket or a lawn chair. Free popcorn and lots of fun ! The screening is at DeHart Park in Maplewood. Buster Keaton & Harold Lloyd films are to be featured.
5 Mead St, South Orange, NJ
Time: 6:00 pm–8:00 pm
Sunday, July 15th, 6-8 p.m., the South Orange pool will be reserved for ADULTS ONLY. The pool will close to all members under the age of 18 at 5:30 p.m.
BRING YOUR FLOATS AND FRIENDS! All South Orange adult residents will be welcome at this event with their membership or proof of residency. Non-resident guests are welcome, following the usual guest pass policy.
Enjoy an evening of dinner and music poolside. Dinner will be available from Stony's and LIVE MUSIC will be provided by Jay Dougherty and the Jazz Party Pool Sharks, singing songs from the Great American Songbook. Your favorites from Sinatra to Nat King Cole and other classics.
Time: 10:00 am–11:30 am
Join V. Woods of My Salon Scoop Consulting for a monthly conversation to discuss the best practices of some of the top award-winning salons in the country. Woods has researched the top business practices of salons from the Salon Today 200 and Intercoiffure for her forthcoming book, The A-List Salon: Insider Secrets of Profitable Salons That Wow Their Clients Every Day.
Attend to learn a new business building technique, network with your peers, and get a chance to win a mini-marketing make-over on the spot (instructions given upon registration).
This month's theme: Standing Out: Develop Your Brand
And I'll buy you a cup of coffee and a muffin of your choice too!
Current salon owners and aspiring ones are invited to this monthly chat.
For more information about My Salon Scoop Consulting:http://BookYourChairSolid.com
10:00 - 10:15 Introductions
10:15 - 10:45 Presentation
10:45 - 11:00 Marketing Makeover Hot seat
11:00 - 11:30 Networking