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A Night of Jazz and Sinatra

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Location: Words Bookstore
179 Maplewood Ave, Maplewood, NJ
When: February 12, 2011
Time: 7:00pm

Hear live jazz at 7pm and 9pm from Sarah Partridge and Band, and at 8pm meet author James Kaplan as he introduces his book Frank: The Voice.

A $45 event pass buys you entrance for you and a guest, light refreshments, and a signed, hard-cover copy of the book.

Phone: 973-763-9500

The Natural History of Wonder

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Location: Seton Hall University
400 S Orange Ave, South Orange, NJ
When: February 5, 2011
Time: 10:00am–5:00pm

Keynote speaker Lawrence Wechsler will speak at the Walsh Gallery on "The Natural History of Wonder," a look at the curiosity cabinet in contemporary art.

Phone: 973-275-2033

NJAWBO Dinner Meeting

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Location: 160 Franklin Ave, Nutley, NJ 07110
When: February 15, 2011
Time: 6:00pm

Wellness, Women & Work: It's Never About Balance!

Discover what women have more of than men.
Learn simple "chill out" strategies you can use instantly.
Move with confidence, no matter your size, height or shape.
Build "core" strength without sweat or strain.

Risa Olinsky, president of Count on Yourself™ Coaching and founder of HWPN, the Health & Wellness Professional Network has been a health and fitness expert for over 25 years. She has a private coaching practice in Maplewood, NJ and is Wellness Consultant for JCCAssociation of North America. Her passion--to motivate! Risa say's, "Motivation is deciding that what you want is more important than what you have to give up to get it."

The New Jersey Association of Women Business Owners, Inc. (NJAWBO) is a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to provide tools for women business owners to compete in any market-place enabling them to operate a financially successful business.

Our chapter covers the following Essex County communities as well as the surrounding areas;

Belleville, Bloomfield, Caldwell, North Caldwell, West Caldwell, Cedar Grove, Essex Fells, Fairfield, Glen Ridge, Irvington, Livingston, Maplewood, Millburn, Montclair, Newark, Nutley, East Orange, Orange, West Orange, South Orange, Roseland and Verona.

Affordable Housing Legislation Discussion at Livingston Community Center

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Location: Township of Livingston - Recreation Department
204 Hillside Ave, Livingston, NJ
When: February 16, 2011
Time: 8:00pm

Essex County Assemblywoman Mila Jasey will speak at the Livingston Community Center to the League of Women Voters.  Her topic is Affordable Housing Legislation.  Open to the public, and free.

Phone: 973-994-1935

Temple Sharey Tefilo-Israel: Dress for Success

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Location: 432 Scotland Rd, South Orange, NJ 07079
When: February 27, 2011
Time: 9:00am–1:00pm

We will be collecting gently used, appropriate winter and spring clothing and accessories (shoes, handbags, and jewelry) for interviews and jobs.  Accessories are especially needed.  Please bring clothing that is clean and on hangers. 

Phone: 973-763-4116
Email: SiegeltuchSD@aol.com

Governor Richard J. Hughes: An Irish-American Politician

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Location: Seton Hall University
400 S Orange Ave, South Orange, NJ
When: February 9, 2011
Time: 7:30pm–9:00pm

Please join us for the first event in this semester’s Irish Studies Discussion Series, sponsored by Pirates of Irish Persuasion & Extraction (Seton Hall University's Irish cultural society)!

 

Learn about the role that Irish-American heritage played in the life and political career of Richard J. Hughes, NJ’s Governor from 1962-1970 and NJ’s Chief Justice from 1973-1979.

 

We are most fortunate that Prof. John B. Wefing of Seton Hall University School of Law, author of The Life and Times of Richard J. Hughes:  The Politics of Civility, will be the evening’s guest speaker.

 

The event will take place at 7:30pm on Wednesday, February 9 in the Beck Rooms, lower level of Walsh Library.

Phone: 201.463.5967
Email: maura.harrington@shu.edu
Price: Free

Yass Hakoshima Movement Theatre & Claring Chamber Players

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Yass Hakoshima
Location: Westminster Arts Center at Bloomfield College
449 Franklin St, Bloomfield, NJ
When: March 16, 2011
Time: 7:30pm–9:30pm

Don't miss the NJ premiere of "Arguments", an exciting new program featuring world-acclaimed mime/movement theatre artist Yass Hakoshima collaborating with the brilliant Claring Chamber Players.  Set to intriguing live music, "Arguments" dramatizes struggles such as the internal tension between good and evil.  Hakoshima is one of the few mime artists exploring abstract, non-narrative work and views his strong human movements as the visualization of the intense live musical accompaniment.  The Claring Chamber Players will perform George Crumb's "Black Angels" and Charles Ives' String Quartets No. 1 and No.2.  Truly unique and entertainment.  One performance only.  

Phone: 973-783-9845
Price: $20, $15 students and seniors

JLI...it's not just a course

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Location: Chabad of Essex
395 Pleasant Valley Way, West Orange, NJ
When: Weekly on Mondays
Time: 7:00pm–9:00pm

http://www.chabadtube.com/jli/tml/690419/

JLI | A NEW 6 Week Course | Begins this Monday, Feb 7

Toward A Meaningful Life: = {soul > body}

Learn the True Value of Love.

Craft your personal mission statement.

Unlock the secret to lasting relationships.

Learn how to balance work without compromising personal life. Discover the
key to transforming any house into a home.

The two-minute meditation you'll learn in this course will forever change
the way you experience life.

Register at www.myJLI.com or 973-486-2362

$85 per person $140 per couple Discounts available online.

Phone: 973-486-2362
Email: lubavitchcenter@comcast.net
Price: $85 pp or $140 per couple

Illegal Immigration Two Day Event

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Location: Seton Hall University
400 S Orange Ave, South Orange, NJ
When: February 15, 2011 / February 16, 2011
Time: 6:30pm

The Latino Institute will host a two day event that will revolve around the issue of illegal immigration. The event will show a film and a panel discussion moderated by Professor Anthony DePalma.   The event will start on February 15th at 6:30 and continue on February 16th at 6:30 and be held in room 107 of Art & Sciences. This event will be a one of kind event, with an open forum for students to express their opinions on the hot topic of immigration.

The Dave Mason Band in Concert

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Location: Temple B'nai Jeshurun
1025 S Orange Ave, Short Hills, NJ
When: April 10, 2011
Time: 7:00pm

Brotherhood Concerts presents Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee Dave Mason on Sunday, April 10 at 7 pm in the Sanctuary at Temple B’nai Jeshurun, 1025 South Orange Avenue, Short Hills, NJ  07078.  Special guest DJ Pete Fornatale.  Tickets available at www.BrotherhoodConcerts.com. Email info@brotherhoodconcerts.com or call 973.379.1555 for details.

Phone: 973.379.1555

Jazz worship at Orange Unitarian Church

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Location: 47 Cleveland St, Orange, NJ 07050
When: February 27, 2011
Time: 10:30pm–12:00pm

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 

            The First Unitarian Universalist Church of Essex County, 35-47 Cleveland St., in Orange will present its annual Jazz Worship Sunday Feb. 27 at 10:30 AM.

            Church member and pianist Dave Braham has assembled an outstandingly accomplished combo. Drummer Diego Lopez was born in Milan, Italy and moved to Chicago where he performed in the blues bands of KoKo Taylor and Sugar Blue. Moving to New York, he has performed with a variety of artists including the Latin jazz group SYOTOS and Gato Barbieri. 

            Multi-instrumentalist Ray Johnston, also a church member, plays all woodwind instruments. He studied jazz at the Berklee College of Music in Boston. He appears every Monday night at the Cotton Club in Harlem. He has taught instrumental music in the East Orange schools for many years and plays woodwinds with the New Jersey National Guard Band.

            Bassist Bob Funesti has performed with Ted Curson, the Midnight Sun Orchestra and has studied jazz bass with Mike Richmond. He and Ray perform together in the Silver Starlight Orchestra.

            Mr. Braham has performed and recorded with many highly accomplished jazz artists including Houston Person, Etta Jones, Lou Donaldson and Bob DeVos. His latest CD as a leader is "To Be Free", available from RandomActRecords.com. He also teaches instrumental music in the Union, NJ school system.

            This Sunday celebrates how jazz has been a central component of the Civil Rights struggle as well as America’s lasting contribution to world music. The Rev. Darrell Berger’s sermon, “Howard Thurman: minister to All People,” tells the story of how Rev. Thurman began the first racially integrated, culturally diverse church in America, in San Francisco in 1944.

            This congregation has been at the same location, just off Main St. in Orange, since 1893. It is the host to a number of other congregations, representing a wide range of religious faiths. It also hosts several spiritual study groups and LANBI, a center for the Haitian Community whose founder, Marcial Bonhomme, was recently honored by H.A.N.D.S., the Orange development organization, for his contribution to the community.

            The Church’s motto is “Where every mind is free and every soul is welcome.” For more information about this program or the church, see wwww.essex.org or call (973)674-0010.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Phone: 973/674-0010
Email: minister@essexuu.org
Price: free

NJ Symphony Orchestra "ART STRINGS" fundraiser

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Irene Feigen "Carnival of Creatures"
Location: 1170 Town Center Way, Livingston, NJ 07039
When: April 7, 2011
Time: 7:00pm–9:00pm

ACL Art Gallery will host the NJ Symphony Orchestra "ART STRINGS" fundraiser at a public reception. All are invited to stop by the gallery to view this year's fabulous collection of ten painted violins and support the NJSO and an outstanding local arts center. By purchasing a raffle ticket, you will have the opportunity to win one of the ART STRINGS violins, created by local artists.
Two of this year's violins are handpainted by Livingston artists Irene Feigen and Hugh Mahon.

Phone: 973 992-1950

Valentine's Day Sale at Fabulous Finds

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Location: New Eyes for The Needy
549 Millburn Ave, Short Hills, NJ
When: February 12, 2011
Time: 10:00am–1:00pm

New Eyes for the Needy is holding the Valentine's Day Sale at its Fabulous Finds Boutique on Saturday, February 12, 10am-1pm.

"Fabulous Finds is having a great sale of beautiful brand-new jewelry donated to New Eyes from a New York City retailer," said Jean Gajano, Community Relations Coordinator for the Short Hills nonprofit.  "We have rings, bracelets, necklaces and earrings priced to sell," Gajano continued. "They're perfect Valentine gifts - new fashion jewelry at discount prices!!"  Indeed, the jewelry items are all new up-to-date pieces found at many trend-setting New York stores.

 In addition to the new inventory, the Fabulous Finds Boutique boasts a diverse array of gently-used silver and costume jewelry.  For shoppers looking for crystal, silver pieces, china and assorted fine housewares, the Fabulous Finds Giftware department will be displaying an unusually large array of sale items for the Valentine 's Day Sale.


 All proceeds from the sale of jewelry and giftware go towards the purchase of new prescription eyeglasses for the poor living in the United States.  New Eyes accepts cash, check and Visa.

CRITICAL BLOOD SHORTAGE APPEAL - PLEASE DONATE!

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Location: 401 Pleasant Valley Way, West Orange, NJ 07052
When: February 14, 2011
Time: 4:00pm–8:00pm

Regional Donor Center West Orange

Promotion is a $15 ShopRite card

Your blood donation will be used for the patients in our area hospitals who require life saving blood transfusions. It could be someone in your family, a friend, a neighbor, a coworker... a baby, a mother, a police officer, a firefighter... we never know who it will be.

Please eat before donating and bring ID.

If you have donated within 56 days, or have been told not to donate, please disregard this message.

Phone: Please call 1-800-256-6365, ext. 160 for more information.

THE MAIN EVENT

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Location: 481 Eagle Rock Ave, West Orange, NJ 07052
When: March 29, 2011
Time: 6:45pm

Event Name:

The Main Event

 

Day/Date:

Thursday, March 29

 

Time:

6:45 p.m.

 

Event Address:

Mayfair Farms, 481 Eagle Rock Ave., West Orange, NJ

 

Event Description:

A fun and social evening with cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, and dessert featuring Bob Costas, 12-time Emmy Award-winning sportscaster

 

Sponsor(s):

United Jewish Communities of MetroWest NJ, Campaign and Women’s Philanthropy

 

Admission/Ticket fee:

$65

 

Information and RSVPs:

Sofya Iosiovich, (973) 929-3042 or mainevent@ujcnj.org

 

Website:

www.ujcnj.org/mainevent

Phone: (973) 929-3042
Email: mainevent@ujcnj.org
Price: $65

Mother Daughter ZUMBA @ Motion Fitness

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Location: Motion Fitness
187 Millburn Ave, Millburn, NJ
When: February 11, 2011
Time: 6:45pm–8:00pm

Open to ALL mothers/daughters (or neices or friends) who want to ZUMBA dance! Come join the fun while we raise funds for Girls on the Run! Mother/daughter pair = $45 FUN FUN FUN!

Email: girlsontherunnj@aol.com

Proper Pets

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Location: 560 Northfield Ave, West Orange, NJ 07052
When: March 12, 2011
Time: 2:00pm–3:00pm

Whether you like furry, feathery or scaly, we will provide you the info you need to make a proper pet pick. With delightful animal guests from our education collection you won’t want to miss this class! Start by making your own “pebble pet” to bring home for practice! 

Fee $10 per child /  Pre-Registration is Required

Phone: 973-731-5800

Special Needs Basketball Sports Clinic

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Location: Maplewood Middle School
7 Burnett St, Maplewood, NJ
When: February 27, 2011
Time: 1:00pm–2:00pm

Come on out and have your special needs child enjoy playing basketball. Presented by SPED-PTO and Maplewood Recreation Dept.

Parents are exspected to stay at the gym. For more info please call 973-868-7595.

Phone: 973-868-7595
Email: somaspedpto@gmail.com

Underdog Film Festival

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Location: Montclair State University
1 Normal Ave, Montclair, NJ
When: February 20, 2011
Time: 10:00am–6:00pm

Oscar fans will once again have an opportunity to see Oscar nominated films that are hardly ever screened at this year’s second annual Montclair Underdog Film Festival, on Sunday, February 20, 2011.The festival will be held at Montclair State University (MSU) at the state-of-the-art screening room in University Hall from 10am-6pm.

The films featured will be the 2011 Oscar nominated short films in the Documentary, Live Action and Animated categories and Underdog is the only festival and venue in NJ where you can see these films before the Oscar telecast. There will also be another treat, a special screening of the Oscar nominated feature documentary “Exit Through the Gift Shop”.

Phone: 973-233-1773
Email: jim.peskin@gmail.com
Price: Morning $10, Afternoon $15, All Day $10

The Whole Town of Livingston is Going on Sale...March 15

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Location: Township of Livingston
357 S Livingston Ave, Livingston, NJ
When: March 15, 2011

“Livingston Shop & Eat Around” is an event that will give local area residents the chance to save while visiting a variety of township shops, eateries, fitness centers, beauty salons and service providers. Slated for March 15, each participating business will also provide $100 in gift certificates for a huge town-wide prize drawing.
 
The March 15 discount day is part of an ongoing series to help bolster local business and show people in other towns what Livingston has to offer. This series of town-wide events is sponsored by the Livingston Business Improvement District (BID).
 
Livingston BID’s first event, the “Livingston Town-Wide Pizza Party,” was held on Tuesday, January 25.  That day brought robust sales and many new customers to participating restaurants.  More than 200 people entered to win an iPad from Livingston’s Regal Bank.  The ongoing series of events gives area residents the chance to visit their favorite local businesses to receive great deals, while also exploring others they might not be familiar with.  
 

Phone: 973-597-5122
Email: kschwartz@successcomgroup.com
Price: 15% (or more) off food, merchandise, and services
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