Calendar of Events
Calendar events June 2011 Wednesday, June 1 The Go Go's Paperback Book Sale The most popular all-female band to emerge from the punk/new wave explosion of the late '70s and early '80s is back. 8pm, Mayo Center for the Performing Arts, 100 South St., Morristown. For tickets, call 973-539-8008 or visit www.mayoarts.org. Donations of new and gently used paperbacks are welcome! Please ask a staff member for more information about donations. Mendham Township Library, 2 West Main St. at corner of Cherry Ln., Brookside. Call 973-543-4018, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the library to register. of New Moms' Circle Women's Health/Parent Education at Saint Barnabas offers a free, six-week support group that is led by a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in postpartum adjustment. Meets every Wed. 10–11:30am, Saint Barnabas Ambulatory Care Center, 200 South Orange Ave., Livingston. 973-322-5360. Spring Art Classes Biggest Winner presents: Countdown to Summer! Individual nutrition consultation, 8 group training sessions, 4 group gravity sessions, 2 personal training sessions, and more! (Value of $535). 18+. Runs through June 27. Cooperman JCC, Fitness Center, 760 Northfield Ave., West Orange. Contact Sharon at email@example.com or Fitness Reception at 973-530-3416. Brought to you by Joni Rose Fine Art and Creatively Yours Studio LLC. Runs through June 8. 3:30–4:30pm or 4:45– 5:45pm, 34 Rose Terrace, Chatham. 973-701-1914 or visit www.jonirosefineart.com. On June 5, local artists open their studios to guests and exhibit at venues throughout SOMA for The South Orange and Maplewood Artists Studio Tour. Cartoon by studio tour artist Rick Parker. Oscar Wilde's the Importance of Being earnest Victoria Plummer & Florence Wint Victoria Plummer, mixed media, and Florence Wint, sculpture. Runs until July 24. Mon–Thu; 9am–9pm, Fri; 9am–4pm, Sat; 9am–6pm, and Sun; 10am– 5pm, Gaelen Gallery East, Cooperman JCC, 760 Northfield Ave., West Orange. For more information, e-mail Isuss@JCCmetrowest.org. This first-time-ever endeavor between the two theater companies marks a homecoming for Ground UP Productions' Producing Artistic Director Kate Middleton and Ground UP's Technical Director Dan Wheeless. Runs Thu–Sun until June 5. 8pm (Sunday matinee: 2pm), The Summit Playhouse, 10 New England Ave., Summit. To purchase tickets, call 877-849-5327 or visit www.ticketleap.com or www.GroundUPproductions.org. The Bible and Other Religions: Intolerance, and Acceptance or Inclusivity? Come and explore the play of exclusivism and inclusivity, tolerance and acceptance in the Biblical text and prime source of Jewish, Christian and Muslim interpretation. Runs every Wednesday through June 22. 9:30–11:30am, Christ Church, 66 Highland Ave. at Forest Dr., Short Hills. To register, call 908-277-2120 or visit www.interweave.org. (continued on page 14) Events/dates subject to change. Vicinity Media Group is not responsible for changes. indicates family/child-friendly event. European Touch By • Kitchen Cabinets • Furniture Restoration • Kitchen Cabinet Reﬁnishing Restoration DAVID SAVE $30 on Water-Shoe Reg $99 Now with ad • Carpentry • Upholstery • Caning $69 For gift cards go to restorationdavid.com 973-992-7009 For a FREE Estimate call • 201-207-2991 June 2011 Our 81st Year • needells.com www.facebook.com/needells 386 Springﬁeld Ave • Summit • 908-273-2042 • Daily 9-5:30, Thur 9-7 VicinityMagazine.com 13
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