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May 12, 2012, 9:00 AM - January 8, 2018, 1:00 PM
Original poem of maximum 16 lines. Preference to family-friendly topics and wording. themes may include, but not limited to, the life and legacy of poet/soldier Joyce Kilmer, your community, nature, human qualities of kindness, respect for others, character, expenses in education, pastimes and personal relationships. No poems will be returned. Winners of 4 entries judged will be presented with awards at 6th Annual Joyce Kilmer Day commemoration on Sunday, Jan 28, 2018 at Mahwah Boiling Springs Savings Bank, 4 E. Ramapo Ave. Email the Joyce Kilmer society for details/ entry form: firstname.lastname@example.org
April 25, 2017, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Artist and Hackensack resident, Poramit Thantapalit has installed an exhibition: "Life Under the Sea", Mixed Media and Cyanotype at the Johnson Public Library. It consists of artwork from the artist's creative output over the past 5 years and combines recycled materials and cyanotype. Mr. Thantapalit turns what most people consider "trash" into fantastic reinterpretations. Some objects used are: plastic bottles, cardboard, wood, paper, wires, electrical cords, computer parts and used clothing. The artist repurposes these everyday scraps into objects of great beauty and worth. Don't miss this opportunity to get a glimpse into this talented artist's imagination. See more of his work here: http://pixibition.weebly.com/
April 25, 2017, 9:30 AM - 5:00 PM
During the month of April Oakland watercolor artist Pamela Leggate will be exhibiting her work at the Oakland Library. This exhibit concentrates on transparent watercolor, using different techniques and concentrating on a limited palette.
April 25, 2017, 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
The current state of feminism and women’s rights is experiencing momentous flux in both regress and progress. In the face of the current tumultuous social, political, and cultural climate, there is an explosion of artistic expression, giving voice and life to arts and activism. Puffin Cultural Forum presents “Where We Are” and the participating artists’ perspectives in honor of Women’s History Month. Featuring: Krista Dedrick Lai, Dafna Steinberg, Jessica Ann Wagner, Kahori Kamiya, Theresa Gooby, Alana MacDougall, Mary Mihelic, Danielle Scott, Jo-El Lopez, Aileen Bassis, Olga Alexander, Meredith Wood, Cinnamon Willis, Steffany Ojeda, Lesely Wamsley, Madeleine L. Slade, Estefani Mercedes, Carolina Rubio MacWright, and Sabrina Staires
April 25, 2017, 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
Since his graduation from The Juilliard School in May 2000, David Glukh has been leading an active performance schedule first as a member of Dallas Brass (2000-2002) and later as a bandleader, composer and a soloist of David Glukh International Ensemble, Manhattan Soloists and Wholly Brass in addition to solo engagements throughout the world. In 1990 he immigrated to Israel where he spent the following three years in the Thelma Yellin High School for the Arts. He later served in the Army Orchestra from 1993 to 1996. David Glukh is an endorsing artist for New York Trumpet Company and plays Stage 1 Bb and C trumpets exclusively.
April 25, 2017, 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
International musician Idan Raichel, well known and loved as the band leader of the Idan Raichel Project over the last 12 years, is making a bold new move by returning to the live concert scene with his solo performance. Raichel says he is excited to share this new experience with the world’s stages live in 2017. Solo on stage Raichel will play acoustic piano, electric piano, percussion, drum pad & looper and even some chosen toys of his 2 young daughters, which he uses to create sound in honor & celebration of his fairly new status as a father. Idan Raichel has recently been honored by the Martin Luther King Institute for bringing the voices of the minorities and new migrants to the mainstream and for his effortless work in uniting people from different backgrounds, beliefs and cultures through music.
April 25, 2017, 9:30 AM - 11:00 AM