On stage five one act plays that are Politically Incorrect.
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This group, which explore books, authors and issues related to the African American experience, meets on the third Monday of each month.The group is currently at capacity. To join the waiting list, contact Adrienne Harden at 973-744-0500 ext. 2241.
Come one, come all, and stitch the evening away! Bring your knit, crochet, or other fiber arts and crafts projects and work on them in the library café. All ages welcome. Please note that formal instruction will not be provided. Registration is not required, but feel free to RSVP to our Facebook event for updates and reminders. Sit & Stitch does not meet on days that the library is closed or closes early.
Support Group core meeting every Tuesday morning to review our writing progress & discuss writing topics. The Write Group meets at the Main Library and welcomes visitors and new members. All meetings and workshops are free. For more information, click here to visit their webpage or email the group.
All ages and skill levels are welcome to play Bridge every Tuesday afternoon in the Library’s Conference Room. For more information about this group please contact Linda Welch at 973-744-0500 ext. 2221 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
There is an English Conversation Group that meets every Tuesday from 7 to 8pm in the Main Library’s Conference Room. This is not an ESOL class, rather an informal group conversation aimed at improving your English speaking skills. This group is unaffiliated with LVA. For more information, please call 973-746-4319 or email email@example.com.
Make your own sushi class! All you need to bring is yourself and your hunger for sushi. In this hour and a half class, you will learn how to make 3 types of rolls and how to make the rice vinegar for your sushi rice! Meet your teacher: Bridget-San, a CIA graduate and apprentice of Head Sushi Chef Eddie-Sensei, Featured Rolls: Tuna roll - seaweed outside California roll - rice outside Salmon Avocado handroll - Roll without sushi mat Come join us at SAKU Hoboken’s Dark Room on Tuesday Nights all classes 7:00 - 9:00PM
Cooking Class for 2
Laugh It Up Tuesday is a FREE weekly comedy show featuring the funniest up and coming stand up comedians in the NJ/NY area. The show is located at Nikki’s Bar & Grill which offers delicious food and drink specials and is close to all major transportation including private jet. Laugh It Up Tuesday is hosted & produced by Vic Cedeno who has performed all over NJ & NY. Come out and enjoy lots of laughs as we show why you don’t need to go over a bridge or under a tunnel to have a great night out!
Memoir Groups for those seriously writing memoir. Groups 1 & 2 meet alternating Wednesdays. This is not a drop-in group. The Write Group meets at the Main Library and welcomes visitors and new members. All meetings and workshops are free. For more information, click here to visit their webpage or email the group.
The United Methodist Communities at PineRidge of Montclair, in collaboration with MPL and AngelaCARES, hosts a resource center for seniors in the library’s Senior Space. PineRidge of Montclair and AngelaCARES equip the space with resources and programs aimed at enriching the lives of local seniors. Senior Space programming takes place every Wednesday from 10am to 2pm. Click here for the current monthly schedule. Questions? Call the library reference desk at 973-744-0500 ext. 2235.
Live performances from local artists in the Montclair area
Starring The Turtles (“Happy Together,” “Eleanore”) Chuck Negron, formerly of Three Dog Night (“Joy to the World,” “One”) Gary Puckett & The Union Gap ("Lady Willpower,” “Over You”) The Buckinghams ("Kind of a Drag," "Mercy, Mercy, Mercy") The Classics IV ("Traces," "Spooky") The Cowsills (“Hair,” “Love American Style”)
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Vibes In The City Open Mic Night takes place every Wednesday at Larouge Restaurant & Lounge located 972 Broad St. Newark,NJ. Doors 9PM Showtime 9:30 Vibes In The City has become a Wednesday Night staple of the Newark,NJ music/arts scene. Several emerging artists from the scene like R&B songstress Leah Jenea(Fox’s The Four), and Singer/Songwriter M.Rose (Vh1's Signed) have mentioned Vibes In The City as their 2nd home. Even Jersey Icons Tap Dance Legend Savion Glover and Lords Of The Underground’s own Do It All occasionally stops bye to check out the talent. Since launching on January 6th,2016, Vibes In The City has produced over 150 shows which included 1000+ artists not only from New Jersey but from across the world. Artist have come from California,Texas, Florida, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and New York just to name a few. We also booked our 1st international feature Brazil singer Juliana Galdeano during our launch year Our event is open to all genres. Occasionally, musicians pop up to play alongside artists during their sets. Artist on the Open Mic List perform 1 song with the option to...
Curious about eBooks, eAudiobooks, videos, or music? Or do you need help with your tablet or smartphone? Tech support is back at the Edgemont Park House! Edgemont Park House is located on Valley Road in Edgemont Memorial Park. Be sure to bring your Montclair Library card if you need assistance with MPL resources.
Free-for-All writing events on different writing topics every Thursday evening. The Write Group meets at the Main Library and welcomes visitors and new members. All meetings and workshops are free. For more information, click here to visit their webpage or email the group.
On Thursday, May 30, The Art School at Old Church will hold a fundraising event in partnership with Bergen County Players! This event is to both gather our arts community together as well as raise much-needed funding for the school. BCP will put on a special benefit performance of their upcoming production of "Rumors" on Thursday, May 30 at 8:00pm for friends of The Art School. Tickets are $35pp and include a pre-show wine and cheese reception at 7:00pm. All proceeds benefit The Art School at Old Church, a 501c-3 organization. "Rumors" by Neil Simon Charley and Myra Brock are celebrating their 10th anniversary and have invited all their good friends. Chris and Ken Gorman, a legal couple, are the first ones to arrive. They show up only to find that Myra is missing and Charley has accidentally shot himself in the ear. Charley is unconscious and so unable to tell them what happened. Charley is the deputy Mayor of New York City and, hoping to avoid a scandal, Ken and Chris go about covering up what they assume to be the truth of the situation. As the rest of the guests arrive Claire and...
The William J Brennan Courthouse In Jersey City Will Feature A Special Event Presented By Hudson County Executive Thomas DeGise And The Office Of Cultural & Heritage Affairs/Tourism Development. Sponsored By Honeywell. A special event in collaboration with the Jersey City Jazz Festival. The Courthouse Rotunda is a truly stunning and unique venue to enjoy a night of music on Thursday, May 30th beginning at 7PM. Light fare & refreshments included in ticket price. ABOUT THE PERFORMERS Tenor saxophone master Houston Person is widely considered the “soul jazz” standard-bearer. Person’s prolificacy is astounding; on top of being a celebrated and active sideman, he has released more than 75 albums as a leader over the past five decades. Of his 2017 album, Rain or Shine, JazzTimes wrote that “It is the sensual, slightly sweaty, blues-based groove they used to call soul-jazz. It was central to the jazz art form (and to its commercial viability in the 1960s)…When you hear an authentic voice of the genre like Person you remember how easy it is to like this music.” As eclectic as he is...
Live performances from local Jazz and Blues artists in the Montclair area