Join educators, Beverly Braxton and Mary Krauze of Conscious Parenting for an evening of information and conversation. Learn how to reclaim and preserve "family time" in our families and community. Register Sept. 6
Ken Lifshitz will give a presentation on the history of early geologist Dr. James Young, and on the famous geological formation known as the Franklin Marble which underlies Amity and Edenville. Open to adults, teens and to children over age 10. Open to all area residents; registration is required.
Capoeira is an exuberant martial art that combines high energy rhythms with exciting acrobatic movements. The art was created by Afro-Brazilians slaves during Brazil's colonial period. Because they were not allowed to practice any form of self-defense nor to use weapons, enslaved Afro-Brazilians disguised their training to look like a dance.
Join us for an afternoon of dance, martial arts and traditional songs and rhythms.
Join Rhonda Denet and the Silver Fox Trio for a review of classic Rhythm & Blues and Soul music of the 1960s and '70s. Celebrate a time when this primarily African-American genre crossed over to mainstream audiences. Featured songs were made famous by The Supremes, Mary Wells, Gladys Knight, Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye, and others. Through the music, the magic and the message, there is something for everyone!
Nature educator Russell Brust will introduce you to the black bears that live in the forests and backyards of our community. You’ll learn about the bears’ lifestyle, how you can help protect them, and what to do if you meet one! You’ll also learn about aversive conditioning and ways to keep both humans and bears safe. Mr. Brust has been a Bergen County Zoo educator for more than 15 years, and brings a wealth of experience to his presentation.