Riverview Band at The Green Knoll GrilleNJ
Come Party with us on March 4th at The Green Knoll Grille
Wallace House & Old Dutch Parsonage Historic Houses ToursNJ
Pass through the checkered Flemish bond brickwork at Old Dutch Parsonage into the historic home of the founder and first president of Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey. Continue through the historic kitchen for Hope Farm and enter the largest home built during the Revolutionary War in New Jersey. Learn about the women and men in slavery and freedom who comprised the "military family" at George Washington's winter headquarters and the challenges and accomplishments of the Commander-in-Chief during the Continental Army's Middlebrook Cantonment from December 1778 to June 1779.
Ukrainian Pysanka (Easter Egg) WorkshopNJ
During the period of Lent preceding Pascha, or Easter, Ukrainians write pysanky, or decorate eggs, using ancient symbols. From the deep past, these patterns were thought to imbue the egg with magical powers and ward away evil spirits, and they later took on Christian meanings. Join us at the Center to continue this age-old tradition as we get ready to welcome spring. The workshop is open to adults and children 12 and older. All materials included. Seating is limited to 15 participants per session, so register early! The UHEC and the Exhibit "Ukraine 1933: A Cookbook" will be open hours indicated. Questions, contact the UHEC at 732-356-0132 or email email@example.com
Three Early Black American Women in Words: A Literary Historic Houses TourNJ
250 years ago in the spring of 1773 Phillis Wheatley traveled from America to England to publish Poems on Various Subjects, Religious and Moral, making her the first published African-American poet and the first African-American female published writer. This historic houses tour of Wallace House & Old Dutch Parsonage introduces the works of three early Black American women in words, considering Phillis Wheatley’s poetic perspective on the American Revolution, Hetty Saunders’ solace and stewardship of nature in New Jersey in the early American republic, and Sojourner Truth’s African Dutch social and spiritual heritage as background to her activism through the nation’s Civil War.
Join a Naturalist for fun in the snow! Snowshoe on the trails and enjoy the beautiful winter scenery. Bring your own snowshoes or borrow a pair (limited number of snowshoes available – first come, first serve). If there is no snow, we will go for a hike, but without snowshoes!
AMERICAN THEATER GROUP PRESENTS “PARADE”NJ
American Theater Group, a professional Actors Equity company, presents the musical “PARADE” This Tony-Award winning musical by Jason Robert Brown (Bridges of Madison County) and Alfred Uhry (Driving Miss Daisy) dramatizes the story of Leo Frank, a factory manager accused of murdering a young employee. The 1913 Trial of the Century created a media frenzy full of half-truths, innuendo and unabashed bigotry. Directed by Tony Award nominee, Hunter Foster. Hunter Foster is the Artistic Director for the Redhouse Arts Center in Syracuse, NY where he most recently directed Rent and God of Carnage. He directed The Other Josh Cohen off-Broadway at the West Side theatre in NYC and was named the 2018 “Director of the Year” by the Wall Street Journal for his productions of 42nd Street at the Bucks County Playhouse, and The Drowsy Chaperone at the Goodspeed Opera House. Also at the Bucks County Playhouse he has directed: Clue, 42nd Street, Guys and Dolls, Company, Ain’t Misbehavin’, The Buddy Holly Story, National Pastime, The Rocky Horror, Summer of ’42, Million Dollar Quartet and It’s a Wonderful Life. He has also directed productions of the Million Dollar Quartet for the Paper Mill Playhouse, Cincinnati Playhouse, Geva Theatre, Ogunquit Playhouse, St. Louis Rep and at many other theatres around the country. Many will know Hunter as an