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This year the walk is: SUNDAY OCTOBER 3, 2010 Our 16th Annual 3-Mile Scenic Walk through Madison and Drew University! Start and finish at: The Madison Area YMCA Registration: 12:00PM Walk starts: 1:00PM RAIN OR SHINE! Food – Music – Games Fun for the whole family! Face painting, caricatures, magician, Moon walk and much much more! Live and Silent Auctions! The Walk-A-Thon Volunteer Team will also have a booth at Bottle Hill Day this Saturday, October 2nd to register for the walk, and make donations. For more information, visit: http://www.tjmfwalkathon.org/
The Madison Chamber of Commerce has announced a photo contest for College and University Students called "Madison - through my eyes". An application is available at https://gov.rosenet.org/uploads/847/2010_photo_cntst_mad.pdf
The Downtown Concert Series starts this Friday! See the link below for more information about the concerts. https://gov.rosenet.org/uploads/784/concert_series_resize.pdf
Shakespeare Theatre has announced their 2010 Season, which will include: The Taming of the Shrew Arms and the Man No Man's Land All's Well That Ends Well The Lion in Winter I Capture the Castle The Servent of Two Masters (on the outdoor stage) For more information, please visit www.ShakespeareNJ.org
Five Madison eateries were showcased in the April 2010 edition of In Jersey Magazine. Madison cabinet maker is focus of HGTV segment. To learn more about this and other 'Shop Madison' stories, visit http://gov.rosenet.org/agencies/ilovemadison/pages/news
-3 medium, one-topping pies, $7.00 each -Buy 1 gourmet pizza, get 1/2 off 2nd regular pizza -15% off any catering over $50 -1/2 tray of wings $29.99
3 medium, one-topping pies, $7.00 each Buy one gourmet pizza, get 1/2 off 2nd regular pie 15% off any catering order over $50 1/2 tray of wings $29.99
Playwrights Theatre’s production of Two Jews Walk Into A War… by Seth Rozin has been extended with additional performances at 8pm on February 12, 13 and 3pm on February 14, 2010. This National New Play Network Rolling World Premiere, is a co-production with New Jersey Repertory Company in Long Branch, NJ, and is directed by James Glossman and features Reathel Bean and John Pietrowski. Single tickets are on sale now for $15. A student (appropriate for ages 15 and up) and senior matinee is scheduled for Wednesday, January 27 and February 3 at 10:30am and Ladies Night at the Playwrights Theatre will be held on Thursday, January 28 beginning at 5pm with curtain at 6:30pm. For tickets, visit www.ptnj.org or call the box office at 973-514-1787 X10. Performances take place at Playwrights Theatre, 33 Green Village Road in Madison, NJ. The following dates are sold out: January 23, January 24 and February 6. Performances on January 22, January 31 and February 7 have limited seating available. Other dates are expected to fill up soon. Check the website www.ptnj.org or call the box office at 973-514-1787 X10 for the most up-to-date information and to reserve tickets. A surprising comedy based on actual events. After burying their mutual friend Yakob, Zeblyan and Ishaq are now the Last Two Jews in Kabul—and they don’t like each other very much. While they argue about prayer schedules and who is going to reside in their bombed-out temple, both agree they must regenerate the Jewish population in Afghanistan. They’re stuck. In order to do this, they need a rabbi, but in order to get a rabbi, they need a Torah, which the Taliban has stolen. Their bold and grand solution brings them closer to the essence of their faith and, quite possibly, each other.
Playwrights Theatre's Creative Arts Academy spring classes for kids, teens and adults will begin soon. For more information and to register, visit the website at http://www.ptnj.org/PubCL/ClassDescriptions.htm. There is a temporary price reduction for Spring 2010 kid and teen classes. Tuition per class is $225. An additional discount applies in the refer-a-friend program. (Note: does not apply to Homeschool Year Long Workshop or Specialized Masterclasses). Playwrights Theatre's classes are taught by practicing theatre artists who are working actors, directors, writers and artistic directors. The intimate class size allows individuals to explore in a safe, non-judgmental environment and insures individual attention is given to each participant. Spring 2010 classes for kids and teens include: Playmakers (grades 1-3) - February 20 - May 1, 2010 Acting Lab (grades 4-6) - February 23 - May 4, 2010 Musical Performance (grades 4-6) - February 25 - May 6, 2010 Acting Workshop (grades 7-9) - February 23 - May 4, 2010 Homeschool: Year-Long Acting Workshop (ages 11-14) - January 12 - March 23, 2010 Additional classes that will be offered include: Specialized Masterclasses (grades 7-12) Private Coaching Spring 2010 classes for adults include: Playwriting Workshop - February 22 - April 26, 2010 - $275 ($250 for returning students) Reading, Writing, Response - February 25, 2010 - $75 Acting & Performance Workshop - March 2 - May 11, 2010 (no class March 30) - $275 ($250 for returning students) For a description of these classes, visit http://www.ptnj.org/PubCL/AdultClassesA.htm#FSC. To register for spring classes, call the education office at 973.514.1787 X21 or visit the website http://www.ptnj.org/PubCL/ClassesMainPage.htm
January 21 - February 7, 2010 For tickets, contact the box office at 973.514.1787 X10 or order online at http://boxoffice.printtixusa.com/playwrights/eventcalendar A surprising comedy based on actual events. After burying their mutual friend Yakob, Zeblyan and Ishaq are now the Last Two Jews in Kabul—and they don’t like each other very much. While they argue about prayer schedules and who is going to reside in their bombed-out temple, both agree they must regenerate the Jewish population in Afghanistan. They’re stuck. In order to do this, they need a rabbi, but in order to get a rabbi, they need a Torah, which the Taliban has stolen. Their bold and grand solution brings them closer to the essence of their faith and, quite possibly, each other.