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  1. Madison Farmers Market

    July 11, 2019, 2:00 PM - 7:00 PM @ Central Avenue between Main Street and Cook Avenue

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  2. Senior Citizen Advisory Committee Meeting

    July 11, 2019, 2:00 PM @ Madison Civic Center

    In compliance with the Open Public Meetings Act, the Borough of Madison Senior Citizen Advisory Committee issues this notification of the following 2019 regularly scheduled meetings. The Senior Citizen Advisory Committee of the Borough of Madison in the County of Morris and State of New Jersey will meet at 2:00 p.m. on the dates indicated, at the Madison Civic Center, 28 Walnut Street, Madison, New Jersey. These meetings are open to the public. Please note that official action may be taken.

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  3. Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey: "William Shakespeare's Long Lost First Play"

    July 11, 2019, 8:00 PM @ The Outdoor Stage at the College of Saint Elizabeth

    If you thought The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged) was a wild ride, then this “lost play” will knock your socks off! Rowdy, rollicking, zany, silly and irreverent, this is a great production to introduce youngsters to Shakespeare in madcap fashion. Enjoy watching Shakespeare get “roasted” in this wacky spoof as you sit under the stars and witness every character the Bard ever wrote go crashing into each other! We will once again be offering FREE tickets to young people 18 and under, and discounted tickets for customers of Bank of America — our long-time sponsor of the Outdoor Stage.

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Senior Center

  1. Summer Seminar Series: Slavery in NJ and the Quaker Abolition Movement

    July 11, 2019, 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM @ Helen Whitney Chase Auditorium

    Popular lecturer Rick Geffken will present this seminar, which is an overview of the history and legacy of slavery in New Jersey, and how Quakers influenced its eventual illegality. New Jersey, sadly, was the last northern state to outlaw slavery (1866). The majority of New Jersey voters also voted against Abraham Lincoln in the 1864 election. A retired U.S. Army officer and Viet Nam veteran, Rick Geffken holds a BS in Economics from St. Peter's University, a Secondary Teaching Certificate from Monmouth University, and an MA from Montclair State University. Join us for this informative seminar.

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