Jump-start your healthy 2013 by visiting us at Congress Hall’s Wellness Week. Join us, along with the rest of the nation, for a week of promoting healthy living as our own Sea Spa introduces their amazing new Thalgo services! This is the perfect opportunity to sample this marine-based line provided by our dedicated, expert therapists. We are offering up to over 50% off select treatments! Executive Chef Jeremy Einhorn has hand-selected an amazing special menu featuring healthy ingredients for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Also, join us on Saturday March 16th at 9 a.m. for a special yoga class with our instructor, Sharon!
Saturday, March 16, 2013
The Mind Body Spirit Expo, the largest natural health and human potential expo in the Eastern U.S., is taking place March 15-17th at the New Jersey Convention & Exposition Center in Edison, NJ.
Speakers include: Energy Healer Eric Pearl, Coast to Coast AM’s George Noory, bestselling author and intuitive counselor Colette Baron-Reid, master healer/spiritual teacher Deborah King, angel therapist Charles Virtue, and life strategist Robert Ohotto. Multi-platinum artist, Kaya, will be performing on Saturday, at 6pm.
The show’s 120 exhibitors have a wide-ranging variety of booths, presenting everything from astral photography to beautiful jewelry. Free lectures cover topics such as angels, meditation, dreams, chakras, and much more. There will be psychics and body workers who will be available to provide their services to attendees.
Several discount specials are available. There’s an early-bird FREE ADMISSION for anyone who is on line before doors open on Friday at 4pm, and before Saturday and Sunday at 10am. Seniors and students with valid ID get in FREE all day Friday, and get $5 off all day Saturday and Sunday.
Nourishment for the Soul, Inspiration for the Mind!
Come join in the fun and enlightenment of a Mind Body Spirit Expo!
Hours of the expo are Friday: 4-9pm, Sat: 10am-8pm, Sun: 10am-6pm. Free parking. For advance tickets and more info visit www.mindbodyspiritexpo.com or call 215-599-EXPO (3976).
Call for time and location 463-6695
The Lambertville Flea Market is open all year long. It is held every Wednesday, Saturday, Sunday from 6:00 in the morning to 4:00 in the afternoon. (personal note, from my experience, most of the regular dealers leave by 1:00 in the afternoon.) You’ll find everything here from antiques and collectible, art and furniture to fresh produce, flowers, and bedding plants.
This is my favorite flea market of all time. It holds some wonderful memories for me. I learned allot of things here and made … Read More about this great NJ Flea Market.
Lambertville Flea Market, Lambertville Antiques Market, Gold Nugget, Golden Nuggett, Golden Nugget Antique Fleamarket
Golden Nugget Flea Market
State Highway 29
Lambertville, NJ 08530
Columbus is a market that’s got just about anything you might be looking for. I used to go there during the summer (on Thursdays) and sell tons of items for a dollar apiece along with a good number of unusual and better pieces. It was one of my better markets.
Columbus is open on Thursday, Saturday and Sunday. The indoor market is also open on Fridays.
The market was started in 1929. It is called a farmers market. You’ll find an Amish market, a produce market, antiques and collectibles, a garden center, a tractor store and a self storage facility.
The Meadowlands Flea Market is open all year long. It is held every Saturday and runs from 8 to 4. The market features all types of merchandise, food and entertainment.
The Englishtown Flea Market was started in 1929 and is still going strong. The market is open on Saturdays and Sundays from 8 to 4. It is also open all year long. The market sells everything from hardware to antiques and collectibles and features a variety of food stands. In the summer you will find a good farmer’s market here too.
Englishtown is one of the largest open air markets in America.
Read more about Englishtown and other NJ Flea Markets.
The Cape May County Advisory Commission on the Status of Women and the Cape May County Board of Chosen Freeholders invite you to attend the FREE Career and Training Expo at the Wildwoods Convention Center from 9 a.m. – noon. The Job Fair includes learning social media skills, job training, meeting employers, getting resume help, and much more. Let’s get Cape May County working! For more information call 609.463.6695.
March 16 – Piet Mondrian
Art never tasted so sweet. Cookies become canvases and icing becomes paint as we explore the lines and colors of Mondrian.
Instructor: Lora Durr
Pack your bags, and get ready to travel the world! Passport Around the World offers you the opportunity to experience other cultures. Each station is a new Country to explore. Fill your passport with stamps from all the Countries represented! Girls travel from table to table and experience activities from different countries such as: crafts, games, songs, traditions, foods, beverages, tours or displays. Additional activities include: picture scavenger hunt, search a word, country question sheet and a voting booth. Girls will receive a passport, an agenda of activities and a patch.
There are two ways to participate.
Host a Country
Individuals or troops may choose to host a station celebrating their favorite country. To host a country, please include three country choices girls would like to host and email to firstname.lastname@example.org after registering. Your group’s County will be emailed 5-7 days after registering. This way there will not be any duplicate Counties. Displays that plan to include a dance, song, or something to teach, please email email@example.com with a title of the activity, how long the activity will be and how many sessions of the activity the girls would like to present so that this can be included on the days schedule of events. Each troop hosting a County will be provided with three 8′ (foot) tables. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if electricity is needed. Girls need to choose and bring one stamp to represent their country and have an ink pad to be able to stamp “Tourist” passports as they visit their Country. Country display set up starts at 12:00 noon. All attendees must stop at the program event sign in table. Please plan to keep display and supplies available until 3:30 PM. This program typically draws 250-300 girls. Final counts will be emailed about 1 week prior to the event to the adult who emailed the country choice.
Be a Tourist
Girls may choose to attend and participate in the day’s activities without hosting a table. All Tourists please sign in at the event registration table at 1:00 pm.
Leadership Outcome: Connect – Girls will advance diversity in a multicultural world.
4 Program Aides will be accepted for this program, e-mail Stefanie at email@example.com for this opportunity
Registration Opens 5/14/12 and Closes 3/1/13
Ellarslie, the Trenton City Museum is located in Cadwalader Park.
Wright, Kearns, and Tynan are back by popular demand! Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day (a little early) and all things Irish with a performance by The Irish Tenors backed by a full orchestra!
The Irish Tenors, as honorary ambassadors of Ireland and its legendary music, invite you to come along and indulge yourself, family, and friends with a richly orchestrated performance of the greatest music of all time with three of the finest tenors of all time. And with the number ‘13’ in the year, the Tenors will make sure to kiss the Blarney Stone before they set out on their musical journey—to ensure that they bring the very best of Irish luck to you on their 2013 tour.
From The Irish Tenors:
“We invite you to experience the beautiful music of our country at a concert over the next while—it will be our absolute pleasure to warmly welcome you and richly entertain you. Until then, we wish you good health, happiness, and success in all you do. Sláinte!”
—Finbar Wright, Anthony Kearns, Ronan Tynan
Buy tickets: 732-246-7469
Talk about Memories! That beloved song, first sung on Broadway by the inimitable Betty Buckley, won her a Tony fo Tony Award as Grizabella , the Glamour Cat, in the original production of Andrew Lloyd Webber ‘s Cats. But that was just the beginning: she went on to pick up a second Tony for Triumph of Love, and her lengthy Broadway legacy also includes raves as Norma Desmond in Sunset Boulevard. There’s also been TV (Oz, The Pacific, Eight is Enough); movies (Frantic, Carrie, Another Woman); and a dozen critically acclaimed CDs. “Buckley’s voice that is one of the wonders of the world,” says The Hollywood Reporter.
A modern master of Arabic music makes his firstever appearance at NJPAC! Grammy-nominated musician and composer Simon Shaheen deftly leaps from traditional Middle Eastern sounds to Western classical music, jazz and Latin rhythms. His soaring technique, melodic ingenuity, and unparalleled grace have earned him international acclaim as a virtuoso of the ‘oud and violin. Shaheen’s musical fusions create “a gorgeous tapestry,” says The Los Angeles Times. “‘Ecstasy’ best describes the exquisite performances given by [this] virtuoso,” says The Detroit Times.
A modern master of Arabic music makes his first-ever appearance at NJPAC! Grammy-nominated musician and composer Simon Shaheen deftly leaps from traditional Middle Eastern sounds to Western classical music, jazz and Latin rhythms. His soaring technique, melodic ingenuity, and unparalleled grace have earned him international acclaim as a virtuoso of the ‘oud and violin. Shaheen’s musical fusions create “a gorgeous tapestry,” says The Los Angeles Times. “‘Ecstasy’ best describes the exquisite performances given by [this] virtuoso,” says The Detroit Times. There will be a post-performance discussion immediately following the performance, free to all ticket-holders. This performance is produced by independent consultant Baraka Sele.
This performance is presented in collaboration with the Newark Museum’s national touring exhibition, Beauty and Belief: Crossing Bridges with the Arts of Islamic Culture, which will be hosted in the Spring of 2013.
Temple Shalom of Aberdeen will host a Comedy Night with an authentic comedy club feel on Saturday, March 16th from 7:30 pm until 10:00 pm. The entertainment includes Marion Grodin, Jim Mendrinos and emcee Evan Gallahou.
Jim Mendrinos headlines at clubs in New York City and tours throughout the country; Marion Grodin is one of the hottest comics in the country with an incredible talent for improvisation. Evan Gallahou has been a performer of stand up comedy for over a decade at many of New York’s most prestigious comedy clubs.
Tickets are $40 per person at the door; tickets ordered in advance are $36. Save and sponsor a table of ten for $325 and get the best seats in the house. Admission includes the show, hors d’oeuvres and desserts.
Don’t worry about babysitters. A pajama party for children five years and older will be held during the show at the Temple. The cost per child is $5 for pizza and movies.
Contact Temple Shalom at (732)566-2621 or firstname.lastname@example.org for reservations. For more information, contact Ellen LaFargue at email@example.com.
Presented by: Monmouth Civic Chorus
Tickets: $30, $25
Additional handling fees apply.*
This unique concert honors the 50th anniversary of Dr. King’s iconic speech, and the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation. Through music, readings, and reflections, the program will explore the growth of freedom in our country’s history. The music will range from African-American spirituals and Civil War songs to more contemporary pieces like a choral arrangement of U2’s moving tribute, MLK.
For more info click here: http://bit.ly/OWyFLR
*$2 per ticket in person or mail orders; $7 per ticket phone orders; $9.50 per ticket online orders.
Only New Jersey Appearance!
Don’t miss the 50th Anniversary Tour of this legendary salsa orchestra, which has been one of the most popular groups in Puerto Rico for decades! What the Rolling Stones are to rock-and-roll, El Gran Combo is to salsa. During its 50-year career, this acclaimed 14-member unit has sold over 100 million records worldwide, and they show no signs of slowing down. For this engagement, El Gran Combo welcomes Tony Vega and His Orchestra as special guests.
Join us as the John Byrne Band returns to the Boiler Room for one night only! Having recently returned from a tour of Ireland to promote their CD, “After the Wake”, the band is excited to be releasing a new CD of traditional tunes, called “Celtic / Folk”, many of which they will share with us in the Boiler Room on Saturday, March 16th. Get ready to clap your hands and dance a jig to the energetic and mesmerizing music of the John Byrne Band!