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- Movie Night Hava Nagila Temple Sha'arey Shalom
2/21/2015, 7:00 PM, 78 S. Springfield Ave., Springfield, NJ 07082
Contact Person : Jonathan Kaplan; Temple Office
Phone #: 973-379-5387
Web Site: Www.shaarey.org
The Brotherhood of Temple Sha’arey Shalom in Springfield, NJ is sponsoring their first annual movie night. They are going to be showing Hava Negila – The movie. This movie is a humorous documentary of the history of the song which evolved from a Chasidic Niggun to a pop culture icon of the 60’s. Stars include Connie Francis, Joanne Worley, Harry Belafonte, Glen Campbell, Alan Sherman, and more!
The movie will be shown at 7:00 PM on February 21st, 2015 at the Temple which is located at 78 South Springfield Avenue, Springfield Township, NJ 07081. Snacks, wine and cheese will be served. Admission is free, but donations are gratefully accepted.
For more information about the film go to: http://www.havanagilamovie.com
Please RSVP to Jon Kaplan – email@example.com
- Readers' Forum Book Discussion
2/23/2015, 7:00 p.m., Cranford Public Library, 224 Walnut Avenue
Contact Person : John Malar
Phone #: 908-709-7272
Web Site: http://www.cranford.com/library/
The Readers’ Forum, the lively book discussion group of the Cranford Public Library, welcomes new members at any time. The group will discuss “Orange Is the New Black” (2010) by Piper Kerman. With a career, a boyfriend, and a loving family, Kerman barely resembled the reckless young woman who delivered a suitcase of drug money ten years before. But her past caught up with her. Sentenced to 15 months at the federal correctional facility in Danbury, Connecticut, the well-heeled Smith College alumna became inmate #11187-424. From her first strip search to her final release, Kerman learned to navigate prison life, with its strictly enforced codes of behavior and arbitrary rules. This non-fiction story offers a rare look into the lives of women in prison.
- Classic Film: The Big Trail (1930, 110 min)
2/24/2015, 7:00 pm, Cranford Community Center, 220 Walnut Avenue
Contact Person : Fran Housten, Cranford Public Library
Phone #: 908-709-7272
Web Site: http://www.cranford.com/library/index.asp
The first major sound Western, The Big Trail is also one of the greatest of the early talkies. The Big Trail is motivated by a hero's search for the murderer of his father. John Wayne, hitherto limited to bit parts, was thrust into the difficult leading role, a young mountaineer put in charge of a huge California-bound wagon train. Over the next several months, Wayne and his fellow pioneers face every imaginable hazard and disaster, from blistering desert heat to blinding snowstorms, negotiating steep cliffs, treacherous rivers, uncharted forests and other such natural obstacles. Meanwhile, Wayne's tentative romance with heroine Ruth Cameron is continually thwarted by a charming but duplicitous gambler, while all-around villain Red Flack and his henchman Lopez ceaselessly plot to double-cross the other wagon-trainers for their own financial gain.—All Movie
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