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February Events


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Total Events Found : 41

  • Westfield Area Y To Offer a Terrarium Workshop
    2/25/2014, 12:30 pm to 2:00 pm, Kellogg Room at the Main Y Facility
    Contact Person : Jean White
    Phone #: (908) 233-2700 x246
    Email: jwhite@westfieldynj.org
    Web Site: www.westfieldynj.org
    The Westfield Area Y is hosting a Terrarium Workshop for adults on Wednesday, February 26th from 12:30 pm – 2:00 pm in the Kellogg Room at the Main Y Facility, 220 Clark Street in Westfield. The workshop will be facilitated by Mary Smith who is a member of the Westfield Rake and Hoe Garden Club. Participants will make a terrarium that is the perfect size to place on a desk or kitchen counter and will serve as a reminder that spring is on the way! A terrarium is also a thoughtful gift idea that would put a smile on someone’s face each day. There is a fee for the workshop and all supplies, including the container, will be provided. Just bring your creativity! Interested participants must register for the workshop by February 6th. Members can register online and non-members can visit the Welcome Center at the Main Y Facility. For more information about this event, please call Jean White at (908) 233-2700 x246 or e-mail jwhite@westfieldynj.org.
  • Cranford Township Official Committee Meeting
    2/25/2014, 8:00 pm, Council Chambers - Room 107 the Municipal Building
    Contact Person : Tara Rowley
    Phone #: (908)709.7210
    Email: clerk@cranfordnj.org
    Web Site: www.cranford.com/township
  • Live Jazz featuring the MRB Jazz Project
    2/26/2014, 7:30 p.m., Cranford Community Center, 220 Walnut Avenue
    Contact Person : John Malar, Cranford Public Library
    Phone #: Cranford Public Library: 908-709-7272
    Email: cranfordlibrary@gmail.com
    Web Site: http://www.cranford.com/library/index.asp
    The Friends of the Cranford Public Library are pleased to welcome back the MRB Jazz Project. The MRB Jazz Project features Michael Pasqua on piano, Rob Cameron on bass, and Bruce Riccitelli on drums. The trio will perform contemporary interpretations of the great American songbook, sultry bossa novas, and classic jazz standards. Admission is free and all are welcome.
  • Should I Appeal My Property Tax Assessment? Seminar Sponsored by Garretson Financial
    2/26/2014, 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm, Homewood Suites, 2 Jackson Drive, Cranford, NJ
    Contact Person : Garretson Financial
    Phone #: 908.276.9140
    Email: gina.tipton@gmail.com
    Web Site: www.garretsonfinancial.com
    This Seminar will help you determine if your property value is overassessed and explain what you need to know in order to successfully challenge your assessment in your township. For instant day of evaluation, please bring in your Tax Assessment Postcard that you received in January. In 2013, nearly 120,000 homeowners appealed their property taxes in New Jersey - and nearly two-thirds succeeded in having their assessments reduced by $25,000.00 to $75,000.00. Admission is free, light refreshments will be served. Enroll online at www.garretsonfinancial.com or call 908.276.9140.
  • Atria Senior Living presents Senior Financial and Investment Fraud seminar
    2/26/2014, 10:00 am Breakfast, 11:00 am Lecture, Atria Senior Living
    Contact Person : Susan Hickey
    Phone #: 908.709.4300
    Email: gina.tipton@gmail.com
    Web Site: www.atriacranford.com
    Please join us for this Educational Event. Over 70% of people age 50 and above have been approached fraudulently. Learn the red flags to protect yourself. Presented by: NJ Office of the Attorney General Bureau of Securities Speaker: Arlene Ferris-Waks Director of Investment Outreach. RSVP by Feb. 21.
  • Spring Awakenign at CDC Theatre
    2/28/2014, 8pm, 78 Winans Ave
    Contact Person : Maureen Monroe
    Phone #: 908-276-7611
    Email: socialmedia@cdctheatre.org
    Web Site: www.cdctheatre.org
  • Classic Film: Made For Each Other (1939, 85 min)
    2/28/2014, 7:00 pm, Cranford Community Center, 220 Walnut Avenue
    Contact Person : Fran Housten, Cranford Public Library
    Phone #: 908-709-7272
    Email: cranfordlibrary@gmail.com
    Web Site: http://www.cranford.com/library
    James Stewart and Carole Lombard star in this comedy-drama about the struggles of a young and recently married couple, Jane and John Mason. John works as an attorney for the law firm of skinflint Judge Doolittle. Doolittle calls John back to work immediately after the wedding ceremony, forcing the couple to abandon their honeymoon. But John is ready to do Doolittle's bidding, since he hopes to become a partner in the firm. Doolittle is openly disappointed at the marriage, hoping John would have instead married his daughter Eunice – that he didn’t will prove to have disastrous effects.—All Movie
  • Classic Film: The Gold Rush (1925, 85 min)
    2/3/2015, 7:00 pm, Cranford Community Center, 220 Walnut Avenue
    Contact Person : Fran Housten, Cranford Public Library
    Phone #: 908-709-7272
    Email: cranfordlibrary@gmail.com
    Web Site: http://www.cranford.com/library/index.asp
    Called "The Lone Prospector" in The Gold Rush, Charlie Chaplin is a most unlikely participant in the 1898 Yukon gold rush. Charlie finds himself sharing a remote cabin with two much larger and more menacing-looking prospectors: Big Jim McKay and Black Larsen. Big Jim isn't really a bad sort, but Larsen is a murderer and thief. When the food supply runs out, Larsen heads out in the snowy wastes to hunt, leaving Charlie to prepare a delicious Thanksgiving dinner for Big Jim, consisting of roasted shoe. The days pass: in a delirium, Big Jim imagines that Charlie is a huge chicken, and voraciously takes after him with an axe; Charlie saves himself by inadvertently shooting a bear, thereby providing enough food for ten men. When the winds subside, Charlie and Big Jim part company. Heading off to seek his fortune, Charlie falls in love, from afar, with self-reliant saloon girl Georgia, who doesn't know that he exists, with much misadventures to follow. The film he said he wanted to be remembered by, Chaplin's masterwork seamlessly combines humor and tragedy as his refined and compassionate little tramp struggles to strike gold.—All Movie
  • Classic Film: The Asphalt Jungle (1950, 112 min)
    2/10/2015, 7:00 pm, Cranford Community Center, 220 Walnut Avenue
    Contact Person : Fran Housten, Cranford Public Library
    Phone #: 908-709-7272
    Email: cranfordlibrary@gmail.com
    Web Site:
    The Asphalt Jungle is a brilliantly conceived and executed anatomy of a crime -- or, as director John Huston and scripter Ben Maddow put it, "a left-handed form of human endeavor." Recently paroled master criminal Erwin "Doc" Riedenschneider, with funding from a crooked attorney, gathers several crooks together in Cincinnati for a Big Caper. After a while, the meticulously planned crime falls apart with the inevitability of a Greek tragedy. The Asphalt Jungle was one of the first caper films to show a crime and its consequences from the criminals' point of view. The Asphalt Jungle was based on a novel by the prolific W.R. Burnett.—All Movie
  • Classic Film: Grand Hotel (1932, 112 min)
    2/17/2015, 7:00 pm, Cranford Community Center, 220 Walnut Avenue
    Contact Person : Fran Housten, Cranford Public Library
    Phone #: 908-709-7272
    Email: cranfordlibrary@gmail.com
    Web Site: http://www.cranford.com/library/index.asp
    Based on Vicki Baum's novel and produced by Irving Thalberg, this film is about the lavish Grand Hotel in Berlin, a place where "nothing ever happens." That statement proves to be false, however, as the story follows an intertwining cast of characters over the course of one tumultuous day. Greta Garbo is Grusinskaya, a ballerina whose jewels are coveted by Baron von Geigern (John Barrymore), a thief who fancies Flaemmchen (Joan Crawford), a stenographer and the mistress of Preysing (Wallace Beery), businessman boss of Kringelein (Lionel Barrymore), a terminally ill bookkeeper who is under the care of alcoholic physician Dr. Otternschlag (Lewis Stone). Grand Hotel won Best Picture at the 1932 Academy Awards.–All Movie
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