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June Events

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Total Events Found : 34

  • Cranford Circus
    6/27/2015, 5:15 and 7:30 pm, Hillside Avenue School
    Contact Person : Cranford Chamber of Commerce
    Phone #: 908.272.6114
    Web Site:
    Circus tickets can be purchased at Cranford Sunoco, Back to Nature and TD Bank after June 1.
  • LAX Academy Lacrosse Camp
    6/29/2015, 9am-12pm, Cranford’s Sherman Field
    Contact Person : Cranford Recreation & Parks Department
    Phone #: 908-709-7283
    Web Site:
    Registration is still open for Cranford’s LAX Academy Lacrosse Camp. The camp is great for all levels of play. There will be an energetic atmosphere that the campers will feed off of. They will be taught throwing, catching, shooting and scooping up ground balls. Mini games will be done as well as daily contests. Instruction is given by the CHS Coaches and CHS players. Don’t miss this great chance for your child to learn the game of lacrosse. The camp is for boys & girls in grades K-4. It meets Mon-Thurs, June 29th – July 2nd , 9am-12pm, at Cranford’s Sherman Field. The cost is $105 and registration may be done in person at the Cranford Community Center, 220 Walnut Ave or online using your Community Pass account. Registrants must bring their own lacrosse sticks and must be a Cranford resident.
  • An Evening with Lady Day
    6/29/2015, 7:30 p.m., Cranford Community Center, 220 Walnut Avenue
    Contact Person : John Malar, Cranford Public Library
    Phone #: Cranford Public Library: 908-709-7272
    Web Site:
    The Friends of the Cranford Public Library are pleased to sponsor “An Evening with Lady Day,” featuring the music of Billie Holiday as interpreted by vocalist Rhonda Denét and the Silver Fox Trio. Admission is free and all are welcome. Ms. Denét is a New York City based jazz/soul vocalist. She has a Bachelor of Music degree in Vocal Performance from New York University, and has spent many years writing and producing her own brand of soul-infused cabaret, forming and working with a number of bands and developing original music. Since 2007 she has been building her full-time career in music, performing regularly with her band, the Bad Cats, as the lead vocalist of the Kazz Music Orchestra, and with several other regional projects. This marks Ms. Denét’s fourth appearance at the Cranford Community Center, where she has also presented programs featuring the music of Ella Fitzgerald and Frank Sinatra, music from the Great American Songbook, and the music of Motown.
  • Classic Film: Yankee Doodle Dandy (1942, 126 min)
    6/30/2015, 7:00 pm, Cranford Community Center, 220 Walnut Avenue
    Contact Person : Fran Housten, Cranford Public Library
    Phone #: 908-709-7272
    Web Site:
    Summoned to the White House by President Roosevelt, the aging George M. Cohan is encouraged to relate his life events leading up to this momentous occasion. He recalls his birth on the Fourth of July, 1878; his early years as a cocky child performer in his family's vaudeville act; his decision to go out as a "single"; his sealed-with-a-handshake partnership with writer/producer Sam Harris; his first Broadway success, 1903's Little Johnny Jones; his blissful marriage to winsome wife Mary (a fictional amalgam of Cohan's two wives, played byJoan Leslie -- who, incredibly, was only 17 at the time); his patriotic civilian activities during World War I, culminating with his writing of that conflict's unofficial anthem "Over There" (performed by Nora Bayes, as played by Frances Langford); the deaths of his sister, Josie (played by Cagney's real-life sisterJeanne), his mother, Nellie (Rosemary DeCamp), and his father, Jerry (Walter Huston); his abortive attempt to retire; and his triumphant return to Broadway in Rodgers & Hart's I'd Rather Be Right. Yankee Doodle Dandy is no more the true-life story of George M. Cohan than The Jolson Story was the unvarnished truth about Al Jolson -- but who cares? Dandy has song, dance, pathos, pageantry, uproarious comedy, and, best of all, James Cagney at his Oscar-winning best.—All Movie
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