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Singer Vasily Jankov music Baron Arts Centre performs to celebrate traditional voices in Eastern Europe and the Balkans. Friday at 8 P. M. Free.
582 Rahway Avenue Woodbridge(908)745-4489.
Bergen Museum of Art and Science
Concert performed by six teenagers
It features works by Chopin, Mozart and Kreisler.
2: 30 this eveningM.
Suggested donation of $4
327 Ridgewood Avenue, East params(201)265-1248.
Shirim Klezmer Orchestra Cape May Music Festival, 8: 30 today. M.
And Hesperus at 8: 30 on Wednesday. M. Tickets: $12;
The old man is $10 and the students are $6.
Congress Hall, Beach Avenue and Perry, Cape May. (800)275-4278.
The Monmouth Symphony Orchestra will perform a concert starring guitarist Francis Perry. Today at 3 P. M. Tickets: $12;
$10 for seniors; students free.
Red Bank Monmouth Street(908)758-1760.
In four seasons music, Carnegie interior performers at East Brom theater explore the sounds of nature and the way they have inspired composers over the years.
At 3: 30 this eveningM. Tickets: $5.
Eric Brown TheatreC. C.
On the fence at 411 East Clinton Avenue. Tenafly. (201)569-7900.
Violinist at the five-point Library, Milina grosski
2: 30 this eveningM. Free.
Newark and Summit Avenue. (201)547-4543.
Moonlight Holiday Inn 18
The band plays music at the age of 30 and 40. Admission: $15;
$12 for seniors.
50 Kenny square, Saddle Creek. (201)445-7506.
The New Jersey Symphony Orchestra and pianist Zdenek Macal, conductor, and Tzimon Barton's masterwork series feature Larsen's Prelude: Parachute dance and Beethoven's Fifth SymphonyToday at 3 P. M.
Symphony Hall in Newark
Tickets: $45, $35, $30, $25 and $15. (201)624-8203.
More than 100 singers from 15 churches in the region will sing the national anthem and hymns to express all aspects of prayer: Praise, confession, petition, mediation and Thanksgiving. Today, 8 P. M.
Suggested donation of $5Our Lady of Mt.
Carmel Church, No. 1 Pacific Street, Ridgewood. (201)652-2868.
Sharon Levin, River Valley Free Public Library, flute playing, guitar playing Susan Dady, the third and final spring concert. Today, 3 P. M. Free.
412 Valley Road, Valley. (201)391-2323.
64 annual concerts from the Temple Emanuel Chorus Association in North Jersey, in addition to the works of bream, Schubert and Gershwin.
At 3: 30 this eveningM. Tickets; $10;
Students and the elderly are $7.
Broadway Street and East 3d street in Patterson. (201)684-5565.
The Sunday series continues to be hosted by singer and storyteller David massengil. Today at 7 P. M. Tickets: $8.
18 Watchung Stirling Road(908)753-0190.
The musical "fool" by Stephen thornheim and James Goldman. Today at 3 P. M. ;
Friday and Saturday nightM. ;
Three o'clock P. M. next Sunday. M. ;
And June 2 and 3,8 p. M. Tickets: $16.
Skyline Avenue in Montville(201)334-9320.
The Centennial Theatre Youth Exhibition workshop will stage two musicals-
"Company", 7 this eveningM.
And "Tom Sawyer" at four o'clock P. M. this afternoon. M.
Tickets: $7 or $5 for students and seniors.
Centennial College campus in hackzstown. (908)852-1400, ext. 203.
Chatham community player "Nunsense" Three o'clock P. M. this afternoonM.
Thursday and Friday night at 8. M.
Three o'clock P. M. and 8 on Saturday. M.
Tickets: $14, $10 for students. The Playhouse.
23 Patsy Avenue North Chatham. (201)635-7363.
The intersection theater company, along with Ruby Dee, Ossie Davis and their son, Guy Davis, launched "two Hah Hahs and one family boy ". Today at 3 P. M.
Tickets: $20, $25.
Genesis 1995: Celebration of the new voice of Africa
American theater, "a series of performances: Rita Dover's classic inspired poem, the dark side of the Earth, at 8: 00 on Wednesday nightM. ;
Written and performed by Ozzie Jones and Josslyn Luckett, "night of one act," at 8: 00 on Thursday nightM. ; "The Screened-
At 8 on Friday night, Marianne X's "porch"M.
At 8: 00 on Saturday night, "Crossroads" celebrated the grand new Brunswick civic league with Martin Luther King playersM. Tickets: $15.
7 Livingston Avenue in New Brunswick(908)249-5560.
The Douglas College Student Center will interpret Filipino folk stories through dance and narration. Today, 2 P. M. Free.
George Street and Nicole Avenue in New Brunswick. (908)745-4489.
Karon Semones's Elizabeth Theater, relative, is adapted from Gurney Norman's novel. Today at 2 P. M. Tickets: $4.
1100 East Jersey Street Elizabeth(908)355-0077.
George Street theater "Mice and Men", 8: 00 on Tuesday to Saturday nightM.
Two o'clock P. M. and 7 on Sunday. M. Through June 4.
Tickets: $30, $26, $22.
9 Livingston Avenue New Brunswick(908)246-7717.
Guggenheim theater two rivers theater company introduced George Bernard Shaw's "wrong Union. " Today at 3 P. M.
Tickets: $15 on Wednesday and Thursday, $22 on Friday and Saturday, and $18 on Sunday.
University of Monmouth, Cedar Avenue, West dragon. (908)291-4114.
"Thank you, good night" from Henderson theater, the top theater company ".
"Thursday, Friday and Saturday night at 8. M. Tickets: $20.
850 Newman Springs Road, Lincroft. (908)758-1118.
The players at the small fire house theater in Bergen County showed us "some good people ".
01:05 P. M. todayM.
Tickets: $12 or $10.
298 Kinderkamack Road, Oradell. (201)261-4200.
Mike Carter Theatre Brian Friel's Wonderful Tennessee is at 7: 30 and 6 todayM.
Tickets: $26 to $30.
"Rhyme and punish.
"Friday and Saturday at 8: 30. M.
Tickets: $17 to $22.
No. 91 Princeton University. (609)683-8000.
National Stage presented awards for Sam Sheppard's love fool and Miss Julie at stringburg. " Today at 3 P. M.
Thursday to Saturday night at 8. M.
Three o'clock P. M. next Sunday. M.
Tickets: $18 or $14 for students and seniors.
Average $15 $12.
1 Rutherford Williams Square(201)489-0322.
The channel theater company showed Bruce Jacob's three more. Today at 3 P. M.
Tickets: $25, $20, $15.
Front Street and Montgomery Street in Trenton. (609)392-0766.
Ron Elisha's modern Jewish Repertoire Theatre II.
Wednesday, two o'clock P. M. and 8. M.
Thursday and Saturday night at 8. M. Seven on Sunday night. M. and 2 P. M.
June 11. Tickets: $25.
Bloom Grove Theatre, 544 Bloomfield Avenue. (201)325-8154.
From Tuesday to Saturday, the Shakespeare Festival in New Jersey "the loss of love Labor"M. , Sunday, 7 P. M.
June 10.
Tickets: $16 to $30. Bowne Theater.
Drew University
36 Madison Avenue(201)408-3278.
Reina and Loy's brigandon is a paper mill.
"Wednesday to Sunday night at 8. M. ;
Candidates at two o'clock P. M. on Thursday. M.
Three o'clock P. M. Saturday and Sunday. M.
Brookside Avenue in Milburn
Tickets: $29 to $44. Through May 28. (201)376-4343.
The art forms of the museum and gallery are "paintings, works on paper and sculptures" with Richard Stott, John kochangski, Boris zeding and Paul Hirsch.
From Tuesday to FridayM. to 6 P. M.
At 10 on Saturday. M. to 5 P. M.
1 to 4 on SundayM. Through May 31.
Red Bank 16 Monmouth Street(908)530-4330.
The art of Dante hell by Eric Fowler.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday through June 24.
Reception starts at three o'clock P. M. todayM.
Everett Lane in Trenton. (609)394-9436.
Photos of Bergen Museum of Art and Science for local teenagersagers. Ends today.
"Edward Walsh sculpture", nine abstract and traditional sculptures created by stainless steel, granite and bronze.
July 16.
9: 30 Tuesday to SaturdayM. to 4:30 P. M. ;
1 to 5 on Sunday. M.
Admission is recommended: $2 for adults. 50; children, $1.
327 Ridgewood Avenue, East params(201)265-1248.
Original photo of Janet Engeman and Dwight Hiscano, moments of time.
Nine o'clock A. M. Monday and FridayM. to 5 P. M. ;
Nine o'clock A. M. Tuesday to ThursdayM. to 6 P. M.
From 9: 30 to 5 on Saturday. M. Through Aug. 10.
300 Fairfield Road Wayne(201)540-1195.
Blackwell Street Art Center features paintings and watercolors from John Bowles.
By next Sunday.
Thursday to Sunday, from noon to 4. M. 32-
34 Blackwell Street West Dover(201)328-9628.
Cooper Gallery "exposure", an exhibition of photographs by Carol Seitz. Through June 2.
Tuesday to Saturday, 7 noon to evening. M.
295 Grove Street, Jersey City. (201)451-1074.
The Colle Gallery paintings of Albert Bross, the watercolors and acrylic resin of Vincent chelia, and the watercolors of Charles Ross.
From Wednesday to Sunday at 11M. to 5 P. M. Through July 5.
Reception starts from 3 to 6 todayM.
8 Colle Street, Lamberville(609)397-0804.
A variety of textiles, including scarves, pillowcases, wallets, bed covers and clothing, are displayed on the artisan farm "transition period: textiles for the Arts and Crafts movement. Through June 4.
Thursday, from noon to 3, Saturday and Sunday, from 1 to 4. M. Admission: $4;
$3 for students and seniors.
Highway 10 and Manor Lane, about 3 miles west of Parsippany 287. (201)540-1165.
Extended Gallery cast metal sculpture will be in "Concavo--
"Concave" until June 1.
10 from Monday to ThursdayM. to 4 P. M.
John studio building, 60 Ward Avenue Extension. Mercerville. (609)890-
OMAHA-7777 gallery South Orange-
Artist Tour: Memories of D-
There are paintings and collages of Ugo Giannini. Through June 5.
Six o'clock P. M. Tuesday to ThursdayM. to 8 P. M. ; Friday, 10 A. M. to noon;
Saturday and Sunday, 1 to 4 pm. M.
Baird Community Center, 5 Mead Street, near ridgwood Road, South Orange. (201)378-7754.
Hunterton center for the Arts: Exhibition of the Academy of Painting, sculpture and mixed media;
Carol Rosen's "sculpture and collage" combines sculpture and photo collage.
June 25.
Reception starts from 3 to 5 todayM.
From 11 in the morning to SundayM. to 5 P. M.
Clinton, 7 lower Center Street(908)735-8415.
KERYGMA Gallery "sense of place" is the work of Townsend Howe, an impressionist-style realist painter.
From Tuesday to SaturdayM. to 5 P. M.
Sunday, 1 to 5M.
Reception from 2 to 5 todayM.
38 Oak Street, Ridgewood(201)444-5510.
The fifth annual alumni art exhibition. Through May 31. Daily, 10 A. M. to 4 P. M.
College Center Gallery.
155 Edison Mill Road(908)906-2566.
Japanese paper expression.
"The gallery will be dedicated to five sculptors from newspapers --
Located in Imadate town, Fukui Prefecture, Japan.
June 11. Admission: $3.
From Tuesday to SaturdayM. to 4:30 P. M. ;
1 to 5 on Sunday. M.
Brookdale Community College, 765 Newman Springs Road, Lincroft. (908)747-2266.
What is the print of the Montclair Museum of Art?
"Shows the works of 60 artists, showing a variety of prints produced in the United States in the past 150.
June 25.
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, 11: 00M. to 5 P. M.
Sunday and Thursday, 11. M. to 5 P. M. Admission, $4;
Old and student with ID card, $3.
No. 3 Nanshan Avenue(201)746-5555.
80 works of the "Lost and Found" exhibition at nabesk Gallery
Use the size art of recycled items.
June 22.
Every day and weekend, from noon to 4 p. M.
East Hannover River Road and desterling Avenue. (201)503-3238.
Newark Museum "gods and goddesses in Indian Art" exhibits paintings, cloth hanging and small brass icons from the 11 th to the 19 th centuries. Through June.
"Nepalese art" includes sculpture and painting in the Himalayan kingdom. Through June.
From Wednesday to Sunday, from noon to 5. M.
49 Washington Street, Newark(201)596-6550.
Newark Public Library "lasting impression: Jewish Heritage in Greater Newark" shows the community and cultural development of Jewish residents in Newark. Through July 3.
Monday, Friday and SaturdayM. to 5:30 P. M. ;
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, 9M. to 8:30 P. M.
5 Washington Street, Newark(201)733-7798.
Photos of New Jersey wildlife from the Audubon Society of New Jersey by John Collins will be displayed and sold.
Benefits will benefit schmann of Audubon, New Jersey
Hoffmann's Sanctuary
Nine o'clock A. M. Tuesday to SaturdayM. to 5 P. M.
Sunday, from noon to 5. M. Through May.
Hard spelling Road in benazville. (908)766-5787.
The New Jersey Center for Visual Arts focuses on the evolving video art "clever message: contemporary video ".
June 11.
Monday to Friday, from noon to 4. M. ;
Saturday and Sunday, from two o'clock P. M. to 4. M. Admission: $1.
68 peak Elm Street(908)273-9121.
New Jersey Historical Society through memory: Caribbean folk art in New Jersey.
April 1996.
From Tuesday to FridayM. to 4 P. M.
230 Broadway, Newark(201)483-3939.
The State Museum of New Jersey, "Echizen: Japanese pottery in 800", is an exhibition celebrating the history and art of potters. Through Aug. 7.
Baseball in New Jersey: Game of history. " Through Aug. 27.
205 Trent Street
Nine o'clock A. M. Tuesday to SaturdayM. to 4:45 P. M.
From noon to 5 on Sunday. M. (609)292-6308.
Message from the Earth: artists save the Earth, "two-and three-
The artist's three-dimensional work in the middleAtlantic region.
June 18.
"Look to the South: The South Jersey painting by Glen Ludo.
July 9.
From Wednesday to Sunday at 11M. to 4 P. M. Admission, $3;
Old Man, $1. 50;
Students and children under the age of 18 are 50 cents.
Free admission on Friday.
Lake Lily Road in Oceanville(609)652-8848.
River Gallery "Face--
Feelings, 40 paintings, watercolors and mixed media works by Edward Adams. Through June 5. Noon to 5 P. M. daily.
Rest on Tuesday.
287 South StreetLambertville. (906)397-3349.
A sample of pysanky is displayed at the Ukrainian folk art exhibition (
Easter eggs in Ukraine
Ceramics, wood carvings, clothing and embroidery.
Until Sunday. 9 A. M. to 5 P. M.
Monday to Friday
Walsh Library Gallery in South Orange(201)761-9476.
Bill Barrell's paintings and sculptures are hung up.
June 17.
Saturday, 11. M. to 4 P. M.
111 1st Street, Jersey City. (201)420-5018.
Steam Wheel gallery by Sara Pasti.
June 10.
Friday and Saturday, 11. M. to 6 P. M.
52 Bridge Street, small town, France(908)996-7279.
Trenton City Museum Trenton Artists Workshop Association
Media work by Catherine Bruce.
By next Sunday.
"When Trenton baseball roared like a thunder" and "Extra Innings ".
Until next Sunday.
Tuesday to Saturday, 11. M. to 3 P. M.
, And Sunday, 2 to 4 p. M. (609)989-3632. UNTITLED (130)
Painting, sculpture and photography limited by Joanna Thompson, Jennifer Freid and Frank Fernicola.
From one o'clock P. M. to 9 on Friday. M.
At 10 on Saturday. M. to 7 P. M.
From noon to 5 on SundayM.
130 Wayne Ryerson Avenue(201)633-6767.
Color photo of last year's solar eclipse, WATCHUNG Art Center. Through May 30.
Monday to Saturday, 1 to 4. M. Free.
18 Watchung Stirling Road(908)753-0190.
The WYCKOFF Gallery, spring whimsy, features a variety of media traditions and abstract works.
June 12.
From Tuesday to SaturdayM. to 5 P. M.
648 Wyckoff Avenue. (201)891-7436.
From 1960 to 1990, more than 100 prints of the zimmerley art museum recorded the development of "American prints.
The exhibition comes from private collections and museums across the country, including the works of Andy Warhol, Roy licitenstein, Roger Brown and others.
June 18. Free.
From Tuesday to FridayM. to 4:30 P. M.
Saturday and Sunday, from noon to 5. M.
Around the corner of Rogers, George and Hamilton Street, New Brunswick. (908)932-7237.
Bergen Museum of Art and Science
Maenami will lead a work boat on flower arrangement, an art in Japanese decoration design.
Booking is recommended. Fee: $7.
327 Ridgewood Avenue, East params(201)265-1248.
SKYLANDS Barbara Ferrante's carriage house, an art history teacher, will discuss American landscape painting in the 19 th and 20 th centuries. Today, 3 P. M. Free.
Morris Road, Ridgewood State Park. ((201)962-7527.
Norman David will talk about his grandfather, Norman H.
During the two world wars, famous American diplomat David. Tuesday, 8 P. M. Free.
31 Englewood Street(201)568-2215.
Essex County society of moral culture Charles stroze, a professor at the Institute of violence studies at John Jay's criminal justice College in New York City, will discuss "revelation, violence and the United States ". " Today, 11 A. M. Free.
516 Prospect Street, Maplewood. (201)763-1905.
The John Hamms Arts Center "displays the poetry and prose series" and the poet Alicia Suskin O forward. Wednesday, 8 P. M. Free.
30 northvan Brand Street, Englewood. (201)567-3600.
The Monmouth County Historical Society Gary Wheeler Stone and the Monmouth friends of the field of battlefield Daniel siverich of the park and forestry division of New Jersey will discuss the restoration of the battlefield. Monday, 6:30 P. M. Admission: $10.
70 Court Street, free. (908)462-1466.
Sylvia Gaudi, director of reference and information services at the Public Library of Paramus, will discuss the use of investment resources ". " Tuesday, 8 P. M. Free.
412 Valley Road, Valley. (201)391-2323. Y. M. -Y. W. H. A.
Doctor in Bergen County
Child psychologist Charles Schaefer will discuss "discipline and your preschool children" to advise on the prevention of discipline for young children. Tuesday, 8 P. M. Tickets: $12.
605 Pascal Road, Washington. (201)666-6610.
Zimmerley Museum of Art "original print: Past and Present" speech on the authenticity of print production. Free. Today, 3 P. M.
"American prints", Gallery speech at 12: 15 on TuesdayM. Free.
Around the corner of Rogers, George and Hamilton Street, New Brunswick. (908)932-7237.
Chatham community band's third annual interactive children's concert for children includes concert tracks, parades, novelty figures and solo instruments.
After the concert, the audience will be allowed to try the instrument with the band members. Today, 3:30 P. M. Free.
Chatham High School, 223 Lafayette Avenue, Chatham Town. (201)635-5101.
Cinderella grew up in a stage play. " Today, 4 P. M. . Tickets: $10;
$8 for children.
Williamson Building, Chester Street. (908)879-4946.
Children's Rock theater on grass. " Today at 1 P. M. Tickets: $5.
Atrium of Red Bank Square, bridge Avenue and West Street. (908)758-0099.
The Kaleidoscope Theater of Mercer County Community College presents you with "Golden Phoenix Flower and Three Bears ".
"Saturday, 2 and 4. M. Tickets: $7.
1200 Old Trenton Road, Trenton West Windsor campus. (609)584-9444.
The Felt Group of The Felt ex County College and The Backstage players of The Backstage ex County College were present at Peter Pan. " Today, 2 P. M. Tickets: $5.
Performing Arts Center, 155 Edison Mill Road. (908)906-2566.
The reverse painting workshop at the early trade and crafts museum shows the art of drawing images backwards on glass.
Workshop painting will be carried out on a transparent Mela so that there will be no sharp edges.
Saturday, 1 to 4. M. Admission: $2;
$1 for children.
Material fee: $2.
Madison Avenue and Green Village Road. (201)377-2982.
The Newark Museum provides "cosmic problems" for children aged 6 to 10 years old at 1 and 3 p. M.
And "journey through time and space" between the ages of 9 and above, 2 and 4"M.
Saturday and Sunday, June 25. Adults, $2;
Children under 12 years old, $1.
49 Washington Street(201)596-6550.
Sand bottle and sand painting workshop for children aged 4 to 8 at New Jersey Visual Arts Center.
Children will create colorful designs on bottles and Native American style planes.
On Tuesday 3:45 to 5:15M.
$20 including materials.
68 peak Elm Street(908)273-9121.
State Museum of New Jersey flight simulation 3,000-mile-
The Grand Canyon of Mars in the dream sky.
"One O'Clock P. M. and 3 on Saturday and Sunday. M.
Learn about the greenhouse effect and emptiness of the ozone layer in "Spaceship Earth.
"Two o'clock P. M. Saturday and Sunday. M. Through July 2. Tickets: $1.
205 Trent Street(609)292-6308.
Original illustration collection of children's literature at Rutgers University: "The rider is up!
Barbara Bain showed photos and other materials for her book about a young girl and her pony preparing for their first match.
July 31.
From Tuesday to FridayM. to 4:30 P. M.
Saturday and Sunday, from noon to 5. M. Free.
Around the corner of Rogers, George and Hamilton Street, New Brunswick. (908)932-7237. ETC.
Friends of the year for book sales at Englewood Public Library.
From noon to 6 today. M.
Renaissance office center, 15 Englewood Street. (201)568-2215.
Sightseeing cruise around Cape May.
On Saturday, June 17.
Tickets: $10 $5.
Miss Chris on Third Avenue Fishing Center and Wilson. (609)884-3351.
Three-State Cat fans in New Jersey, USA, show their 8 th annual championship ring show.
Saturday and next SundayM. to 5 P. M. Admission: $5;
The old man is $4.
Westfield National Guard Armory
500 Rahway Avenue Westfield(201)379-2816.
There are more than 300 artists and craft designers at the second sugar cake spring Somerset craft festival, who will discuss and sell their work. Today, 10 A. M. to 6 P. M. Admission: $6.
Garden State Exhibition Center, 50 atrium Avenue Somerset. (908)469-4000.
Pingyanbrook Nature Center is a "Nature Day" celebration with canoes on the pond, ponies in the forest, nature walks along the trails and lots of animals.
Children can make natural crafts, draw their faces, and make origami animals.
They can see Mr.
The Lizard and his creepy reptile and the Butterfly Lady Marion Hill. Admission: $2;
$1 for children and seniors.
443 Van Nostrand Avenue Englewood(201)567-1265.
Indian legend "Seeds of Peace, power of native American Indians", reenactment of dancers, singers, storytellers, music and historyenactments.
From noon today. M. Tickets: $6;
$4 for children.
Matarazzo Farm, 10 Doe Hollow Lane, Belvidere 519. (908)475-3872.
Hope Mountain historical protection organization Morris County Park Council sponsored a guided walking tour of the historic Richard mining area, a relic of an iron ore mining activity that began in the 17 th century.
Saturday and next SundayM. to 2 P. M. Free. Pre-
Registration is required. (201)326-7644.
On June 2 and 3, the New Jersey Film Festival Faust was released at 7: 00. M. Tickets: $4.
Rutgers University, University Avenue Campus, George Street and New Brunswick Seminary. (908)932-8482.
RANKOKUS india Conservation Powhattan Renape Nation held the annual American Indian Arts Festival, with more than 100 Native American artists and artists representing 50 tribes in the Americas.
Saturday, next week and Monday, 11M. to 6 P. M. Tickets: $7;
The old man is $3.
Lancaster Road, Westampton town, Burlington County. (609)261-4747.
Single Dance Party "Sunday Night Heat", a 50-person dance party sponsored by a group of 3 to 55-year-old Jewish professionals "Metropolitan Singles. Today, 8 P. M. Admission: $8.
Ramada Clifton East Highway 3 265. (201)736-3200 ext. 381.
A version of this list was printed on page NJ13 of the National edition on May 21, 1995, with the title: Town.
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