Check out some of the events going on this coming week:
United Way Caregivers Coalition Munch & Learn Educational
300 Executive Dr, West Orange, NJ 07052 (Patient Care, Suite 175)
Wednesday 6 to 7:30 p.m.
CAREGIVERS – Join us for this free Dinner seminar. Presented by Dr. Suganthini Umakanthan and Rashmi Aggarwal, RN, MSN, APN-C, Center for Geriatric Health Care at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center. Call for reservation: 973.746.4040, x209
Mayor Parisi – Open Office Hours
66 Main Street, WO
Thursday 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
No appointment needed. Stop by and share you concerns and thoughts on the Township of West Orange.
The Blow-Out Lounge
Anthony Roberts Salon, 279 Bloomfield Ave, Verona
Thursday 5 to 9 p.m.
This Fabulous Blow-Out treatment starts off with a 10 minute invigorating scalp massage followed by a GKhair conditioning mask which eliminates frizz up to 6 weeks and is topped off by an amazing Blow-out by one of our talented stylist. Enjoy music, food, desserts and clothing & accessories from Just Strut Doll. Come Visit the all new state of the art ANTHONY ROBERT SALON! Cost: $50
West Orange Farmers Market
Parking Lot behind the West Orange Town Hall
Friday 12 to 6 p.m.
Local farmers including Stony Hill Gardens and Valley View Farms, will be back with loads of fresh produce, including delicious Jersey-grown tomatoes and sweet Jersey corn. Gourmet Dried Fruits and Nuts are back with their great selection of goodies.
Sensational Senior Social
West Orange Public Library,
Friday 2 to 3 p.m.
Come and enjoy Fun and Games.
Vita and Virginia
Luna Stage, 555 Valley Road, West Orange
Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00pm, Sundays at 3:00pm
New Jersey Premiere of ‘Vita and Virginia’ by Eileen Atkins, adapted from correspondence between Virginia Woolf and Vita Sackville-West. Vita Sackville-West was a wealthy socialite and aspiring poet. Virginia Woolf was of more modest means, and widely considered to be a brilliant writer. Yet, these two women shared a long and complex relationship. Told mostly through letters that sparkle with wit and insight, Vita and Virginia sheds an intimate and provocative light on these two visionaries as they negotiate what it means to be a sexual woman in their respective worlds. Admission: $35
Halloween Party and Extreme Walker Band at SuzyQue's
SuzyQue’s BBQ & Bar, 34 S. Valley Road, WO
Saturday 8:30 p.m.
Great music,great food,refreshing drinks! What better than a night out! Come to Our Halloween Party and don't forget to come in costume! Prizes and Giveaways for those who participate!
Hat City Kitchen & Emotional Rex present Vampire Ball 2012
Hat City Kitchen, 459 Valley Street, Orange
Saturday 8 p.m.
Sharpen your fangs and join us for a spooky Vampire Ball in our lounge. $5 cover to see Emotional Rex and The Bloomingfields perform live. Tasteless trophies will be awarded to the best costumes! It's gonna be a blast so we'll see you there!
459 Valley Road, Orange
Sunday 2 to 5 p.m.
The Friends of Thomas Edison National Historical Park invite you to get into the Halloween spirit with a viewing of the first motion picture adaptation of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein. The 15 minute Frankenstein, released by the Edison Company in 1910, was believed lost to posterity until a single print was discovered in the mid-70s. Join us at the Hat City Kitchen at 2:00 on Sunday, October 28 for a showing of this innovative film.
Israeli Art Expo
Morris & Miriam Hammer Campus, 300 Pleasant Valley Way, West Orange.
October 27 – 31
B’nai Shalom will host a celebration of Israeli culture from Saturday evening, October 27 through Wednesday, October 31. Highlights include an Israel Art Expo with artist Moshe Bar Kocva, a concert of music by American Jewish composers, activities for children and a discussion with Gil Hoffman, JNF presenter and chief political correspondent for The Jerusalem Post. The Israel Arts Expo is free of charge and open to everyone. Click here for schedule.