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PARTY LIKE AN IRONMAN! A Fundraiser to Benefit the Alzheimer’s Association & Richard A. Nest Senior Citizens Center

 

                                 Ironman cyclist and crowd.  Photo Credit:  Alex Gomez

 

          Party Like An Ironman, a post-Ironman U.S. championship party and fundraiser, will be held on Friday, October 5 from 6-8 p.m. at Assembly Steak House Restaurant, 495 Sylvan Avenue, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey.  The celebration will benefit the Athletes to End Alzheimer’s, a chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association, and programming for seniors at the Richard A. Nest Senior Citizens Center in Fort Lee.  Admission is a $20 cash donation.


            The party will celebrate and thank all the volunteers, vendors, athletes, government officials, emergency personnel, and event organizers involved in the inaugural Ironman U.S. Championship (IMNY) event held in Fort Lee, sections of Bergen and Rockland Counties and New York City on August 11.  Complimentary hors d'oeuvres and a cash bar will be provided.  Triple Platinum DJs will keep the floor rockin'. 


            TriTrekker.com, the producer of the celebration and an official sponsor of the inaugural IMNY, will present a special video tribute of the Ironman event.  The company will also raffle a fully produced and edited 30-second Internet ready commercial to a lucky business owner.  Prizes will also be raffled from other sponsors. 

            Donna Brennan, a partner of TriTrekker.com, recorded the day-long event with a team of videographers and edited and co-produced with Maxim Almenas the video tribute.  Almenas, a partner of TriTrekker LLC, was a first time Ironman participant in the IMNY and trained with the Athletes To End Alzheimer's team.  He completed the Ironman in 16 hours and 28 minutes.

            For more details and updates about this special event, call 201-478-1841  or RSVP at https://www.facebook.com/events/426416297395121/.

 

About TriTrekker


            TriTrekker LLC is a hybrid media company specializing in coverage of triathlons, running and cycling events and producing commercials, infomercials and programming for travel, education, and corporate videos.  For more information about the company, visit TriTrekker.com.

 

DR. JAMES GARVIN, JR. & RIA HAWKS NAMED TO VERISMO OPERA’S BOARD OF DIRECTORS

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                                                    Dr. James Garvin, Jr.

 

 

Dr. James Garvin , Jr., M.D., Ph.D. and Ms. Ria G. Hawks, MS, CNS, CPN of Englewood, New Jersey have been elected to the Fort Lee-based New Jersey Association of Verismo Opera’s (Verismo Opera) board of trustees.  Dr. Garvin assumed the position of president and Ms. Hawks was named a trustee.

 

Dr. Garvin is Professor of Clinical Pediatrics and Director of the Alfano Family Foundation Program in Pediatric Neuro-Oncology at New York Presbyterian Hospital at Columbia University Medical Center, as well as Attending Physician in Pediatric Oncology in the Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital of New York Presbyterian.  Ms. Hawks is the Pediatric Blood and Marrow Transplantation Coordinator at Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital of New York Presbyterian.    

 

They have been involved with Verismo Opera for four years in various capacities.  In April, Verismo Opera’s Artistic Director/Metropolitan Opera star Lucine Amara presented them with the organization’s Volunteer of the Year awards.  They were recognized for their service on the organization’s advisory board and volunteer contributions.

 

Ms. Hawks has served as a costumer in the company’s costume department and appeared as a supernumerary in various roles, including a mother superior in Il Trovatore and a cigarette vendor in Carmen.  Dr. Garvin has appeared as a supernumerary in several productions and assumed the roles of a cardinal, a scribe, and a member of the firing squad in the company’s 2011 production of Tosca. 

 

Verismo Opera, a community non-profit organization based in Fort Lee, New Jersey, has performed grand opera, provided educational programs, and serviced the region for 22 years.  For more information about the organization, visit its web site, follow the company on Facebook, or call (201) 886-0561.

 

 

 

      

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

New Jersey Association of Verismo Opera to Present Puccini’s Madama Butterfly at Bergen Performing Arts Center

 

 

           Madama Butterfly.  Photo: Marilyn Monsanto

 

 

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The New Jersey Association of Verismo Opera (Verismo Opera) continues the season, A Year of Love, Tragedy, and Suicide, with a grand performance of Giacomo Puccini’s Madama ButterflyVerismo Opera will present this touching, tragic love story of a young geisha and an American sailor set in Japan on Sunday, October 7, 3:00 p.m., at the Bergen Performing Arts Center (bergenPAC), 30 North Van Brunt Street, in Englewood, New Jersey. 

 

Under Artistic Director Lucine Amara, one of the Metropolitan Opera’s luminary performers, Verismo Opera will perform this tragic love story in three acts with a full orchestra.  Sung in Italian with English supertitles, Il Lilica and G. Giacosa’s libretto will be performed with beautiful Sormani sets and a full orchestra.

 

Stage Director and Canadian soprano Evelyn la Quaif directs the new production.  Principal Conductor and Music Director, Anthony Morss, conducts the full opera orchestra and chorus.  Mara Waldman, Chorus Director, returns to lead the Verismo Opera Chorus.  Costumes designed by Catherine Mirabella and Barbara Konig.

 

Tickets may be purchased online, at the bergenPAC box office, and by calling (201) 227-1030 or toll-free at 1-888-PACSHOW.  For special rates for group sales, call (201) 224-2809. 

 

Cast of Stars

           

Soprano StacyLyn Bennett debuts with Verismo Opera in the role of Cio-Cio-San. Recently, she received rave reviews performing the principal role of Susan in Garden State Opera’s production of Santelli’s II Consulente Matrimoniale.  Bennett has appeared in a range of roles, including Mozart’s Elvira in Don Giovanni, Pamina in Die Zauberflote, and Susanna in Le Nozze di Figaro.

 

Philip Alongi, tenor, returns to Verismo Opera to play J.F. Pinkerton.  A native of Manalapan presently residing in Springfield, Alongi performed last the role of the revolutionary painter Cavaradossi in Verismo Opera’s fall 2011 highly successful production of Tosca.   

 

Earlier this year, he played Pinkerton in New Rochelle Opera’s Madama Butterfly.  He has performed over a dozen operatic roles, including Luigi in Il Tabarro with the Lyric Orchestra, Alfredo in La Traviata with Pineda Lyric Opera Company, and Canio in Pagliacci with the Center City Opera Theater of Philadelphia.                      

 

            “The sheer beauty and power of Philip Alongi’s   remarkable voice will  impress all who hear him in this production,” said Amara.

 

Verismo Opera welcomes mezzo-soprano Silvana Chu from New York City in her first appearance with the company as Suzuki, Cio-Cio San’s maid.  Originally from Hong Kong, Chu has appeared on both operatic and concert stages in New York City, performing The Boy in Indian Queen, Cherubino in Le Nozze di Figaro, Pollinesso in Ariodante, and Irene in Atalanta.

 

The 2011 New Jersey Association of Verismo Opera Annual International Vocal Competition first prize winner, baritone Brian B. Carter of Lindenwold, debuts with the company as Sharpless.  Other vocalists debuting with the company are Fred Frabotta from Weehawken as Goro and Kevin Grace, originally from Pottsville Pennsylvania and currently in New York City, as Prince Yamadori. 

 

Frabotta has performed a range of roles, including the Witch in Hansel and Gretel, Goro in Madam Butterfly, and Spoletta in Tosca.  Grace began performing with the New York City Opera in 2005 and has sung the roles of Happy in La fanciulla del West and The Guardsman in Anthony and Cleopatra.  He has also performed as a principal singer with the New York Grand Opera, Boheme Opera, and Bronx Opera.

 

Bass-baritone Steven Fredericks of Tenafly has appeared in several Verismo Opera productions and returns to the company to play Bonze, Cio-Cio San's uncle.  In April 2011, he performed the role of Ferrando in Verismo Opera’s production of Il Trovatore and the previous year, he appeared as Sparafucile in the company’s well received production of Rigoletto.

 

Soprano Marie Anello debuts in Madama Butterfly as Kate Pinkerton.  Anello performed previously with the New Jersey Association of Verismo Opera Chorus in the company’s productions of Aida (2011), Tosca (2011), and Il Trovatore (2012).

 

A family doctor by day, Dr. James Moy of Colts Neck will perform the role of Commissioner.  He made his solo opera debut as the Gypsy in the company’s production of Il Trovatore earlier this year.  Dr. Moy has sung with the Verismo Opera Chorus for over six years in all of the company’s productions, including Tosca, Aida, Rigoletto, and many others.

 

Washington Township resident Howard Gruber will perform the role of Registrar.  He has sung in the Verismo Opera Chorus for three years.  For 32 years, he taught vocal music with the Hillsdale Public Schools. 

 

Funding

           

Madama Butterfly is made possible, in part, with funds provided by the New Jersey Council on the Arts/Department of State, through grand funds administered by the Bergen County Department of Parks, Division of Cultural and Historic Affairs.  Other supporters include the Mary Casella Briggs Memorial Fund, The Gerda Lissner Foundation, Inc., Vanguard Charitable Endowment Fund, Children’s Aid Foundation, Paul Weiss Matching Fund, Robert J. Campbell, MD and Cesare L. Santeramo, KSJ.


For more information about Verismo Opera, visit its web site, follow the company on Facebook, or call (201) 886-0561.

 

Verismo Opera Announces Discount Ticket Initiative



Special Discount Ticket Rates Available in September to see Madama Butterfly

on October 7 at bergenPAC

--New Ticket Rates for Children, Seniors--


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            The New Jersey Association of Verismo Opera (Verismo Opera) is implementing a new initiative to make art forms such as opera available and accessible to more people. 

            “We recognize these are difficult economic times for families, seniors and many others.  Our goal is to make opera performances and productions accessible and affordable to more people through our new discount ticket initiative,” said Lucine Amara, Artistic Director, Verismo Opera.

            Special discount ticket offers are available on specific dates in September to see the company’s production of Giacomo Puccini’s opera, Madama Butterfly, on Sunday, October 7, 3:00 p.m., at the Bergen Performing Arts Center (bergenPAC), 30 North Van Brunt Street, in Englewood, New Jersey.

 

Special 30%, 35% Discounts Available Only in September


            Verismo Opera is offering 35% off from September 6-8 and 30% off from September 20-22 on tickets priced at $55, $45, and $35 ONLY.  These special discount ticket offers may be purchased online at www.bergenpac.org, in person at the bergenPAC box office located at 30 North Van Brunt Street in Englewood, New Jersey, from 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. Monday through Friday and 12 p.m. – 4 p.m. on Saturdays.  For further information, call (201) 227-1030 or toll free at 1-888-PACSHOW.


Special Rates Continue for Senior Citizens, Children, Groups


            Verismo Opera is offering a special ticket rate for senior citizens now through October 7, 2012 to see the production of Madama Butterfly.   Senior citizens, ages 65 and over, purchasing regular-priced $45 or $35 tickets on non-sale dates are entitled to a 10% discount.  This discount is not available online.  Call 201-224-2809 to purchase a ticket.

Verismo Opera continues its tradition of introducing and educating youngsters about the joy of fine music.  The company is offering a reduced ticket rate of $10 for children, ages 12 and under, to see Madama Butterfly.  Children’s tickets may be purchased in person at the bergenPAC box office or by calling (201) 227-1030 or toll free at 1-888-PACSHOW.  

            The company is offering discounted group ticket rates that are not available online.  For special rates for group sales only, call (201) 224-2809.

             Full-priced tickets may be purchased at online at www.bergenpac.org, in-person at the bergenPAC box office, or by calling (201) 227-1030 or toll-free at 1-888-PACSHOW.  

            For more information about the New Jersey Association of Verismo Opera, visit its web site, www.njavo.org, follow the company on Facebook at http://bit.ly/9JXTP8, or call (201) 886-0561.

 

 

LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS PRESENTS DEMOCRACY IN THE BALANCE. THE AFFECTS OF MONEY ON ELECTIONS.

      

 

 

        The League of Women Voters of Northern Valley (LWVNV) will hold a discussion, “Democracy in the Balance. The Affects of Money on Elections and Its Impact on Democracy.” The public is invited to attend this open meeting that will be held first on Tuesday, September 11 at 12:30 p.m. at the Leonia Public Library, 227 Fort Lee Road, in Leonia, New Jersey.  The same program will be repeated that day at the Closter Public Library, located at 280 High Street, at 7:30 p.m.  Admission is free.

 

Campaign Finance

       “Since the League of Women Voter’s (League) beginning in 1920, when women gained the vote, working for voters’ rights has been a cornerstone of the organization.  Campaign finance has been a major focus of the League since the 1970s.  Our current position on the issue of campaign finance calls for the full disclosure of campaign contributions and a fair, open and accessible electoral process.  The goal of these meetings in Bergen County is to explore briefly the topic of how money affects our elections and how this impacts our democracy,” said Lucy Heller, president of the League of Women Voters of Bergen County and a member of the board of directors of the LWVNV.

 

         A facilitator will guide the discussion using background material provided by the League of Women Voters of Concord-Carlisle, as well as Amherst and Sudbury in Massachusetts.  The meetings will educate and inform the electorate.  Information provided or discussed should not be viewed as an endorsement or opposition of any candidate or political party by the League of Women Voters.

 

         The League of Women Voters of Northern Valley draws members from Alpine, Bergenfield, Cliffside Park, Closter, Cresskill, Demarest, Dumont, Edgewater, Emerson, Englewood, Englewood Cliffs, Fort Lee, Hackensack, Harrington Park, Haworth, Hillsdale, Leonia, Montvale, New Milford, Northvale, Norwood, Old Tappan, Park Ridge, River Vale, Tenafly, Washington Township, Woodcliff Lake and the surrounding area.

         For more information about the League of Women Voters of Northern Valley, visit www.lwvbergen.org, contact (201) 947-0756 or send an inquiry to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

 

LUCINE AMARA INVITES SINGERS TO AUDITION FOR VERISMO OPERA CHORUS

 

 

 

Lucine Amara, Artistic Director of the New Jersey Association of Verismo Opera (Verismo Opera), announces that auditions for the Verismo Opera Chorus will be held on Wednesday, September 5 at 7:00 p.m. and Saturday, September 8 at 1:00 p.m. at 44 Armory Street in Englewood, New Jersey.  Vocalists, amateur and professional, are invited to attend and learn more about the opportunities available to sing in the Verismo Opera Chorus. 

 

“We give artists and musicians from the local area a stage to present and hone their talents.  For those beginning their professional singing careers, we offer a rare opportunity to learn essential stage skills, including voice projection, performing with a full orchestra, appearing in full costume and much more,” said Amara.

 

Choristers will perform in Verismo Opera’s fall production of Madama Butterfly at the Bergen Performing Arts Center (bergenPAC) in Englewood, New Jersey on Sunday, October 7 at 3:00 p.m.   Applicants should bring one or two songs to perform.  An accompanist will be provided.

 

Sight-reading ability is definitely a plus, but not necessary.  No prior stage experience is required.  Download an application from Verismo Opera’s web site.  For information or to schedule an appointment to audition for the chorus, call (201) 886-0561.        

 

Funding

 Madama Butterfly is made possible, in part, with funds provided by the New Jersey Council on the Arts/Department of State, through grand funds administered by the Bergen County Department of Parks, Division of Cultural and Historic Affairs.  Other supporters include the Mary Casella Briggs Memorial Fund, The Gerda Lissner Foundation, Inc., Vanguard Charitable Endowment Fund, Children’s Aid Foundation, Paul Weiss Matching Fund, Robert J. Campbell, MD and Cesare L. Santeramo, KSJ.

 

For more information about Verismo Opera, visit www.njavo.org, follow the company on Facebook or call (201) 886-0561.

 

 

 

 

Celebrating 92 Years of Voting Power. League of Women Voters of Northern Valley Celebrates Women's Equality Day.

Community Beat


League of Women Voters of Northern Valley Recognizes Anniversary of the

19th Amendment


August 26th marks the 92nd anniversary of the 19th constitutional amendment granting women the right to vote.  The League of Women Voters of Northern Valley (LWVNV) will celebrate this milestone on Women’s Equality Day by preparing voters for this fall’s big election.


“This year on Women’s Equality Day, our focus it to protect voting rights for all and ensure that everyone who is eligible to vote can," said Joyce Luhrs, a member of the LWVNV board of directors and public relations chair.  Founded in 1920, the League does not support or oppose candidates and is not affiliated with any political party.  We want everyone to exercise the right to vote.” 


Luhrs stressed that the first step is to register to vote.  “Our foremothers understood that voting provides citizens with the ability to impact the critical issues facing their communities.  People need to register to vote.  This fall, LWVNV members from over 20 towns in Bergen County will work to make democracy strong through voter registration drives, educational forums, and local advocacy,” she stated.


Learn more about LWVNV’s upcoming events and how to become a member at http://www.lwvbergen.org/.  For further information about the League of Women Voters of Northern Valley, contact (201) 947-0756 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
 
For information about the election process, including polling place locations and hours, information directly from the candidates regarding their vision for America’s future, absentee ballot and early voting options, registration deadlines, ID requirements, and much more, visit www.vote411.org.  

About League of Women Voters
The League was an outgrowth of the 19th amendment passed in 1920 giving women the right to vote.  With 800 local Leagues throughout the country, the organization gained prestige by maintaining its nonpartisanship; sponsoring candidates’ forums for local, state and national elections; holding registration drives; disseminating nonpartisan information on candidates; and holding public meetings to discuss current issues.  League membership is open to both men and women of voting age who support its mission. 
 
The League of Women Voters of Northern Valley draws members from Alpine, Bergenfield, Cliffside Park, Closter, Cresskill, Demarest, Dumont, Edgewater, Emerson, Englewood, Englewood Cliffs, Fort Lee, Hackensack, Harrington Park, Haworth, Hillsdale, Leonia, Montvale, New Milford, Northvale, Norwood, Old Tappan, Park Ridge, River Vale, Tenafly, Washington Township and Woodcliff Lake.
 
For more information about the League, visit the organization’s website at www.lwvbergen.org.

 

NJ ASSOCIATION OF VERISMO OPERA TO GIVE FREE PERFORMANCE OF "MADAMA BUTTERFLY & FRIENDS" IN LEONIA, NJ

 

Madama Butterfly 2004 Production with Evelyn La Quaif and Tom Hartman.  Photo: Marilyn Monsanto.

 

Opera Star Lucine Amara Scheduled to Appear in Leonia

The New Jersey Association of Verismo Opera (Verismo Opera) returns to Leonia, New Jersey to present its new program, Madama Butterfly & Friends, on Saturday, September 8, 2012, from 4:00-5:00 p.m.  The public is invited to attend this FREE program at the Leonia Public Library, 227 Fort Lee Road.

Verismo Opera's cast of stars will sing vignettes from past performances and excerpts from the company’s upcoming production of Madama Butterfly on October 7, 2012 at 3:00 p.m. at the Bergen Performing Arts Center in Englewood, New Jersey. 

Among the singers scheduled to perform in Leonia and their roles in Madama Butterfly are the following:  Verismo Opera Vocal Competition 2011 first prize recipient Brian B. Carter (Sharpless) from Lindenwold; Steven Fredericks (Bonze) from Tenafly, who has appeared in several Verismo Opera productions, including the spring performance of Il Trovatore; StacyLyn Bennett (Butterfly); Philip Alongi (Pinkerton), a Manalapan native currently living in Springfield, who appeared in the company’s 2011 production of Tosca; and Fred Frabotta (Goro) from Weehawken.

Verismo Opera’s stage director and Canadian soprano Evelyn La Quaif, who assumed the lead the role of Tosca in the company’s 2011production, will also sing.   Metropolitan Opera star and Verismo Opera’s Artistic Director Lucine Amara is also scheduled to make a special appearance.      

For further information about the September 8th performance, contact the Leonia Public Library at (201) 592-5770.  For more information about Verismo Opera, call (201) 886-0561, visit www.njavo.org, and follow the company's updates on Facebook at http://bit.ly/9JXTP8.


VERISMO OPERA OFFERS 2 FOR 1 TICKETS;SPECIAL RATES FOR CHILDREN, SENIORS, GROUPS

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New Jersey Association of Verismo Opera's Madama Butterfly. Photo: Marilyn Monsanto.

 

 

The New Jersey Association of Verismo Opera (Verismo Opera) continues to make the grand world of opera accessible and affordable this season to patrons of all ages.  Under Artistic Director and Metropolitan Opera star Lucine Amara, this nonprofit opera company is offering a special 2 for 1 sale on $45 and $55 tickets available ONLY from August 23-25 to see Giacomo Puccini’s Madama Butterfly on Sunday, October 7, 3:00 p.m., at the Bergen Performing Arts Center (bergenPAC) in Englewood.

 

The 2 for 1 discount tickets may be purchased online at http://www.bergenpac.org, in person at the bergenPAC box office (30 North Van Brunt Street in Englewood) from 11 a.m. - 6 p.m. Mondays through Saturdays or by calling 201-227-1030 or toll free at 1-888-PACSHOW.

 

Special Ticket Rates for Children, Seniors & Groups


Verismo Opera continues its tradition of educating and introducing youngsters to the joy of music.  The company is offering a reduced ticket rate of $10 for children, ages 12 and under, now through October 7.  Children's tickets may be purchased in person at the bergenPAC’s box office or by calling (201) 227-1030 or toll free at 1-888-PACSHOW.

Seniors, ages 65 and over, purchasing regular-priced $45 or $35 tickets on non-sale dates are entitled to a 10% discount. This discount is not available online. Call 201-224-2809 to purchase a ticket or to request information about group ticket rates.

 

 For information about Verismo Opera, visit www.njavo.org, follow it on Facebook http://bit.ly/9JXTP8, or call (201) 886-0561.

 

LEONIA ARTS TO HOLD THIRD MEET & GREET LEONIA ARTISTS

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         Leonia Arts, a nonprofit cultural arts alliance in the borough, is co-sponsoring with the Leonia Public Library the third annual “Meet & Greet Leonia Artists.”  The event will take place on Sunday, September 23 from 4 – 6 p.m. at the American Legion Hall located at 399 Broad Avenue in the town.

 

         The third annual “Meet & Greet Leonia Artists” event is dedicated to the borough’s long history in the arts that continues today with many artists calling Leonia home.  Leonia artists -- photographers, musicians, painters, sculptors, writers, dancers, actors, crafters, multimedia artists, and others—and patrons of the arts in the town are invited to attend.  Artists and supporters of the arts are invited to meet and network with other artists and patrons from the borough, while enjoying wine and cheese and listening to background music.  Artists’ work from various fields, ranging from poetry to paintings and sculptures, will be displayed throughout the hall.

 

         The borough’s lengthy list of prominent artists, musicians, writers, entertainers, and crafts people who have lived in the town over the years include artist Charles Chapman; painter and etcher Grant Reynard; child actor Freddie Bartholomew; actor and director Alan Alda; singer Carmel Quinn; comedian Buddy Hackett; singer Sammy Davis, Jr.; actor, producer, and author Robert Ludlum; and singer and actor Pat Boone.

 

         Arts organizations continue to thrive in the borough.  Several arts organizations are based in the town, including the Players’ Guild of Leonia, SummerStage at Leonia, Sculpture for Leonia, Leonia Reads, and the Leonia Chamber Musicians Society, Inc.

 

         Leonia Arts has a mission to support, stimulate, enhance, promote and connect the arts within the borough and to outer communities.  The grassroots organization supports the arts by connecting the various diverse artists and creative groups in the town often called the “Athens of New Jersey.”  Membership in Leonia Arts is free and available for artists, arts organizations, arts groups, and patrons of the arts in Leonia.

 

         The organization’s web site features an Artist Link page open to Leonia artists in all disciplines.  Artists, who are members of Leonia Arts, may link their web site to the Leonia Arts’ web site.  Borough artists interested in linking their web site and/or contact information to be listed on the relevant subpage, should send the following to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.:  name and type of artist (photographer, actor, dancer, writer, etc.), one photo (optional), web site URL (optional), and a short bio or profile no more than two brief paragraphs in length. 

 

         For more information about the “Meet & Greet Leonia Artists” event or Leonia Arts, contact Leonia Arts President, Kathy Pecht, at 201-944-0510 or send an e-mail to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  Go to www.leoniaarts.org for additional information about the organization, to join Leonia Arts, to view a calendar of upcoming arts events, and much more.

 

 

 

 

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