A free program will be presented by the Friends of the Middlesex Public Library on Sunday, September 20, at 3:00 p.m., in the Community Room. Walter Choroszewski celebrates New Jersey’s historic contributions to American cinema and TV—from Edison’s Black Maria Studio to the numerous Jersey born artists that have starred on the big and little screens. Walter showcases NJ as the birthplace of silent film and covers NJ’s popularity as a location for movies & reality TV.
A free concert will be presented by the Friends of the Middlesex Public Library on Sunday, September 27, at 3:00 p.m., in the Community Room. The Florian Schantz Jazz Combo specializes in delivering traditional jazz programs covering early 20th Century ragtime and traditional jazz. Some songs are now obscure and some are familiar, but we guarantee that you will walk away with a smile. Come hear this amazing band, led by 12 year old Florian!
The Friends of the Middlesex Public Library are looking for an energetic volunteer to head our Fundraising Efforts. If you have experience in Fundraising and want to make a difference in your community, we need you! Grant writing experience is a plus, but not a requirement. For more information or to apply, please email us: email@example.com
Eleanor became an inspiration to people of good will all around the world. Her life and work has made our country and our world a better place to live. This play illuminates the steps along her journey. Join Linda Kenyon as she portrays Eleanor in striking realism.
Edith Anderson is a local treasure and legendary pianist. We are honored to welcome this 99 year old entertainer once again at our library. Edith will perform popular songs from the 1920’s through the 1940’s, as well as a selection of classical and ragtime pieces.
Annie Oakley was one the most famous women of her day. The petite sharpshooter competed in a sport dominated by men. Kim Hanley portrays Annie and is eager to share her inspiring life story. Like Oakley, Hanley has created her own costume, and can ride and shoot. And like Oakley, Hanley is committed to family, education, and philanthropic causes.
Annie Oakley: Aim for a High Mark is portrayed by Kim Hanley and produced by the American Historical Theatre. (www.ahtheatre.org) Thanks go to The Horizons Speakers Bureau of the NJ Council for the Humanities for providing this event.
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