Art Reception – Friday evening, June 2, 2017

Please join us for the opening reception of:

“A Look Back: Selected Works by Jon Taner”
Friday evening, June 2, 2017
6:30 – 8:30pm

The public is welcome. Come meet the artist!
For more information about the gallery, please click here.

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13th Annual Two Piano Festival – May 21, 2017

THIS SUNDAY, May 21st at 3pm
Join us at 3pm for the 13th Annual Two Piano Festival!

Six duo piano teams will perform a wide selection of music, including works by Poulenc and Rachmaninoff. Pianists include Jacqueline Schiller-Audi, Diane Battersby, Michelle Kuo, Christopher Kuo, Deborah Goodell, Angelyn W. MacWilliams, Dorothy Kane, Susan LaFever, Ron Levy, Michael S. Caldwell, Anna Katznelson, Rebecca Altshul, and Ruth Kotik.

Admission fee: $20
Location: Anderson Hall
Sponsored by the Unitarian Society of Ridgewood Society Café Concerts

The Festival raises money for a scholarship for a student pianist awarded by The Professional Music Teachers’ Guild of NJ.

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Film and Discussion this Friday, May 19, 2017

This Friday, May 19, 2017, the Peace & Justice Committee will present the film: “Citizen Koch” All are welcome!

7:30 pm – 10pm
Refreshments will be served. Donation welcome.

About the Film:
“AMERICA THEY’RE COMING FOR YOU NEXT!” That’s the warning from a Wisconsin state employee after her union rights were destroyed by a Republican governor funded by corporate and billionaire donors whose ultimate goal is to break the unions nationwide — and cripple the labor-backed Democratic party. Set against the rise of the Tea Party in the aftermath of the US Supreme Court’s 2010 Citizens United ruling, a citizen uprising to recall Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker collides with the Tea Party-aligned “Americans for Prosperity,” a group founded and lavishly financed by two of the world’s richest men — David and Charles Koch. As Republican working class voters find themselves in the crosshairs of their own party and its billionaire backers, they are forced to choose.

Representatives from the organization Represent Us will be attending. It is the nation’s largest nonpartisan grassroots anti-corruption campaign. The campaign is bringing conservatives, progressives, and everyone in between to stop political bribery, end secret money and fix our broken elections. In this time of political uncertainty, we need to work together to take back our government.

Location: Fellowship Hall
Come join the Discussion.

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