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Friday, September 30, 2011

A couple more events for this weekend…plus a few in the future.

RVCC BRINGS AUSTRALIA’S “STRANGE FRUIT” TROUPE TO 3 VENUES FOR FREE PERFORMANCES THIS WEEKEND

The Three Belles
Australia's Strange Fruit

Sat., Oct. 1 at 11AM & 2 PM at Califon Orchards, 472 County Road 513

Sun., Oct. 2 at 1 & 2:30 PM at Somerville Street Fair, Main & Bridge Sts.

Many of you will remember Australia's Strange Fruit and their performance Swoon, which RVCC brought to locations across the counties in 2008 (QuickChek Festival of Ballooning) and 2009 (Flemington, Clinton, Bound Brook, Branchburg and Somerville).

If you saw the company, you know they are an indescribable blast.

They're back this year in three locations with their new performance The Three Belles. Hope you join attend,  AND, bring a camera.

 

“UNITY DAY” - sponsored by the Bernardsville Chamber of Commerce. This fun filled family event, benefiting the Bernardsville Fire Company/FirstAid Squad (an all volunteer organization) and The Bernardsville Senior Citizens Center.

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Open Barbecue , music provided by The Jill Express. Step up and take part in the “open mic” to showcase your talents by singing your favorite song, or bring your iPod to sing along!  Talented performers of all ages are welcome to share their talent and sing with the band. Plus rides and attractions for children.

CALLUM'S WALK: A family fun walk to raise awareness for Fragile X Syndrome and Autism. Saturday, October 8 from 9:30 a.m., to noon at Duke Island Park in Bridgewater. For further information or to register: www.callumswalk.com -or- http://www.callumswalk.com.php5-20.dfw1-1.websitetestlink.com/registrationform.pdf

 

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imageWeekend Journey through the Past

Event Overview - - -

The Somerset County Cultural & Heritage Commission, in conjunction with local historical organizations, has designated the weekend of October 8 & 9, 2011, "Weekend Journey through the Past." During the two-day period, twenty-two of the County's significant historic sites will be open from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm on Saturday and 12:00 am to 4:00 pm on Sunday. Many of the sites have planned special exhibits, programs, and tours. Admission and parking at each site are free.

The sites have been grouped into three convenient tours by location: Northern, Central, and Southern Somerset County. A scenic route plan with driving directions has been prepared for each of the three tours.

This annual event is a perfect opportunity for a family outing. A visit to the County's historic sites offers a unique educational experience for all ages, as well as a chance to visit some of Somerset County's most picturesque and unspoiled areas.

Many of the sites have significant Revolutionary War histories and have contributed to the area's designation as the "Crossroads of the American Revolution State Heritage Area". Local historians will be on hand to share their knowledge and stories about Somerset County's history.

Rocky Hill Reformed Church

Old Millstone  Forge

HUNGER WALK

Community Soup Kitchen (CSK) is holding its annual Hunger Walk fundraiser in Morristown on Sunday, October 16, from 1 – 3 P.M. Members of the Bernardsville Middle School (BMS) Youth Council -- BMS BRIGADE -- will be walking, but this event is open to anyone. SO come walk with us OR if you can’t, follow this link to sponsor one of our walkers: http://www.active.com/donate/HungerWalk11/TeamBMSBrigade

 

GHOST TALES OF A WEARY TRAVELER

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TEEN CENTER AT THE Y – THE COFFEEHOUSE Oct. 21st  7:00PM

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