Monthly Archives: September 2015

October 2015 • Area Events

For more NJ ARTS PROGRAMS • 800.THE.ARTS,,,, (discount tickets) Continue reading

October 2015 • Opportunities

CALL FOR PROPOSALS • ARTWORKS TRENTONArtworks Trenton is looking for instructors to teach unique adult education workshops on Saturdays in 2016. If you have an interesting take on a traditional process or work with your chosen media in a way that pushes the envelope, please contact us. Continue reading

October 2015 • Senior Center

Open 8:30–4:30pm weekdays
For more information/registration,
call 732.329.4000 ext. 7670
For South Brunswick residents over 55

October 1 • 12:30pm, Movie, True Story Continue reading

October 2015 • The Gallery

post card FLORA FAUNA Mordetsky

It’s a Feast, Valerie Williams; They Were Alive, Chi Mak; Museum of Hope, Ed Belding

Classic Subjects: Flora and Fauna
October 9 to December 31, 2015
 Reception Friday, October 9, 6:30 to 8PM

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October 2015 • Jazz Cafe

10/2 – DARLA RICH Quartet

Darla Tarpinian (bass/vocals)
Rich Tarpinian (guitar/vocals)
David Stier (drums)
Lars Wendt (trombone/trumpet/flugelhorn)


Rich and Darla

Darla and Rich Tarpinian has performed in a variety of settings and their music has been appreciated by audiences of all ages across a variety of venues throughout New Jersey since 2003. Continue reading

September 2015 • The Gallery

Exhibit runs through October 2, 2o15

The Gallery in the South Brunswick Municipal Building
540 Route 522, Monmouth Junction, is open 8:30-4:30pm weekdays and evenings when meetings are scheduled.


Quin by Tracy Kociolek, Untitled by Twila O’Connell, Moose Caboose by Betty Ann Snediker, Loving Brooklyn by Ellen Kazar and Sanctuary by Laurie Budhu

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September 2015 • Jazz Cafe

Herb Eckert Auditorium in the Senior Center
South Brunswick Municipal Complex
540 Route 522, Monmouth Junction


Admission $6 at the door; doors open 7:30pm
No Advance Ticket Sales • No Reservations
Information: 732.329.4000 x7635 •
For more jazz throughout the state,

Vocalist Laura Hull

With influences ranging from Rosemary Clooney and Carmen McRae to Patsy Cline and k.d. Lang, Laura Hull delivers an extraordinary combination of rich, sultry, and expressive vocals with music drawn from an extensive repertoire of American popular songs, jazz standards, and her original compositions.

A native of New York City, Laura took the first steps of her musical journey at the age of seven when she appeared in an all-girls summer camp production of The King and I. Through her formative years, the road led her to the resorts of upstate New York’s fabled Catskill Mountains, where she learned to sing in a variety of genres and styles. She spent time as a versatile session and jingle singer and showcased her singing at clubs in and around New York City After a 24-year hiatus from music to pursue a business career, Laura returned to live performance in 2004. In her many performances since, she has emerged as a melodic jazz singer with a real feel for the Great American Songbook.


10/2 – Darla Rich Quartet

11/6 – Shikantaza

12/11 – Wenonah Brooks and Company

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