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Senior Citizen Advisory Committee

  1. Summer Seminar Series: New Jersey Folk Revival

    July 25, 2019, 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM @ Helen Whitney Chase Auditorium

    Michael Gabriele talks about the current folk music scene in New Jersey. He will speak about the contents of his book, New Jersey Folk Revival Music, which traces the history of the genre of folk revival music and how it has evolved over the years. Michael is a lifelong resident of New Jersey, and a graduate of Montclair State University. He has worked as a writer and journalist for more than forty years. He is a member of the executive board of the Nutley Historical Society and serves on the advisory board of the Clifton Arts Center.

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  2. Summer Seminar Series: Born and Raised as Muslim Americans

    July 29, 2019, 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM @ Helen Whitney Chase Auditorium

    Tariq Sharif & Mazher Ahmad speak on this interesting topic. Two American-born-and-raised Muslim men, one of Immigrant Pakistani parents, and one of American-born Caucasian convert parents. Both are intensely loyal and proud of their American identity. Both are devout practicing Muslims raising families in New Jersey. Are there conflicts between their Muslim and American identities? Do they face prejudice or bias in their lives? How are they forging a path of faith in today's America? Find out at this fascinating seminar.

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  3. From Great Estates to Public Gardens Wednesday, Jul. 31, 7:00pm

    July 31, 2019, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM @ Helen Whitney Chase Auditorium

    What may be a surprise to many Morris County residents is that within a short driving distance there are hundreds of public gardens. Most of them are free and offer an incredible variety of plants and designs. In some instances these gardens were once part of a private estate and the original mansion may be open for viewing. This presentation covers a range of gardens from pocket size to multi-acre arboretums. Pictures are shown of each garden along with access information and the speaker’s highly subjective rating. A list of all local gardens will be provided. This program will be presented by Bill Moran, Speaker's Bureau Master Gardeners of Morris County Rutgers Cooperative Extension.

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