You would think that being sick would have meant plenty of time to work on my blog, but being sick was all about watching A Bronx Tale, Red Dawn and Law & Order. That is rest, now back to work.
Thanks to everyone who came out last Friday for Dylan Egon’s Faith and Fate opening. With a second thanks to The Black Hollies for playing it. Dylan’s artwork will be up for the next few weeks, come by for an event or on the weekends to check it out.
This Saturday we have an all ages Matinee at 58. Locals; Straight Jacket Mind, Youth Against Nature, and Olde Ghost are joined by Philly’s Retard Strength and Bayone’s MisSpent Youth. Eric Fuzzco from the Subway Surfers will fill in the gaps with a laptop and a wire. The first band is on at 4:15, I’m crashing my highschool reunion afterwards so don’t be late.
Tonight, Max (Water under Water) Patrick Suler, Christina Alessi (from Hey Tiger!) – not sure if james is 100% in yet and musical moments to the Visual and Verociferal art work of Christopher Silk at the Lex Leonard Gallery. Things roll after 7:47 pm. Also, Saturday is experiment Jazz Night with Home Field Advantage.
Next Thursday is the Grand Opening of another local gallery in Jersey City. The Lucy Gallery ( corner of Wayne and Varick) opens on the 24th. Trish Szymanski is Gallery Lucy’s curator and manager. The first exhibit focuses on the “The Art of a Wedding ” and features works by the photographers Stefanie Jasper and Paul Sky, whom are also instrumental in establishing the gallery.
The Reservior is looking for Volunteers to help with events We’re looking for Volunteers each Saturday from May 12th through October 27th. Hours will be from 10am-2pm and 2pm-6pm. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if interested–
Masha’s cat had cats want some ? from Masha : Hey everyone,You all know that I have some cuuute kittens in need of good homes!There are still 3 (out of 5) that still need someone..Below is a link to my flickr page with lots of kitten pix, that I will continue updating. Please pass along this email to friends etc.They will be ready to be given away aprox mid-end of June.Today (05/15/07) they are 3 weeks old..Check them out:http://www.flickr.com/photos/61503555@N00/sets/72157600120674541/Thanks a lotMashaCall me at973.432.6848 Or email me email@example.com
Sebastian is looking for a sublet for June : Wanna take a month off ? firstname.lastname@example.org
Looking for a roommate ?
I am a member of Gaia Studio in Hoboken, a high school teacher, and an artist working in the Jersey City/Hoboken area. I am looking for a place to live.A lease starting on or about August 1st. I would be able to move earlier in the summer if neccessary. I can afford approximately $700/mo. I would like to either live alone or in an apartment with female roommates only. I would need the apartment to be close to the NJ turnpike. if you know of any opportunities or availabilities please contact me at email@example.com
Eclectic Bassoon Weekend @ The Lex Leonard Gallery Artwork by Christopher Silk – special musical guests (see above)
Grace Church’s Local Filmmakers’ Showcase – 7 pm – FREE
@ The Corkscrew 9 pm (check links for dj schedule)
Grace Van Vorst Church Breakfast Plus program email firstname.lastname@example.org . to volunteer
Grace Van Vorst Church Breakfast Plus program email email@example.com . to volunteer
Open Mic Nights at The Corkscrew
DJ Nuygen – spinning AfroBeat @ Bar Majestic FREE 9 pm Move Screenings begin @ 8 pm
The Assention of Tim, the Bartender @ Lucky 7’s – Check their link for Acoustic Acts
DJ Chuck Daly @ Lucky 7’s 9 pm to 1 am $1 PBR’s
“Art of Wedding” : Grand Opening of GALLERY LUCY 138 Wayne Street at Varick Street intaglio photographic prints of wedding images by photographers Stefanie Jasper and Paul Sky 7-9pm Catering by Soul Flavors Music by DJ SkyzLimit www.myspace.com/gallerylucy 917.536.2682
DJ Chuck D @ the Lamp Post 10 pm
??? @ The Iron Monkey Free 10 pm
Free Form Thursdaze at the Waterbug Underground. 11:00 pm. $3 admission. $2 Yeungling all night long. Poetry, comedy, hip hop, and folk. 11:00 – 12:00 best featured performers in Jersey City, 12:00-1:30 open mic. #7 Eerie Street in the basement of Rolon s Keyhole Bar. http://www.thewaterbughotel.com/
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May 25th The Meltdowns @ the Luna Lounge (the burg)
May 26th Private – Pirate Party @ 58 (no invite no party)
May 30th Blackhole Wednesday @ 58
June 1st JC Friday
June 8th Lismore Tour Kick-off Party at the Cake shop
June 9th American Watercolor Movement @ Newark Art Festival
June 29th Kilsy, Emergency Party, Sounds of Greg D, American Watercolor Movement @ Luna Lounge (Williamsburg)
JC Department of Love and Leisure
Hey everyone,Our new band, The Special Moves, is playing our first show in Jersey City at the Iron Monkey next Friday, the 18th at 10pm. all other info is on our myspace page…www.myspace.com/thespecialmovesbandBecause we’ve JUST decided on a name, we’re currently listed as “the off world colonies” on the Iron Monkey & Jersey City shows page. Sorry for the confusion! And hopefully I’ll get my act together soon. Hope to see at least one of you there.ck
Saturday May 19th, 9PMThe Alphabet Loungewww.alphabetnyc.com104 Avenue C (bwtn. 6th & 7th St.) NYCSo come on down, we got a few new songs for yah. And we’ll hold your hands, we’ll have a few drinks, all the while wondering are we gonna get hopped up enough to make some bad decisions? …. LOL:) -plastiq passionwww.plastiqpassiontheband.comwww.myspace.com/plastiqpassion ah yes and don’t forget to leave a review for our EP-I Can’t Waithttp://cdbaby.com/cd/plastiqpassion THANKS!
as the first iMPULSE single nearly drops, we’re playing one last show where our music is available only in digital form. So join us saturday night to celebrate digital. Also celebrate our new t-shirts. Also, we need models for our web page (www.the-impulse.com, which now has a merchandise section), so bring your sexy self to the Iron Monkey around 11, buy a $6 shirt and take a picture with us. Shirts need people people meat to look cool.
Did I mention its a FREE show?
see ya there.
Sunday, May 20 at 2PMThe semi-annual visit by the Ridgewood Gilbert & Sullivan Opera Co.brings “The Yeoman of the Guard or The Merryman and His Maid”.Presented by the J.C. Division of Cultural Affairs and sponsored bythe City of Jersey City and Provident Bank. Admission is free. Friday, June 8 & Saturday June 9Our final screenings for this film season will include AlfredHitchcock’s “Strangers On A Train” on Friday evening with liveappearance by film star Farley Granger.
CreateSpace and Jasper-Sky Photographers are pleased to announce the Grand Opening of
138 Wayne Street at Varick Street
in downtown Jersey City, New Jersey
Gallery Lucy’s inaugural show is
“Art of Wedding”
intaglio photographic prints of wedding images by photographers Stefanie Jasper and Paul Sky through June 21
Thursday, May 24
Catering by Soul Flavors
Music by DJ SkyzLimit
Trish Szymanski is Gallery Lucy’s curator and manager.
See poster attached.
THE INTAGLIO PROCESS (courtesy of Nathan Kanofsky)
Intaglio is a traditional form of printmaking that involves transferring an image from a fixed matrix to paper, usually with the use of an etching press.
Silicone Intaglio is a new hybrid photographic process where a large film is exposed to a light sensitive plate. The parts of the plate that do not receive light are washed away in the developing process, exposing the substrate. The plate is then rolled by hand with oil based ink mixed to the artisty’s color desired. The plate is placed on the press and covered with printmaking paper which is 100% rag cotton. It is then rolled through the press with felt blankets over it pushing the ink into the porous paper fibers and thereby transferring it onto the exposed substrate. The plate is then removed and again hand rolled with ink continuing the process to make multiple impressions.
Gallery Lucy is barrier-free.
www.myspace.com/gallery lucy … 917.536.2682
Alright!So, we got ourselves a gig on a Friday night at the new Luna Lounge in Williamsburg (Brooklyn, not Virginia, although VA is excellent and we will go there this Summer)! We’re opening up at 7:30 on Friday the 25th of May, which is really pretty awesome. After reading about the place from Tris McCall and Jim Testa, and seeing as how we have some good friends out in the burg, I had to get us a gig. We lucked out – Rob who books the Luna tends to be fairly selective of who he puts on, has a good reputation, and giving us this slot he’s expecting us to bring heads! So you should come out and kick it with us, and bring all your friends. We’ve got a whole show planned out, including, yes, The Dance, which I swear we will YouTube soon, due to popular demand. Or you can bring a video cam and do it yourself! We have something special planned or later in the evening, too, for those among you who don’t want to stop dancing with us. In other news, we’re currently cutting a single for two of our new tunes, Club Sedition and Shelter. We tracked it live, we have a couple of things to dub, but it’s almost done and it’s already as a rough mix ten times better than anything we’ve done before. It’s really nice working with a producer who’s been at this a long time, “gets” our music, and works with us so well (Gerry Griffin the Fourth, Temple of Tuneage in Verona). It’s a home studio, we’re getting a free ride, and the quality is top-notch, so we’re quite grateful. Hopefully we’ll have it mixed, mastered, and pressed by late June. Even sooner, if physically possible. Tonight we’re moving in to our new rehearsal space in Jersey City which we are sharing with the good gentlemen from Water Under Water. It doesn’t smell, we can play late, it’s like we’re a REAL band! Like everyone else we know, we’re out of Montclair and moving on to the next chapter. Last Saturday we got our mugs shot by Ms. Colleen Gutwein, who won’t let us see the photos. Colleen helped us choreograph The Dance (which we will teach you, it’s easy!), is helping us coordinate the after-festivities for the 25th, and will be taking care of the scheduling for the short tour we’re going to do. We have a number of good gigs coming up this Summer (Asbury Lanes!), we expect to be doing some short mini-excursions into the South, and it looks like the tour will be a x-country thing in the beginning of August. I’ll let you know as events unfold, but it’s definitely an exciting time for us. Stop by our myspace page which tends to get updated with the gigs sooner than the actual webpage, which tends to be more inane rambling and funny pictures and such. So, to recap:The MeltdownsFriday May 25th 7:30pmLuna Lounge361 Metropolitan Avenue Brooklyn, N.Y. 11211Let’s show the Brooklynites and what kind of crazy we’ve been working on here in New Jersey! Looking forward to seeing you soon,Billy MeltdownP.S. Does anyone want to start a band called The Expensive Haircuts?P.P.S. Adam and I want to do a Daft-Punk esque side project called Four On The Floor.
AS FOR BLACKHOLE:Seriously, you will not get shot at BlackHole. Comedian Donnell Rawlings from The Chappelle Show was shot at after doing a set at Jordan’s Fish and SteakHouse in Jersey City. YOU WILL NOT GET SHOT AT BLACKHOLE. I wasn’t lying when I said, “BlackHole is the only comedy show in Jersey City you won’t get shot at.” The next BlackHole is on May 30th. Check my blog, Fear and Dread, Guilt and Shame for things.Thanks!Melissa
Greetings artists and arts supporters!
Spring is here and new beginnings are in the air for Art House Productions. We are proud to OUR NEW HOME! Hope you can join us for one of these exciting events coming up in May and June 2007.
Keep on creating,
Founder/Artistic Director, Art House Productions
All events listed below will be held at:
Art House Productions
1 McWilliams Place, ROOF, Jersey City
(SE Corner of Hamilton Park near Erie/8th St., old St. Francis Bldg)
AHP sends sincere thanks to Exeter Properties for opening their doors to us.
FRIDAY, JUNE 1ST, 8pm-midnight * FREE
Theatre and music all night long!
THURSDAY, JUNE 7TH * 8-10pm * $5
THE ART HOUSE
Jersey City’s longest running performance series Featuring the area’s hottest poets and musicians Taped for television
Season finale event!!
Featuring Slam Champion
and Director of The Cypher Movement
and Musical Guest
SATURDAY, JUNE 24th, 8pm-midnight
ART HOUSE SUMMER BLOWOUT
Our 3rd Annual Blowout featuring the LIVE MUSIC!!
Bands to be announced…check back soon!
ACTING FOR BEGINNERS: Discovering Your Voice on Stage 5-week acting course offered this spring by CHRISTINE GOODMAN Founding Artistic Director, Art House Productions Producer, Writer and Professional Actor
ACTING FOR BEGINNERS’ comprehensive approach to actor craft will help you embrace yourself as an actor — in a safe, supportive environment. This class is for adults who would like to explore the basics of acting and gain tools to help them feel more confident on stage when speaking or performing in public.
May 22nd – June 19th, 2007
$200 * FIRST SERIES SPECIAL RATE!
Sign up before May 1st for an additional $10 off!
ALL STUDENTS MUST RESERVE BY MAY 15th, 2007
ACTING FOR BEGINNERS Course includes:
* How to acknowledge the audience — and then forget them
* Facing the fear and using it to your advantage
* Is it all a lie? Staying truthful on stage
* Making the magic: how to bring a scene to life
For more information, or to reserve space in our acting class, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (201) 915-9911
“Home is where the ART is”
CATHEDRAL ARTS FESTIVAL 2007
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASECONTACT: Festival Organizer, Claire Guerette (201) 294-1872 (cell)email@example.comTickets, Grace Church Parish Office (201) 659-2211Grace Church Van Vorst Announces its
18th Annual Cathedral Arts Festival
Opening Gala: Saturday, May 5th – 7:30 PM to Midnight
Cathedral Arts Festival, Hudson County’s largest and longest running festival of performing and visual fine arts, will present is 18th year of programming with several cultural events this May.The festival will kick off with a Champagne Gala reception on Saturday, May 5th from 7:30 pm to Midnight. Highlights of the Gala will include sale of art on exhibit from over 80 New Jersey artists including works in painting, photography, glass, fiber, sculpture and more; live auctions of works including pottery and antique church organ pipes; a silent auction of goods and services; fine food, free flowing champagne, dancing, and live music by talented local performers.The festival continues through May 19th with additional events, all of them free to the public. Key events were developed with the assistance of other local Jersey City arts organizations including Pro Arts, JCity Theatre and Art House Productions.
Friday, May 18Local Filmmakers’ Showcase – 7 pm – FREE
Original, short works by local filmmakers. Curated by Claudia Perry & Zoe HauserAll events take place in Downtown Jersey City at Grace Church Van Vorst, 39 Erie St, Jersey City, NJ 07302, 201-659-2211, www.gracevanvorst.org. Our facilities are wheelchair accessible through our 39 Erie St entrance while other guests may enter through the church’s red door around the corner on Second St.Established in 1847, Grace Church Van Vorst is the oldest Episcopal church in Jersey City. The parish has a long history of actively supporting the Hudson County arts community. In addition to the annual Cathedral Arts Festival, Grace Church Van Vorst hosts vital outreach to the Downtown Jersey City community with weekend breakfasts for the hungry, a weekday program for seniors, and art events year round including productions in theater, dance and music.GRACE CHURCH VAN VORST – 39 Erie Street, Jersey City, NJ 07302The Reverend Janet Broderick, RectorPhone: (201) 659-2211 / http://www.gracevanvorst.org/_
Hello folks. This email is a correction to some of the show dates mentioned in the last update.
The correct dates are as follows:
GLEN COLEMAN (Friday May 4)
HOME FIELD ADVANTAGE (Saturdays in May: 5, 12, 19, 26)
CHRIS SILK (Three events in May: Fridays May 11, 18, 25)
MARIA RUBIO (Opening reception during the next JC Fridays: June 1)
KARINA & FRIENDS (Saturday: June 2)
Here’s an update on Karina’s lineup….
Performers include: Dujuana, Christine Goodman, Beth Bentley, Rico Steele and more to come…
PRESS RELEASE FOR JAZZ SERIES——————————————
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Lex Leonard Gallery
EXPERIMENTAL JAZZ COMES TO JERSEY CITY!
Jersey City, NJ, May, 2007 – “HOME FIELD ADVANTAGE – Experimental Jazz in Jersey City” is a musical series organized by jazz musician James Keepnews featuring four groups led by noted practitioners of experimental jazz and improvised music to be held every Saturday in May at Lex Leonard Gallery, 143 C. Columbus Dr., Jersey City, NJ from 8pm – 12am. General admission is $10 each night, $7 for students and seniors with valid ID.
— May 12: Saris – JC resident Harris Eisenstadt on drums: Featuring Sara Schoenbeck on bassoon with special guest Eivind Opsvik on bass.
– May 19: Novela – JC resident Tony Malaby, leader on tenor saxophone, introduces a new band featuring fellow JC residents Nate Wooley on bass and Angelica Sanchez on Wurlitzer piano, along with Kris Davis on Fender Rhodes piano and Jeff Davis on drums.
– May 26: Jason Kao Hwang / EDGE – JC resident Jason Kao Hwang on violin: Featuring Ken Filiano on bass, Andrew Drury on drums and special guest Steve Swell on trombone.
About the scene…
Over the last several years, Jersey City has distinguished itself as an important center for the arts not only locally but globally. Its numerous galleries, arts centers and the support received from local audiences are a testament to a thriving arts scene right across the Hudson River. As a result, more and more artists of every variety are increasingly making Jersey City their home. This is notably true for avant-garde jazz musicians. As the number of spaces within the greater metropolitan area that feature this music has shrunk dramatically in the last few years, musicians increasingly are turning to self-promoted events to keep this vital music alive. James Keepnews is an independent jazz musician and promoter who’s organized a platform for cutting edge jazz for four Saturdays in May.
About the promoter…
James Keepnews is a musician, writer and multimedia artist. He has performed with dozens of bands and performing artists over the course of two decades, including Daniel Carter, George Lewis, Holland Hopson, Joe Giardullo, Linda Montano, Damian Catera and many others. Keepnews received his B.A. in English at Hamilton College in 1988 and attended the Interactive Electronic Arts program (iEAR) at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, receiving his MFA from there in 1998. He is currently preparing several releases for his his record label, Metaharmonc (http://www.metaharmonic.com). For more information on James and other participants of the series please visit http://www.lexleonardgallery.com
ABOUT Lex Leonard Gallery
Lex Leonard Gallery is a new 1400 sq/ft space located in the heart of Downtown Jersey City, New Jersey, 1 block west of the Grove St. Path Station, minutes away from NYC @ 143 Christopher Columbus Drive at Barrow St.
For more information, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://www.lexleonardgallery.com
CURRENT GALLERY HOURS——————–
Thursdays and Fridays from 7 – 8:30pm
Lex Leonard Gallery
143 C.Columbus Drive
Jersey City, NJ 07302
Support Rolon’s Bar.
@ ROLON’S BAR: 7 Erie St.
WATERBUG FREEFROM THURSDAYS: (Every Thursday)
Yes folks, the Bug’s open mic is still tickin after 4 years!
BE OUR FRIEND!
Visit us on http://www.myspace.com/thewaterbughotel
@ ROLON’S BAR: 7 Erie St.
SUNDAY JAM SESSIONS W/ ROLAND RAMOS: (Every Sunday)
Starting this Sunday at Rolon’s basement singer/songwriter Roland Ramos will be conducting jam sessions. PA and drum kit is available on the premises. All are welcomed. Refreshments avail.
BE OUR FRIEND!
Visit us on http://www.myspace.com/thewaterbughotel
PS: I’m planning a group trip to The Bonaroo Music Festival. If interested let me know.
So there you have it folks. Stop by the gallery!
may 19 – bakin fat, dj johnny astronaut
june 2 – agents of karma
wed, june 6 – buzzuniverse
june 9 – djiboutiband
wed, june 20 – jason c of american watercolor movement
june 23 – if 6 was 9
july 14 – house of leaves and bad touch
NEW BEGINNINGS/ANCIENT WISDOM- Group Show at ManaFineArts Gallery
Opens MAY 31st from 6-10pm. Also open for JC Fridays.
This show highlights the work of 12 Artists the RockSoup Arts Collective. The show will feature Paintings, Sculpture, Installations, Graffiti, Mosaic work, Projections and Live Music.
This show will also be the inspiration and kick off to our next event Festa Feniceʼ.
FESTA FENICE- Summer Outdoor Festival- July 14th 10am-10pm
@Power House Arts District
This will be RockSoupʼs grandest Spectacle to date. An all day outdoor Arts& Culture festival in the spirit of the Phoenix ; a mythical bird that symbolized rebirth and renewal.
There will be live music, food and Beer vendors as well as circus performers and live percussion throughout the event. There will also be Artists vendor tables offered to be rented for promotion and sale of artwork.
Availability is limited so email your requests/interest immediately to; Jfathomj@yahoo.com
If youʼd like to volunteer your help with the festival email email@example.com
For more information or if youʼd like to support this Festival so that we can do it annually please go to www.Rocksoupstudios.com
No More Project 001 Gallery??!
Well folks we always knew we couldnʼt have it forever and the time came to let go of our beloved Project 001 Gallery. The space was lent to us while vacant and waiting for a restauranteer to rent the space. We have held many exciting events there and am so grateful for having had a gallery for nearly a year to express our ideas and meet so many of you. RockSoup will still be using 001 Gallery for Special events but will no longer continue its bi weekly programming or hold regular gallery hours. This will allow us to focus more on our giant show at MFA and the Festafeniceʼ.
Itʼs hard to believe that RockSoup is just under a year old , but itʼs true. RockSoup held itʼd first meeting on June 21st 2006. Some two months later we were working with Design Grace and NEW magazine on JCʼs first Creative Guide and then a month after that had our own gallery space. Now RockSoup has taken itself a step further and is in the process of incorporating so we can take advantage of all the wonderful things that go along with being legit. If there are any.
We have many exciting projects planned so if your interested in becoming a part of RockSoupStudios send us a request on our myspace or respond to this email.
**STUDIOS for Rent in RockSoupStudios LOFT SPACE
RockSoup has the great fortune of having itʼs own amazing Loft space to continue working on majore peieces of artwork as well as hold events. Our Loft space at 660 Grand street is 5000 sq ft. Boasts 18ft ceilings, a 2500 sq ft rooftop with view of NYC skyline and with individual studios within the space. We have a DJ boothe, a treehouse, punching bag, climbing rope, and a wood shop in construction.
Spaces range from: Storage and use of $250 per month. Available from 10am-10pm
Private Studios $400-700 per month plus utilities
Studios are available as soon as June 1st and are very selective. Must be working artist with a steady income as well as other criteria. If your interested in joing RS and sharing our great space email John Fathom at Jfathomj@yahoo.com
05/26/2007 10:00 PM – Disaster Us, The Subway Surfers @ Iron Monkey [Edit] [Cancel] 97 Greene St Jersey City, New Jersey US Cost:free Description:Disaster Us-12am Subway Surfers-11pm ——————————————————————————–06/15/2007 08:00 PM – Rockabilly night w/Tombstone Brawlers & The Ogbanje @ Iron Monkey [Edit] [Cancel] 97 Greene St Jersey City, New Jersey US Cost:N/A Description:It’s a Horrorbilly mad house with two of NJ’s best mutant rockers: Tombstone Brawlers and The Ogbanje Plus Horror Movies on the Iron Monkey big screen and lotsa Kustom Kulture SHIT!!!
the Subwway Surfers GIG! June 29th Otto’s Shrunken Head Otto’s Shrunken Head 538 E 14th St New York, NY 10009-3347 Cross Street: Between Avenue A and Avenue B Directions: L at 1st Ave Subway Surfers make their triumphant return to Otto’s after their killer Halloween show w/The Dark Marbles & Trash Mavericks ————————————– Like 80s Punk & New Wave? Check out Fuzzco’s Podcast: http://zerohour.podomatic.com/ “Subway Surfers are the kind of band Friday nights were made for.”-Robin Eisgrau, JC Downtown magazine”Rock n’ roll is supposed to be fun. The Subway Surfers are fun. They get it.”-Bill Kelly, The Teenage Wasteland, WFMU-FM”Sounds like some great 45 lost since 1977.”-Lindsay Hutton, The Next Big Thing”If people don’t go see you guys play…they’re #!$%*& stupid.”-Jennifer Loveless, Musicologist & Rock Chickhttp://www.subwaysurfers.com/F.B.C./K.A.R. !!!
Spring greetings!You are invited to perform spoken word, poetry, voice or music, bring your own small amp and mike if needed. During 12 pm – 6:30 pm Friday June 1st, 2007, in the Caucus Room, City Hall, 280 Grove Street – Second floor, Jersey City, NJ. The Caucus Room is a large board room about 20 x 40 feet being used for art gallery space. My TREE show is the second in a series in praise of trees in all their manifestations. Trees as glorious elements of nature, as shelter, nurture, medicine, as symbols, as elements of our community, part of our history, parts of our imaginations, our inner expressions of love, and more … in fact anything that inspires you, whether related to trees or not, is welcome. Another celebration of nature and life. Please respond as soon as possible with your preferred performance time 12 pm – 6:30 pm, Friday, June 1st.Happy spring!
just so ya know…. !NP! + WJ and THE SWEET SACRIFICE + STUYVESANT rock CLASH BAR in CLIFTON on JUNE 8th…. maybe see ya thursday? i’ve been lifting some serious trees, so i may or may not make it….