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The Roxey Ballet Company has auditions for the "Carnival of the
Animals" on Saturday, February 21, at the Canal Studios located at 243
North Union Street in Lambertville. There is a $16 audition fee and a
participation fee of $85 per selected dancer. For additional
information call 609-397-7616, ext. 809, or visit www.roxeyballet.com.
Mercer County Artists 2000 exhibition jurying will take place on
Saturday, February 28, at the Gallery, Mercer County Community
College, 1200 Old Trenton Road, West Windsor. The annual, juried show
is open to any artist over 18 years of age who lives, works, or
studies in Mercer County. All media are eligible except photography.
This is an on-site, live jurying process. Artists drop off one or two
pieces of art between 9:30 a.m. and noon. Any work not selected is
picked up between 3:30 and 5 p.m. the same day.
This year’s juror is Margaret O’Reilly, assistant fine arts curator at
the New Jersey State Museum. Cash awards include the Mercer County
Purchase Awards and the second annual West Windsor Arts Council Prize.
The full prospectus is available for pick up outside the Gallery, or
request a copy by calling or E-mailing your name, full address,
including zip code, and telephone number to: The Gallery at
609-586-4800, ext. 3589, or email@example.com.
The Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition in New Hope has applications for the
2004-2005 juried exhibition open to sculptors working in any media
suitable for outdoor exhibition. Deadline for applications is
Saturday, February 28. Works will be on exhibit for approximately 11
months and accepted artists will be paid a stipend. All works must be
available for sale. More information is at NewHopeArtsInc.org.
Applications are also available at the New Hope Borough Hall, New Hope
Visitor’s Center, and Riverbank Arts in Stockton, or call
Phillips’ Mill Community Association seeks entries for their 12th
Annual PMPE Photograph Show to be held opening Saturday, May 15.
Deadlines: juried entries must be received by Wednesday, March 10;
hand-delivered entries should be presented Friday, March 12; entries
from slides or work prints, Friday, April 30; portfolio entries,
Friday and Saturday, March 12 and 13. 2619 River Road, New Hope. Call
Peter Redman at 215-396-9447.
The Professional Writers Alliance of Mercer County invites high-school
journalists throughout New Jersey and Bucks County, Pennsylvania to
submit their published articles to their Sixth Annual High School
Journalism Contest. Entries should be submitted by mail and postmarked
no later than Thursday, April 1. Winners will be honored at a gala
reception on Saturday, May 8, at the Ellarslie Museum in Trenton.
Winners will receive cash awards ranging from $100 to $25.
Contest rules and the entry form can also be downloaded from
www.pwawriters.org. For more information, contact Laura Muha at
firstname.lastname@example.org; or call 609-758-6533.
Princeton Healthcare System Hospice Program offers an eight-week
volunteer training course beginning on Thursday, March 18, from 5:30
to 8 p.m. Call Helaine Isaacs at 609-497-4959.
New Jersey State Council on the Arts offers guidelines and
applications for its 2004-’05 Folk Arts Apprenticeship Grant Program.
Application workshops have been scheduled for locations throughout the
state. For information call 609-292-6130.
Men Mentoring Men has started a new chapter for Hunterdon and Bucks
county residents. M3 enables men to discuss relationships, intimacy,
careers, fathering, health, and aging. A $15 donation is requested at
each meting. Call 908-707-0774 or visit www.menmentoringmen.org.
Princeton Wild Oats Market seeks prom dresses in good condition for a
their second annual prom dress drive, co-sponsored with YWCA Princeton
and Tender Hearts of Hamilton, an organization for needy and disabled
community residents. Girls will be invited to select dresses at Tender
Hearts. Dresses may be brought to any one of the three sites. Call
Katie DeTurk at 609-924-4993.
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