Call for Photography
Call for Films
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Top Of PageOn Stage
Theater at Raritan Valley College seeks a dog to take a walk-on role in "Camelot" on Friday, September 19, at 8 p.m. A cute, scruffy dog with a pleasant demeanor and an understudy are needed. Call 908-725-3420 or E-mail email@example.com.
Actors’ Net of Bucks County will hold auditions on Saturday and Sunday, September 30 and October 1, from 1 to 4 p.m., at the Heritage Center, 635 North Delmorr Avenue, Morrisville, PA. Auditioners should prepare either contrasting monologues or a song and a monologue. Bring sheet music or prerecorded accompaniment. Call 215-295-3694 to reserve a 10-minute appointment.
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Gallery 14, the cooperative fine art photography gallery in Hopewell, will hold an open portfolio review for both prospective guest exhibitors and new members. Drop off your portfolio and a biographical statement including a listing of exhibits, publications, photographic interests, and techniques, on Saturday and Sunday, September 30 and October 1, at the gallery, 14 Mercer Street, second floor, Hopewell. Pick up on Saturday or Sunday, October 15 or 16, between noon and 5 p.m. www.photosgallery14.com. 609-924-2842.
New Jersey Photography Forum seeks entries in the 12th annual juried photography exhibit. Hand deliver two photographs to Watchung Arts Center, Watchung Circle, in Watchung, on Saturday, October 28, from 1 to 4 p.m. Must be wired for hanging and no larger than 30×40 inches. Entries more than 16×20 must be framed with plexiglass. The show will be on display from November 1 to 30 in Watchung and then travel to the Children’s Specialized Hospital in Mountainside for two months. www.njphotoforum.com. 908-790-8820.
Top Of PageCall for Films
Next Generation Awareness Foundation has a call for films for the Urban Film Series Tour, deadline Friday, December 22; Black Docs Film Series, deadline Saturday, February 10; and Urban Film and Discussion Series, deadline, Saturday, March 10. www.urbanfilmseries.com. 202-409-7240.
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Princeton Public Library has launched "Read to Vote," a new program for young people aimed at increasing knowledge about civics and the election process. www.princetonlibrary.org. 609-924-9529.
Top Of Page250 and Counting
Prior to 1756, Presbyterians had to travel from sparsely-populated Princeton to Lawrenceville, Pennington, and Kingston for services. To celebrate the 250th anniversary of Presbyterian presence in Princeton, the Witherspoon Street Church and Nassau Presbyterian have hosted a year of special celebrations and projects that will culminate in a joint closing worship service on Sunday, September 24, at McCarter Theater, the same venue where they kicked off their celebratory year.
The service will feature music, song, dance, and spoken word, with Witherspoon Street Church’s Men’s Gospel Choir and combined choirs from Nassau, Witherspoon Street, and Princeton Theological Seminary. Also featured will be a liturgical dance ensemble directed by Maria Potts, and the People’s Verse Speaking Choir led by director Cecelia B. Hodges. Rick Ufford-Chase, who served at the Presbyterian Church as the moderator of the 216th General Assembly, the church’s highest elected office, from 2004-’06, will preach on the day’s theme, "Partners in Faith – the Journey Continues."
250th Anniversary Presbyterian Worship Service, Sunday, September 24, 11 a.m. , McCatrter Theater, 91 University Place. For more information call 609-924-0103 or 609-924-1666.
Top Of PageWomen’s Wellness
What are you worried about? Lack of sleep? Weight management? Blood pressure? Heart health? Stress management? Breast cancer? With a mission to educate women about important issues that affect their health and well-being, Heart to Hearts, a Lawrenceville nonprofit, hosts its third annual Wellness Day, Saturday, September 23, at Educational Testing Service.
Keynote speaker Banu Mahalinga, a cardiologist with Princeton HealthcCare System and member of Cardiology Associates of Princeton will present "Healthy Hearts, Healthy Women." Lectures by physicians and health care providers will cover nutrition, menopause, sleep disorders, weight management, acupuncture, breast cancer, metabolic disorders, and vitamin therapy and dietary supplements.
The program also offers health screenings for cholesterol, glucose, blood pressure, bone density, body fat, glaucoma, foot health, balance, and stroke risk, as well as chair massages, exhibitors, yoga, a silent auction and raffle, and door prizes.
Wellness Day, Saturday, September 23, ETS, Rosedale Road. $45; $35 seniors. Breakfast and lunch are included. Co-sponsored by Heart to Hearts, Educational Testing Service, and Princeton HealthCare System. 609-689-3131.
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