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  1. The Barron Arts Center Poetry & Literary Festival

    September 23, 2017, 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM @ Woodbridge Middle School

    The Barron Arts Center’s Poetry & Literary Festival Saturday, 9/23/2017~ 11am-4pm Location: Woodbridge Middle School (525 Barron Avenue, Woodbridge, NJ 07095) No Reservations Needed. FREE ADMISSION. Call the Barron Arts Center for more information 732-634-0413 Poets & spoken work artists will conduct workshops, roundtable discussions as well as kid’s art workshops throughout the day. In addition, an all-day Slam Poetry Competition will be held hosted by poet Damian Rucci. Main Stage Featured Readers: Adele Kenny – 12:30pm Michael Waters – 1:00pm Emily Vogel – 2:00pm Susanna Rich – 2:30pm Peter Murphy – 3:30pm Joe Weil – 4:00pm Panel Discussion & Workshops: Publishers Roundtable – 11am: with Daniel Weeks Poetry Reading Roundtable – 12pm: with Linda Johnston Muhlhausen Reading Aloud Workshop – 2pm: with Gabor Barabas Storytelling Workshop – 3pm: with Rosemary Wright Plus. . . Poetry Workshops by Adele Kenny: 11-11:50am Joe Weil: 1-1:50pm Peter Murphy: 2-2:5

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  2. LECTURE: Costume Jewelry~A Cultural Stroll Through the Decades

    September 27, 2017, 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM @ Barron Arts Center

    LECTURE: Costume Jewelry-A Cultural Stroll Through the Decades Wednesday, September 27, 2017 ~ 7:30pm This session is a brief overview of the evolution of American costume jewelry and how it has changed throughout the decades of the 20th century. Presenter, Marilyn Visakay, will discuss the shapes, materials used and the impact that culture, industrialization, Hollywood and the fashion industry had on American design. Participants are encouraged to bring 1 piece of their own jewelry for identification and discussion. Presented by appraiser and historian Marilyn Visakay. Reservation Required. Call (732)634-0413

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