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  1. LECTURE: Auguste Renoir

    September 20, 2018, 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM @ Barron Arts Center

    The Dr. Stephen Kaplan “A Taste of the Arts” Lecture Series : French Impressionism Lecture Survey Part 2 Join us for the second half of a complete series of lectures designed to give the audience a comprehensive knowledge of this beloved period of art. Presented by Art Historian Maryanne Zolota. September 20, 2018 –Auguste Renior This session provides an overview of French Impressionist painter Pierre-Auguste Renoir; a well known celebrator of beauty & female sensuality.

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  2. Historical Association of Woodbridge Presents: Historical Lecture – Spanish Flu of 1918

    September 24, 2018, 7:00 PM @ First Presbyterian Church

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  3. The Woodbridge Poetry Festival

    September 29, 2018, 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM @ Woodbridge Middle School

    The 2nd Annual Woodbridge Poetry Festival Sept 29th, 2018 (11am-5pm) at Woodbridge Middle School Featuring award winning poets & spoken word artists from New Jersey & New York who will conduct workshops, roundtables, readings and open mics throughout the day. Call the Barron Arts Center for more information 732-634-0413 Join us for the second annual Barron Arts Center “Poetry Festival” Saturday, In addition, an all-day Slam Poetry Competition will be held hosted by poet Chris Rockwell The Woodbridge Poetry Festival has been coordinated by the Staff of the Barron Arts Center under the direction of Ms. Cynthia Knight. Poetry readings, workshops and panel discussions have been curated and coordinated by poets Deborah La Veglia and Gregg Brown.

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