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Cultural & Historic Affairs

  1. Ice Skating at Van Saun Park

    January 21, 2018, 10:00 AM - 7:00 PM @ Van Saun Park

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  2. Visit a Special Holiday Display in the Historic Hermitage!

    January 21, 2018, 1:00 PM - 4:30 PM @ The Hermitage Museum

    Experience the Hermitage decorated for the holidays and visit the Roaring Twenties Christmas Display. Step back in time and experience a 1920's Christmas party! The display throughout the museum features elegant flappers in gorgeous gowns, dapper gentlemen in black tie and tails and children in their holiday best - all celebrating the season in festively decked-out rooms. Holiday decorations will be on display in the Hermitage from November 8, 2017 through January 2018.

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  3. "Music of Shakespeare's England" with The Early Music Players at the Mahwah Library

    January 21, 2018, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

    Music of Renaissance England mentioned in or associated with the plays of William Shakespeare. From Medieval chant to the slightly scandalous ditties of the English court to the haunting strains of Sephardic Music, the Early Music Players' concerts are authentic, moving, and always thoroughly entertaining. Elegant period garb, an astonishing array of early instruments and songs in their original languages as well as modern translations provide a thrill for the ears and a feast for the eyes. The ensemble has been performing Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque music since 1972, delighting listeners and garnering critical acclaim throughout the New York metropolitan area, from The 92nd Street Y, St. Bartholomew's Great Music Series, and Music at St. Peter's in Morristown to housewarmings and weddings. The Early Music Players have also been featured on WNET/Channel 13 and on New Jersey Network's "State of the Arts."

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