The Paramus Public Library's ongoing "Teen Concert Series" will feature vocal and piano selections from the musical "You're a Good Man Charlie Brown!", as well as a performance by the Prose Treble Choir, on Sunday, March 11 at 2:00pm. The concert will take place in the library's meeting room, 116 E. Century Rd. Seating is limited and ona first come basis. A reception will follow the performance. This program is free and open to the public .The "Teen Concert Series" is made possible through a collaboration between the Paramus Library and the Paramus Public Schools Music Department. For more information, please call 201-599-1300.
Identity theft is one of the fastest growing crimes in the United States. On Saturday, March 10 at 1:00pm, Citibank and the Paramus Public Library will present an Identity Theft Seminar that will help you learn ways to prevent this insidious crime.
28 million Americans suffer from full or partial hearing loss. It is one of the common problems afflicting older adults, found in one-third of our population over the age of 60, and three-fourths of those over the age of 75. There can be many causes for hearing loss, including disease, trauma, exposure to loud noise or even use of certain medications. Hearing loss can range from a slight inability to hear certain sounds, such as high pitched womenâ€™s voices to a total inability to hear any sound at all. Some hearing loss may be temporary and some can be corrected. People often feel embarrassed about admitting that they cannot hear, but if left untreated a hearing loss may get worse.
The Adler Aphasia Center will host an all day workshop â€œA Whole Brain Approach to Rehabilitationâ€ for professional Speech-Language Pathologists and students on Saturday, March 31. The featured speaker is aphasia expert, Dr. Martha Burns. Dr. Burns serves on the Faculty of Northwestern University, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, and on the medical staff of Evanston-Northwestern Hospital in Illinois.
Outsourcing work to China isn't just for big companies anymore.
Kevin Heath, who owns Electra Motorsports in Santee, Calif., set up a machine shop in Shenzhen, China, early last year to manufacture the electric go-karts and related equipment he sells to amusement parks around the world.
Noticing solar panels on the Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church roof, I contacted my good friend John Schmidt for information. John, in turn, arranged for an appointment with fellow parishioner, Chris Nilsen, who was responsible for the installation. To assist me in the interview, I prevailed upon an electrical energy efficiency expert, our own Mayor James Tedesco, Regional Manager at Northern Large Customer Support for PSE&G.
Ridge Ranch School students enjoyed a visit from many guest readers, including Paramus Mayor James Tedesco, Dr. Janice Dime - Superintendent of Schools and Paramus Police Officer Cheryl Avagnano â€“ this was the 10th year of celebrating Read Across America at Ridge Ranch School.
Internationally acclaimed singer-songwriter Tracy Grammer will perform her evocative brand of folk/pop at the Fair Lawn Community Center on Saturday, April 7, 2007 at 8pm. Tickets are $20 per person and are on sale now at the Fair Lawn Community Center at 10-10 20th Street in Fair Lawn. For show and ticket information call 201-794-5372 or go to www.fairlawncommunitycenter.org.
The Paramus Public Library's ongoing "Teen Concert Series" will feature vocal and piano selections from the musical "You're a Good Man Charlie Brown!", as well as a performance by the Prose Treble Choir, on Sunday, March 11 at 2:00pm.