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Recreation and Cultural Affairs Calendar

  1. Playday South Orange 2019

    September 15, 2019, 1:00 PM - 6:00 PM @ South Orange Avenue

    COME PLAY IN THE STREET ON SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, FROM 1PM – 6PM! Back for its sixth incredible play-filled year, PlayDay South Orange is the Village’s largest public event and features more than 10 Play Areas, many sponsored by generous local organizations and companies. From board games to basketball, euro bungee to rope jumping, it’s the most fun you’ve ever had between two curbs! Take a look at our amazing Event Map and start thinking about how you’ll Play in the Street on September 15! The rain date is Sunday, September 22. Some activities will require the purchase of a wristband. A $10 wristband will get you all-day access to all of the inflatable Play Areas as well as miniature golf. A $20 Extreme wristband not only gets you access to inflatables and mini-golf, but also all-day access to our Extreme Play Area which includes the bungee jump, rock climbing wall, and NEW for 2019, the Super Twister !

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  2. Mounds, Piles & Massings

    September 16, 2019, All Day @ Walsh Gallery at Seton Hall

    The Walsh Gallery is pleased to present a group exhibition curated by South Orange artist/curator, Greg Leshé, in collaboration with the village’s Pierro Gallery. The exhibition looks at the human impulse to stack, pile and amass groupings of objects as both creative action and critical inquiry. The participating artists investigate a variety of themes within the notion of accumulation including; consumer waste and climate change, Caribbean history and the colonial economy of salt tied to slave labor, the “mixed reality” world we inhabit between physical and virtual contexts, consumerism, capitalism and copyright. Participating artists include Cat Alden, Noa Charuvi, Kate Dodd, Deborah Jack, Vandana Jain, Daren Kendall, Robert Lach, Ann LePore, Greg Leshé, Darren Lee Miller, John Pfahl, Elizabeth Riley and Kathryn Vajda. The opening is Thursday, September 12th from 5 - 9pm. Artist talks featuring Noa Charuvi, Kate Dodd and Ann LePore will take place at 7pm on Thursday, October 10th.

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  3. Mounds, Piles & Massings

    September 17, 2019, All Day @ Walsh Gallery at Seton Hall

    The Walsh Gallery is pleased to present a group exhibition curated by South Orange artist/curator, Greg Leshé, in collaboration with the village’s Pierro Gallery. The exhibition looks at the human impulse to stack, pile and amass groupings of objects as both creative action and critical inquiry. The participating artists investigate a variety of themes within the notion of accumulation including; consumer waste and climate change, Caribbean history and the colonial economy of salt tied to slave labor, the “mixed reality” world we inhabit between physical and virtual contexts, consumerism, capitalism and copyright. Participating artists include Cat Alden, Noa Charuvi, Kate Dodd, Deborah Jack, Vandana Jain, Daren Kendall, Robert Lach, Ann LePore, Greg Leshé, Darren Lee Miller, John Pfahl, Elizabeth Riley and Kathryn Vajda. The opening is Thursday, September 12th from 5 - 9pm. Artist talks featuring Noa Charuvi, Kate Dodd and Ann LePore will take place at 7pm on Thursday, October 10th.

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  4. Mounds, Piles & Massings

    September 18, 2019, All Day @ Walsh Gallery at Seton Hall

    The Walsh Gallery is pleased to present a group exhibition curated by South Orange artist/curator, Greg Leshé, in collaboration with the village’s Pierro Gallery. The exhibition looks at the human impulse to stack, pile and amass groupings of objects as both creative action and critical inquiry. The participating artists investigate a variety of themes within the notion of accumulation including; consumer waste and climate change, Caribbean history and the colonial economy of salt tied to slave labor, the “mixed reality” world we inhabit between physical and virtual contexts, consumerism, capitalism and copyright. Participating artists include Cat Alden, Noa Charuvi, Kate Dodd, Deborah Jack, Vandana Jain, Daren Kendall, Robert Lach, Ann LePore, Greg Leshé, Darren Lee Miller, John Pfahl, Elizabeth Riley and Kathryn Vajda. The opening is Thursday, September 12th from 5 - 9pm. Artist talks featuring Noa Charuvi, Kate Dodd and Ann LePore will take place at 7pm on Thursday, October 10th.

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  5. Mounds, Piles & Massings

    September 19, 2019, All Day @ Walsh Gallery at Seton Hall

    The Walsh Gallery is pleased to present a group exhibition curated by South Orange artist/curator, Greg Leshé, in collaboration with the village’s Pierro Gallery. The exhibition looks at the human impulse to stack, pile and amass groupings of objects as both creative action and critical inquiry. The participating artists investigate a variety of themes within the notion of accumulation including; consumer waste and climate change, Caribbean history and the colonial economy of salt tied to slave labor, the “mixed reality” world we inhabit between physical and virtual contexts, consumerism, capitalism and copyright. Participating artists include Cat Alden, Noa Charuvi, Kate Dodd, Deborah Jack, Vandana Jain, Daren Kendall, Robert Lach, Ann LePore, Greg Leshé, Darren Lee Miller, John Pfahl, Elizabeth Riley and Kathryn Vajda. The opening is Thursday, September 12th from 5 - 9pm. Artist talks featuring Noa Charuvi, Kate Dodd and Ann LePore will take place at 7pm on Thursday, October 10th.

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  6. Mounds, Piles & Massings

    September 20, 2019, All Day @ Walsh Gallery at Seton Hall

    The Walsh Gallery is pleased to present a group exhibition curated by South Orange artist/curator, Greg Leshé, in collaboration with the village’s Pierro Gallery. The exhibition looks at the human impulse to stack, pile and amass groupings of objects as both creative action and critical inquiry. The participating artists investigate a variety of themes within the notion of accumulation including; consumer waste and climate change, Caribbean history and the colonial economy of salt tied to slave labor, the “mixed reality” world we inhabit between physical and virtual contexts, consumerism, capitalism and copyright. Participating artists include Cat Alden, Noa Charuvi, Kate Dodd, Deborah Jack, Vandana Jain, Daren Kendall, Robert Lach, Ann LePore, Greg Leshé, Darren Lee Miller, John Pfahl, Elizabeth Riley and Kathryn Vajda. The opening is Thursday, September 12th from 5 - 9pm. Artist talks featuring Noa Charuvi, Kate Dodd and Ann LePore will take place at 7pm on Thursday, October 10th.

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  7. Newcomers Day

    September 22, 2019, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ South Orange Public Library

    Village Newcomer Residents' Welcome - All newcomers are invited to attend a welcoming event on Sunday, September 22, 2019, from 2:00 to 4:00 PM, at the South Orange Public Library, 65 Scotland Road, South Orange. The Village President, Board of Trustees, Officials and Department Heads shall be on hand to welcome those who attend.

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  8. Mounds, Piles & Massings

    September 23, 2019, All Day @ Walsh Gallery at Seton Hall

    The Walsh Gallery is pleased to present a group exhibition curated by South Orange artist/curator, Greg Leshé, in collaboration with the village’s Pierro Gallery. The exhibition looks at the human impulse to stack, pile and amass groupings of objects as both creative action and critical inquiry. The participating artists investigate a variety of themes within the notion of accumulation including; consumer waste and climate change, Caribbean history and the colonial economy of salt tied to slave labor, the “mixed reality” world we inhabit between physical and virtual contexts, consumerism, capitalism and copyright. Participating artists include Cat Alden, Noa Charuvi, Kate Dodd, Deborah Jack, Vandana Jain, Daren Kendall, Robert Lach, Ann LePore, Greg Leshé, Darren Lee Miller, John Pfahl, Elizabeth Riley and Kathryn Vajda. The opening is Thursday, September 12th from 5 - 9pm. Artist talks featuring Noa Charuvi, Kate Dodd and Ann LePore will take place at 7pm on Thursday, October 10th.

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  9. Mounds, Piles & Massings

    September 24, 2019, All Day @ Walsh Gallery at Seton Hall

    The Walsh Gallery is pleased to present a group exhibition curated by South Orange artist/curator, Greg Leshé, in collaboration with the village’s Pierro Gallery. The exhibition looks at the human impulse to stack, pile and amass groupings of objects as both creative action and critical inquiry. The participating artists investigate a variety of themes within the notion of accumulation including; consumer waste and climate change, Caribbean history and the colonial economy of salt tied to slave labor, the “mixed reality” world we inhabit between physical and virtual contexts, consumerism, capitalism and copyright. Participating artists include Cat Alden, Noa Charuvi, Kate Dodd, Deborah Jack, Vandana Jain, Daren Kendall, Robert Lach, Ann LePore, Greg Leshé, Darren Lee Miller, John Pfahl, Elizabeth Riley and Kathryn Vajda. The opening is Thursday, September 12th from 5 - 9pm. Artist talks featuring Noa Charuvi, Kate Dodd and Ann LePore will take place at 7pm on Thursday, October 10th.

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  10. Mounds, Piles & Massings

    September 25, 2019, All Day @ Walsh Gallery at Seton Hall

    The Walsh Gallery is pleased to present a group exhibition curated by South Orange artist/curator, Greg Leshé, in collaboration with the village’s Pierro Gallery. The exhibition looks at the human impulse to stack, pile and amass groupings of objects as both creative action and critical inquiry. The participating artists investigate a variety of themes within the notion of accumulation including; consumer waste and climate change, Caribbean history and the colonial economy of salt tied to slave labor, the “mixed reality” world we inhabit between physical and virtual contexts, consumerism, capitalism and copyright. Participating artists include Cat Alden, Noa Charuvi, Kate Dodd, Deborah Jack, Vandana Jain, Daren Kendall, Robert Lach, Ann LePore, Greg Leshé, Darren Lee Miller, John Pfahl, Elizabeth Riley and Kathryn Vajda. The opening is Thursday, September 12th from 5 - 9pm. Artist talks featuring Noa Charuvi, Kate Dodd and Ann LePore will take place at 7pm on Thursday, October 10th.

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  11. Mounds, Piles & Massings

    September 26, 2019, All Day @ Walsh Gallery at Seton Hall

    The Walsh Gallery is pleased to present a group exhibition curated by South Orange artist/curator, Greg Leshé, in collaboration with the village’s Pierro Gallery. The exhibition looks at the human impulse to stack, pile and amass groupings of objects as both creative action and critical inquiry. The participating artists investigate a variety of themes within the notion of accumulation including; consumer waste and climate change, Caribbean history and the colonial economy of salt tied to slave labor, the “mixed reality” world we inhabit between physical and virtual contexts, consumerism, capitalism and copyright. Participating artists include Cat Alden, Noa Charuvi, Kate Dodd, Deborah Jack, Vandana Jain, Daren Kendall, Robert Lach, Ann LePore, Greg Leshé, Darren Lee Miller, John Pfahl, Elizabeth Riley and Kathryn Vajda. The opening is Thursday, September 12th from 5 - 9pm. Artist talks featuring Noa Charuvi, Kate Dodd and Ann LePore will take place at 7pm on Thursday, October 10th.

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  12. Mounds, Piles & Massings

    September 27, 2019, All Day @ Walsh Gallery at Seton Hall

    The Walsh Gallery is pleased to present a group exhibition curated by South Orange artist/curator, Greg Leshé, in collaboration with the village’s Pierro Gallery. The exhibition looks at the human impulse to stack, pile and amass groupings of objects as both creative action and critical inquiry. The participating artists investigate a variety of themes within the notion of accumulation including; consumer waste and climate change, Caribbean history and the colonial economy of salt tied to slave labor, the “mixed reality” world we inhabit between physical and virtual contexts, consumerism, capitalism and copyright. Participating artists include Cat Alden, Noa Charuvi, Kate Dodd, Deborah Jack, Vandana Jain, Daren Kendall, Robert Lach, Ann LePore, Greg Leshé, Darren Lee Miller, John Pfahl, Elizabeth Riley and Kathryn Vajda. The opening is Thursday, September 12th from 5 - 9pm. Artist talks featuring Noa Charuvi, Kate Dodd and Ann LePore will take place at 7pm on Thursday, October 10th.

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  13. 2nd Annual Kenny Graham Round-Robin Doubles Invitational

    September 28, 2019, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM @ Meadowland Park

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  14. Mounds, Piles & Massings

    September 30, 2019, All Day @ Walsh Gallery at Seton Hall

    The Walsh Gallery is pleased to present a group exhibition curated by South Orange artist/curator, Greg Leshé, in collaboration with the village’s Pierro Gallery. The exhibition looks at the human impulse to stack, pile and amass groupings of objects as both creative action and critical inquiry. The participating artists investigate a variety of themes within the notion of accumulation including; consumer waste and climate change, Caribbean history and the colonial economy of salt tied to slave labor, the “mixed reality” world we inhabit between physical and virtual contexts, consumerism, capitalism and copyright. Participating artists include Cat Alden, Noa Charuvi, Kate Dodd, Deborah Jack, Vandana Jain, Daren Kendall, Robert Lach, Ann LePore, Greg Leshé, Darren Lee Miller, John Pfahl, Elizabeth Riley and Kathryn Vajda. The opening is Thursday, September 12th from 5 - 9pm. Artist talks featuring Noa Charuvi, Kate Dodd and Ann LePore will take place at 7pm on Thursday, October 10th.

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