The Old Stone is music and coffeehouse located in the “old sanctuary” of Franklin Lakes United Methodist Church. We host events once each month on the first Friday giving locals the opportunity to share music, conversation, and coffee in a casual setting.   Timepeace performs classic rock music from the ’60’s, ’70’s and ’80’s with a focus on three part vocal harmonies (think...

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Qigong, China’s ancient system of energy medicine, often referred to as “Meditation in Motion”, promotes balance and flow of Qi — life force energy. By combining Qigong practices with evidence-based tools from Cognitive Neuroscience, we fortify our capacity for resilience: the foundation for durable inner strength in a challenging world. Krame Center for Mindful Living...

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Take steps to be Healthy For Good at the American Heart Association’s 2019 Bergen Passaic Heart Walk and support lifesaving science. Walk with us and join the fight against heart disease and stroke. We cannot achieve our mission without each one of you, thank you!

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Get your Passport to Health and start the journey to a healthier you! Women’s Wellness Expo will offer FREE screenings including clinical breast exams, mammograms*, flu shots, blood pressure, glucose, cholesterol, vision, dental, PSA, HIV and more!  Activities for the whole family (men and families encouraged to attend!) include a personal Passport to Health booklet for tracking your...

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The Mountain Oysters Band has been entertaining Bergen, Rockland, and Connecticut audiences for years with their unique "Americana" style of music including Classic Country, Old Time, Bluegrass, and Rockabilly classics. The Mountain Oysters is lead singer Wild Bill Jones on guitar, The Divine Miss Emily Eastwick on bass fiddle and autoharp together with Ian Moore on his Magic...

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The Duprees

October 12, 2019

The Duprees open up Bergen Community College’s “Curtain Up!” 2019-2020 season on Saturday, October 12 at 7:30pm in the College’s Anna Maria Ciccone Theatre (400 Paramus Road). Back at The Ciccone by overwhelming, popular demand, the Duprees are one of the all-time favorite golden oldies groups. Known all over the world for their romantic interpretation of some of the...

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The Viva Vallenato Quartet performs vivacious folk music of Colombia, South America with its infectious Latin rhythms and joyful accordion melodies. These happy songs contain the cultural memory of a people with roots in Africa, Native America and Europe. Learn the stories behind this unique Cumbia and Vallenato music! The concert is free. No tickets are necessary. Seats are on a "first...

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Yoga strengthens the mind, body, and spirit. Come join us for a special Singing Bowls Yoga  to learn the basic yoga poses, breathing techniques, and how to feel in balance on and off the mat (all while accompanied by the meditative sounds of the “Singing Bowls”. Come in comfortable clothes so that you can move freely. Bring a yoga mat, towel, water, and a positive spirit....

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CMSC Mindful Self-Compassion Eight-Week Course

October 19, 2019 - December 14, 2019

Research is showing that self-compassion is correlated with greater happiness and wellbeing, decreased anxiety and depression, as well as healthier lifestyle habits. Participants learn how to treat themselves more like someone they love, befriending themselves, cultivating a gentle curiosity about inner experiences, motivating with encouragement rather than punishment, and coping with difficult...

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To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Monty Python we will be screening Monty Python and the Holy Grail. King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table embark on a surreal, low-budget search for the Holy Grail, encountering many, very silly obstacles. PG | 1h 31min | Adventure, Comedy, Fantasy | 25 May 1975 (UK). There will be spam snacks. Registration is necessary on the...

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