The Bogota Public Library will host it's Dr. Who Club meeting. This is open to anyone who is a follower of the BBC series or who would like to learn about it. It will be held in on the second floor of the Library starting at 7:30p. There is a second meeting schedule for Thursday 15- Jan. at the same time. For more information about this , and other Library programs please visit their website at http://www.bogotapubliclibrary.org/
The Bogota Public Library is located at 375 Larch Ave. Bogota, NJ
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The Puffin Cultural Forum presents" Retrospective Outrage by artist Hak Vogrin was an artist whose works reflected his personal pain and outrage regarding the issues of his day. Destruction of the environment, wars, torture, famine, racism were all tackled with a cartoon-like directness that reflected his work as an underground comics artist in NYC during the 60's. Although Hak passed away in 2009, the urgency of the themes addressed in his artwork are seemingly more relevant now than ever.
The exhibition also features original prints of contemporary cartoons from Cagle Cartoons. Many of the images, perhaps too many, deal with the same issues that Hak's work dealt with, albeit from a humorous perspective. In light of the recent Charlie Hebdo attack, these editorial cartoons are an even more powerful reminder of the importance of political artistic expression. The Puffin Cultural Forum is located at 20 Puffin Way Teaneck, NJ. For more information please visit their web site at Puffin Cultural Forum
Gallery Hours: Tuesday- Thursday 12:00- 4:00pm
The Hackensack Cultural Arts Center presents the Woody Allen play " Central Park West. This will take place at the Hackensack Cultural Arts Center located at 39 Broadway in Hackensack, NJ Showtime is at 8:00p on Fri. & Sat 20-21- Feb as well as 27 & 28-Feb. Sunday performances on 22- Feb & 1-March will begin at 3:30p Tickets for all performances at $19.For more information, or to purchase tickets please call 201-385-0494 or visit www.theatrecompany.biz
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The Borough of Bogota is expected to launch an updated version of their website. Is will have more information about some events happening in Bogota and add links to some community groups. The address will stay the same at :http://www.bogotaonline.org/
Read to Maggie the Beagle
Help your child foster their love of reading by letting them be Maggie's Reading Buddy! Come on down, pick out a book, and read to Maggie in the Children's Section.
Mondays at 4:00PM
Stop in or call (201) 488 - 7185 to register today
The Bogota Public library is located at 375 Larch Ave. Bogota, NJ. For more information please about this and other Library events visit their web site at : http://www.bogotapubliclibrary.org/
The weekly " Meet the Mayor" event will take place in the office of Mayor Chris Keleman from 5:00p to 7:00p in Borough Hall. This is open to any Bogota resident who would to ask the Mayor a question about Bogota, or to discuss any matter to help improve the quality of life in the Borough. Anyone who wishes just to have an informal conversation with the Mayor is also welcome to attend. Meetings will be held on a first come basis.
Bogota Borough Hall is located at 375 Larch Ave. in Bogota, NJ.
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