Sunday, November 16, 2014

This Week Events

16- Nov.-2014
   Some events happening in and around Bogota for the week starting Sunday 16- November.

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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 our 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 :

Tuesday-18- Nov.
  The Bogota Board of Education will have their regular meeting  and work session on Tuesday,18-November 2014, commencing at 7:30 p.m. in the Cafeteria of the Bogota  High School. The Public is invited to attend this meeting.
The  Bogota High School is located at 2 Henry C. Luthin Pl, Bogota, NJ


Wednesday -19- Nov.

Bogota Beautiful has their next board meeting on Wednesday 19-Nov.starting at 7:30p. It will take place in the Council Chambers of Borough Hall. Located at 375 Larch Ave. Bogota, NJ. The Public is welcome to attend.

Sat. & Sun-22 & 23- Nov.
River Edge , NJ

The 238th Anniversary of the British Invasion and American Retreat from Fort Lee at The Bridge That Saved A Nation

Saturday & Sunday, November 22
& 23, 2014
Saturday, 7:00 pm Lecture by Todd Braisted
Sunday, 11 AM to 4 pm with talk in Steuben House at 1 pm.

Between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. on Sunday, November 23rd, members of various living history groups, representing both sides of the conflict, will perform military demonstrations, showing the life and times of the common soldier of the American Revolution. Cooking and baking demonstrations will likewise take place in the Out-Kitchen behind the Campbell Christie House and visitors may tour the historic homes on the site. At 1 p.m. Todd Braisted will speak in the Steuben House on Aftermath: Bergen County, December 1776 to June 1777.
 (it is asked that while attending this event you  inform them that you saw it on Bogota Blog NJ)
Sat. -22 - Nov.
Teaneck, NJ

The Puffin Cultural Forum presents the music of a group of instrumentalists and singers from all over the world form the New York Andalus Ensemble. Concert features music from the illustrious traditions of the Iberian Peninsula and North Africa performed and sung in Arabic, Hebrew, Spanish, and Jedeo-Espangnole, that conjure the cosmopolitanism of Córdoba. The performers are Dr. Samuel R.Thomas (nay, oud, benir, vocals), Megumi Saruhashi (violin), Prosper Lankry (vocals), Nadav Remez (guitar, mandolin), Dror Shahaf (darbukah, frame drums, flamenco guitar).

$10 Suggested Donation
Reservations Recommended
The Puffin Cultural Forum is located at  20 Puffin Way , Teaneck NJ

Sun.-23 - Nov.
Teaneck, NJ 
The Puffin Cultural Forum presents Englewinds’ “Bees, Please!” Starting at 4:00p  
NJ's Eco-Music ensemble performs a concert about the disappearance of honeybees, and tells how we can help. Concert will feature "Flight of the Bumblebee" by Rimsky-Korsakoff, "The Bees" by Chopin (with jazz arrangement by Tomoko Ohno), music by Balay, Bizet, and world premieres by John McMurtery (commissioned by the TCC), Elise Carter, Sarah Davol, Christian Humcke, Sunbin Kim, Norman Weiss and more. Englewinds are Marcia Hankle(flute), Sarah Davol(oboe), Mitch Kriegler(clarinet), R.J. Kelley(horn), Atsuko Sato(bassoon), Tomoko Ohno(piano). NJ Beekeeper Daniel Senter will speak after intermission. Concert funded in part by Bogota Savings Bank, Parkway Toyota, Tiger Lily Flowers, and private donations.

$10 Suggested Donation
The Puffin Cultural Forum is located at  20 Puffin Way , Teaneck NJ
 (it is asked that while attending this event you  inform them that you saw it on Bogota Blog NJ)

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