Events and Programs for Adults
Thursdays: April 3rd , 10th, and 17th at 12:30 p.m.
MONTVILLE “U” PRESENTS
“MEDIEVAL MUSINGS PART II”
A LECTURE SERIES BY DR. CHRISTOPHER BELLITTO
April 3rd - “Commercial Revolution: A Gothic City Landscape”
April 10th – “Monarchies on the Rise: Pope vs. Nation Building”
April 17th – “12th Century Renaissance: An Intellectual Revolution”
When were the Middle Ages? Are they the same as the Dark Ages? If things were so bad, how did we end up with Gothic cathedrals and guilds, universities and chivalry? Join Dr. Bellitto for Part II of this fascinating lecture series. Advance registration is required due to the popularity of this lecture series. Lectures will begin promptly at 12:30 p.m. Late arrivals may not be admitted. Registration required. Space is limited.
Friday April 4th at 1 p.m.
FIRST FRIDAY FOREIGN FILM
INSTRUCTIONS NOT INCLUDED (2013 Spanish with English subtitles)
Comedy. Bachelor Valentin Bravo has his life turned upside down when a former fling leaves a baby on his doorstep. They move to L.A. in search of the mother, but are unable to find her. Valentin decides to raise the baby on his own and gets a job as one of Hollywood’s top stuntmen. Starring Eugenio Derbez, Loreto Peralta, Jessica Lindsey.
Sunday April 6th at 2 p.m.
SUNDAY MUSIC SERIES
THE WOLFPACK IN CONCERT
“SINGING THE BLUES”
The Wolfpack, 2012 inductees into the NY Blues Hall of Fame, have been a fixture on the NYC blues scene for many years. The ‘Pack” is led by the dynamic vocals of Larry Talbot, also a recent inductee into the Blues Hall of Fame. Rounding out the group is Montville resident Billy Courtman on guitar, slide guitar and vocals and Tom Baker on drums. Tom is a Montville native and was part of the inaugural class of Montville Twp. High School. His drumming and percussionist skills are always in demand in NYC. Join us for this musical afternoon. Registration is suggested for this popular program.
Wednesday April 9th at 7 p.m.
Looking for a new job? Are you transitioning careers or re-entering the workforce? Are you a recent college graduate trying to make career connections or a small business owner or entrepreneur? If you answered yes to any of these questions, this is the perfect seminar for you!
Learn how to create a great profile and how to optimize your presence on LinkedIn. You might uncover a job opportunity network that you never realized you had! You will leave this seminar with an understanding of how to use this social media platform to your advantage.
This free seminar is presented by Debra Horowitz and Sharon Cohen, principals of Career Quarterback. Debra and Sharon have extensive experience as recruiters for firms representing Fortune 500 companies and will share tips and strategies with you. Registration suggested.
Wednesday April 23rd at 1 p.m.
Amy, our resident artist, will show you how to create your own” work of art”! Class size is limited. Registration is required.