Page 2 THE VILLADOM TIMES I, II, III & IV • June 24, 2009 Gone Fishin’ The Villadom TIMES will not publish on July 1 & July 8. Look for our next edition on July 15, 2009! Deadline for press releases and ads is Wednesday, July 8. Villadom Happenings Old Station Museum and Caboose open The Old Station Museum and Caboose in Mahwah are now open each Sunday from 2 to 6-24-09----GoneFishin2x2-- 4 p.m. through Oct. 25. Built in 1871, the station is a historic landmark and served 2 x 2” as the railroad station in Mahwah until 1904. On display a collection of Erie Railroad china Ester... from isof the long distance passenger trains, from Janine the dinning cars tools of the trade featuring lanterns, hat badges, locks, timetables, and tickets used by various railroad workers. Step into the station master’s office, and listen to the train engineers talking to each other. Next to the Old Station is the 1929 Caboose. The Caboose was the traveling office for the train crew and contained bunk beds, sink, desk and was originally lighted by oil lamps. The Old Station House and Caboose are located at 1871 Old Station Lane and East Ramapo Road next to the current Mahwah train station. There is ample parking. For additional information call (201) 512-0099 or e-mail to Volunteers needed for golf benefit This year, multiple local non-profit organizations have partnered with The Barclays 2009 PGA Golf Tournament to be held at Liberty National Golf Course in Jersey City, Aug. 25 through 30. Volunteers are needed to assist in a variety of areas. All tickets are $45 with proceeds benefiting the continued good works of the various beneficiaries, including the YWCA of Bergen County’s 24/7 Rape Crisis Center, childcare programs, summer camps, scholarships, and healthy living education. Ticket sales for the tournament are available on line at: Transition to College’ workshop planned West Bergen Mental Healthcare, a non-profit counseling and psychiatric center, is now offering a five-week workshop entitled “Life after High School: Transition to College.” The course will be held on Wednesday evenings, July 15 to Aug. 12, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at the Center for Children and Youth, One Cherry Lane, Ramsey. The goal of the workshop is to assist students in their transition to college life, whether the student will be living on campus or commuting to a local college. Topics will include: the process of transition, commuting issues, dorm life, daily living, organizational skills, time management, money management, campus resources, support systems, disclosure and advocacy choices, roommate issues, socialization, and coping with the unexpected. The fee for the workshop is $250. The registration form and fee are due by July 9. For further information and to register, call Kelly Doyle at (201) 934-1160, extension 7231. Established in 1963 as a child guidance clinic, West Bergen currently provides comprehensive services for all age groups with various levels of need. West Bergen Mental Healthcare recently celebrated being voted Number One in Client Satisfaction by the Mental Health Corporations of America’s National Survey for 2007. The agency has earned this recognition five times since 1998. Ramapo College sets concert series The best of rock and pop tribute bands will headline the 2009 TD Bank Summer Concert Series hosted by The Ramapo College Foundation on the college campus. On four Thursday evenings in July, families from across the region will listen to great music and enjoy a picnic with friends on the band shell lawn. Residents of Hillcrest Residence at Christian Health Care Center in Wyckoff recently enjoyed a celebration of the Wild West, donning cowboy hats and bandanas and learning about the history, geography, peoples, lore and culture of life in the western United States. Pictured are Hillcrest Utility Assistant and Wyckoff resident Grace Whitney and Hillcrest resident and long-time former resident of Hawthorne Jeanette Knyfd. Wild West at C H C C On Thursday, July 9, Bargain will be performing Who songs and entire albums exactly as they were originally recorded. Bargain recreates The Who with trademark onstage theatrics. Neil and the Diamonds will have the audience singing along to Neil Diamond’s classics in this high-energy show that covers the artist’s most popular songs on Thursday, July 16. On Thursday, July 23, 2U, the U2 tribute band, will perform oldies and songs from the band’s latest releases. Professional impersonators faithfully recreate the songs. Asbury Fever, the self-proclaimed ultimate party band, will celebrate the music of Bruce Springsteen on Thursday, July 30. The musicians share a passion for Jersey Shore music made famous by Springsteen, Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes, Little Steven, Clarence Clemons, Bon Jovi, John Eddie, and Gary US Bonds. The concerts, held at the band shell on the college campus, begin at 8 p.m. The fireworks show following the July 9 concert (rain date, July 16) will begin at 9:30 p.m. Concerts are free; parking is $5 per vehicle. In case of rain, concerts will be held in the Bradley Center Arena. For more information, call (201) 684-7179. To request disability-related accommodations, call (201) 684.7093. The Ramapo College Foundation acknowledges the support of additional concert sponsors, Liberty Mutual Insurance, Rockland Electric Company, Ramapo College Alumni Association and the Friends of Ramapo. Valley offers class on cord blood The Valley Hospital Parent Education Department is offering a class “What is Cord Blood Banking?” This onesession class will discuss the topic of cord blood banking, which is the collection and storage of the stem cells found in a newborn’s umbilical cord. Today, cord blood stem cells have been used successfully in the treatment of over 70 lifethreatening diseases. A baby’s banked cord blood could potentially provide a life saving treatment for the child or a family member. This free two-hour class will be held on Wednesday, July 8 from 6 to 7 p.m. For more information, to schedule an appointment, or to obtain a complete course catalogue and schedule for Valley’s Parent Education Programs, call The Valley Hospital Parent Education Office at (201) 2916151. Summer music program for children offered Allendale, Ho-Ho-Kus, and Upper Saddle River students in kindergarten through grade eight are invited to join the Summer Music Program held at Brookside School in Allendale. Sessions run from Monday, June 29 through Friday, July 10 and Monday, July 13 through Friday, July 24. Courses offered include: ceramics, painting, chorus theater workshop, marching drum line, music games, and improvisational acting. For more information, visit www. Computer classes offered Christian Health Care Center in Wyckoff is offering a two-day computer course open to the community. “Introduction to Word” is being offered from 9 a.m. to noon Monday, July 6 (Part I), and 9 a.m. to noon Tuesday, July 7 (Part II), at the CHCC’s campus at 301 Sicomac Avenue in Wyckoff. Follow signs for Building 1, second floor Computer Lab. Class size is limited, and participants need to pre-register. The course fee is $25 and includes hands-on training and training materials. 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