June 24, 2009 THE VILLADOM TIMES II • Page 21 Glen Rock Roundup Global economy to be discussed Financial advisor John Gunther will be at the Glen Rock Library on Thursday, June 25 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. to give a presentation on global economy and the investment outlook. Gunther, a Glen Rock resident, will discuss a varied mix of indicators to watch for improvements in the markets and the economy. The program is free. Registration is not required. The library is located at 315 Rock Road. Library expands services The Glen Rock Library has added a new service for patrons’ enjoyment: a gourmet self-service coffee machine. Hot chocolate will also be available. Prices range from $1 to $1.50 per cup. The Glen Rock Public Library is located at 315 Rock Road. Register for Mommy and Me The Glen Rock Jewish Center is now holding registration for its summer Mommy and Me program for children between 12 and 24 months of age. Children must be accompanied by a parent or babysitter. Weekly sessions combining art, music, movement, socialization, and indoor and outdoor play will be facilitated by Merri Kapiloff, a professionally trained child life specialist. Kapiloff will also lead weekly discussions on issues of particular importance to parents of this young age group. Mommy and Me will meet Wednesday and Friday mornings from 9:30 to 10:45 a.m., during the month of July. Class size is limited to 10 child/adult pairs and registration is accepted on a first come, first served basis. To register, call (201) 652-6624. Bowling season ends The Activities Club’s bowling season has come to an end. The group will convene again in the fall. The high game award went to Ed Liptrot, who rolled a 277. The high series award went to John Schlomann, who had a three game series of 664. John Schlomann captured the high average in the group at 163. Retired and semi-retired men interested in joining the Activities Club and bowling should contact Rick Colton, membership chairman, at (201) 445-0755. For additional information about the club and its other activities, visit online at theactivitiesclub. org. Seniors plan summer trips The Glen Rock Senior Citizens Club will host a trip to the Platzl Brauhaus Senior Festival on Wednesday, July 15. Activities will include dancing, bocce, bingo, mini golf, swimming, cards, and more. Breakfast, a buffet lunch, and a sit down dinner are included. The cost is $44 for members, and $47 for non members. The bus will leave Wilde Park at 9:30 a.m. For more information or reservations contact Jerry at (201) 444-2275. On Wednesday, Aug. 5, the seniors will travel to Woodloch Pines. The day’s activities will include a boat ride, entertainment, bingo, continental breakfast, and a family style lunch of roast beef, fried shrimp, apple pie, coffee, and tea. The cost is $44 for members and $47 for non members. The bus will depart from Wilde Park at 8:30 a.m. Contact Evelyn at (201) 445-9238 to make a reservation. Studio stars program offered Glen Rock Community School is offering a three week summer program for children ages eight through 16 to experience the workings of an onstage performance. The program will allow each participant to develop stage presence, understand stage directions, scene development, mime, dialogue delivery, character development and reinforce self-esteem. Program directors are Ron Onorato and Carmen Boscia. Sessions will be held daily in the Glen Rock High School auditorium from 9 a.m. to noon from June 29 through July 17, with no session on July 3. The final session is the culmination of the previous sessions with an onstage performance July 17. Early registration is recommended. Space in the spotlight is limited. Call (201) 389-5011. Maine trip planned The Glen Rock Community School is hosting a trip to Boothbay Harbor Maine Sept. 11 through 14. The trip includes three nights at the Sprucewold Lodge, a welcome champagne punch, three buffet breakfasts, Maine coast dinner at the lodge (featuring lobster, salmon, chicken or steak), a cruise along Maine’s picturesque coast, a day of sightseeing, and knowledgeable escorts for the entire trip. Prices are $549 per person, double occupancy; $609 per person, single occupancy; $529 per person triple occupancy. A $100 non-refundable deposit will reserve hold a spot. Call the Community School at (201) 389-5011 between 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. daily, for more information or to make a reservation. Movie matinees offered Area residents are invited to movies at the Glen Rock Library every Thursday afternoon at 2 p.m. Feel free to bring snacks. The programs are free and registration is not required. Upcoming is “Bringing up Baby,” starring Katherine Hepburn, Cary Grant, and Charlie Ruggles on June 25. For more information call (201) 670-3970. Library offers reusable tote bags The Glen Rock Public Library is offering reusable library tote bags at the circulation desk for $2 each. Patrons can now protect borrowed items from snow and rain with reusable library totes. The library is joining the Green Up Glen Rock movement by making these bags available to patrons. The library has long been promoting recycling by allowing patrons to reuse books, recorded books, music, and videos. Some items have been borrowed more than 100 times. They are now expanding the green effort by allowing patrons to recycle by using library totes. The library will no longer supply plastic bags. Reusable totes will be the only option. Tote bag sales are self-supporting. 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