Page 10 THE VILLADOM TIMES II • November 25, 2009 Ridgewood Start the Christmas season at Bethlehem Lutheran Church with a Christmas concert on Sunday, Nov. 29 at 3 p.m. This family event will be held at the church at 155 Linwood Avenue, Ridgewood. The concert will feature classic and contemporary Christmas songs and instrumentals plus a carol sing along at the end. The concert will feature vocalist Greg Caldarone, The New Jersey Brass Quintet, pianist Diane Mitchell, and organist Elena Crudge. Caldarone’s selections will include some classic favorites, “O Holy Night,” “Gesu Bambino,” “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas,” “Joseph’s Song,” and “The Lord’s Prayer.” The New Jersey Brass Quintet will be performing music from their CD “Christmas: The Joy and Spirit.” They will perform Christmas: The Joy and Spirit, Ceremonial Music for Brass and Organ arrangement Bethlehem Christmas concert kicks off season by S. Drummond Wolff, and other holiday pieces. The audience will get into the spirit of Christmas with a sing along which will include “O Come All Ye Faithful,” “Angels We Have Heard on High,” “Hark the Herald Angels,” and “Joy to the World.” The New Jersey Brass Quintet is a nonprofit corporation dedicated to the cultural enrichment of the community it serves. The musicians performing are Richard Garrick and Gene Gurick, trumpets; Nancy Gallagher, horn; Nancy Petrucelli, trombone; and Jesse DeLucca, tuba. The musical ensemble’s programs include educationally oriented children’s concerts, park concerts in a “Village Brass Band” setting, and special concerts for various occasions in addition to traditional chamber music concerts. Its repertoire ranges from earliest madrigals to the most contemporary compositions available. The dedicated professional musicians from NJBQ bring a high degree of talent and creativity to the ensemble. Each member of the quintet is an experienced educator as well as an accomplished performer. Caldarone is a singer/entertainer/ recording artist, specializing in popular standards and Italian favorites. He is the recipient of the Universal Jazz Coalitions “Dakota Staton Award.” He has been a song leader in music ministries in the community for 20 years. For more about Caldarone, visit All are invited. Admission is free, but a free-will offering will be welcome. CDs will be available at the concert. Man jailed in car theft incident A 2003 Ford Mustang stolen from a Ridgewood resident’s garage was founded damaged in Paterson last January, and the 25-year-old man charged with stealing the vehicle was recently sent to the Passaic County Jail on multiple charges resulting from the theft. When the Ridgewood resident returned home from a vacation in January, he discovered that his Mustang was not in the garage. The Mustang had been involved in a motor vehicle crash and abandoned in Paterson. The Ridgewood man’s other car, a 2006 Jaguar, had also been driven, but was returned to the garage. A DNA sample was taken from the Jaguar and processed by the Bergen County Sheriff’s Department. The sample was reportedly matched to a 25-year-old Paterson man who was charged with burglary, receiving stolen property, and joyriding. He was detained at the Passaic County Jail on $75,000 bail. The search for an accomplice in the double theft where one car was abandoned and the other returned continues. Ridgewood detective Douglas Henky made the arrest. ���������������������������������� �������������� ��������� ���������� ������������ �������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������� �������������� � ��������� Residents report shoplifters, thieves Ridgewood residents and merchants have reported a number of shoplifting incidents and thefts, which have led to some arrests and other investigations in progress by the Ridgewood Police Department. On Nov. 11, a Hampton, New York resident reported that, during a stay at Valley Hospital, an unknown person entered her hospital room and stole a diamond engagement ring valued at $4,000. The police are investigating. On the same day, the owner of the Wilsey Mart at 28 Wilsey Square reported that he saw a juvenile put store items into his backpack and attempt to leave the store. The juvenile was taken into custody and released to his parents. On Nov. 12, an Ethelbert Place resident reported jewelry missing after a company had worked on her house on Nov. 5 and 6. Police are investigating. On Nov. 13, Town and Country Apothecary reported that an adult female had (continued on page 23) BUILDING FOR RENT Retail Zone • One Occupant - 3 Floors • Good Signage 1700 Sq. Ft. • 15 Parking Spaces • Floor Plans Available 100 West Main Street (Century Building) Ramsey, NJ • Call: 201-327-7000 No Brokers, Please