July 22, 2009 THE VILLADOM TIMES III • Page 19 Waldwick Watch Library offers magic, puppets The Waldwick Public Library’s Summer Reading Club 2009, “Get Creative at your Library,” is underway. Special events for children include a performance by Full Effect Productions on Saturday, Aug. 1 at 10:30 a.m. Children will enjoy a hilarious program of magic, puppets, and ventriloquism. This program is recommended for children ages three and up and is limited to residents of Waldwick. The Waldwick Library is located at 19 East Prospect Street. Vacation Bible School offered The Waldwick United Methodist Church will offer Vacation Bible School the week of Aug. 10 through 14 from 9 a.m. to noon. Children entering kindergarten through fourth grade are welcome to attend. There is no cost and a snack will be provided. To register, call the church office at (201) 652-5130 Monday through Fridays from 9 a.m. to noon. The Waldwick United Methodist Church is located at 25 Franklin Turnpike. Lions host Annual Golf Outing The Waldwick Lions Club is hosting its Second Annual Waldwick Lions Club Team Golf Classic on Monday, Sept. 21. The Waldwick Lions Club will hold its best-ball, team golf outing at the Bowling Green Golf Club off Route 23 in Oak Ridge. Last year’s outing was well attended by teams of golfers representing Waldwick’s various organizations and a great time was had by all while raising money for the important charities that the Lions Club supports. Contact Lions members Jim Toolen at (201) 444-4548 or Jim Zumbano of Plaza Jewelers at (201) 444-8245 for details and to register. Space is limited and places are filling quickly. Chamber plans for Waldwick Day The Waldwick Chamber of Commerce will be hosting the Sixth Annual Waldwick Day on Sunday, Sept. 27. Chamber members have the opportunity to sell and display their wares to the local community in a fun-filled afternoon. The average attendance at this event is 3,000. Anyone interested in participating in Waldwick Day must be a member of the Chamber of Commerce. In addition to the $100 membership fee to join, there is an additional fee of $50 to be a part of Waldwick Day. The Chamber will provide a six foot table, sign, linen and two chairs for this event. Questions on becoming a member or participating in Waldwick Day, should contact Kim Post at (201) 693-6734 or visit waldwickchamber.com. Corrugated cardboard being recycled The Borough of Waldwick began collecting corrugated cardboard on April 15 at the recycling center on 19 Industrial Way. Residents may no longer throw corrugated cardboard in the garbage; the hauler will not remove it. Residents are asked to break down the cardboard and place it in the marked container for cardboard at the recycling center. The center is open from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday through Friday, and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Corrugated cardboard is identified by the arched layer, or fluting, between smooth liner sheets. An example of corrugated cardboard is shipping boxes for large appliances. Cereal boxes are not corrugated cardboard. Film series features book-to-movie theme Waldwick Public Library hosts screenings of classic films of the past on Thursdays at 2 p.m. A brief introduction, setting the film in its historical context, precedes each screening. The theme for July is “Book to Movie,” and the schedule of screenings is as follows: July 23, “The Heiress” (Washington Square) by Henry James (1949); and July 30, “In This Our Life” by Ellen Glasgow (1942). Registration is not necessary; however arrival before 2 p.m. is encouraged. For more information, call (201) 6525104. The library is located at 19 East Prospect Street, Waldwick. Registration open at Rainbow Corners Rainbow Corners Cooperative Nursery School, accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children, offers a two-morning program for twoand-a-half-year-olds that is taught by a teacher with more than 20 years at RCNS. The curriculum is designed to be a positive first exploratory experience. The small class size enables the teacher to work one-on-one with the children. Emphasis is on functioning as a group, social interaction, language development, sharing, following directions, and exploring the environment of the classroom. Currently, there are openings for the fall of 2009. Rainbow Corners is located at 25 Franklin Turnpike in Waldwick. Call to register (201) 447-2987. Carving exhibit opens The woodcarvings of Waldwick resident Jeff Seise (pictured above) will be on display at the Waldwick Library now through Monday, Aug. 31. The 25 pieces in the lobby display case range in subject matter from wild fowl to the human form. One of the more intricate carvings, ‘Prayer before Battle,’ features a Native American wearing a headdress with 52 individually carved feathers. The statue is mounted on a beautiful block of wood, which was part of a barn in Maine. A resident of Waldwick since 1972, Seise recently retired after 39 years of teaching music and computers for the Park Ridge Public Schools. He continues to work as a piano technician and is a registered craftsman in the Piano Technicians Guild. Seise took up the hobby of woodcarving at the Waldwick-Midland Park Adult School in the early ‘70s and completed his first piece, a ‘deco duck,’ in 1978. He is a member of the National Woodcarvers Association and the New Jersey Chapter of the National Woodcarvers Association. The library is located at 19 East Prospect Street in Waldwick. Hours of operation are Monday through Thursday 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call (201) 652-5104. 30 minutes of your time can save a life. 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