Page 16 THE VILLADOM TIMES III • May 27, 2009 Waldwick Watch Brooklyn Dodgers topic of lecture The Brooklyn Dodgers of the 1950s -the team of Robinson, Snyder, Hodges, and Reese -- was one of the most exciting professional baseball teams the major leagues ever fielded. Professor James P. Kane will present their immortal story in his lecture, “The Boys of Summer,” at the Waldwick Public Library on Wednesday, June 3 at 7:30 p.m. The program will recall the games, records, and heroics and what became of these legendary players after the cheering stopped. Kane earned his doctorate in education at Fairleigh Dickinson University and served as a superintendent of schools for 25 years. He was a student athlete in the 1950s, served four years in the armed forces, and attended evening graduate courses on the G.I. Bill. He has traveled widely, offering informative and entertaining lectures on a wide variety of topics including history, linguistics, baseball, and travel. The program is free and open to the public; however, space is limited and preregistration is recommended. The library is located at 19 East Prospect Street in Waldwick. Call (201) 652-5104. Traphagen hosts Arts Festival Traphagen School will hold its Ninth Annual Arts Festival on Saturday, June 6, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The festival will include face painting, “tattoos,” a tie-dye T-shirt craft, art activities, a caricaturist, bagels, hot dogs, cotton candy, popcorn and other refreshments, with the backdrop on the students’ art on display throughout the school campus. Traphagen School is located at 153 Summit Avenue in Waldwick. This event will take place rain or shine. HCA Annual Concert in the Park The Highlands Community Association will host the 2009 Annual HCA Concert in the Park on Saturday, June 6 at 6 p.m. The concert features the 3M Band, which has played at this event for the past eight years. HCA Park is located on West Saddle River Road in Waldwick. The free concert is open to any Waldwick resident and their guests. Bring blankets, lawn chairs, beverages, and snacks. The HCA will sell pizza, glow necklaces, soft drinks, and sweets. For more information contact HCA President Don Sciolaro at (201) 445-3592. This is the fourth consecutive year the concert Resume coaching offered at library is sponsored by Judy O’Brien-Collesano of Liberty 100 Realty, (201) 445-1996 or www. A persuasive and compelling resume is an essential tool for selling services, talents, and skills to a prospective employer. As an Auxiliary hosts meeting outreach to individuals seeking employThe Waldwick Branch of the Valley Hosment in these difficult economic times, former executive recruiter, technical writer, pital Auxiliary will hold its last meeting of and engineer Merrill Rutman will offer free the season on June 3. This meeting will be private 30-minute resume coaching ses- held at noon at Mezza Luna Restaurant in sions at the Waldwick Public Library during Allendale. RSVP at (201) 447-2096. the month of June. To get the most value from the coaching Bronx Wanderers to perform session, job seekers should bring a current The Borough of Waldwick will host The resume, an outdated resume, or a list of pre- Bronx Wanderers in concert on Wednesday, vious positions and responsibilities. Instruc- May 27 at the Oval next to the municipal tion will cover the essential components of pool. All are welcome to attend this free an effective resume and the information concert, which will include the best of Dion needed to prepare or improve a resume. The and the Bronx. This free concert is schedschedule of coaching sessions is as follows: uled to begin at 7 p.m. Monday from 1 to 4 p.m. on June 8, 15, 22, or 29; and Tuesdays from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Beekeeper to speak at library on June 16, 23, or 30. Bees are a vital link in the production Rutman first began helping others prepare resumes during the economic reces- of food, but billions of honeybees die each sion of the early 1990s, when he founded year as a result of exposure to pathogens and ran a successful job-search cooperative and pesticides. Organic beekeeper, Jack for engineers. Since then, he has coached Daly, will present “Saving the Honeybee,” dozens of job candidates in honing their at the Waldwick Public Library on Wednesday, May 27 at 7:30 p.m. The presentation resumes to secure interviews. Resume coaching sessions are free and will include a demonstration of one of open to the public; however, space is limited the 13 beehives currently managed by the and registration is required. To schedule a speaker. A native of Bergen County, Daly works 30-minute appointment, call the library at as an adjunct professor in the Environmen(201) 652-5104. Petrov Ballet School, located at 134 Hopper Avenue, Waldwick, will hold its first Spring Gala, featuring the studio’s ballet and character students, and professional guest artists, on Saturday, May 30 at 1 p.m. and 7 p.m. in the Sharp Theatre, located in the Berrie Center for the Arts at Ramapo College. The performance will include the Pas d’action from ‘La Bayadère;’ ‘Bedtime Ballyhoo,’ an original short-story ballet for younger children; and an exciting divertissement of character dances. Guest artists from New Jersey Ballet, Festival Ballet, and formerly American Ballet Theatre will be performing along with the students of Petrov Ballet School in this professional-style production. Anna Liceica and Eric Otto, formerly with American Ballet Theatre and New York City Ballet, will perform a classical pas de deux. Advance tickets are $20 ($25 at the door). Call (201) 445-4499 or e-mail Spring Gala is this weekend tal Studies Department at Ramapo College, teaching world sustainability. In 2002, he was introduced to the beekeeping experience by Gunther Hauk, author of “Toward Saving the Honeybee.” Concerned over the drastic rise in the collapse of honeybee colonies in North America in recent years, Daly is interested in breeding a mite-resistant honeybee. The program is free and open to the public; however, pre-registration is recommended. The library is located at 19 East Prospect Street. Call (201) 652-5104. Alliance to sponsor Car Show The Waldwick Community Alliance will hold a Car Show at the Waldwick Train Station on Hewson Avenue on Sunday, June 7 (rain date June 14) from 9:30 a.m. until 3 p.m. Awards will be presented in all classes, with people’s choice judging. Proceeds will benefit the restoration of the train station. Spectator admission is free, and there will be food and fun for the whole family. The VFW across the street will be open for refreshments. For further details visit www. or call (201) 873-8919 or (201) 447-4635. Scout holds computer collection Kevin Borelli of Boy Scout Troop 308 is holding a June 6 computer collection for his Eagle Scout project. He will accept any electronic computer equipment in any condition: monitors, computers, printers, scanners, hard drives, mice, key boards, and speakers. Donations can be dropped off at the Waldwick American Legion parking lot at 46 Franklin Turnpike from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Borelli is working with Goodwill Industries, which has a long standing commitment to environmental responsibility. ���������������� ����������� The Villadom TIMES is giving you the opportunity to present your quality services and merchandise in its special Home Improvement & Decorating section. In The Villadom TIMES, you’ll get the exposure you need in 56,300 homes right in your market area. And, as always, your Villadom TIMES advertising message is conveniently delivered each week by US mail to every residence in the 12 Bergen County towns listed below. 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