April 8, 2009 THE VILLADOM TIMES IV • Page 27 Ramsey Review Easter Egg Hunt set The annual Easter Egg Hunt, sponsored by the Recreation Commission, will be held on Saturday, April 11, beginning at 10 a.m. There is no rain date. Children will be divided into three age categories: under age two with one parent, ages three through five, and ages six through eight. There will be over 2,500 eggs hidden on the grounds of the Adorno Fathers on Darlington Avenue. Children who find an egg with a gold coin will win an Easter basket. For further information, contact John Solarino, at (201) 825-8299. Blood Drive scheduled The Ramsey Junior Woman’s Club and Ramsey Rescue Squad will host a Blood Drive in cooperation with Good Samaritan Hospital. The drive will be held April 18 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Ramsey Rescue Squad on Island Road. Walk-ins are welcome. For more information, or to schedule an appointment, call (201) 818-2737. Seniors host school board candidate, activities The seniors have invited the candidates for the Ramsey Board of Education to speak at the center in Finch Park on Friday, April 17, at 1 p.m. This is an opportunity to ask questions about the school budget. The public vote on the budget and the school board candidates will be held Tuesday, April 21. Anyone who is unable to get an absentee ballot application from the borough hall or senior center, may call (201) 825-1975. A volunteer will deliver it. This month, the “Over 60”seniors are dining out for the spring luncheon to be held at Look See restaurant in Ramsey on Monday, April 20 at noon. Signup has begun at the borough hall. The price is $7 per person payable to the Ramsey Seniors. Women who wear their favorite spring bonnet are eligible to win a prize. The Bocce Boys meet every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 1 p.m. at the Ramsey Pool. The walking group meets every morning at the Drug Fair parking lot at 8 a.m. Wear comfortable sneakers and walk the bicycle path to Interstate. For more information on upcoming events, call the senior center at (201)825-1975. Municipal pool registration begins The Ramsey Pool Commission’s annual brochure will not be mailed this year, but is available online at www. ramseynj.com. The brochure can be accessed through the Municipal Pool tab on the left side of the home page. Copies of the brochure and the registration forms will be available at the municipal building, 33 North Central Avenue. For further information, contact Joe Collins, pool manager, at (201) 825-8317, or Karen Dey, pool secretary, at (201) 825-2518. Cleanup Day set The Ramsey Environmental Commission’s annual Cleanup Day is scheduled for Saturday, April 18, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., with a rain date of Sunday, April 19. Residents may sign up at the Ramsey Rescue building across from Ramsey High School on the day of the event. For further information, contact Angela Strollo at astrollo2@verizon.net. Adult sports programs offered Registration is underway for the three adult sports programs sponsored by the Ramsey Recreation Commission: Men’s Over 50 Softball, Women’s Over 25 Softball, and Adult Soccer. Registration forms are available online at www.ramseynj.com. League play begins this month. For further information, contact John Solarino at (201) 825-8299. Leisure Club plans trip The Leisure Club is planning a bus trip to the Woodlock Pines in Hawley, Pennsylvania on Thursday, April 23. Entertainment, a buffet lunch, and boat ride are included. Call Connie at (201) 327-4170 for pricing and information. Summer camps available Ramsey Adult School offers three affordable summer camp programs for children. The camps cater to children entering kindergarten through ninth grade. Ramsey residency is not required. Summer Sensations is a morning enrichment camp taught by district teachers. The camp runs Monday to Friday, July 6 through 24, from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. This program is open to children entering kindergarten to fifth grade next fall, and costs $165 for one week, $295 for two weeks, or $405 for three weeks. Summer Vibrations is a music camp taught by professional music teachers. This camp runs for three weeks, Monday to Friday, July 6 through 24, from 9:15 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. This program is for children who will be entering grades five through nine in the fall, and costs $405. Children have the opportunity to participate in an overall music experience as they take part in small group lessons, electives, ensembles, and master forums. Summer Exploration: CSI Kids is a theme based camp for middle school aged children. This year’s theme is CSI Kids: Law & Order/Criminal Intent. It runs for two weeks, Monday to Friday, July 6 through 17, from 8:45 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. This program is open to children entering grades six through eight in the fall, and costs $295. Campers will investigate “crime scenes” set up by the teachers, analyze evidence in a variety of labs, and participate in mock trials. A trip to the Bergen County Bureau of Criminal Investigation to tour a real crime lab is also included. Sibling discounts apply to all camps if registering more than one child. Call (201) 785-2300 extension 20401 for brochures and general information, or visit www.ramseyadultschool.com. Gallery features ‘Spring & Art’ A new exhibit, “Spring & Art,” will be on display through June 19 at Fieldstone Fine Art in Ramsey. Spring is a time of awakening and birth. Likewise, art reaffirms our spiritual capacity for creativity, inner strength, and renewal. This new exhibit includes a selection of new paintings by Fieldstone Fine Art’s exceptional stable of artists and introduces the work of three more accomplished career artists. The gallery invites the public to celebrate spring and art. Gallery hours are Tuesday through Friday, 1 to 7 p.m. and Saturday, 1 to 6 p.m. Fieldstone Fine Art is located at 147 East Main Street, Ramsey. For more information on the exhibit, visit www.FieldstoneFineArt.com. Teens available for employment YES, the Youth Employment Service, has Ramsey High School teens who will baby-sit, pet sit, garden, and can handle computer and office work, and a host of other things. Call (201) 785-2300, extension 21983 or send an email YES@ramsey.k12.nj.us. Adult recreation leagues offered Registration is underway for the three adult sports programs sponsored by the Ramsey Recreation Commission: men’s over 50 softball, women’s over 25 softball, and adult soccer. Registration forms are available online at www. ramseynj.com. League play begins in April. For further information, contact John Solarino, recreation supervisor, at (201) 825-8299. Alzheimer’s support group offered A new Alzheimer’s Support Group will meet the first Monday evening of each month at The First Presbyterian Church of Ramsey, 15 Shuart Lane in Ramsey at 7 p.m. This new support group is for families and caregivers and is being offered through the trained facilitators at Distinctive Care Geriatric Care Management in conjunction with the Alzheimer’s Association of New Jersey. To register, contact Barbara Siembieda at (201) 857-5283.