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A compilation of silver gelatin and platinum/palladium photographic prints on the West New
York theme "From my window, and in my neighborhood," by Christine Sotowill be
on display from April 13 through May 5 at the West New York Public Library (425 60th St.).
Admission is free. For more information call 295-5135.
The Union Hill High School Department of Fine and Performing Arts will present their
annual spring musical, You're A Good Man Charlie Brown, on Friday, April 14 and
Saturday, April 15 at 8 p.m. and Sunday, April 16 at 3 p.m. The show stars Julio Garcia as
Charlie Brown, Shaline S. Alonzo as Lucy, Anthony Clemente as Linus, Alex Cardoza as
Schroeder, Jennifer Casper as Patty, and Viviana Piedrahita as Snoopy. All performances will
be held at the Union Hill High School auditorium on 39th Street and Hudson Avenue in Union
City. Tickets are $5 in advance and $6 at the door. For more information call 348-5786.
Acclaimed dancer-turned-fine-artistSheila K. Sobel's pearlescent ink and plywood artwork is currently
on display at the Rotunda Gallery (280 Grove St., Jersey City). The show will run through April 30. For more
information call 547-5522.
Sick of your mother nagging that you slouch too much? The Palisades Medical Center (7600 River Rd.,
North Bergen) is holding an Occupational Therapy fair in honor of National Occupational Therapy month on
Thursday, April 13 from 7 a.m. to noon. The fair offers information and education on the biomechanics of lifting
and ADL equipment use for lower extremity dressing. The ergonomics station will provide useful tips on sitting
posture, and participants will have the opportunity to perform a handgrip test to measure the level of strength in
the right and left hands. For more information call 854-5585.
In desperate need of summer shade? The National Arbor Day Foundation is giving away ten free six- to
twelve-inch shade trees to each person who joins the foundation's campaign to encourage tree planting to
commemorate the new millennium. The ten shade trees include Red Oak, Maple, Weeping Willow, Green Ash,
Thornless Honeylocust, Pine Oak, River Birch, Tuliptree, Silver Maple and Red Maple. The trees will be shipped,
postpaid, in April or May with enclosed planting instructions. The trees are guaranteed to grow or they will be
replaced free of charge. To become a member of the Foundation and receive the free trees, send a $10
contribution to Ten Free Shade Trees, National Arbor Day Foundation, 100 Arbor Ave., Nebraska City, NE 68410
by April 30. For more information call (402) 474-5655.
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