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Friday 02/01/2002

Tiffany & Co. artifacts display in Madison
Location: Museum of Early Trades & Crafts, Main Street at Green Village Road, Madison
The exhibit, "Exquisite Crafts: A Safe Place," showcases splendid Tiffany & Co. artifacts in a restored walk-in safe. The safe covers 50 square feet of floor and had a quarter-inch thick steel door. The exhibit features brilliant silverware and personal items such as a butterfly tray of sterling silver, an ice cream server in the English King Pattern, and a sterling silver and tortoise shell moustache comb. The pieces all date from the mid to late 19th century. Further information on directions or museum hours: (973) 377-2982.


Saturday 02/02/2002

Tiffany & Co. artifacts display in Madison
Location: Museum of Early Trades & Crafts, Main Street at Green Village Road, Madison
The exhibit, "Exquisite Crafts: A Safe Place," showcases splendid Tiffany & Co. artifacts in a restored walk-in safe. The safe covers 50 square feet of floor and had a quarter-inch thick steel door. The exhibit features brilliant silverware and personal items such as a butterfly tray of sterling silver, an ice cream server in the English King Pattern, and a sterling silver and tortoise shell moustache comb. The pieces all date from the mid to late 19th century. Further information on directions or museum hours: (973) 377-2982.


Sunday 02/03/2002

Tiffany & Co. artifacts display in Madison
Location: Museum of Early Trades & Crafts, Main Street at Green Village Road, Madison
The exhibit, "Exquisite Crafts: A Safe Place," showcases splendid Tiffany & Co. artifacts in a restored walk-in safe. The safe covers 50 square feet of floor and had a quarter-inch thick steel door. The exhibit features brilliant silverware and personal items such as a butterfly tray of sterling silver, an ice cream server in the English King Pattern, and a sterling silver and tortoise shell moustache comb. The pieces all date from the mid to late 19th century. Further information on directions or museum hours: (973) 377-2982.


Tuesday 02/05/2002

Get cultured with folk dancing lessons
Time: 7:30pm - 9:30pm
Location: Rockaway Valley United Methodist Church Hall, Valley Road (intersection of Peach Tree Road), Boonton
Men, women and teens welcome to learn authentic village dances of many cultures and countries using their original music. No need to come with a partner. Instructor is Betty Ciallella, an experienced folk dance teacher. Contribution: $5 per session. Further information: Beryl McMillan (973) 299-1753 or Lekha Keister (973) 492-8418.


Tuesday 02/12/2002

Get cultured with folk dancing lessons
Time: 7:30pm - 9:30pm
Location: Rockaway Valley United Methodist Church Hall, Valley Road (intersection of Peach Tree Road), Boonton
Men, women and teens welcome to learn authentic village dances of many cultures and countries using their original music. No need to come with a partner. Instructor is Betty Ciallella, an experienced folk dance teacher. Contribution: $5 per session. Further information: Beryl McMillan (973) 299-1753 or Lekha Keister (973) 492-8418.


Tuesday 02/19/2002

Get cultured with folk dancing lessons
Time: 7:30pm - 9:30pm
Location: Rockaway Valley United Methodist Church Hall, Valley Road (intersection of Peach Tree Road), Boonton
Men, women and teens welcome to learn authentic village dances of many cultures and countries using their original music. No need to come with a partner. Instructor is Betty Ciallella, an experienced folk dance teacher. Contribution: $5 per session. Further information: Beryl McMillan (973) 299-1753 or Lekha Keister (973) 492-8418.


Tuesday 02/26/2002

Get cultured with folk dancing lessons
Time: 7:30pm - 9:30pm
Location: Rockaway Valley United Methodist Church Hall, Valley Road (intersection of Peach Tree Road), Boonton
Men, women and teens welcome to learn authentic village dances of many cultures and countries using their original music. No need to come with a partner. Instructor is Betty Ciallella, an experienced folk dance teacher. Contribution: $5 per session. Further information: Beryl McMillan (973) 299-1753 or Lekha Keister (973) 492-8418.

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