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Monday, May 1st, 2017

  • | 8:00am - 8:00pm | Sports and Recreation, Tennis, USTA, recreation, sports, fun, fitness,
    - WHAT: For adults looking for a fun, social and healthy activity, it’s time to grab a racquet, sneakers, some tennis balls and head to a local tennis court.
    Registration for USTA tennis leagues is now taking place across the country – the perfect way to play for those looking to enjoy the thrill of competition while making friends in the process.
    The USTA offers a wide variety of competitive tennis programs available for members of all ages.

    WHEN: Registration is now open until July 1, 2017 in the following age groups: 40&Over and 18&Over and will go until July 15, 2017 for the
    55&Over Leagues.

    TO REGISTER: Contact Bobby Choe, NJ Community Tennis Association Bergen County, 201-851-8010, bobby@njtennis.org.

    For more information, visit click for details

    ABOUT: USTA League
    USTA League offers several programs throughout the year that vary by gender, age and skill level. Formats also vary, with singles, doubles and mixed doubles available. Teams and leagues are set up by ability, which means matches will be competitive and stimulating. In addition to tennis being social and fun, the health benefits of our lifetime sport include increased burning of calories, reduction in blood pressure and reduced stress. These benefits play a role in reducing the risk of heart disease, the #1 life-threatening disease among men and women.
     
           
    Bobby Choe 201.851.8010 bobby@njtennis.org

Tuesday, May 2nd, 2017

  • | 8:00am - 8:00pm | Sports and Recreation, Tennis, USTA, recreation, sports, fun, fitness,
    - WHAT: For adults looking for a fun, social and healthy activity, it’s time to grab a racquet, sneakers, some tennis balls and head to a local tennis court.
    Registration for USTA tennis leagues is now taking place across the country – the perfect way to play for those looking to enjoy the thrill of competition while making friends in the process.
    The USTA offers a wide variety of competitive tennis programs available for members of all ages.

    WHEN: Registration is now open until July 1, 2017 in the following age groups: 40&Over and 18&Over and will go until July 15, 2017 for the
    55&Over Leagues.

    TO REGISTER: Contact Bobby Choe, NJ Community Tennis Association Bergen County, 201-851-8010, bobby@njtennis.org.

    For more information, visit click for details

    ABOUT: USTA League
    USTA League offers several programs throughout the year that vary by gender, age and skill level. Formats also vary, with singles, doubles and mixed doubles available. Teams and leagues are set up by ability, which means matches will be competitive and stimulating. In addition to tennis being social and fun, the health benefits of our lifetime sport include increased burning of calories, reduction in blood pressure and reduced stress. These benefits play a role in reducing the risk of heart disease, the #1 life-threatening disease among men and women.
     
           
    Bobby Choe 201.851.8010 bobby@njtennis.org
  • | NATL - Moon Phases
    - Moon enters First Quarter phase at 10:47PM, EDT.
     
           

Wednesday, May 3rd, 2017

  • | 8:00am - 8:00pm | Sports and Recreation, Tennis, USTA, recreation, sports, fun, fitness,
    - WHAT: For adults looking for a fun, social and healthy activity, it’s time to grab a racquet, sneakers, some tennis balls and head to a local tennis court.
    Registration for USTA tennis leagues is now taking place across the country – the perfect way to play for those looking to enjoy the thrill of competition while making friends in the process.
    The USTA offers a wide variety of competitive tennis programs available for members of all ages.

    WHEN: Registration is now open until July 1, 2017 in the following age groups: 40&Over and 18&Over and will go until July 15, 2017 for the
    55&Over Leagues.

    TO REGISTER: Contact Bobby Choe, NJ Community Tennis Association Bergen County, 201-851-8010, bobby@njtennis.org.

    For more information, visit click for details

    ABOUT: USTA League
    USTA League offers several programs throughout the year that vary by gender, age and skill level. Formats also vary, with singles, doubles and mixed doubles available. Teams and leagues are set up by ability, which means matches will be competitive and stimulating. In addition to tennis being social and fun, the health benefits of our lifetime sport include increased burning of calories, reduction in blood pressure and reduced stress. These benefits play a role in reducing the risk of heart disease, the #1 life-threatening disease among men and women.
     
           
    Bobby Choe 201.851.8010 bobby@njtennis.org
  • - Eleven never-before-seen examples of Pat Lipsky’s early work—pictures acclaimed in the New York Times, Arts, and collected by the Hirshhorn and Whitney Museums, among others—are proudly presented by GP Contemporary Gallery in the new exhibition Stain Paintings 1968—1975.

    The exhibition will be accompanied by a 30 page catalog with an essay by the celebrated writer & art critic Carter Ratcliff. These canvases track Lipsky’s progress across her first decade in New York City; the years in which this contemporary painter was coming of age. A reception with the artist will be held on April 6, 2017 from 6:00–8:00 PM. The exhibition will then be on view through Saturday, May 6, the gallery’s first solo showing of Lipsky’s work. GP Contemporary Gallery, a celebrated branch of Gerald Peters Gallery, is located at 24 East 78th Street, New York, NY, and gallery hours are Monday through Friday, 10am - 5pm, Saturday 12-5pm. click for details

    The eleven works were discovered by GP Contemporary Managing Director Gavin Spanierman, after being stored away for nearly half a century. These masterworks will be unveiled at the exhibition’s opening—pieces that range from spontaneous flowing bands of color to a deliberate grid organized by striking hues—and represent a thrilling opportunity to experience a painter at the start of a celebrated career, and to revisit the art world of New York in the nineteen-seventies.

    “Judgments made in these paintings still resonate today,” said Spanierman. “Visitors will have the opportunity to see beautiful artwork charged with sophistication and meaningful energy. These visual expressions are dynamic, balanced and timeless.” The images reflect the excitement of the period—a moment when American art and American life was being challenged and enriched. That dynamism is captured and extended in Lipsky’s bold work.

    Through the exhibition we witness an exciting transformation in the painter’s approach. The earliest pieces present striking and well-defined ribbons of color, beautifully stacked in matching and undulating forms. As Lipsky’s style evolves the character of her imagery changes and tightens, becoming a loose representation of its former self—subtler and more imperceptible—until her mature style comes into view.

    Working in her prevailing mode of the time—gestural abstraction—Lipsky applies sponged acrylic paint to raw canvas, creating a striking watercolor effect, often amplified by a stark background. We see influences of Rothko, Matisse and Pollock, the paint frequently beginning as splatter. The hand-drawn grid lines in the final piece, Sixth Avenue, enclose the viewer while reflecting the streets of Manhattan, arguably the most famous grid in the world. Often associated with lyrical abstraction, color field, and later geometric abstraction, Lipsky’s work demands to be contemplated. This is a chance to relive the start of a career, with a female artist whose work has become well known among museum-goers and collectors.

    Pat Lipsky lives and works in New York. Raised in Manhattan Beach, Brooklyn, her interest in painting were stimulated as a young girl, visiting museums and studying painting at the Brooklyn Museum with Moses Soyer, aesthetics with Jewish Museum Director Alan Solomon at Cornell University, later with the theoretician and sculptor Tony Smith at Hunter. Lipsky began exhibiting her work as a 28 year-old at the André Emmerich Gallery during the late 1960s. She has exhibited both nationally and internationally for five decades. Her work is included in countless private collections and 26 museum collections, including the Brooklyn Museum, the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Wadsworth Atheneum, the Walker Art Center, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. She is a winner of the prestigious Adolf and Esther Gottlieb Foundation Grant, the Pollock Krasner Foundation Grant, and is a recipient of awards from the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, among others.

    For further information, please contact Gavin Spanierman, Managing Director, at gspanierman@gpgalleryny.com or by phone at 212.628.9760.
    Gerald Peters Contemporary Gallery
    24 East 78th Street New York NY 10075
    Gavin Spanierman 212.628.9760 gspanierman@gpgalleryny.com
  • | 6:00pm - 8:30pm | Health Seminars and Screenings
    - Please join the NJ Chapter of the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation to learn about the latest advances in Inflammatory Bowel Disease treatment and management. Dinner will be provided.
    Hacksensack University Medical Center, David & Alice Jurist Research Center
    30 Prospect Ave Hackensack NJ 07601
    Alyssa Strauss 914.812.8990 astrauss@crohnscolitisfoundation.org

Thursday, May 4th, 2017

  • | 8:00am - 8:00pm | Sports and Recreation, Tennis, USTA, recreation, sports, fun, fitness,
    - WHAT: For adults looking for a fun, social and healthy activity, it’s time to grab a racquet, sneakers, some tennis balls and head to a local tennis court.
    Registration for USTA tennis leagues is now taking place across the country – the perfect way to play for those looking to enjoy the thrill of competition while making friends in the process.
    The USTA offers a wide variety of competitive tennis programs available for members of all ages.

    WHEN: Registration is now open until July 1, 2017 in the following age groups: 40&Over and 18&Over and will go until July 15, 2017 for the
    55&Over Leagues.

    TO REGISTER: Contact Bobby Choe, NJ Community Tennis Association Bergen County, 201-851-8010, bobby@njtennis.org.

    For more information, visit click for details

    ABOUT: USTA League
    USTA League offers several programs throughout the year that vary by gender, age and skill level. Formats also vary, with singles, doubles and mixed doubles available. Teams and leagues are set up by ability, which means matches will be competitive and stimulating. In addition to tennis being social and fun, the health benefits of our lifetime sport include increased burning of calories, reduction in blood pressure and reduced stress. These benefits play a role in reducing the risk of heart disease, the #1 life-threatening disease among men and women.
     
           
    Bobby Choe 201.851.8010 bobby@njtennis.org
  • | NATL - Public Interest
    - The National Day of Prayer is an annual observance held on the first Thursday of May, inviting people of all faiths to pray for the nation. It was created in 1952 by a joint resolution of the United States Congress, and signed into law by President Harry S. Truman. Our Task Force is a privately funded organization whose purpose is to encourage participation on the National Day of Prayer. It exists to communicate with every individual the need for personal repentance and prayer, to create appropriate materials, and to mobilize the Christian community to intercede for America’s leaders and its families. The Task Force represents a Judeo-Christian expression of the national observance, based on our understanding that this country was birthed in prayer and in reverence for the God of the Bible.
     
           

Friday, May 5th, 2017

  • | 8:00am - 8:00pm | Sports and Recreation, Tennis, USTA, recreation, sports, fun, fitness,
    - WHAT: For adults looking for a fun, social and healthy activity, it’s time to grab a racquet, sneakers, some tennis balls and head to a local tennis court.
    Registration for USTA tennis leagues is now taking place across the country – the perfect way to play for those looking to enjoy the thrill of competition while making friends in the process.
    The USTA offers a wide variety of competitive tennis programs available for members of all ages.

    WHEN: Registration is now open until July 1, 2017 in the following age groups: 40&Over and 18&Over and will go until July 15, 2017 for the
    55&Over Leagues.

    TO REGISTER: Contact Bobby Choe, NJ Community Tennis Association Bergen County, 201-851-8010, bobby@njtennis.org.

    For more information, visit click for details

    ABOUT: USTA League
    USTA League offers several programs throughout the year that vary by gender, age and skill level. Formats also vary, with singles, doubles and mixed doubles available. Teams and leagues are set up by ability, which means matches will be competitive and stimulating. In addition to tennis being social and fun, the health benefits of our lifetime sport include increased burning of calories, reduction in blood pressure and reduced stress. These benefits play a role in reducing the risk of heart disease, the #1 life-threatening disease among men and women.
     
           
    Bobby Choe 201.851.8010 bobby@njtennis.org
  • | NATL - Seasonal
    - Mexican National Holiday recognizing the anniversary of the Battle of Puebla in 1862. Anniversary is observed by Mexicans everywhere with parades, festivals, dances, and speeches.
     
           
  • | NATL - Historical
    - Other than the Great Depression of the 1930's, this was the worst economic crisis in US history.
     
           

Saturday, May 6th, 2017

  • | 8:00am - 8:00pm | Sports and Recreation, Tennis, USTA, recreation, sports, fun, fitness,
    - WHAT: For adults looking for a fun, social and healthy activity, it’s time to grab a racquet, sneakers, some tennis balls and head to a local tennis court.
    Registration for USTA tennis leagues is now taking place across the country – the perfect way to play for those looking to enjoy the thrill of competition while making friends in the process.
    The USTA offers a wide variety of competitive tennis programs available for members of all ages.

    WHEN: Registration is now open until July 1, 2017 in the following age groups: 40&Over and 18&Over and will go until July 15, 2017 for the
    55&Over Leagues.

    TO REGISTER: Contact Bobby Choe, NJ Community Tennis Association Bergen County, 201-851-8010, bobby@njtennis.org.

    For more information, visit click for details

    ABOUT: USTA League
    USTA League offers several programs throughout the year that vary by gender, age and skill level. Formats also vary, with singles, doubles and mixed doubles available. Teams and leagues are set up by ability, which means matches will be competitive and stimulating. In addition to tennis being social and fun, the health benefits of our lifetime sport include increased burning of calories, reduction in blood pressure and reduced stress. These benefits play a role in reducing the risk of heart disease, the #1 life-threatening disease among men and women.
     
           
    Bobby Choe 201.851.8010 bobby@njtennis.org
  • - Eleven never-before-seen examples of Pat Lipsky’s early work—pictures acclaimed in the New York Times, Arts, and collected by the Hirshhorn and Whitney Museums, among others—are proudly presented by GP Contemporary Gallery in the new exhibition Stain Paintings 1968—1975.

    The exhibition will be accompanied by a 30 page catalog with an essay by the celebrated writer & art critic Carter Ratcliff. These canvases track Lipsky’s progress across her first decade in New York City; the years in which this contemporary painter was coming of age. A reception with the artist will be held on April 6, 2017 from 6:00–8:00 PM. The exhibition will then be on view through Saturday, May 6, the gallery’s first solo showing of Lipsky’s work. GP Contemporary Gallery, a celebrated branch of Gerald Peters Gallery, is located at 24 East 78th Street, New York, NY, and gallery hours are Monday through Friday, 10am - 5pm, Saturday 12-5pm. click for details

    The eleven works were discovered by GP Contemporary Managing Director Gavin Spanierman, after being stored away for nearly half a century. These masterworks will be unveiled at the exhibition’s opening—pieces that range from spontaneous flowing bands of color to a deliberate grid organized by striking hues—and represent a thrilling opportunity to experience a painter at the start of a celebrated career, and to revisit the art world of New York in the nineteen-seventies.

    “Judgments made in these paintings still resonate today,” said Spanierman. “Visitors will have the opportunity to see beautiful artwork charged with sophistication and meaningful energy. These visual expressions are dynamic, balanced and timeless.” The images reflect the excitement of the period—a moment when American art and American life was being challenged and enriched. That dynamism is captured and extended in Lipsky’s bold work.

    Through the exhibition we witness an exciting transformation in the painter’s approach. The earliest pieces present striking and well-defined ribbons of color, beautifully stacked in matching and undulating forms. As Lipsky’s style evolves the character of her imagery changes and tightens, becoming a loose representation of its former self—subtler and more imperceptible—until her mature style comes into view.

    Working in her prevailing mode of the time—gestural abstraction—Lipsky applies sponged acrylic paint to raw canvas, creating a striking watercolor effect, often amplified by a stark background. We see influences of Rothko, Matisse and Pollock, the paint frequently beginning as splatter. The hand-drawn grid lines in the final piece, Sixth Avenue, enclose the viewer while reflecting the streets of Manhattan, arguably the most famous grid in the world. Often associated with lyrical abstraction, color field, and later geometric abstraction, Lipsky’s work demands to be contemplated. This is a chance to relive the start of a career, with a female artist whose work has become well known among museum-goers and collectors.

    Pat Lipsky lives and works in New York. Raised in Manhattan Beach, Brooklyn, her interest in painting were stimulated as a young girl, visiting museums and studying painting at the Brooklyn Museum with Moses Soyer, aesthetics with Jewish Museum Director Alan Solomon at Cornell University, later with the theoretician and sculptor Tony Smith at Hunter. Lipsky began exhibiting her work as a 28 year-old at the André Emmerich Gallery during the late 1960s. She has exhibited both nationally and internationally for five decades. Her work is included in countless private collections and 26 museum collections, including the Brooklyn Museum, the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Wadsworth Atheneum, the Walker Art Center, and the Whitney Museum of American Art. She is a winner of the prestigious Adolf and Esther Gottlieb Foundation Grant, the Pollock Krasner Foundation Grant, and is a recipient of awards from the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, among others.

    For further information, please contact Gavin Spanierman, Managing Director, at gspanierman@gpgalleryny.com or by phone at 212.628.9760.
    Gerald Peters Contemporary Gallery
    24 East 78th Street New York NY 10075
    Gavin Spanierman 212.628.9760 gspanierman@gpgalleryny.com
  • | NATL - Sports and Entertainment
    - The 143rd running of America's premier Thoroughbred horse race.
    Churchill Downs, the world's most legendary racetrack, has conducted thoroughbred racing and presented America's greatest race, the Kentucky Derby, continuously since 1875.
    For information on race times and party ideas go to click for details
     
           

Sunday, May 7th, 2017

  • | 8:00am - 8:00pm | Sports and Recreation, Tennis, USTA, recreation, sports, fun, fitness,
    - WHAT: For adults looking for a fun, social and healthy activity, it’s time to grab a racquet, sneakers, some tennis balls and head to a local tennis court.
    Registration for USTA tennis leagues is now taking place across the country – the perfect way to play for those looking to enjoy the thrill of competition while making friends in the process.
    The USTA offers a wide variety of competitive tennis programs available for members of all ages.

    WHEN: Registration is now open until July 1, 2017 in the following age groups: 40&Over and 18&Over and will go until July 15, 2017 for the
    55&Over Leagues.

    TO REGISTER: Contact Bobby Choe, NJ Community Tennis Association Bergen County, 201-851-8010, bobby@njtennis.org.

    For more information, visit click for details

    ABOUT: USTA League
    USTA League offers several programs throughout the year that vary by gender, age and skill level. Formats also vary, with singles, doubles and mixed doubles available. Teams and leagues are set up by ability, which means matches will be competitive and stimulating. In addition to tennis being social and fun, the health benefits of our lifetime sport include increased burning of calories, reduction in blood pressure and reduced stress. These benefits play a role in reducing the risk of heart disease, the #1 life-threatening disease among men and women.
     
           
    Bobby Choe 201.851.8010 bobby@njtennis.org
  • | 12:00pm - 4:00pm | Charity, Fundraiser, camp maranacook arts, Talent Agent Sunday In Montclair, actors, NY Talent Agents,
    - TALENT AGENT SUNDAY IN MONTCLAIR on May 7th will be a fundraiser for the launch of Camp Maranacook Arts (coming Fall 2017 to Montclair), hosted by The Soiree Fair Influence.

    This will be a dynamic afternoon geared toward learning more about the opportunities for aspiring and experienced actors interested in the New York City actor market and how a Talent Agent can help you achieve your goals.

    This is a rare opportunity for New York Agents to come to you.

    The format will be an interactive and informative seminar, with a no holds barred Q&A and offering a golden opportunity to audition for these expert and fully-franchised talent agents and for them to give you valuable feedback and pointers on how to navigate the New York actor market and moving forward in your career.
    Ages 6+.

    Come join us for this unique afternoon to learn and show off your acting chops.

    Free Snacks will be available.
    For tickets visit: click for details
    Montclair State University
    1 Normal Ave Montclair NJ 07043
    Camp Maranacook Arts 646.685.4313 info@campmaranacookarts.org

Monday, May 8th, 2017

  • | 8:00am - 8:00pm | Sports and Recreation, Tennis, USTA, recreation, sports, fun, fitness,
    - WHAT: For adults looking for a fun, social and healthy activity, it’s time to grab a racquet, sneakers, some tennis balls and head to a local tennis court.
    Registration for USTA tennis leagues is now taking place across the country – the perfect way to play for those looking to enjoy the thrill of competition while making friends in the process.
    The USTA offers a wide variety of competitive tennis programs available for members of all ages.

    WHEN: Registration is now open until July 1, 2017 in the following age groups: 40&Over and 18&Over and will go until July 15, 2017 for the
    55&Over Leagues.

    TO REGISTER: Contact Bobby Choe, NJ Community Tennis Association Bergen County, 201-851-8010, bobby@njtennis.org.

    For more information, visit click for details

    ABOUT: USTA League
    USTA League offers several programs throughout the year that vary by gender, age and skill level. Formats also vary, with singles, doubles and mixed doubles available. Teams and leagues are set up by ability, which means matches will be competitive and stimulating. In addition to tennis being social and fun, the health benefits of our lifetime sport include increased burning of calories, reduction in blood pressure and reduced stress. These benefits play a role in reducing the risk of heart disease, the #1 life-threatening disease among men and women.
     
           
    Bobby Choe 201.851.8010 bobby@njtennis.org

Tuesday, May 9th, 2017

  • | 8:00am - 8:00pm | Sports and Recreation, Tennis, USTA, recreation, sports, fun, fitness,
    - WHAT: For adults looking for a fun, social and healthy activity, it’s time to grab a racquet, sneakers, some tennis balls and head to a local tennis court.
    Registration for USTA tennis leagues is now taking place across the country – the perfect way to play for those looking to enjoy the thrill of competition while making friends in the process.
    The USTA offers a wide variety of competitive tennis programs available for members of all ages.

    WHEN: Registration is now open until July 1, 2017 in the following age groups: 40&Over and 18&Over and will go until July 15, 2017 for the
    55&Over Leagues.

    TO REGISTER: Contact Bobby Choe, NJ Community Tennis Association Bergen County, 201-851-8010, bobby@njtennis.org.

    For more information, visit click for details

    ABOUT: USTA League
    USTA League offers several programs throughout the year that vary by gender, age and skill level. Formats also vary, with singles, doubles and mixed doubles available. Teams and leagues are set up by ability, which means matches will be competitive and stimulating. In addition to tennis being social and fun, the health benefits of our lifetime sport include increased burning of calories, reduction in blood pressure and reduced stress. These benefits play a role in reducing the risk of heart disease, the #1 life-threatening disease among men and women.
     
           
    Bobby Choe 201.851.8010 bobby@njtennis.org

Wednesday, May 10th, 2017

  • | 8:00am - 8:00pm | Sports and Recreation, Tennis, USTA, recreation, sports, fun, fitness,
    - WHAT: For adults looking for a fun, social and healthy activity, it’s time to grab a racquet, sneakers, some tennis balls and head to a local tennis court.
    Registration for USTA tennis leagues is now taking place across the country – the perfect way to play for those looking to enjoy the thrill of competition while making friends in the process.
    The USTA offers a wide variety of competitive tennis programs available for members of all ages.

    WHEN: Registration is now open until July 1, 2017 in the following age groups: 40&Over and 18&Over and will go until July 15, 2017 for the
    55&Over Leagues.

    TO REGISTER: Contact Bobby Choe, NJ Community Tennis Association Bergen County, 201-851-8010, bobby@njtennis.org.

    For more information, visit click for details

    ABOUT: USTA League
    USTA League offers several programs throughout the year that vary by gender, age and skill level. Formats also vary, with singles, doubles and mixed doubles available. Teams and leagues are set up by ability, which means matches will be competitive and stimulating. In addition to tennis being social and fun, the health benefits of our lifetime sport include increased burning of calories, reduction in blood pressure and reduced stress. These benefits play a role in reducing the risk of heart disease, the #1 life-threatening disease among men and women.
     
           
    Bobby Choe 201.851.8010 bobby@njtennis.org
  • | NATL - Moon Phases
    - Moon enters Full Moon Phase at 5:42 PM, EDT.
     
           
  • | NATL - Moon Phases
    - So called by the Native American tribes of New England and the Great Lakes because by this time of the year, flowers are everywhere. The May Full Moon.
     
           

Thursday, May 11th, 2017

  • | 8:00am - 8:00pm | Sports and Recreation, Tennis, USTA, recreation, sports, fun, fitness,
    - WHAT: For adults looking for a fun, social and healthy activity, it’s time to grab a racquet, sneakers, some tennis balls and head to a local tennis court.
    Registration for USTA tennis leagues is now taking place across the country – the perfect way to play for those looking to enjoy the thrill of competition while making friends in the process.
    The USTA offers a wide variety of competitive tennis programs available for members of all ages.

    WHEN: Registration is now open until July 1, 2017 in the following age groups: 40&Over and 18&Over and will go until July 15, 2017 for the
    55&Over Leagues.

    TO REGISTER: Contact Bobby Choe, NJ Community Tennis Association Bergen County, 201-851-8010, bobby@njtennis.org.

    For more information, visit click for details

    ABOUT: USTA League
    USTA League offers several programs throughout the year that vary by gender, age and skill level. Formats also vary, with singles, doubles and mixed doubles available. Teams and leagues are set up by ability, which means matches will be competitive and stimulating. In addition to tennis being social and fun, the health benefits of our lifetime sport include increased burning of calories, reduction in blood pressure and reduced stress. These benefits play a role in reducing the risk of heart disease, the #1 life-threatening disease among men and women.
     
           
    Bobby Choe 201.851.8010 bobby@njtennis.org

Friday, May 12th, 2017

  • | 8:00am - 8:00pm | Sports and Recreation, Tennis, USTA, recreation, sports, fun, fitness,
    - WHAT: For adults looking for a fun, social and healthy activity, it’s time to grab a racquet, sneakers, some tennis balls and head to a local tennis court.
    Registration for USTA tennis leagues is now taking place across the country – the perfect way to play for those looking to enjoy the thrill of competition while making friends in the process.
    The USTA offers a wide variety of competitive tennis programs available for members of all ages.

    WHEN: Registration is now open until July 1, 2017 in the following age groups: 40&Over and 18&Over and will go until July 15, 2017 for the
    55&Over Leagues.

    TO REGISTER: Contact Bobby Choe, NJ Community Tennis Association Bergen County, 201-851-8010, bobby@njtennis.org.

    For more information, visit click for details

    ABOUT: USTA League
    USTA League offers several programs throughout the year that vary by gender, age and skill level. Formats also vary, with singles, doubles and mixed doubles available. Teams and leagues are set up by ability, which means matches will be competitive and stimulating. In addition to tennis being social and fun, the health benefits of our lifetime sport include increased burning of calories, reduction in blood pressure and reduced stress. These benefits play a role in reducing the risk of heart disease, the #1 life-threatening disease among men and women.
     
           
    Bobby Choe 201.851.8010 bobby@njtennis.org

Saturday, May 13th, 2017

  • | 8:00am - 8:00pm | Sports and Recreation, Tennis, USTA, recreation, sports, fun, fitness,
    - WHAT: For adults looking for a fun, social and healthy activity, it’s time to grab a racquet, sneakers, some tennis balls and head to a local tennis court.
    Registration for USTA tennis leagues is now taking place across the country – the perfect way to play for those looking to enjoy the thrill of competition while making friends in the process.
    The USTA offers a wide variety of competitive tennis programs available for members of all ages.

    WHEN: Registration is now open until July 1, 2017 in the following age groups: 40&Over and 18&Over and will go until July 15, 2017 for the
    55&Over Leagues.

    TO REGISTER: Contact Bobby Choe, NJ Community Tennis Association Bergen County, 201-851-8010, bobby@njtennis.org.

    For more information, visit click for details

    ABOUT: USTA League
    USTA League offers several programs throughout the year that vary by gender, age and skill level. Formats also vary, with singles, doubles and mixed doubles available. Teams and leagues are set up by ability, which means matches will be competitive and stimulating. In addition to tennis being social and fun, the health benefits of our lifetime sport include increased burning of calories, reduction in blood pressure and reduced stress. These benefits play a role in reducing the risk of heart disease, the #1 life-threatening disease among men and women.
     
           
    Bobby Choe 201.851.8010 bobby@njtennis.org
  • | 8:00pm - 10:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Dance, Theatre, Performing Arts
    - Bill T. Jones / Arnie Zane Company is recognized as one of the most innovative and powerful forces in the dance-theatre world. On the program, Lance: Pretty aka The Escape Artist, which tells an often tragic and sometimes outrageously humorous narrative based on the life of Bill T Jones’ nephew Lance. Lance battles with his personal demons – drugs and excess – on the battlefield of the nightlife and underworld of the late 80s and early 90s club culture and sex trade. Composer Nick Hallett and baritone Matthew Gamble accompany the stunning dancers with a delirious mixture of lullabies, rhythm and blues, and house music.
    Lance is a new work commissioned by the American Dance Festival, Dancers’ Workshop and the Executive Director’s Fund at The Joyce Theatre Foundation.
    Tickets: $75 / $55 / $35
    The Performing Arts Center, Purchase College
    735 Anderson Hill Road Purchase NY 10577
    Box Office 914.251.6200 center@purchase.edu

Sunday, May 14th, 2017

  • | 8:00am - 8:00pm | Sports and Recreation, Tennis, USTA, recreation, sports, fun, fitness,
    - WHAT: For adults looking for a fun, social and healthy activity, it’s time to grab a racquet, sneakers, some tennis balls and head to a local tennis court.
    Registration for USTA tennis leagues is now taking place across the country – the perfect way to play for those looking to enjoy the thrill of competition while making friends in the process.
    The USTA offers a wide variety of competitive tennis programs available for members of all ages.

    WHEN: Registration is now open until July 1, 2017 in the following age groups: 40&Over and 18&Over and will go until July 15, 2017 for the
    55&Over Leagues.

    TO REGISTER: Contact Bobby Choe, NJ Community Tennis Association Bergen County, 201-851-8010, bobby@njtennis.org.

    For more information, visit click for details

    ABOUT: USTA League
    USTA League offers several programs throughout the year that vary by gender, age and skill level. Formats also vary, with singles, doubles and mixed doubles available. Teams and leagues are set up by ability, which means matches will be competitive and stimulating. In addition to tennis being social and fun, the health benefits of our lifetime sport include increased burning of calories, reduction in blood pressure and reduced stress. These benefits play a role in reducing the risk of heart disease, the #1 life-threatening disease among men and women.
     
           
    Bobby Choe 201.851.8010 bobby@njtennis.org
  • | NATL - National Holidays
    - Mother's Day in the United States is annually held on the second Sunday of May. It celebrates motherhood and it is a time to appreciate mothers and mother figures. Many people give gifts, cards, flowers, candy, a meal in a restaurant or other treats to their mother and mother figures, including grandmothers, great-grandmothers, stepmothers, and foster mothers.
     
           

Monday, May 15th, 2017

  • | 8:00am - 8:00pm | Sports and Recreation, Tennis, USTA, recreation, sports, fun, fitness,
    - WHAT: For adults looking for a fun, social and healthy activity, it’s time to grab a racquet, sneakers, some tennis balls and head to a local tennis court.
    Registration for USTA tennis leagues is now taking place across the country – the perfect way to play for those looking to enjoy the thrill of competition while making friends in the process.
    The USTA offers a wide variety of competitive tennis programs available for members of all ages.

    WHEN: Registration is now open until July 1, 2017 in the following age groups: 40&Over and 18&Over and will go until July 15, 2017 for the
    55&Over Leagues.

    TO REGISTER: Contact Bobby Choe, NJ Community Tennis Association Bergen County, 201-851-8010, bobby@njtennis.org.

    For more information, visit click for details

    ABOUT: USTA League
    USTA League offers several programs throughout the year that vary by gender, age and skill level. Formats also vary, with singles, doubles and mixed doubles available. Teams and leagues are set up by ability, which means matches will be competitive and stimulating. In addition to tennis being social and fun, the health benefits of our lifetime sport include increased burning of calories, reduction in blood pressure and reduced stress. These benefits play a role in reducing the risk of heart disease, the #1 life-threatening disease among men and women.
     
           
    Bobby Choe 201.851.8010 bobby@njtennis.org

Tuesday, May 16th, 2017

  • | 8:00am - 8:00pm | Sports and Recreation, Tennis, USTA, recreation, sports, fun, fitness,
    - WHAT: For adults looking for a fun, social and healthy activity, it’s time to grab a racquet, sneakers, some tennis balls and head to a local tennis court.
    Registration for USTA tennis leagues is now taking place across the country – the perfect way to play for those looking to enjoy the thrill of competition while making friends in the process.
    The USTA offers a wide variety of competitive tennis programs available for members of all ages.

    WHEN: Registration is now open until July 1, 2017 in the following age groups: 40&Over and 18&Over and will go until July 15, 2017 for the
    55&Over Leagues.

    TO REGISTER: Contact Bobby Choe, NJ Community Tennis Association Bergen County, 201-851-8010, bobby@njtennis.org.

    For more information, visit click for details

    ABOUT: USTA League
    USTA League offers several programs throughout the year that vary by gender, age and skill level. Formats also vary, with singles, doubles and mixed doubles available. Teams and leagues are set up by ability, which means matches will be competitive and stimulating. In addition to tennis being social and fun, the health benefits of our lifetime sport include increased burning of calories, reduction in blood pressure and reduced stress. These benefits play a role in reducing the risk of heart disease, the #1 life-threatening disease among men and women.
     
           
    Bobby Choe 201.851.8010 bobby@njtennis.org
  • | 7:00pm - 8:00pm | Schools and Education, ACT, SAT, Tutoring, Education, School, Help, Huntington, Test Prep
    - Did you know there is a new SAT test date this August? Now is the perfect time to learn more about the ACT versus the SAT to determine which test is best suited for your student. Our workshop focuses on the differences between the two exams and emphasizes the importance of a holistic college application process. Join us for an informational workshop designed to help identify which exam is right for your student! Please call the center to register at 201-871-9040. Seats are limited!!

    About Huntington:

    Huntington Learning Center is the expert K - 12 tutoring and test prep provider. Huntington helps students at all levels achieve results with personalized attention and proven results at accredited centers with certified teachers. Areas of instruction include phonics, reading, writing, math, science, study skills, executive functioning skills, ACT and SAT prep, state and standardized exam prep and specialized ADHD programs. The methodology is prescriptive diagnostic developing the skills, confidence and motivation to help give every student the best education possible, which has been Huntington's mission since 1977. Learn how Huntington can help at HuntingtonHelps.com.
    Huntington Learning Center
    29 Nathaniel Place Englewood NJ 07631
    Kim Jaffe 2012618400ex469 jaffek@hlcmail.com

Wednesday, May 17th, 2017

  • | 8:00am - 8:00pm | Sports and Recreation, Tennis, USTA, recreation, sports, fun, fitness,
    - WHAT: For adults looking for a fun, social and healthy activity, it’s time to grab a racquet, sneakers, some tennis balls and head to a local tennis court.
    Registration for USTA tennis leagues is now taking place across the country – the perfect way to play for those looking to enjoy the thrill of competition while making friends in the process.
    The USTA offers a wide variety of competitive tennis programs available for members of all ages.

    WHEN: Registration is now open until July 1, 2017 in the following age groups: 40&Over and 18&Over and will go until July 15, 2017 for the
    55&Over Leagues.

    TO REGISTER: Contact Bobby Choe, NJ Community Tennis Association Bergen County, 201-851-8010, bobby@njtennis.org.

    For more information, visit click for details

    ABOUT: USTA League
    USTA League offers several programs throughout the year that vary by gender, age and skill level. Formats also vary, with singles, doubles and mixed doubles available. Teams and leagues are set up by ability, which means matches will be competitive and stimulating. In addition to tennis being social and fun, the health benefits of our lifetime sport include increased burning of calories, reduction in blood pressure and reduced stress. These benefits play a role in reducing the risk of heart disease, the #1 life-threatening disease among men and women.
     
           
    Bobby Choe 201.851.8010 bobby@njtennis.org

Thursday, May 18th, 2017

  • | 8:00am - 8:00pm | Sports and Recreation, Tennis, USTA, recreation, sports, fun, fitness,
    - WHAT: For adults looking for a fun, social and healthy activity, it’s time to grab a racquet, sneakers, some tennis balls and head to a local tennis court.
    Registration for USTA tennis leagues is now taking place across the country – the perfect way to play for those looking to enjoy the thrill of competition while making friends in the process.
    The USTA offers a wide variety of competitive tennis programs available for members of all ages.

    WHEN: Registration is now open until July 1, 2017 in the following age groups: 40&Over and 18&Over and will go until July 15, 2017 for the
    55&Over Leagues.

    TO REGISTER: Contact Bobby Choe, NJ Community Tennis Association Bergen County, 201-851-8010, bobby@njtennis.org.

    For more information, visit click for details

    ABOUT: USTA League
    USTA League offers several programs throughout the year that vary by gender, age and skill level. Formats also vary, with singles, doubles and mixed doubles available. Teams and leagues are set up by ability, which means matches will be competitive and stimulating. In addition to tennis being social and fun, the health benefits of our lifetime sport include increased burning of calories, reduction in blood pressure and reduced stress. These benefits play a role in reducing the risk of heart disease, the #1 life-threatening disease among men and women.
     
           
    Bobby Choe 201.851.8010 bobby@njtennis.org
  • | NATL - Moon Phases
    - Moon enters Last Quarter phase at 8:33 PM, EDT.
     
           

Friday, May 19th, 2017

  • | 8:00am - 8:00pm | Sports and Recreation, Tennis, USTA, recreation, sports, fun, fitness,
    - WHAT: For adults looking for a fun, social and healthy activity, it’s time to grab a racquet, sneakers, some tennis balls and head to a local tennis court.
    Registration for USTA tennis leagues is now taking place across the country – the perfect way to play for those looking to enjoy the thrill of competition while making friends in the process.
    The USTA offers a wide variety of competitive tennis programs available for members of all ages.

    WHEN: Registration is now open until July 1, 2017 in the following age groups: 40&Over and 18&Over and will go until July 15, 2017 for the
    55&Over Leagues.

    TO REGISTER: Contact Bobby Choe, NJ Community Tennis Association Bergen County, 201-851-8010, bobby@njtennis.org.

    For more information, visit click for details

    ABOUT: USTA League
    USTA League offers several programs throughout the year that vary by gender, age and skill level. Formats also vary, with singles, doubles and mixed doubles available. Teams and leagues are set up by ability, which means matches will be competitive and stimulating. In addition to tennis being social and fun, the health benefits of our lifetime sport include increased burning of calories, reduction in blood pressure and reduced stress. These benefits play a role in reducing the risk of heart disease, the #1 life-threatening disease among men and women.
     
           
    Bobby Choe 201.851.8010 bobby@njtennis.org
  • | NATL - Public Interest
    - Annually the third Friday in May. Events by city governments, bicycle clubs environmental groups. For information visit click for details
     
           

Saturday, May 20th, 2017

  • | 8:00am - 8:00pm | Sports and Recreation, Tennis, USTA, recreation, sports, fun, fitness,
    - WHAT: For adults looking for a fun, social and healthy activity, it’s time to grab a racquet, sneakers, some tennis balls and head to a local tennis court.
    Registration for USTA tennis leagues is now taking place across the country – the perfect way to play for those looking to enjoy the thrill of competition while making friends in the process.
    The USTA offers a wide variety of competitive tennis programs available for members of all ages.

    WHEN: Registration is now open until July 1, 2017 in the following age groups: 40&Over and 18&Over and will go until July 15, 2017 for the
    55&Over Leagues.

    TO REGISTER: Contact Bobby Choe, NJ Community Tennis Association Bergen County, 201-851-8010, bobby@njtennis.org.

    For more information, visit click for details

    ABOUT: USTA League
    USTA League offers several programs throughout the year that vary by gender, age and skill level. Formats also vary, with singles, doubles and mixed doubles available. Teams and leagues are set up by ability, which means matches will be competitive and stimulating. In addition to tennis being social and fun, the health benefits of our lifetime sport include increased burning of calories, reduction in blood pressure and reduced stress. These benefits play a role in reducing the risk of heart disease, the #1 life-threatening disease among men and women.
     
           
    Bobby Choe 201.851.8010 bobby@njtennis.org

Sunday, May 21st, 2017

  • | 8:00am - 8:00pm | Sports and Recreation, Tennis, USTA, recreation, sports, fun, fitness,
    - WHAT: For adults looking for a fun, social and healthy activity, it’s time to grab a racquet, sneakers, some tennis balls and head to a local tennis court.
    Registration for USTA tennis leagues is now taking place across the country – the perfect way to play for those looking to enjoy the thrill of competition while making friends in the process.
    The USTA offers a wide variety of competitive tennis programs available for members of all ages.

    WHEN: Registration is now open until July 1, 2017 in the following age groups: 40&Over and 18&Over and will go until July 15, 2017 for the
    55&Over Leagues.

    TO REGISTER: Contact Bobby Choe, NJ Community Tennis Association Bergen County, 201-851-8010, bobby@njtennis.org.

    For more information, visit click for details

    ABOUT: USTA League
    USTA League offers several programs throughout the year that vary by gender, age and skill level. Formats also vary, with singles, doubles and mixed doubles available. Teams and leagues are set up by ability, which means matches will be competitive and stimulating. In addition to tennis being social and fun, the health benefits of our lifetime sport include increased burning of calories, reduction in blood pressure and reduced stress. These benefits play a role in reducing the risk of heart disease, the #1 life-threatening disease among men and women.
     
           
    Bobby Choe 201.851.8010 bobby@njtennis.org

Monday, May 22nd, 2017

  • | 8:00am - 8:00pm | Sports and Recreation, Tennis, USTA, recreation, sports, fun, fitness,
    - WHAT: For adults looking for a fun, social and healthy activity, it’s time to grab a racquet, sneakers, some tennis balls and head to a local tennis court.
    Registration for USTA tennis leagues is now taking place across the country – the perfect way to play for those looking to enjoy the thrill of competition while making friends in the process.
    The USTA offers a wide variety of competitive tennis programs available for members of all ages.

    WHEN: Registration is now open until July 1, 2017 in the following age groups: 40&Over and 18&Over and will go until July 15, 2017 for the
    55&Over Leagues.

    TO REGISTER: Contact Bobby Choe, NJ Community Tennis Association Bergen County, 201-851-8010, bobby@njtennis.org.

    For more information, visit click for details

    ABOUT: USTA League
    USTA League offers several programs throughout the year that vary by gender, age and skill level. Formats also vary, with singles, doubles and mixed doubles available. Teams and leagues are set up by ability, which means matches will be competitive and stimulating. In addition to tennis being social and fun, the health benefits of our lifetime sport include increased burning of calories, reduction in blood pressure and reduced stress. These benefits play a role in reducing the risk of heart disease, the #1 life-threatening disease among men and women.
     
           
    Bobby Choe 201.851.8010 bobby@njtennis.org

Tuesday, May 23rd, 2017

  • | 8:00am - 8:00pm | Sports and Recreation, Tennis, USTA, recreation, sports, fun, fitness,
    - WHAT: For adults looking for a fun, social and healthy activity, it’s time to grab a racquet, sneakers, some tennis balls and head to a local tennis court.
    Registration for USTA tennis leagues is now taking place across the country – the perfect way to play for those looking to enjoy the thrill of competition while making friends in the process.
    The USTA offers a wide variety of competitive tennis programs available for members of all ages.

    WHEN: Registration is now open until July 1, 2017 in the following age groups: 40&Over and 18&Over and will go until July 15, 2017 for the
    55&Over Leagues.

    TO REGISTER: Contact Bobby Choe, NJ Community Tennis Association Bergen County, 201-851-8010, bobby@njtennis.org.

    For more information, visit click for details

    ABOUT: USTA League
    USTA League offers several programs throughout the year that vary by gender, age and skill level. Formats also vary, with singles, doubles and mixed doubles available. Teams and leagues are set up by ability, which means matches will be competitive and stimulating. In addition to tennis being social and fun, the health benefits of our lifetime sport include increased burning of calories, reduction in blood pressure and reduced stress. These benefits play a role in reducing the risk of heart disease, the #1 life-threatening disease among men and women.
     
           
    Bobby Choe 201.851.8010 bobby@njtennis.org

Wednesday, May 24th, 2017

  • | 8:00am - 8:00pm | Sports and Recreation, Tennis, USTA, recreation, sports, fun, fitness,
    - WHAT: For adults looking for a fun, social and healthy activity, it’s time to grab a racquet, sneakers, some tennis balls and head to a local tennis court.
    Registration for USTA tennis leagues is now taking place across the country – the perfect way to play for those looking to enjoy the thrill of competition while making friends in the process.
    The USTA offers a wide variety of competitive tennis programs available for members of all ages.

    WHEN: Registration is now open until July 1, 2017 in the following age groups: 40&Over and 18&Over and will go until July 15, 2017 for the
    55&Over Leagues.

    TO REGISTER: Contact Bobby Choe, NJ Community Tennis Association Bergen County, 201-851-8010, bobby@njtennis.org.

    For more information, visit click for details

    ABOUT: USTA League
    USTA League offers several programs throughout the year that vary by gender, age and skill level. Formats also vary, with singles, doubles and mixed doubles available. Teams and leagues are set up by ability, which means matches will be competitive and stimulating. In addition to tennis being social and fun, the health benefits of our lifetime sport include increased burning of calories, reduction in blood pressure and reduced stress. These benefits play a role in reducing the risk of heart disease, the #1 life-threatening disease among men and women.
     
           
    Bobby Choe 201.851.8010 bobby@njtennis.org

Thursday, May 25th, 2017

  • | 8:00am - 8:00pm | Sports and Recreation, Tennis, USTA, recreation, sports, fun, fitness,
    - WHAT: For adults looking for a fun, social and healthy activity, it’s time to grab a racquet, sneakers, some tennis balls and head to a local tennis court.
    Registration for USTA tennis leagues is now taking place across the country – the perfect way to play for those looking to enjoy the thrill of competition while making friends in the process.
    The USTA offers a wide variety of competitive tennis programs available for members of all ages.

    WHEN: Registration is now open until July 1, 2017 in the following age groups: 40&Over and 18&Over and will go until July 15, 2017 for the
    55&Over Leagues.

    TO REGISTER: Contact Bobby Choe, NJ Community Tennis Association Bergen County, 201-851-8010, bobby@njtennis.org.

    For more information, visit click for details

    ABOUT: USTA League
    USTA League offers several programs throughout the year that vary by gender, age and skill level. Formats also vary, with singles, doubles and mixed doubles available. Teams and leagues are set up by ability, which means matches will be competitive and stimulating. In addition to tennis being social and fun, the health benefits of our lifetime sport include increased burning of calories, reduction in blood pressure and reduced stress. These benefits play a role in reducing the risk of heart disease, the #1 life-threatening disease among men and women.
     
           
    Bobby Choe 201.851.8010 bobby@njtennis.org
  • | NATL - Moon Phases
    - Moon enters New Moon Phase at 3:44 PM, EDT.
     
           
  • | NATL - Sports and Entertainment
    - May 25-28. The 2017 Senior PGA Championship presented by KitchenAid will be held at Trump National Golf Club, Washington, D.C., in Potomac Falls, Va. This will mark the first time that the most historic and prestigious championship in senior golf will be conducted in the National Capital area. For more information visit PGA.com.
     
           

Friday, May 26th, 2017

  • | 8:00am - 8:00pm | Sports and Recreation, Tennis, USTA, recreation, sports, fun, fitness,
    - WHAT: For adults looking for a fun, social and healthy activity, it’s time to grab a racquet, sneakers, some tennis balls and head to a local tennis court.
    Registration for USTA tennis leagues is now taking place across the country – the perfect way to play for those looking to enjoy the thrill of competition while making friends in the process.
    The USTA offers a wide variety of competitive tennis programs available for members of all ages.

    WHEN: Registration is now open until July 1, 2017 in the following age groups: 40&Over and 18&Over and will go until July 15, 2017 for the
    55&Over Leagues.

    TO REGISTER: Contact Bobby Choe, NJ Community Tennis Association Bergen County, 201-851-8010, bobby@njtennis.org.

    For more information, visit click for details

    ABOUT: USTA League
    USTA League offers several programs throughout the year that vary by gender, age and skill level. Formats also vary, with singles, doubles and mixed doubles available. Teams and leagues are set up by ability, which means matches will be competitive and stimulating. In addition to tennis being social and fun, the health benefits of our lifetime sport include increased burning of calories, reduction in blood pressure and reduced stress. These benefits play a role in reducing the risk of heart disease, the #1 life-threatening disease among men and women.
     
           
    Bobby Choe 201.851.8010 bobby@njtennis.org

Saturday, May 27th, 2017

  • | 8:00am - 8:00pm | Sports and Recreation, Tennis, USTA, recreation, sports, fun, fitness,
    - WHAT: For adults looking for a fun, social and healthy activity, it’s time to grab a racquet, sneakers, some tennis balls and head to a local tennis court.
    Registration for USTA tennis leagues is now taking place across the country – the perfect way to play for those looking to enjoy the thrill of competition while making friends in the process.
    The USTA offers a wide variety of competitive tennis programs available for members of all ages.

    WHEN: Registration is now open until July 1, 2017 in the following age groups: 40&Over and 18&Over and will go until July 15, 2017 for the
    55&Over Leagues.

    TO REGISTER: Contact Bobby Choe, NJ Community Tennis Association Bergen County, 201-851-8010, bobby@njtennis.org.

    For more information, visit click for details

    ABOUT: USTA League
    USTA League offers several programs throughout the year that vary by gender, age and skill level. Formats also vary, with singles, doubles and mixed doubles available. Teams and leagues are set up by ability, which means matches will be competitive and stimulating. In addition to tennis being social and fun, the health benefits of our lifetime sport include increased burning of calories, reduction in blood pressure and reduced stress. These benefits play a role in reducing the risk of heart disease, the #1 life-threatening disease among men and women.
     
           
    Bobby Choe 201.851.8010 bobby@njtennis.org
  • | NATL - Religious
    - May 27th-June 25th Begins on Islamic lunar calendar date Ramadan 1, 1438. Ramadan, the ninth month of the Islamic calendar is holy because it was during this month that the Holy Qur'an (Koran) was revealed.
     
           

Sunday, May 28th, 2017

  • | 8:00am - 8:00pm | Sports and Recreation, Tennis, USTA, recreation, sports, fun, fitness,
    - WHAT: For adults looking for a fun, social and healthy activity, it’s time to grab a racquet, sneakers, some tennis balls and head to a local tennis court.
    Registration for USTA tennis leagues is now taking place across the country – the perfect way to play for those looking to enjoy the thrill of competition while making friends in the process.
    The USTA offers a wide variety of competitive tennis programs available for members of all ages.

    WHEN: Registration is now open until July 1, 2017 in the following age groups: 40&Over and 18&Over and will go until July 15, 2017 for the
    55&Over Leagues.

    TO REGISTER: Contact Bobby Choe, NJ Community Tennis Association Bergen County, 201-851-8010, bobby@njtennis.org.

    For more information, visit click for details

    ABOUT: USTA League
    USTA League offers several programs throughout the year that vary by gender, age and skill level. Formats also vary, with singles, doubles and mixed doubles available. Teams and leagues are set up by ability, which means matches will be competitive and stimulating. In addition to tennis being social and fun, the health benefits of our lifetime sport include increased burning of calories, reduction in blood pressure and reduced stress. These benefits play a role in reducing the risk of heart disease, the #1 life-threatening disease among men and women.
     
           
    Bobby Choe 201.851.8010 bobby@njtennis.org

Monday, May 29th, 2017

  • | 8:00am - 8:00pm | Sports and Recreation, Tennis, USTA, recreation, sports, fun, fitness,
    - WHAT: For adults looking for a fun, social and healthy activity, it’s time to grab a racquet, sneakers, some tennis balls and head to a local tennis court.
    Registration for USTA tennis leagues is now taking place across the country – the perfect way to play for those looking to enjoy the thrill of competition while making friends in the process.
    The USTA offers a wide variety of competitive tennis programs available for members of all ages.

    WHEN: Registration is now open until July 1, 2017 in the following age groups: 40&Over and 18&Over and will go until July 15, 2017 for the
    55&Over Leagues.

    TO REGISTER: Contact Bobby Choe, NJ Community Tennis Association Bergen County, 201-851-8010, bobby@njtennis.org.

    For more information, visit click for details

    ABOUT: USTA League
    USTA League offers several programs throughout the year that vary by gender, age and skill level. Formats also vary, with singles, doubles and mixed doubles available. Teams and leagues are set up by ability, which means matches will be competitive and stimulating. In addition to tennis being social and fun, the health benefits of our lifetime sport include increased burning of calories, reduction in blood pressure and reduced stress. These benefits play a role in reducing the risk of heart disease, the #1 life-threatening disease among men and women.
     
           
    Bobby Choe 201.851.8010 bobby@njtennis.org

Tuesday, May 30th, 2017

  • | 8:00am - 8:00pm | Sports and Recreation, Tennis, USTA, recreation, sports, fun, fitness,
    - WHAT: For adults looking for a fun, social and healthy activity, it’s time to grab a racquet, sneakers, some tennis balls and head to a local tennis court.
    Registration for USTA tennis leagues is now taking place across the country – the perfect way to play for those looking to enjoy the thrill of competition while making friends in the process.
    The USTA offers a wide variety of competitive tennis programs available for members of all ages.

    WHEN: Registration is now open until July 1, 2017 in the following age groups: 40&Over and 18&Over and will go until July 15, 2017 for the
    55&Over Leagues.

    TO REGISTER: Contact Bobby Choe, NJ Community Tennis Association Bergen County, 201-851-8010, bobby@njtennis.org.

    For more information, visit click for details

    ABOUT: USTA League
    USTA League offers several programs throughout the year that vary by gender, age and skill level. Formats also vary, with singles, doubles and mixed doubles available. Teams and leagues are set up by ability, which means matches will be competitive and stimulating. In addition to tennis being social and fun, the health benefits of our lifetime sport include increased burning of calories, reduction in blood pressure and reduced stress. These benefits play a role in reducing the risk of heart disease, the #1 life-threatening disease among men and women.
     
           
    Bobby Choe 201.851.8010 bobby@njtennis.org
  • | NATL - National Holidays, National Holidays, Patriotic, US Military
    - Memorial Day, an American holiday observed on the last Monday of May, honors men and women who died while serving in the U.S. military. Originally known as Decoration Day, it originated in the years following the Civil War and became an official federal holiday in 1971. Many Americans observe Memorial Day by visiting cemeteries or memorials, holding family gatherings and participating in parades. Unofficially, at least, it marks the beginning of summer.
     
           

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