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Modern Fossils is thrilled to again be a part of THAT: The Hunterdon Art Tour 2021! THAT is an annual, countywide, self-guided driving tour of artist’s studios and cultural centers, which will be open to the Public from 11AM-5PM on Saturday May 1st and Sunday May 2nd. **Modern Fossils will once again be exhibiting inside the Frenchtown Hardware Store at 11 Kingwood Ave, Frenchtown NJ,

Discussion will be moderated by Mary Anne Borge, Editor of Butterfly Gardener magazine, Team Leader for Lambertville Goes Wild, an instructor at Bowman’s Hill Wildflower Preserve, and a Pennsylvania Master Naturalist. Mary Anne is also a photographer and author of The Natural Web. Watch each film on your own schedule before the Zoom meeting. Most films are available for free at www.actvid.com. Or

EARTH DAY DISCUSSION: KISS THE GROUND Discussion will be moderated by Liz Magill Peer, who is an enthusiastic Environmental Activist and Lambertville local. As the current Chair of the Lambertville Environmental Commission, Liz has worked tirelessly to promote sustainable living choices to community members. For the past few years, Liz has focused much of her energy on reducing single-use plastics and advocating for various

Get Happy! a cabaret saluting Judy Garland - the world’s greatest entertainer - starring Jenna Pastuszek with music direction by Broadway’s Joshua Zecher-Ross! This isn’t a traditional Judy Garland tribute — there will be no impersonation here. Instead, the cleverly curated playlist of classics and forgotten gems will leave Judy fans and Judy novices alike tapping their feet as Jenna pays homage to

George R. Anthonisen, Richard Lennox, Mavis Smith and Emily Thompson present work with an emphasis on representational content that also incorporates a measure of references to classical media. Together, the combined work contains a thread of elements which are reflective, evocative and familiar.

The annual "Food for Poetry" event takes place at the Doylestown Bookshop on Main Street in Doylestown each year during the holiday season. Treat yourself to the poetry of a dozen local poets raising their voices to benefit the Doylestown Food Pantry. Join us by bringing a few non-perishable food items or paper products to help those whose holidays will be brightened by