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Food Drive at the Puffin
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Throughout the month of December we are collecting any unopened cans, boxes, non-perishables, and toiletries for Helping Hands Food Pantry in Teaneck. Bring donations with you to any of our weekend events and drop them off on our collection table.
http://www.teaneckpantry.com/

 
Puffin Holiday Hours
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The offices of the Puffin Foundation and Cultural Forum will be closed Wednesday, December 24 through Friday, January 2. We will resume normal business hours Monday January 5.

Have a happy and healthy holiday season.

Let peace prevail!

 
Voter Registration Forms Available at Puffin
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There's still time to register to vote for this year's important elections. Click on the links below to download a registration form or drop by the Puffin Foundation's office to pick one up in person. Just remember that the form has to be received by (or hand delivered to) the Division of Elections by October 14th. That means you should probably drop it in the mail by Friday the 11th at the latest to make sure it arrives before the deadline.

This year's elections are important. Every member of the U.S. House of Representatives is up for grabs, as well as one of New Jersey's US Senator seats. There will be statewide referenda on the ballot as well. But you can't vote, unless you¹re registered. You can find out more details on who can register at: http://www.state.nj.us/state/elections/voting-information.html

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Calling All Artisans, Wood Workers, and Craftsmen to Recycle and Reuse the Teaneck Red Oak Tree
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Tuesday, October 7th & Thursday, October 9th, 2014
Between the hours of 2:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.


The Department of Parks, in partnership with the Puffin Foundation, wishes to find a second life for the celebrated Teaneck Red Oak tree announcing an “All-Call” to artisans, wood workers, and craftsmen to recycle and reuse the sections of the Red Oak that were saved after it was taken down last summer.

Sections of the tree were cut into milled lumber at a sawmill and segments of the large tree trunk and limbs were set aside until a new home could be found. While a good portion of the tree was disposed of due to its decayed condition, usable portions were saved for a future life.

The Department of Parks has scheduled two pick-up days for people to select and take the wood in their personal vehicles. The pickup days are Tuesday, October 7th and Thursday, October 9th, 2014 The locations are:

• Rochelle Park, at the Saddle River County Park. This storage area is located on Lotz Lane, Rochelle Park. It is located across from the Rochelle Park Swim Club. Uncut tree trunk and limbs are available at this location.
• Mahwah, at the Campgaw Mountain County Park. The entrance to the park is via Fike Road off of Campgaw Road. This entrance is north of the Bergen County Law and Public Safety Institute. Milled wood from the tree is available at this location.
* Signs will be placed directing people to the pick-up areas.

On both days, wood can be picked up between the hours of 2:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. Bergen County Department of Parks staff will assist visitors in cutting and moving wood into their private vehicles.

In June 2013 the old-Teaneck Red Oak, located at Cedar Lane and Palisades Avenue, in the Township of Teaneck, was removed by the Bergen County Department of Parks. The removal of the tree confirmed analysis by a licensed tree expert who recommended its removal as it had significant wood decay and was a risk to the public.

 
Honoring Pete Seeger: September & October
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During the summer of 2014 thousands of people came together in various locations to honor the lives of music activists and the work of Pete & Toshi Seeger.

The Puffin Cultural Forum is proud to continue honoring the outstanding couple through the months of September and October with "Honoring Pete Seeger." Events during the months of September and October are focused on folk music and the life of Pete Seeger. Performances include: Work o' the Weavers, Kim and Reggie Harris, and The Walkabout Clearwater Chorus. Visit the events page to see all of September and October.


Kim & Reggie Harris


Work o' the Weavers

 
September Events are Online
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This month we are honoring Pete Seeger with an exhibition of photographs from his life. Please visit our events page and make reservations today! This month also marks the return of our photography and acting classes.

For more updates sign up for our mailing list or follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

 
Puffin Closed in August
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The Puffin Cultural Forum will be closed from August 1st until the beginning of September for minor renovations and routine maintenance. Our regular schedule will resume in September.

 
Puffin is proud to sponsor: Stokely Carmichael’s Journey: From the Bronx to Freedom Summer, at MCNY
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Tuesday, August 12 at 6:30 pm
Museum of the City of New York

Fifty years ago, civil rights activists from across the country came together in Mississippi to fight entrenched racism and voter repression. To mark the anniversary of 1964’s Freedom Summer, we examine one of its key players, Civil Rights and Black Power leader Stokely Carmichael. Tufts University Professor of History Peniel Joseph will discuss Stokely: A Life, his biography spanning Carmichael’s boyhood in the Bronx, his role in New York’s 1960s political activist culture, his organizing in the South, and his global vision of liberation. Book signing to follow.

This event is co-sponsored by The Andrew Goodman Foundation and presented as part of the Activist New York program series, made possible by The Puffin Foundation.

Admission is free, please RSVP.

 
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