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  1. League of Women Voters: COVID-19 Q&A with Dr. Weiss

    February 17, 2021, 8:00 PM - 9:30 PM @ Virtual meeting via Zoom

    Dr. Stanley Weiss, professor at Rutgers Medical School in Newark, will address the Livingston League of Women Voters via Zoom. It will be a question-and-answer session on issues related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Weiss has been at the forefront of Covid epidemiology.

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  1. Zone 3 Recycling Pickup: Paper

    February 17, 2021, All Day

    Weekly recycling pickup for Zone 3 is on Wednesdays. Livingston's recycling collector is Waste Industries, LLC.

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Senior, Youth & Leisure Services

  1. Sing for Hope Program: Movement for Mobility at 11 am

    February 17, 2021, 11:00 AM - 11:45 AM @ Virtual via ZOOM

    Who says you can’t dance from your chair? Lexi will take you through a gentle musical exercise, designed to keep you mobile no matter what your capabilities or experience is. You’ll learn some exercises you can practice on your own, and every week there’s a new choreography routine to some of the best dance tunes from all time.

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  2. Sing for Hope Program: 60's Hits at 3 pm

    February 17, 2021, 3:00 PM - 3:45 PM @ Virtual via ZOOM

    ARTIST Ria Alexander Encore Performance Ria Alexander’s passions are captured by her melodious expressions, using music to chronicle the ebbs and flows of the human condition. Ria is originally from North Carolina, and has performed alongside award-winning artists Lisa Lisa and Roy Hargrove, Monifah, and Elizabeth Withers.

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  3. Sing for Hope Program: 60's at 6 pm

    February 17, 2021, 6:00 PM - 6:45 PM @ Virtual via ZOOM

    ARTIST Leandra Ramm Leandra Ramm is a versatile mezzo-soprano and actress with an “extraordinary voice” (Anderson Cooper), whose “beautiful and quite moving” (Nordstjernan Newspaper) performances have graced prestigious venues including Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, The United Nations, and Symphony Space.

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