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Sunday, December 2 – Sunday, December 9 See events/times listed for each day Lions Gate Commons Hall 1110 Laurel Oak Road, Voorhees The Festival of Lights is about to begin! Join us at Lions Gate for a beautiful 8-day celebration, filled with a nightly menorah lighting, special prayers, and...

The Red Carpet is coming to town! Join us for an afternoon of fun and refreshments. Featuring comedienne, Elaine Chez Tuesday, December 11, 2018 1:00-3:00 p.m. Commons Hall at Lions Gate You’ll be entertained from start to finish when comedienne Joan Rivers comes to Lions Gate.  Her terrific and very funny...

HAMILTON 100 YEARS OF BROADWAY AND POP MUSIC: How Hamilton Made Musical Theater History 12/4, 12/11 11:00am Lions Gate 1110 Laurel Oak Road, Voorhees The Broadway smash show, “Hamilton,” made history by mixing Hip-Hop with Musical Theater.  Lin-Manuel Miranda and the show he wrote were awarded Tonys for Best Musical, Best...

9/4 11:00 AM  /CH Hosted by: George Hassenberg Do you want to learn more about Technology and how it can better serve you? Did you know that you can talk to relatives all around the world on your cell phone for free? How would you like to be...

12/11 & 12/18 3:00 PM /BMR  “Crosswords and More” W/ Mark Pinzur  Have fun while you're exercising (your brain that is)! Many people enjoy doing crossword puzzles on a daily basis, but there are so many more word games to enjoy. Test your wits with novel puzzles like...

5/29 1:00 PM /CH Great Explorations: Across the Ocean Sea Hosted by: Professor Judy Okun Crossing the Atlantic and Pacific oceans were major feats in the 15th and 16th centuries. Come aboard as we chart the courses and encounters of European explorations to diverse lands of the Americas, Africa,...

12/12 11:00 AM /CH Eastern Woodlands Culture: Daily Life and Stories, Pre- and Post-Contact by Ruth Py What it was like to be a Native American before and after European contact? During this program, an educator with Lenape ancestry will use artifacts and storytelling to explain the...

1/7, 1/14, & 1/21 1:30 PM/CH  The Jewish Factor Hosted by: Professor Irene Sfakianos  There is a long, rich history of Jewish Artists working within and without the confines of Art Forms that deal strictly with Judaic subject matter.  Staring in the 2nd century CE and moving forward in...

9/9 & 9/23 1:00 PM/CH Civil War Secrets and Spies Presented by: Herb Kaufman  9/9 Secrets and Spies:   A spy is a person who is sent into enemy territory to inspect their works, ascertain their strength, and secretly communicate intelligence.  In accordance with the rules of war, a...