Mah Jongg: An Ancient Game Made Easy

September 30th, 2014

Mon,  November 11, 18 at 7:30pm

The TGS Café presents, “Mah Jongg with Elisa Hirsch.” Five Consecutive Mondays beginning October 21st. Learn the basics and a winning strategy. Lessons  start at 7:30pm arrive a few minutes early to get settled and order your favorite beverage.  We serve a wide selection of organic brewed teas, fair-trade coffee, espresso or protein smoothies.  Class size is limited Registration is Required.

Cost is $50 for all 5 sessions and $10 material fee (includes 2014 Card)

Mah Jogg ariel hands playing

Paterson History

September 27th, 2014

Sunday, November 16th 7pm-8pm

Leslie Rupley is the author of Beyond the Silk Mills, a historical family saga. She writes extensively for clients who wish to publish memoirs for their families and consults with others who choose to write their own memoirs. As a personal historian, she has twelve memoirs to her credit.
Leslie lives in Walnut Creek, California, where she spends her early mornings
hiking trails in the nearby foothills. Her husband Bill, family, and friends are central to her life, but she also reads, knits, travels, volunteers, and works on her sequel
novel.

In Beyond the Silk Mills, Rupley spins a compelling saga of family discord, obsessive ambition, romance, and regret. She depicts the Epstein family’s struggle during the early twentieth century in New York City and Paterson, New Jersey, and through their story illuminates the roots of modern feminism and contemporary labor issues.

Thursdays are for Poetry

September 25th, 2014

Thursday November 20 @7:30pmDon Zirilli

Featured Poet:

Don Zirilli has been writing poetry for thirty years, mostly in  Sussex County. . He is the editor of Now Culture, a mostly on-line magazine of literature and art, and helps run the Red Wheelbarrow readings at the William Carlos Williams Center in Rutherford. His poetry has been published in River Styx, Art Times, Anti-, iota, Specs, various anthologies of New Jersey poetry, and elsewhere. His chapbook, “My History of Mental Illness,” was published by Lopside Press. During the day, he is an IT manager in the health care industry.

Open Mic: all are invited to attend

 

Local poets will be sharing their poetry. There will also be an open mic portion supervised by Alice Twombly. $5 entrance fee.

Game Day with Leora Verbit

September 16th, 2014

Improve your memor and  dexterity, and strengthen your mind! It’s as easy as playing a game!
Come join us at 4 pm on Sunday, December 7th to learn the magic of games with game expert Leora Verbit. It is a free event fit for all ages!

board-games

Welcome!

August 7th, 2014

Welcome to the blog of the Teaneck General Store!

We think that our community store provides an ideal platform for sharing news, recipes, an occasional opinions, and noteworthy events. On our blog you may read about upcoming events and other general posts. Thank you for viewing, and we hope to see you in the store soon!