Cabaret singer, Maggie Worsdale will perform her "Ladies of Broadway" program at the Madison Public Library on Tuesday, October 15th at 2pm in the Chase Room. Ms. Worsdale delighted the library's audience with her wonderful program of Standards and Broadway tunes in July. Some of the great Broadway legends Maggie will include are Ethel Merman, Julie Andrews, Mary Martin, Bernadette Peters, Barbara Cook, and Angela Lansbury. She’ll sing such favorites as “People,” “What I Did for Love,” “Broadway Baby,” “Whatever Lola Wants,” and “All That Jazz.” This is a free program that is open to the public. Reservations are required for this program. Please call the library at (973) 377-0722 Ext.2 today to reserve your space. The Madison Public Library is located at 39 Keep Street.
"Ladies of Broadway" Performance at Madison Public Library
Recent Articles Nearby
By ERIN O'DONNELLJuly 21, 2017
On Friday, August 11th from 6-8pm the Museum of Early Trades & Crafts (METC) and the Madison Downtown Development Commission invite guests to the fourth concert in the Downtown Concert Series, featuring Group Therapy Band.
Group Therapy ...
By MADISON AREA YMCAJuly 21, 2017
The Madison Area YMCA Rosettes gymnastics team did an outstanding job at the YMCA National Gymnastics Championships. The Level 9 team placed 7th, the Level 8 team placed 3rd, the Level 7 team placed 2nd and the Level 6 team placed 5th. Additionally, eight Level 8 Rosettes made it to the finals and all Rosettes from the Level 9 team made it to the finals.
“I couldn’t ...
By MADISON AREA YMCAJuly 21, 2017
The 12th LIVESTRONG® at the YMCA class has graduated. The LIVESTRONG program brings those affected by cancer a significant step forward toward sustained healthy living beyond cancer diagnosis and recovery.
Celebrating are graduates and their coaches. Madison Area YMCA Health and Wellness Coordinator & LIVESTRONG Coach Chelsea Sacher from Florham Park; Madison Area YMCA Associate ...
By TAPINTO SUMMIT STAFFJuly 21, 2017
SUMMIT, NJ - Dr. Robert Rubino, founder of the Rubino OBGYN Group and a Summit resident, has had a recent article published in the Journal of Reproductive Medicine. Two Summit High School Class of 2015 students observed the clinical research involved in the article’s development.
The article, “Abnormal Uterine Bleeding Control by Sequential Application of Hysteroscopic Lesion ...
By GREEN VILLAGE FIRE DEPARTMENTJuly 17, 2017
A golf outing to benefit the Green Village Fire Department will be held on September 18, 2017. This year’s Annual Golf Outing will be held at Fairmount Country Club in Chatham Township and is a day of fun and prizes for golfers. Individuals or groups of four may sign up to play.
The day culminates with dinner at the firehouse and announcement of prize winners. The cost is $175 per person ...
By MADISON ROTARYJuly 17, 2017
MADISON, NJ - The Madison Rotary Club presented grants to 40 local charitable organizations and nonprofits, representing arts, education, social services, youth programs and athletics.
“In the past 50 years Madison Rotary has raised and given away over $2 million to charitable causes, including over $150,000 in scholarships to Madison High School Seniors,” said Jeannie ...
By THOMAS TREZZAJuly 13, 2017
New Providence, New Jersey – July 12, 2017– The Drive for Autism Foundation is pleased to announce that its annual golf event, Drive for Autism XVI will be held at Royce Brook Golf Club in Hillsborough, NJ on September 18, 2017.
The Drive for Autism Golf Outing which has been held since 2002 has raised and distributed over 600,000 to local school programs. Previous ...