One Time, 5/11 8pm $50- Orchestra, $70 Mezzanine
830 E Landis Ave, Vineland. Landis Theater Presents "Brass Transit The Musical Legacy of Chicago" Saturday, May 11 at 8pm.
Brass Transit’s high energy show includes all the hits from Chicago's golden age including “25 or 6 to 4,” “Saturday In The Park,” “Feelin’ Stronger Every Day” “Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is” and “Colour My World.” With a world-class horn section, a rocking rhythm section, and spot-on vocals, Brass Transit transports its audience back to the freewheeling days of the seventies.
Tickets are $50 for Orechestra seating, and $70 for Mezzanine seating. There will be food and bar service during the show in the Mezzanine. Limited availability.
To find out more about the shows in Landis Theater visit Landistheater.com
Daily - From 4/15 - 4/18 10am-4pm
Monday, April 15 to 18
Jimmy Buffet’s Margaritaville Job Fair
Atlantic City Convention Center, 1 Convention Blvd., Atlantic City. In anticipation of their restaurant, beach bar, and casino opening at the Resorts Casino Hotel in May 2013, Margaritaville is searching for hourly staff members to serve at the restaurant and retail store. 10am-4pm.
Daily - From 6/24 - 7/17
Monday, June 24 to July 17
Eagle Theater Youth Summer Camp
Eagle Theater, 208 Vine St., Hammonton. Open to ages 8 to 15, the Eagle Theater is holding a summer camp for young performers with the final production of Disney’s Aladdin July 18 through 21. The camp will be directed by Eagle Theater co-artistic director Ed Corsi, with the final production directed by Rich Curcio, a former professional actor. The camp will give students a background in all aspects of theatrical production. 704-5012. theeagletheater.com
Weekly - Thursday, Friday, Saturday - From 4/19 - 5/11 April 19, 20, 25, 26, 27 and May 3, 4, 9, 10 , 11 at 8pm, April 28 and May 5 at 3pm $25 for GA, $30 for front row
Friday, April 19 to May 11
Eagle Theater, 208 Vine St., Hammonton. HAIR is a musical that centers on a group of young bohemians living in New York City during the 1960’s counter-culture. With such beloved songs as “Let the Sun Shine In”, “Easy to Be Hard”, and “Aquarius”, this hit has been one of the most well-known productions on Broadway. Performances will feature some of South Jersey and Philadelphia’s most talented acts, and is directed by Ted Wioncek III. $25 for GA, $30 for front row. April 19, 20, 25, 26, 27 and May 3, 4, 9, 10 , 11 at 8pm, April 28 and May 5 at 3pm. 704-5012. theeagletheater.com
Daily - From 3/28 - 4/7 10am-5pm, Receptions select dates 6-10pm Free
Thursday, March 28 to April 7
Poetic Visions: Dali and Miro
Ocean Galleries, 9618 Third Ave., Stone Harbor. Exhibition of rare artwork that will include graphic works, lithographs, etchings, sculptures, and other works by Salvador Dali, Joan Miro, and others such as Pablo Picasso. Free. 10am-5pm. Receptions March 29 and 30, April 5 and 6, 6-10pm. 368-7777. oceangalleries.com
Daily - From 4/13 - 4/14 Competitions begin at 9am
Saturday, April 13 to 14
Wildwoods Convention Center, 4501 Boardwalk, Wildwood. Cheer Tech will host The ECC Cheer Shore Show down on Saturday, and the Beast of the East Cheerleading Competition on Sunday. Recreation, high school, collegiate, open and all-star divisions will be included. Competitions begin at 9am. 866-52-CHEER. spiritbrands.org
One Time, 4/24 5-6:30pm Free
Wednesday, April 24
Teacher Education Workshop
Kramer Hall, Richard Stockton College, 30 Front St., Hammonton. Stockton’s School of Education will hold a free teacher information workship designed for anyone interested in becoming an elementary or secondary school teacher and will outline the path to teacher certification in New Jersey. Must call ahead of time to register for the event. Free. 5-6:30pm. 652-4688.
One Time, 4/1 3:30-5pm Free
Monday, April 1
Michael Pedicin presents Marc Myers
Campus Center Theater, Richard Stockton College, 101 Vera King Farris Drive, Galloway. Associate Professor of Music and coordinator of Jazz Studies at Stockton, Michael Pedicin will host the author of the new and wide-impacting book, “Why Jazz Happened”, Marc Myers, who will speak about a number of issues presented in his book. Free. 3:30-5pm. 652-9000. stockton.edu
One Time, 4/26 9pm $35, $45, $50
Country singer Sara Evans, Harrah's Resorts Concert Venue. 1-800-736-1420, Harrah's box office.
Harrah’s welcomes Sara Evans back to town Friday, April 26, with a 9pm show. Tickets range from $35 to $50. Whether hitting the radio airwaves with one of her many hit singles or attracting a new legion of fans with her run on Dancing with the Stars, Evans’ talent has been in the public eye. Her musical accomplishments are celebrated with the release of Sara Evans—Greatest Hits, a 14-song collection features 10 of Evans’ signature songs as well as four inspired new songs. Her numerous hits include “No Place That Far,” “A Real Fine Place to Start” and “Born to Fly.”
One Time, 4/19 9pm $50 and up
April 19, Harrah's Hotel Casino
The world beat superstar Gipsy Kings come to Harrah's for a performance on Friday, April 19, 9pm. Tickets are $50 and up.
The Gipsy Kings consist of two bands of brothers: the Reyes (Nicolas, Canut, Paul, Patchai, Andre) and the Baliardos (Tonino, Paco, Diego). The Reyes and Baliardo boys were the offspring of Spanish gypsy families that had fled into France to escape Spain’s Civil War. They grew up roaming the south of France, working harvests and making music.
Since the phenomenal debut of the Gipsy Kings in 1988 (Top ten in over a dozen countries, receiving fifteen gold and platinum records), their ensuing albums — Mosaique, Allegria, Este Mundo, Gipsy Kings Live, and Love & Liberté; — have provided a steady fuel of hits to Billboard’s World Music, Latin, and Top 200 charts.
The Gipsy Kings were Billboard’s No. 1 charting World Music Artist and No. 1 Latin Artist of 1994. The 1995 release, The Best of the Gipsy Kings, made them stars in the United States when the album achieved platinum status.
One Time, 4/6 Doors 7pm, Show 8pm $29 General Admission, $39 Balcony Seating
Saturday, April 6
House of Blues, Showboat Hotel Casino, 801 Boardwalk, Atlantic City. With hits like “Bother” and “Through Glass”, the rockers come to Atlantic City fresh off the release of their new album House of Gold & Bones Part 1 which was released in October 2012. $29 General Admission, $39 Balcony Seating. Doors 7pm, Show 8pm. houseofblues.com/tickets.
One Time, 4/6 4:30 PM
Dealy Field, 6108 Central Avenue. Sea Isle City, NJ. Sea Isle City’s Division of Recreation will host their annual Easter Program for children up to age 11. This event will be held Wednesday, March 20 at 4:30pm. The Easter Program will include egg hunts, “Bunny Hop” sack races, face painting and a visit with the Easter Bunny.
Children are encouraged to bring their Easter baskets or handled bags for use during the egg hunts, which will take place in various age groups. Parents are reminded to bring their cameras, as there will be many photo-ops during this delightful event.
Rain date will be March 21. For more information about Sea Isle City’s 2013 Easter Program visit www.seaislecitynj.us or call 609-263-0050
One Time, 3/30 10:30am-11:30am Free
Greentree Church 125 Schoolhouse Road, Egg Harbor Township. The Greentree Church Annual Children's Easter Egg Hunt will be Saturday March 30. Children ages 2-10 years old are invited to participate. This free event will take place between 10:30am-11:30am in the Family Life Center and on the church gounds. Children should bring baskets to collect the eggs. For more informtion visit Greentree.org or call 927-3838.
One Time, 3/23 4pm-7:30pm $10 for adults, $5 for children
Christ Church. Shore Road & Meyran Avenue, Somers Point. The Mainland Choral Society will be having an "All-U-Can-Eat" Spaghetti Dinner on Saturday, March 23 from 4pm-7:30pm. Tickets can be purchased at the door,$10 for adults and $5 for children. Take outs will also be available. For more information call 927-0688.
One Time, 3/9 11 AM Free
Atlantic City Free Public Library. One North Tennessee Ave, Atlantic City. 345-2269.
Former Nucky Johnson lawyer Frank J. Ferry will discuss his book, “Nucky: The Real Story of the Atlantic City Boardwalk Boss,” at 11am Saturday, March 9 in the Main Library’s second-floor meeting room.
This program is free and open to people of all ages. Registration is not required. Please call 345-2269, ext. 3112, for more information.