It was announced at Classics open mic that one of the singers that sang in January was called back for The Voice. You heard him at Classics first!
The Classics Scrabble club (notably Tim Walker) has mounted bookcases in wheels so we can easily move it for Scrabble and for the Open Mic. Come down and check this out!
FaceBook did a video of Classics activity. Check this out! https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.1466588953562237.1073741852.1424087047812428&type=3&uploaded=1#!/photo.php?v=10151816520737434&set=vb.660327433&type=2&theater
Friends of Classics Bruce Bentzman and Roger Long have distributed their children’s book. Read it for free here! http://www.simmers1.webspace.virginmedia.com/204nf.html
If you have driven through Trenton and seen a mind-blowing portrait painted on a wall, you have already met Will Kasso. Painter, portraitist, graffiti artist, Kasso is a national presence in our small town. Curator at Gallery 219 on Hannover Street and founder of the Sage Coalition (which supports public art festivals and street beautification projects).
When you catch him at Classics, he is usually hunting for books with his daughter in the kids section
“My daughter curated her first artshow opening at the “Kids Bridge Arts Camp”…she just texted me saying: “Dad, the artshow is tonight…wear something nice without paint all over it”…lol”
Roger is a retired art teacher, a habitual doodler and a transplanted Californian. Good natured and easy going, Roger always lends the room an atmosphere of fun.
When you catch him at Classics, he will be hunched over a Scrabble board on Friday nights.
“Jefferson made the New Testament readable by cutting out all the nonsense, making it readable and worth reading.”