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theBOOK Discussion Group

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coLAB Arts’ book club, “theBOOK,” will be held on Wednesday, July 15 at Christopher’s Lounge in the Heldrich Hotel. The book to be discussed is Italo Calvino’s “Invisible Cities.”

Participation is free and open to all.

For more information on coLAB Arts’ events, visit www.colab-arts.org.

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Hub City Sounds: “Motion: Best of New Jersey Dance”

“Motion: Best of New Jersey Dance” will feature some of the region’s best professional dance artists, curated by coLAB Arts.

Hub City Sounds is a FREE and Family welcoming Performing, Visual and Culinary Arts festival series with events for all tastes!

Local artists are featured at neighborhood parks and theatre venues located in the heart of Downtown New Brunswick, NJ. Festivalgoers are welcome to bring blankets or chairs for lawn seating at park events. The performance types, styles and cuisine will vary reflecting the diverse population of New Brunswick’s community and of the region. This weekly series will consist of over 50 performances showcasing Indo-American, Latino, Caribbean, African American and Irish-American communities, highlighting multiple genres; including jazz, reggae, punk, soul, dance, salsa, drumming (traditional, African and Tabla), Celtic Rock, and more.

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Hub City Sounds: “Rock New Brunswick”

“Rock New Brunswick” will feature a selection of punk music and entertainment, including Latin Rock and Afro Punk performances. This event is curated by coLAB Arts.

Hub City Sounds is a FREE and Family welcoming Performing, Visual and Culinary Arts festival series with events for all tastes!

Local artists are featured at neighborhood parks and theatre venues located in the heart of Downtown New Brunswick, NJ. Festivalgoers are welcome to bring blankets or chairs for lawn seating at park events. The performance types, styles and cuisine will vary reflecting the diverse population of New Brunswick’s community and of the region. This weekly series will consist of over 50 performances showcasing Indo-American, Latino, Caribbean, African American and Irish-American communities, highlighting multiple genres; including jazz, reggae, punk, soul, dance, salsa, drumming (traditional, African and Tabla), Celtic Rock, and more.

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