Symposia Community Events – Nov. 2014

$8 Restorative Yoga Class – Nov. 5th, 12th and 19th at 7 pm

Have you always shied away from Yoga because you thought you weren’t very flexible?
Symposia is now opening its doors to a new environment for yoga practice: small classes, taught in a supportive, non-competitive manner, with individual attention. Students will be gently guided through basic yoga postures, yogic breathing, meditation, and relaxation techniques.

Certified Yoga Instructor Carmen Rusu
For more information, or to register, contact Carmen: 201-805-1739 or

Guitar Circle – Every Thursday at 8.30 pm

Come jam with local guitar players in a casual, friendly atmosphere. Share your favorite songs and learn new ones. All playing levels and styles are welcome!
To register or for more info, contact Carlos at

Fall Conversation Series with writer/life coach Nancy Colasurdo – Sept 29th, Oct. 27th and Nov. 10th from 7 to 9 pm

Stop by and partake in an open discussion facilitated by writer/life coach Nancy Colasurdo (, whose work centers around connecting people to their creative core with tools from The Artist’s Way and her own coaching and blogging practice.

This is not a workshop or seminar, just a chance to talk with fellow community members on designated topics. Artists and aspiring artists especially welcome.
Free and open to the community.

September 29 — Do You Wish You Were Younger?

October 27 — Is Work/Life Balance a Silly Notion?

November 10 — What Would an Unfettered Life Be Like?

For more information, contact Nancy at

Refreshments will be served.

Pre-Thanksgiving Dinner – November 26th at 7 pm

Symposia invites you and your friends to its traditional night of music, good food and community sharing.
Symposia will provide the turkey courtesy to David Anthony restaurant.

Please bring a dish and your stories to the table.
To reserve, call Carmen at 201-805-1739.

PUPPETONIA – Puppet Shows for Babies and Toddlers

Since its inception, Puppetonia has taught children so much more than just their ABC’s and 123′s. The music and puppet shows incorporate important social skills, early academics, thinking skills, motor skills, and self-expression.
The music is fun and upbeat, and the children are encouraged to move to the rhythm, follow verbal instructions, practice sequential movements, and have a great time. And there are bubbles galore!

For a sample of our shows, check these links:

Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri: 10 and 11 am

BABY PUPPETONIA: Tue, Wed and Thu at 1.30 pm

Two new shows every week.
No reservation required.
For more info, call or text: (201) 805-1739
Email: or visit

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