Upcoming Events : February-April 2017


Indian Head Premiere at Luna Stage, Fair + Welcoming City, Spring Solidarity Potluck Series & More Upcoming Events! 

There is so much going on, it is hard for me to keep up!
  • Fair & Welcoming City Vote at City Council
  • Indian Head Premiere @ Luna Stage Theater
  • Blues in the Loft: Billy Hector @ SoPac 
  • Spring Solidarity Potluck Series @ the HUUB
  • Immigrant Dreams Luncheon Series @ the HUUB (more info coming soon)
  • Who Did Meet? Thru Lust: Speed Dating Networking Event NYC 
  • CALL FOR ARTISTS! Step Into Liquid @ Gallery OVO in South Orange, NJ
  • Don’t Drop the Mic IV #DDTM4 @ the HUUB
  • Blogging Fair TBD

To submit events, contact Patricia Rogers, valley.zine.editor@gmail.com


Tuesday, February 7th, 7pm
City Council Votes on Fair + Welcoming City Resolution
City Hall, 29 North Day Street, Orange, NJ 07050 


February 2 – March 5, 2017 
A World Premiere by the Obie-Award Winning Author of Lines in the Dust 
Directed by Kareem Fahmy
Luna Stage, 555 Valley Street, West Orange, New Jersey 07050 
Purchase tickets here: http://www.lunastage.org 


Sunday, February 12th, 7p-10pm 
Blues in the Loft: Billy Hector @ SoPacPurchase tickets here.
Blues in the Loft concerts are curated and hosted by Mike Griot.

Building Solidarity: A Series of Pot-Lucks to Keep the Conversation going @ The HUUB
Building Solidarity: A Series of Pot-Lucks to Keep the Conversation going @ The HUUB

February 13th, March 13th, & April 17th, 6-9pm 
Building Solidarity: S.E.R.C. Potluck Series 
(social emergency response center)
The HUUB, 35 Cleveland Street, Orange, New Jersey 07050


NYC event: February 13th

Including food sponsor, our friend Britt Bites!!
Games, giveaways, and games. Couples & singles encouraged. 
Hosted Crissy the Lust Goddess Music by DJ Miss Milan Open Bar by Dusse Cognac
Who Did You Meet? Thru Lust A Speed Dating Networking Event

Purchase tickets here.


OVO is thrilled to send out its first Call for Art.
This group show will revolve around the theme of Water.

Deadline February 28th


Don’t Drop the Mic IV, March 3rd @ The HUUB
Ray has always been passionate about using the genre of hip-hop to not only change his life but hopefully touch those around him. From Ironworks days, he has always had a group of younger artists he taught how to write, make, and record music. As well as give them a place to perform the music they work so hard on. At the mayoral debate in April Ray asked the question, “What are you all going to do to inspire hope in our youth?” to all the candidates. With this edition of the showcase, he wanted to feel like he was taking matters into his own hands. And with the times were are in now, we both know that it is time to really hit the ground running. – Patricia Rogers, 2016

Read more about Don’t Drop the Mic events here.



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