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Explore the Hudson River Estuary
Join us for a hands-on exploration of our estuary. Come try your hand at dragging a seine net. You never know what you may find in and around the waters of the Hudson. Waders will be provided. We will meet at the Park Office located at 200 Morris Pesin Drive, Jersey City, NJ 07305. Please dress to be outdoors and wear old shoes that can get wet and muddy (no open-toed shoes, flip-flops, or Crocs). You will need your own vehicle to get from the Park Office to our study site. This program is appropriate for adults and families with children ages 5 and up. For more information or to register, please contact the Nature Interpretive Center at 201-915-3400 x202 or email Cost is $3.00 per person.
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Jocelyn Medina: Live in the Parlour
Jocelyn Medina Quartet:
Jocelyn Medina - voice
Art Hirahara Music - piano
Thomson Kneeland - bass
Ross Pederson - drums

The sounds and styles of Brooklyn-based vocalist/composer Jocelyn Medina cross cultures, creeds and continents. Her latest album, COMMON GROUND, fuses jazz harmonies with raga-based melodies from India and polyrhythms from Africa to create an exciting new soundscape. As a storyteller, Medina’s lyrics recount personal experiences that reflect universal themes and a socially conscious worldview. Jocelyn celebrates the New Jersey Release of Common Ground at the Fox & Crow presenting material from the new CD and arrangements of jazz and Brazilian standards, accompanied by Art Hirahara on piano, Thomson Kneeland on bass, and Ross Pederson on drums. More info at

“Medina offers the jazz listener a musical journey that takes the foundation of Latin and Jazz idioms and successfully redefines the experience with thought provoking lyrics and vocal abilities far beyond the norm. Medina uses her voice as an instrument and storyteller, and invites the listener to delve into the corners of their mind with lyrics that reflect life and human conditions…” (Constance Tucker, All About Vocals)

“…(her) seductive voice transforms each live performance into an authentic multicultural experience…demonstrating her remarkable finesse in the renovation of musical styles and genres.” (La Mundial, Spain)


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