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Message from the Director: Enjoy the Music of Lionel Richie at This Month’s Virtual Senior Happening

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Message from the Director: Enjoy the Music of Lionel Richie at This Month’s Virtual Senior Happening

Well, my friends, the time has come

To raise the roof and have some fun” — Lionel Richie

Livingston Library Community, 

Are you ready to dance and sing the afternoon away? This month’s Virtual Senior Happening will have you tapping your toes and maybe even “raising the roof,” to the music of Lionel Richie. 

On Friday, April 16th at 1pm, vocalist Stephen Fuller will take us on a journey through the music of American musical icon, Lionel Richie.  We’ll enjoy Richie’s dance music and love songs in this special concert filmed specifically for the Livingston community. 

Interested in learning a bit more about this month’s performer? Stephen Fuller, a Newark native,  became interested in singing at age 12, when a teacher recognized his musical gift. He attended the Newark Arts High School and Colgate University, where he studied Sociology and Music, earning a Bachelor of Arts degree. We are very pleased to welcome him as this month’s entertainment. 

This performance will take place as a pre-recorded YouTube video.  Registration is required and can be done so on the Library’s event calendar, here. The link to the pre-recorded YouTube video will be emailed to registrants at 1pm on Friday, April 16th. 

Senior Happening is made possible in part by funds from the Essex County Division of Cultural Affairs, a partner of the New Jersey State Council on the Arts and through the support from the Friends of the Livingston Library.

Best, 

Amy Babcock, Director   

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