Norma Wellington Jewelry Show & Sale to Benefit Bergen PAC Arts in Education Program

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The Bergen Performing Arts Center (bergenPAC) located at 30 North Van Brunt Street in Englewood, will feature a jewelry show & sale by Norma Wellington on Sunday, November 8, 2009 from 2:00 to 9:00 pm. Admission is free and a portion of the proceeds will benefit bergenPAC Arts in Education Program, which provides programming and active arts experiences to over 20,000 young people and families in the local community.

The Bergen Performing Arts Center (bergenPAC) located at 30 North Van Brunt Street in Englewood, will feature a jewelry show & sale by Norma Wellington on Sunday, November 8, 2009 from 2:00 to 9:00 pm. Admission is free and a portion of the proceeds will benefit bergenPAC Arts in Education Program, which provides programming and active arts experiences to over 20,000 young people and families in the local community.

This one-woman jewelry show and sale will feature the works of Norma Wellington, a prominent International designer and a long-time Bergen County resident and member of the Education Committee at bergenPAC. "This program is life-changing and a catalyst for motivating students to be successful in all of life's endeavors," explained by Norma. "Our goal is to touch as many young lives as possible through innovative arts education program where no child is ever turned away due to lack of funds."

Jewelry will be priced from $50 to $5000 in a variety of designs in silver, gold, pearl, precious and semi precious stones. Among the many items featured is "The Griffin Collection" created by Norma Wellington and inspired by the Griffin motif that resides over the proscenium arch of the theatre's stage.

About Bergen Performing Arts Center: Known as The John Harms Center for 27 years, this cultural hub in Englewood, has been reborn as Bergen Performing Arts Center or bergenPAC. This 1367- seat theater is a landmark, and in its sixth season as bergenPAC it remains one of the finest acoustic halls in the United States. The legendary Tony Bennett and Canadian crooner k.d. lang recorded their 2003 Grammy award-winning CD live on bergenPAC's own stage through a broadband fiber-optic connection with Bennett Studios. bergenPAC is the home of a media production system that is unparalleled, upholding its reputation as a venue for outstanding music, dance and theater. As a non-profit corporation, bergenPAC has thrived thanks to the aid and generosity of sponsors, donors and patrons.

For more information about the Jewelry Show & Sale or the bergenPAC Education Programs, please visit http://www.bergenpac.org or call Elizabeth DiVizio - Development Associate at 201-816-8160 Ext. 16. For a preview of Norma Wellington Designs visit http://www.nwjewelrydesign.com.

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