Judy Russell Goddard is in love. And the native Fair Havenite has a story to show and tell all about her lifetime love affair.Continue reading Living the Dream: A Native Fair Havenite’s Navesink Love Story
The pandemic didn’t stop the show. The Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School (RFH) Marching Band and Color Guard marched, twirled and played on at Friday night’s first RFH Football game. And the show was winning, by all accounts, just like the team.Continue reading Scene Around: RFH Marching Band, Color Guard Show Goes On
They broke a leg and got their luck. It wasn’t curtains for curtain time through final bow on the Knollwood School stage last week for Fair Haven’s fourth and fifth graders’ production of Aladdin Kids.Continue reading FOCUS: It’s Elementary; Fair Haven ‘Aladdin Kids’
There was a lot of night music played recently at Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School (RFH) as the 15-year tradition of the annual Tri-District Music Festival set the stage to showcase Knollwood, Forrestdale and RFH musicians.Continue reading In Tune: RFH Tri-District Music Festival
It’s that time — dress rehearsal time for the Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School’s (RFH) annual musical theater production. This year it’s Footloose. And as tech week winds down and things are fine-tuned, the cast settles into dress rehearsals, with that final dress rehearsal set for tonight.Continue reading Focus: Dress Rehearsing RFH’s ‘Footloose’
For crafty community’s sake, something artsy was going on after dark at Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School (RFH) recently.
Members of the RFH chapter of the National Art Honor Society (NAHS) hosted its first Art After Dark, a night of fun, charity, and artistic exploration.Continue reading Getting Artful After Dark At RFH
The stage at Rumson Fair-Haven Regional High School (RFH) is set for some fancy entertainment footwork as the Tower Players ready their spring musical production of Footloose.Continue reading Focus: A ‘Footloose’ and Fanciful Show at RFH
Another closing, another show …
They took their bows and exited stage right and down the hall to bask in the success of their show, mingle and strike a few poses. Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School (RFH) Tower Players’ Hunchback of Notre Dame was a success by all accounts.
The cast performed a comedic version of the show, which the audience embraced with lots of laugh-out-loud moments that were the talk of the weekend.
The show closed on Sunday to accolades and bonding moments with the cast, crew and audience.
Take a look for a glimpse into another RFH show …
Photos/courtesy of RFH PAS
Mary Ann Kampfe will be back home in Fair Haven at the borough library on Thursday for a chat about and sign her book Dementia Dolls: A Daughter’s Story.Continue reading A Fair Haven Homecoming & Book Signing
Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School (RFH) graduate, chef, radio host and author extraordinaire Chef Rossi has had a double heaping helping of notoriety lately. And it’s not junk food — more like sweet gourmet success to savor.Continue reading Scene Around: Cooking Up a Recipe for Success with RFH Grad Chef Rossi
Ever since she can remember, Mary Ann Kampfe loved reading and hearing stories. She remembers.Continue reading Living the Dream: Author Mary Ann Kampfe’s Tale of ‘Dementia Dolls’
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