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Nov 17

Rutgers vs. Penn State Football

8:00 am, HighPoint Solutions Stadium

Join the WCTC Street Team before the Scarlet Knights take on Penn St. for our WCTC Miller Lite Tailgate Show & Party at the North Gate of High Point Solutions Stadium beginning at 9:30! Stop by for games & prizes & get all the latest updates on our Scarlet Knights team! Also, it is Senior Day, come watch your favorite players strap on their cleats for the last time in scarlet red!

Nov 17

31st Annual Branchburg Woman's Club Craft Sale and Raffle

10:00 am, Branchburg Central Middle School, $1

The Branchburg Woman's Club's 31st Annual Craft Sale and Raffle will be Saturday, November 17 from 10 am - 3 pm at Branchburg Central Middle School, located on Baird Road across from White Oak Park, Branchburg, Somerset County. The club's proceeds benefit student achievement awards and charitable donations. Come meet JJ Mish, local celebrity, nature photographer, and writer. Door prizes, raffle, bake sale, refreshments, and all-handmade crafts. $1 admission and free parking. Call 908-866-1824. (From Highway 22, exit to Readington…

Nov 17

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire: A Staged Parody performed by Raconteur Radio

2:00 pm, South Plainfield Senior Center

ATTENTION: Potterheads! WizKids! GryffinDorks! Raconteur Radio's got a Potter mouth! Come Celebrate the 20th Anniversary of Harry Potter with Raconteur Radio's uniquely immersive, parody interpretation of The Goblet of Fire. Come in costume if you would like and experience the story in a whole new way. The Boy Who Lived LIVE! On Saturday November 17 at 2pm at the South Plainfield Senior Center. How good is it? On a scale of 1 to 10, it’s 9 ¾, which as all…

Nov 23

The Drowsy Chaperone

8:00 pm, Brook Arts Center, $20

The Brook Arts Center, in association with the Media and Performance Collective, launches their production of the 2006 Tony Award winner, The Drowsy Chaperone, a parody of American musical comedy of the 1920s. The story concerns a middle-aged, musical theater fan; as he plays the record of his favorite musical, the (fictional) 1928 hit. The show comes to life onstage as he wryly comments on the music, story, and actors. The Drowsy Chaperone runs November 23rd to December 2nd at…

Dec 1

Our Lady of Lourdes Annual Christmas Bazaar

9:00 am, Our Lady of Lourdes School

Our Lady of Lourdes (OLOL) Parish, 44 Cleveland Avenue, Milltown, will host its 40th ANNUAL CHRISTMAS BAZAAR on Saturday, December 1, from 9:00am to 4:00pm. NEW this year, the OLOL EMPORIUM is a booth offering beautiful gift items. Many well-known “names” including LENOX™ and Mikasa™ as well as lovely linens and many other “giftable” items will be available. The event will offer a day of holiday shopping, food and family activities. Highlights include our OLOL EMPORIUM, OLOL Shoppes, Old Fashioned…

Dec 8

Juke Joint Jive with Ken Lelen

2:00 pm, South Plainfield Senior Center

On Saturday December 8 at 2pm, the South Plainfield Public Library welcomes vocalist and guitarist Ken Lelen who will perform Juke Joint Jive. Juke Joint Jive is concert that offers toe-tappin’ tunes that were jukebox favorites, radio hits and bandstand requests for jitter buggers, stagedoor johnnies, drugstore cowboys, swingshift maisies zoot suiters, bobby soxers, and lindy hoppers in the Big Band era. Ken Lelen performs legendary love songs and plays vintage acoustic guitars for an authentic back-in-the-day sound. By marrying…

Dec 8

A Christmas Carol

3:00 pm, New Durham Chapel

A Christmas Carol will be presented on Saturday, December 8th at 3 p.m. and on Sunday, December 9th at 6 p.m. Watch as a modern day Ebenezer Scrooge goes on a journey from "Bah Humbug" to discovering what Christmas is all about. The play features live music and will be followed by light refreshments. Admission is free. If you desire, you may bring a donation of non-perishable canned foods, shelf-stable milk, cereals, instant potatoes, rice, household cleaning products, personal care…

Dec 9

Seasonal Traditions Holiday Program

1:00 pm, East Jersey Old Town Village

SEASONAL TRADITIONS HOLIDAY PROGRAM Sunday, December 9, 2018 • 1pm – 6pm Make “Seasonal Traditions” a part of your family holiday tradition, featuring horse-drawn wagon rides through Johnson Park, fife and drum music, carolers and children’s crafts. The Hearts of Oak Independent Militia Company will be patrolling the Village! The Indian Queen Tavern presents: 2pm | Founders & Volunteer Recognition Ceremony 3pm | Songs of Hanukkah by Sam Levine 4pm | Midwinter Stories by Dave Emerson 5pm | Traditional Carols…

Dec 13

Caregivers' Stories Sought For Theatrical Performance

5:00 pm

Morristown, NJ – For the fourth consecutive year, New Jersey Theatre Alliance (“the Alliance”) is inviting professional and family caregivers to submit their personal stories for a theatrical production as part of the Healing Voices OnStage: Caregivers Stories program. “We have found that this program is a wonderful healing opportunity for individuals to freely express their feelings about their caregiving experience in an artistic manner,” said John McEwen, Executive Director of the Alliance. Produced in partnership with Writers Theatre of…

Dec 15

Holiday Movies at The Historic Brook Theater

5:30 pm, Brook Arts Center, $5

On December 15 & 16, visit our lobby for our holiday festival of trees and displays, followed by the showing of two great family Christmas movies on the big screen! Bring your ticket and climb abroad the Polar Express on Saturday at 6:30pm. Then, on Sunday join us for a matinee showing of 1946 holiday classic – It’s a Wonderful Life ! We are excited to bring movies back to the big screen at the newly restored Brook Theater! For…