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Celebrate the return of Spring with a fun themed train ride through northern New Jersey! The Easter Bunny and train crew will be on board greeting everyone during the 45-minute round-trip ride along the historic Whippanong Trail. Your train ride departs from and returns to the Whippany Railway Museum site in Morris County, NJ. You’ll enjoy the comfort of heated passenger coaches as the Train Crew hand out holiday treats for the kids. You are welcome to bring your camera to take photos enroute, but be aware that the Easter Bunny has to visit many children and can’t stay long with each person. More information
Japanese Breakfast with Long Beard live at White Eagle Hall on Sunday, April 7th. The doors open at 7:00PM, the show is 18+. More information
From [words] Bookstore: Local independent bookseller [words] Bookstore is delighted to announce that New York Times best selling essayist Sloane Crosley will be in Maplewood to discuss and sign her latest collection of essays Look Alive Out There on Monday, April 8 at 7:30 PM. The event will be held at the bookstore, located in the heart of downtown Maplewood at 179 Maplewood Avenue. A contributing editor and books columnist for Vanity Fair, Sloane Crosely is the author of the novel The Clasp and two New York Times bestselling books of personal essays, I Was Told There’d Be Cake, a finalist for the Thurber Prize for American humor, and How Did You Get This Number. Fans of Crosley’s work know her life is a series of relatable but madcap misadventures. In Look Alive Out There, whether it’s scaling active volcanoes, crashing shivas, playing herself on Gossip Girl or staring down the barrel of the fertility gun, Crosely continues make readers laugh with her electric one-liners. And as her subjects become more serious, her essays deliver not just laughs but lasting emotional heft and insight. This event is free and open to the public; no advance registration or book purchase required […]
From Greenwood Gardens: Fill your spring holiday gift baskets with Rookwood ceramic bunnies, adorable stuffed bunnies, chicks, ducks and more. Peruse a fine assortment of gardening gloves, home décor, books, gardening kits and other treasures! Enjoy complimentary cookies homemade by our award-winning volunteers! More information
From Garden State Kitchen: Have you always wanted to learn jar your own jams and preserves? Now is your chance. Canning and preserving guru Marisa McClellen of Food in Jars will teach you how make and can jam using the boiling water bath method for safe, shelf-stable preservation. In addition, she will show you how to put those jars of jam to work in granola, salad dressing, and as a topping for homemade pizza. You’ll take home a copy of her new cookbook The Food in Jars Kitchen: 140 Ways to Cook, Bake, Plate, and Share Your Homemade Pantry (which hits the shelves April 2 and retails for $24) along with a jar of lemony strawberry jam made in class. More information
From Farm & Fork Society / Garden State Kitchen: Have you always wanted to learn jar your own jams and preserves? Now is your chance. Join cookbook author and food blogger Marisa McClellan for a hands on class about canning, preserving, and all the delicious things you can do with a pantry full of jams, jellies, pickles, and chutneys. Marisa has been writing and teaching about home canning for more than a decade, and with her newest book, The Food in Jars Kitchen, she is hoping to inspire people to think beyond toast and sandwiches when it comes to homemade preserves. Marissa will teach you how make and can jam using the boiling water bath method for safe, shelf-stable preservation. In addition, she will show you how to put those jars of jam to work in granola, salad dressing, and as a topping for homemade pizza. This is a class that will open your eyes to the possibilities that exist in your pantry. All things that are tackled in her new book The Food in Jars Kitchen that hits selves on April 2! Students will make a batch of lemony strawberry jam and then learn of to turn the jam into […]
From Mayo PAC: Legendary rockers REO Speedwagon, led by Kevin Cronin, perform hits like “Can’t Fight This Feeling,” “Take It on the Run,” “Keep on Loving You” and “Time for Me to Fly” that have made them one of the most popular bands since the 1970s. More information
From Blue Moon Mexican Café: Hop on over to any of the Blue Moon Mexican Café locations this Easter for the best family Easter Celebration. The Bunny Brunch Buffet will feature breakfast favorites as well as an array of Mexican favorites- such as Huevos Burritos, Steak Fajita Hash, Omelets, Scrambled Eggs, French Toast, Mini Cheese Quesadillas, Southwest Eggrolls, Fiesta Salad, Honey Lime Salmon, fruit, assorted desserts and much more! Brunch will be served from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. for a price of $24.95 per adult and $12.95 per child. In addition to the Bunny Brunch Buffet, Blue Moon’s dinner menu will be served starting at 12Noon and the children’s menu will be served all day. The kids will enjoy a visit by the Easter Bunny, Arts & Crafts, balloon animals, treats and a table with coloring books, markers, crayons, and other fun activities. While the children are engaged, the adults may enjoy special Easter Cocktails with $5 Sangria, Bloody Mary’s, Mimosa and Margaritas! More information
From Ho-Ho-Kus Inn & Tavern: Enjoy a flight of four beer tastings with a complimentary small plate to accompany each! $25 pp, plus tax & gratuity Reservations Required reserve here or call us at 201-445-4115 More information
From the Ryland Inn: Ever wished you could impress that special someone with your own delicious homemade meal? Then you won’t want to miss our bi-monthly cooking classes! Bring a friend, a coworker, or even a date and join our Executive Chef, Chris Albrecht as he instructs a hands on class that are sure to impress! Starts at 7pm. $50 per guestNot inclusive of tax & gratuity For Reservations, please call908-534-4011 January 17th Chef’s Knife Skills January 31st Stocks and Sauces February 7th Chocolate February 21st Pasta I Intro to handmade pasta March 14th New Orleans March 28th Spring Garden April 11th Pasta II Advanced handmade pasta techniques April 25th Mushrooms May 9th Beef From Argentina to Japan and back to Far Hills NJ May 23rd Cheese June 13th Grilling June 27th Grains July 11th Garlic July 25th Pesto August 8th Saving the Seasons (ferment, canning, smoking, preservation) August 22nd Tomato September 12th Oysters & Shellfish September 26th Tuscany October 10th Risotto and Gnocchi October 24th Italian Desserts November 7th Vegetarian/Vegan November 21st Thanksgiving
From Gladstone Tavern Hosted by Robby Seibert Gladstone Tavern Mixologist $60 pp, includes cocktails, snacks, recipes & more Learn and develop your bartending skills at our hands-on mixology workshop. Robby will be covering techniques such as muddling and stirring drinks. This unique evening will be fun, informative and highly interactive event, pairing specialty cocktails with snacks. Sign up today for this popular event! More information
Bob Saget at Count Basie in Red Bank April 11 at 8 p.m. From Count Basie: Tickets: $59, $39, $35, $29 | Limit 6 tickets per billing address Yes, Bob Saget has starred in many successful television shows, including two of the most family-friendly shows network TV has ever produced (“Full House” and “Americas Funniest Home Videos”) but he’s also an out of his mind, Grammy-nominated standup comedian for over thirty years. From his HBO special “That Ain’t Right” to his scene-stealing cameos in “Entourage,” and “The Aristocrats,” it’s always effective as Saget embraces his dark side. From directing MGM’s cult favorite feature film “Dirty Work,” to directing and producing the highly acclaimed ABC television movie, “For Hope,” to starring in the critically acclaimed, Paul Weitz off-Broadway play, “Privilege, to starring on Broadway in the Tony Award winning play of 2007, “The Drowsy Chaperone,” Bob Saget shows no signs of stopping. Ever. January 2016, Bob finished a very fulfilling and successful 9-week run on Broadway in the Tony-nominated play, “Hand To God,” playing the part of a Lutheran minister, Pastor Greg. That year he also co-starred in a film “A Stand-Up Guy,” and finished his run on the first, second […]
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