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From Mayo Performing Arts Center: Celebrating their cherished heritage through Irish dance, music and song, The Celtic Angels share their zeal and passion for Ireland’s musical traditions. Featuring sweet and stirring songs of Ireland, rigorously precise dances and traditional musicianship, The Celtic Angels will carry you away to Ireland on wings of music. More information.
From the Maplewood Library: In the United States, suicide is the 10th leading cause of death. Learn the risks and warning signs, what it is and who it affects. Find out what can be done to prevent it, and the treatments that are available to help underlying issues. Presented by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. Co-sponsored by the Maplewood Library and Department of Community Services, Public Health Division. More information.
Note: this event has been canceled due to public health concerns. From the Maplewood Library: Barry Sonnenfeld is a filmmaker and writer who broke into the film industry as the cinematographer on the Coen Brothers’ first three films: Blood Simple, Raising Arizona, and Miller’s Crossing. He also was the director of photography on Throw Mamma from the Train, Big, When Harry Met Sally, and Misery. Sonnenfeld made his directorial debut with The Addams Family in 1991, and has gone on to direct a number of films including Addams Family Values, Get Shorty, and the first three Men in Black films. His television credits include Pushing Daisies, for which he won an Emmy, and most recently Netflix’s A Series of Unfortunate Events. Sonnenfeld is the author of Barry Sonnenfeld, Call Your Mother. Words Bookstore will be selling copies of the book at this event. Sonnenfeld will be in conversation with South Orange documentary filmmaker Matthew Galkin. His film work includes HBO’s Kevorkian, the award-winning HBO documentary I am an Animal: The Story of Ingrid Newkirk and PETA, and loudQUIETloud: A Film About the Pixies. More information.
From Zeppelin Hall Beer Garden: Eat, drink and be Irish at Zeppelin Hall (88 Liberty View Dr.) for St. Patrick’s Week and celebrate Celtic Cuisine from Thursday, March 12th through Monday, March 16th. We are closed on Tuesdays. Enjoy six Irish dishes from Executive Chef Franco Robazettie like the Irish Reuben Sandwich with lean corned beef piled high with thinly sliced Irish bacon, melted Swiss cheese, sauerkraut, and Thousand Island dressing on toasted rye bread served with a choice of boiled potatoes and cabbage or French fries for $14. The Blarney Stone Burger made with a half-pound Black Angus beef with thinly sliced Irish smoked bacon, melted Swiss or American cheese, served with a choice of French fries or boiled potatoes and cabbage for $14, and the Bangers & Mashed Potatoes Colcannon with grilled Irish sausages served with peas and colcannon (buttery mashed potatoes with leeks, onions, garlic and topped with crumbled bacon) also for $14. Indulge in $5 Guinness and $5 Jamesons to get in the holiday spirit. More information.
From The Shannon Rose Irish Pub: The Shannon Rose Irish Pub’s favorite holiday, St. Patrick’s Day, is just around the corner! If you’re working on any St. Patrick’s Day stories, the pub today announced its annual festivities in celebration of St. Patrick’s Day, which are full of luck, leprechauns, rainbows and more at its Clifton and Ramsey, NJ locations. Both pubs have 17 days of entertainment and activities planned, including live Irish music, entertainment, glass dipping, green beer and Irish specials, whiskey tastings, trivia and more from Friday, March 13 – Tuesday, March 17. The full lineup of performers and additional details can be found at TheShannonRose.com. Guests are also encouraged to drink responsibly during St. Patrick’s Day weekend, which is why The Shannon Rose Irish Pub is offering guests $10 off their Uber rides to and from each location between Friday, March 13 – Tuesday, March 17 2020 using the following codes*: Ramsey: ewoljo9 Clifton: ejcjec4 More information.
Crowne Plaza Philadelphia-Cherry Hill and BestofNJ: Monster-Mania Con is the best chance for horror film fans to meet the biggest names in horror history. Fans will be able to get autographs and participate in Q&A sessions with the stars. They can also shop in the large dealers area and watch films until 2am. More information.
Editor’s Note: The following statement is from parade organizers on March 11, 2020: “After careful consideration, and in the best interest of our participants and attendees, the 85th Annual Newark St. Patrick’s Day Parade will be postponed due to the current coronavirus situation. While disappointed, we are actively working to reschedule the event in September, billed as the 85th and-a-halfway to St. Patrick’s Day Parade. Details on the event will be released at a later date.” –Brian M. Lowe, Publicity Chair, Newark St. Patrick’s Day Parade Committee From the Prudential Center: The 85th year of the Saint Patrick’s Day Parade on the Streets of Newark! March 13, 2020 at 1 pm. More information.
From iPLAY America, LLC: Celebrate Holi and the arrival of Spring at iPlay America with a discounted ride night! Free unlimited rides with the purchase of a $10 game card. Receive a free glow necklace with every ride band purchase. Free face painting in the park from 5-8pm. More information.
From Plant Nite: Get your hands dirty! No experience required, join us for a night of digging, planting, and fun! Come out early to enjoy a meal before we get started, let them know you’re with Plant Nite. Secure your seats 15 minutes before start time, especially if part of a large group. Food and drinks are available for purchase from the venue during the event, planting and eating is definitely encouraged and are food/ drinks NOT included in the ticket price. Outside food and drink are not allowed – NO BYOB. Events are for adults, 21+ only. Please note that these receptacles are for the purposes of bringing them home! (I.e. come prepared with a bag if you wish!) * Some supplies (ex. Terrariums, succulents, colors) may slightly differ, photo is an example of what could be made for that event. More information.
From Princeton High School: Celebrate a night of jazz by a bunch of Princeton High School jazz bands. Held at the Princeton Jazz Cafe in the high school Cafeteria. Come and enjoy some tunes, dance, and eat. All ages are welcome. Students free with paying adult. Tickets at the door. This is a fundraising event and all proceeds benefit the PHS Band Program. More information.
From Painting with a Twist: Sip. Paint. Relax. Park for FREE! We are a BYOB! Legal-aged guests may bring along wine, beer or soft drinks! Bring your own finger foods! We provide cups and openers. We do NOT provide ice or utensils. Seats are for painters. Everyone must have a paid seat to stay. (Private parties may have exceptions). Please arrive 15 minutes early to get uncorked, settled, smocked & ready to paint! More information.
From the Columbia Cougars: Kick off spring with the third Annual Columbia Cougars – Saint Patrick’s Day 5K Road Race! When: Saturday, March 14th – 9am Where: Dunnell Road in Maplewood, NJ Pre-register (by Tues, 3/10) for early bird price of $25 Day of/walk-up registration will be available onsite for $30/registrant starting at 7am. All packets and bibs can be picked up the day of the race starting at 7am. This race will be held Rain or Shine, and is a no-alcohol event. More information.
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