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From Somerset County Tourism: Using the Planetarium’s DigitalSky digital theater, experience a guided tour of the night sky. Learn about some of the popular constellations visible from sunset to sunrise, as well as the stories behind them. Hear about how and where in the sky to find the brightest planets. Weather permitting, the 3M Observatory will be open after the show. (Ages 8-adult) Reservations recommended. More information
From Somerset County Tourism: Listen to the Fab Four’s hits from their long career, like “Twist and Shout,” “Revolution,” and “Get Back” while lasers animate the songs on the dome overhead. Reservations recommended. More information.
From Morris County Park Commission: Shake that cabin fever, and head over to the Arboretum! Play Garden-opoly, Plant Scrabble, life-sized chess, and Garden Bingo challenge to win prizes. Enjoy popcorn, hot cocoa, and seasonal snacks. More information.
From West Orange Classic Film Festival: The West Orange Film Society hosts the 15th annual West Orange Classic Film Festival from Sunday, January 5, 2020 to February 23, 2020 at 2pm at the AMC DINE-IN Essex Green 9 Theatre in West Orange. West Orange Arts Council Members receive a 25% ticket discount to WO Classic Film Festival movies. Cost depends on movie. Schedule: January 5: North by Northwest January 12: Casablanca January 19: West Side Story January 26: To Kill a Mockingbird February 2: Duck Soup February 9: Black Maria Film Festival February 16: Lawrence of Arabia February 23: Mr. Smith Goes to Washington More information.
From the Ethical Culture Society of Essex County and the Village Green: Bring acoustic string and rhythm instruments and join in playing, singing, and listening. Everyone is invited. Bring some refreshments to share. More information.
From Zeppelin Hall: Zeppelin Hall (88 Liberty View Dr.) is hosting BaconFest from Sunday, January 11th – Monday, January 27th with Executive Chef Franco Robazetti serving up 20 bacon filled dishes including one that earned him the 1st place prize at last year’s Bacon and Beer Classic. Dishes include Bacon Lasagna for $16, the only lasagna where pasta is just a garnish with layers of pasta, ground beef, pork sausage, ricotta and mozzarella cheeses and sheets of Applewood bacon. The Bacon Shrimp on the Barbie for $15 with six grilled jumbo shrimp wrapped in Applewood smoked bacon served with creamy chipotle sauce and the 2019 Jersey City Bacon and Beer Classic Champion dish – Bacon Sliders for $11 featuring six thick cut bacon sliders with tomato, fresh baby arugula and chipotle mayo sauce. More information.
From the New Jersey Performing Arts Center: Come see why families choose NJPAC for their student’s arts training experience! You’ll get to meet our arts training faculty and staff, participate in trial classes, see our facility, register for classes on-site, and be able to enjoy a day at NJPAC! Register here. More information.
From Morris Museum: Enjoy a respite from the colder weather with scrumptious treats and a fun performance in the Bickford Theatre. Each child will receive a remembrance of the day. Perfect for families with children ages 3-8, this event offers a great opportunity for a winter-themed family photo. More information.
From the Ethical Culture Society of Essex County and the Village Green: The simple act of walking is an age-old method for people from around the world to connect with one another. Since 2007, the Abraham Path Initiative (API) has seeded walking trails in the part of Southwest Asia we call “the Middle East” to introduce people to an ancient land and its hospitable residents. For API, walking is a tool to deepen understanding, experience cultures, and foster friendships across challenging divides. API shines a light on the ages-old traditions of hospitality in the region, emphasizing how people welcome strangers in honor of Abraham/Ibrahim, the spiritual ancestor of over half of humanity. API Executive Director Anisa Mehdi will share stories and life lessons from walking and meeting people along trails in the Sinai, Jordan, and most recently, the Kurdish region of northern Iraq. A lifetime of interest in and concern for the Middle East is at the foundation of Anisa Mehdi’s passion for Abraham Path Initiative. An Iraqi-American of mixed religious heritage, Anisa deeply appreciates the variety and nuance of regional cultures and tensions. For more than 20 years she was a broadcast journalist, winning two Emmys, a CINE Golden […]
Get up close and personal with an artist and his work! Gallery Walk + Talk events are intimate tours designed to help you navigate the many concepts, methods, materials and ideas that artists incorporate into their work. Join the conversation by taking a tour that engages directly with works of art in the gallery led by the artist himself, Steve Vaccariello. Steve approaches the medium of photography in his own unique, highly-skilled and creative way. He’ll provide a personal context to his artwork, sharing his creative inspiration and his particular fascination with capturing dancers on film. All Gallery Walk + Talk events are free, however, an RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org is strongly encouraged. JUST DANCE… Steve Vaccariello The Herb & Milly Iris Gallery Curated by Jeremy Moss On Display November 14 – January 19, 2020
From Mayo Performing Arts Center: Jim Curry captures the natural essence of John Denver’s persona and music through his heartfelt delivery of such multi-platinum hits such as “Rocky Mountain High,” “Annie’s Song” and “Country Roads.” Often performing with John Denver’s former band members, Jim Curry’s tribute is the first and only full-length John Denver tribute to headline in Las Vegas and has been celebrated nationally and internationally. More information.
From the Newark YMCA: The YMCA of Newark and Vicinity has honored the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. for the past 49 years with an annual memorial breakfast. In fact, the YMCA was the first local organization to hold an event honoring Dr. King. The breakfast allows us to take time to remember and reflect on Dr. King’s vision of a community and world of peace, love, and understanding. Please join us as we gather for this 49th Memorial Breakfast. This is a wonderful opportunity to recommit ourselves to the high ideals that Dr. King personified. More information.
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