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Enjoy the Winter Walk Holiday Lights. Enter the park on Millburn Avenue by the Gazebo and follow the twinkling lights that will take you through a wonderland of handmade snowflakes, courtesy of local Boy Scout Troop 15. The trees along the path are wrapped in lights, the enormous polar bear is the perfect setting for family photos, and the bridge is adorned with hundreds of lights that reflect into the stream that runs along the Main Street section of the park. Continue your stroll along the Main Street entrance, over the bridge near the Bauer Center and then head for hot chocolate or dinner at your choice of numerous restaurants. The “Winter Walk” has been made possible through the generosity of local businesses, property owners, DMDA, Millburn Township and local residents under the auspices of the Chamber of Commerce. Thousands of visitors will enjoy the park from November 24th until the lights dim on January 24th. For additional information kindly contact the Chamber of Commerce at 973-379-1198 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Herb & Milly Iris Gallery at the South Orange Performing Arts Center hosts a new exhibition by Jenny Flexner Reinhardt December 10, 2018-February 22, 2019. A reception open to the public will take place December 13, 5:30-8:30 p.m. In The Price of Sugar, Reinhardt has woven the theme of the bright and seductive appeal of sugar and confectionary, along with its dark side; the addiction, the excess and the disease. Sugar is both sweet and dangerous. Reinhardt is inspired by the bravado of the middle-of-the-night street artist. While not a nocturnal painter herself, she is fascinated by the guerrilla-esque talents of the stencil maker, the spray-painter and the tagger. Her work is part graffiti, part abstraction with figurative form and vintage graphic design thrown in for good measure. It is a heady mixture that guarantees an interesting narrative and will keep you exploring the images for all their hidden elements of literature, history and cultural references that are subconscious elements of life. Jenny Flexner Reinhardt studied at University of Michigan before completing her MFA Cum Laude at the New York Academy of Art. She is an art educator as well as being a very accomplished artist of the highest […]
Celebrate the season at the Durand-Hedden House & Garden on December 9 from 1 to 4 p.m. with gingerbread houses, a paper ornament activity, treats and shopping. Gingerbread House Contestants must enter by December 8. Visit Durand-Hedden’s website for details and to enter. Kids, teens, families, adults and professionals are welcome. Children can also visit with our Victorian Santa on the 9th – be sure to have your camera ready. The creative entries of the 2018 Durand-Hedden Gingerbread House competition will be on display as well as on December 15 and 16 (at the Country Store) and at the Hilton Library December 18 through January 17. Holiday shopping at the Durand-Hedden Country Store The Country Store has special inexpensive gifts for family, friends and teachers, while benefiting the Durand-Hedden House. The historic-themed selection includes such items as early American children’s games and toys, facsimile documents, quill pens and ink, pictorial history books about Maplewood, historic cookbooks, cookie molds, tin lanterns, reproductive decorative items and ceramics, local honey and Original 1910 Chocolate Fudge Sauce. Also available are the original Doors of Maplewood poster, Smile: A Pictorial History of Olympic Park, 1887-1965 and the new acid-free reproduction of the charming 1931 […]
Baconfest 2019 at Zeppelin Hall Jan. 11th to the 27th! 22 different Bacon items, Appetizers, Main Courses and Desserts! Live music Fridays and DJs Saturday nights and Free Bacon strips at the bar from 4 to 7pm. Location: 88 Liberty View Dr Jersey City, New Jersey
Valley Hospital Sponsors Restaurant Week In Ridgewood Jan. 13-17, Jan. 20-24, Jan. 27-31 RESTAURANT WEEKS START: January 13-17, 2019 January 20-24, 2019 January 27-31, 2019 Sunday-Thursday Check below for participating restaurant and details – Valley Hospital presents in partnership with the Ridgewood Chamber of Commerce Winter Restaurant Week 2019! For fifteen days, participating restaurants and caterers are offering you the chance to “experience” dining in Ridgewood or in your home. Each chef is preparing a tantalizing 3-course, prix-fixe menu at $30.19. Call the restaurant for selections and reservations. Participating Restaurants Pearl Restaurant- 201-857-5100 White Maple Café-201-4471953 Raymonds-201-445-5125 ROOTS Steakhouse-201-444-1922 Lunch only Bareburger-201-528-5133 Office Tavern & Grill-201-652-1070 FINCA-201-444-1199 Cravings Tapas Bistro-201-857-8533 Park West Tavern-201-445-5400 Latour-201-445-5056-Lunch only and M-Thr., weeks of 1/20-1/24, 1/27-1/31. Jacks Lobster Rolls-973-800-7400 Lisa’s Mediterranean Cuisine-201-251-8686 Piccolo Bistro Italian- 201-882-1111 Santoni’s Pizza- 201-389-6810 Smoked 2Go- 201-447-6653-call for times open Steel Wheel Tavern- 201-882-1800 Truly Sichuan- 201-857-3830 It’s Greek to Me Two dinners for $30.19- 201-612-2600 Sweet Treats: Ben&Jerry’s-201-689-1122 Ice Cream by Mike-201-343-4514 Kilwins-Ridgewood-201-445-4837 Nutritional: Playa Bowls- 201-639-2700 Samba Bowls- 201-857-5015 Catering: Chestnut Catering and Deli- 201-445-3031 Family Dinners Wines and More: Public Wine, Beer and Spirits-201-857-0316 Ridgewood Wine Seller- 201-444-3300 Super Cellars Fine Wines and Marketplace: 201-444-0012 Adding new eating […]
By Tony Award winner Michael Frayn Directed by Sarna Lapine JOAN AND ROBERT RECHNITZ THEATER Tony Award winner Michael Frayn’s Noises Off belongs on any list of the funniest plays ever written. Screwball antics, sight gags, pratfalls, misplaced props, slamming doors and flying sardines all combine in this celebrated, flawless farce-within-a-farce. Sarna Lapine, whose credits include the acclaimed recent Broadway revival of Sunday in the Park with George with Jake Gyllenhaal, directs. More info
Inspired by American Girl’s most iconic characters and their stories, American Girl Live is a premiere stage production produced by Mills Entertainment, featuring all-original songs and unforgettable experiences, stops by Mayo Performing Arts Center at 2 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. Come along for a fun-filled adventure, where exciting tales of bravery and friendship come to life, LIVE and in-person! Join your favorite American Girl characters, and some brand-new friends, as they follow their hearts and share their dreams, in a journey across time. ©2018 American Girl. All American Girl marks are trademarks of American Girl. Copyright Mills Entertainment 2018. All rights reserved. Tickets: $29 – $79
From MPAC: Thursday, January 16, 2020 at 8 pm For the past ten years at the Mirage Hotel Terry Fator has sold out night after night with a show featuring his cast of characters that includes everyone from an Impersonating Turtle to Elton John to Elvis. In addition to winning America’s Got Talent, Terry has won Las Vegas’s best show, best all-around performer, best family show and best overall show. $99|$89|$79|$79|$69 More information
From Farm & Fork Society and The Book House: Book to Plate: Food and The City Thursday, January 17, 2019 from 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM Meet author Ina Yalof, Food and The City, a fascinating oral history from an unforgettable gallery of New Yorkers who embody the city’s culinary heart and soul. The book focuses on the country’s most food-crazed metropolis, New York, with an eye toward eliciting the stories of the people who fuel it. Food and The City is full of delicious insights, inspiring stories, and singular anecdotes that together paint a vibrant picture of metropolitan food culture. Yalof will read an excerpt of her book and talk about her amazing interviews with such New York greats as Dominique Ansel who explains what great good fortune led him to make the first Cronut and David Fox, third generation owner of Fox’s U-Bet syrup. Guest will get to munch on goodies from some of the food purveyors in the book such the classic New York (Fox’s U-Bet) Egg Cream, the crowd feeding Rikers Island Carrot Cake and more! Food and The City has been praised by New York best chefs including Daniel Boulud and Marcus Samuelsson. Tickets are $30 […]
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
Comedian Ron White visits the State Theatre in New Brunswick on Jan. 17 at 8 p.m. Ron “Tater Salad” White, best known as the cigar smoking, scotch drinking funnyman from the “Blue Collar Comedy” phenomenon, makes his return to The State with his new stand-up show. White has achieved three Grammy® nominations, a Gold Record, two of the top rated one-hour specials in Comedy Central history, a book that appeared on the New York Times Best Seller List, and CD and DVD sales of over 10 million units. Tickets start at $45.
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