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From Maplewood Memorial Library: Maplewood Memorial Library is gearing up for the 6th Annual Ideas Festival, celebrating the talent and creativity of our community. The Festival will begin on Saturday, March 23 and end on Saturday, April 6 with Tina Kelley receiving the Maplewood Literary Award. Below is this year’s lineup! Except for Makers Day, all programs will be held at the Main Library. More information.
From Taste of Flemington: Mark your calendars! Flemington Restaurant Week is back Sunday, March 31st through Friday April 5th Special 3 Course Prix-Fixe Dinner $25 or $35 Menus and amazing specials for lunch and breakfast. Dinner reservations are strongly recommended. Operating days and hours vary by restaurant, see details below. Join us for a “Taste of Flemington” – there’s so much to enjoy! More information
Our all new, feature Spring musical, “Take Me Away,” transports our audiences to the bustling city of London for a one of a kind, immersive dinner theatre experience! Upon arriving in our dining room, a host of lively street performers will greet you and set the scene as if you are on the bustling streets of Covent Garden, London. When the stage show begins, you will be joined by world-famous sleuth, Sherlock Holmes, and his trusted mate, Dr. Watson, on a hilarious musical quest to solve one of his most baffling adventures… the mystery of love! A mind reader, mysterious countess, and magician are just a few of the suspects in this musical farce. Backed by a live orchestra, our cast of talented actors will sing and dance throughout this laugh-filled, lively show, while audience members may find they hold the clues to solving the mystery right on their own dining room tables! Book your tickets now for an “overseas” trip of a lifetime and join us for this exciting Playhouse premier! TICKET PRICING INCLUDES SHOW, TABLE-SERVED MEAL, DESSERT BUFFET, COFFEE OR HOT TEA, TAX AND GRATUITY More info
From Maplewood Library: Alison Stewart: The Art of the Interview, with Nancy Solomon Monday, April 1 at 7:00 pm Alison Stewart, host of WNYC’s All of It changes roles and answers the questions. We’ll hear about the secret sauce of great interviewing and what happens when live radio goes badly. Solomon is the managing editor of New Jersey Public Radio and WNYC More information
From Book To Plate: Just in time for Passover, meet author’s Liz Alpern and Jeffrey Yoskowitz of The Gefilte Manifesto: New Recipes for Old World Jewish Foods. Learn about how the two are reimagining and revitalizing Old World Jewish foods and inspiring a new generation to get in the kitchen. The Gefilte Manifesto cookbook was named a finalist for the National Jewish Book Award and a top cookbook of the year by USA Today and Epicurious. Guests will sample Passover recipes from their book including handmade matzo, kugel and spongecake. Guest can also pre-order Liz and Jeffery critically-acclaimed limited run artisan gefilte fish for pick up in Millburn. Made from the finest ingredients, Gefilteria’s gefilte fish is gluten-free, as well as kosher for Passover (certified by the OU). Each loaf serves 10-12 guests. $24.99 per loaf. Click TICKETS to pre-order. You will receive a seperate email with payment and pick up instructions or you can send your order to firstname.lastname@example.org. (You do not need to attend event to order gefilte fish.) More information
Harlan Coben Visits Words Bookstore in Maplewood April 3 Join best-selling author Harlan Coben at [words] Bookstore’s new location in the LifeTown facility in Livingston, NJ. LifeTown is a 53,000 square foot center that will redefine the landscape for individuals with special needs with recreational, therapeutic and educational facilities—and soon, a new [words] Bookstore! To celebrate, join us for a special event with Coben and his new book, Run Away. The master of domestic suspense—and Livingston native—is a favorite of [words] and we’re thrilled to have him join us to commemorate this new adventure! More information and tickets here. Wednesday, April 3 — 7:00 pm 10 Microlab Road Livingston, NJ 07039
From Summit Downtown, Inc. Summit Design District is ready to help with your Spring design projects! Mark your calendars for April 4th from 11am-5pm. Downtown design businesses are hosting creative and informative events you don’t want to miss. Summit Design District has everything you need to get your home ready for the Spring season: interior design, furniture, bedding, flooring, paint and wallcovering, architects, kitchen and bath design, window covering and more. Be sure to follow Summit Design District on Instagram, @summitdesigndistrict for a curated feed dedicated to design. All downtown design businesses will be open for you to shop and browse, and 14 businesses will be hosting special events. For more information on Design Day, please visit summitdowntown.org.
From Temple B’nai Abraham: A special evening for women—mothers, grandmothers, aunts, cousins, daughters (post-Bat Mitzvah)— in the community are invited to join us. The cost is $36 per person (includes dinner). In preparation for Passover, please bring hametz (a box of pasta, cereal, cookies, etc.) to donate to Livingston CHOW. Registration is required by March 28 . To register go to https://tbanj.org/rosh-hodesh-5779 or call 973.994.2290. More information
From Luna Stage: Rabbi Elliott Tepperman, Author Marc Aronson, and Islamic Networks Group at Luna Stage’s HEARTLAND New play “folds complex matters of international diplomacy and Western imperialism delicately into a tender, fraught father-daughter story,” says The Star-Ledger Rabbi Elliott Tepperman of B’nai Keshet, the Islamic Networks Group’s Seham Abdala and Zainab Alam, and Maplewood author Marc Aronson will lead pre- and post-show conversations at Luna Stage’s Heartland this weekend. Now extended through May 5, Luna’s production has received audience and critical acclaim. Broadway World called it a “heartfelt masterpiece rife with comedic brilliance and the triumph of the human spirit.” More information and tickets here. Set in Omaha and Afghanistan, Heartland weaves back and forth through time, unraveling a mystery that illuminates the cost of defending an American Empire. NJ Arts Maven described Heartland as “about compassion, responsibility, regret, redemption, forgiveness and, above all, love… [an] examination of the human heart…one you will talk about for days afterward.” Upcoming special events include: 4/25 at 6:45pm | Pre-show LunaLit discussion of Mohsin Hamid’s Exit West with Rabbi Elliott Tepperman 4/26 | Post-show conversation with Seham Abdala and Zainab Alam of NJ Islamic Networks Group 4/28 at 2pm | LunaLit: Marc Aronson on his new Young Adult book Rising Water about the Thai cave rescue The Star-Ledger, affiliated with NJ.com, praised Heartland as “a play that folds complex […]
Egg Hunt Hayrides are a non-competitive fun experience for all. April 5 – April 20 Weekdays at 10, 11, 12 & 4 Weekends and Good Friday 10 to 4 every 15 minutes. $9.00/Egg Hunter $4.50/Non-Egg Hunting Rider As an added value for egg hunt customers; The Discovery Barnyard/Animal Farm we will be offered to all egg hunters at 1/2 price. More information
From Jersey Shore Restaurant Week: Spring Restaurant Week is April 5-14, 2019 and we’re celebrating our 10th year!! Enjoy a three-course meal with your choice of an appetizer, entree, and dessert for either $22.19 or $32.19. See the restaurants page for menu and details. More information
From Hoboken Literary Weekend: The first annual Hoboken Literary Weekend takes place April 5-7, 2019. A remarkable line up of authors for adults and children is scheduled over three days. Read the schedule below and get your tickets and rsvps. Join us in kicking off another cultural tradition for our wonderful city. More information
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