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From Edible Jersey: It’s high season for fresh flavors in the Garden State and dozens of restaurants statewide are celebrating with special menus, events and offers featuring ingredients sourced from NJ farms and waters. Join Edible Jersey, participating restaurants and many of the state’s most outstanding chefs for EAT DRINK LOCAL WEEK 2019! For a full list of restaurants, visit Edible Jersey’s website. Don’t miss the opportunity to win a $150 gift certificate at the restaurant of your choice, too! More information
From Montclair Jazz Festival: The “No Tickets Required” Montclair Jazz Festival attracts 10,000+ music fans from across the region! Highlights include: KICK OFF DANCE PARTY! with DJ BROTHER MISTER OLD SCHOOL FUNK + SOUL FRIDAY, JULY 26 Dance Party 8:00pm • 18 Label Street • $30 Advanced • $35 At the door July 31 – 7PM & 9:30PM: Piano Stars at Montclair Social Club.* Second Set Added Due to Demand * In one mind-blowing set, hear two of the hottest rising pianists in jazz today, one from Montclair and one from West Orange, and both recent award winners! The Montclair Social Club is a cozy lounge with a classic vibe and some of the best food and drinks in Montclair. Isiah Thompson Trio. First up is Jazz House Kids alumnusand JuilliardSchool of Music graduate Isiah Thompson, who grew up in West Orangeand just received 2ndprizein 2018’s prestigious Thelonious Monk International Jazz Competition.Emmet Cohen. Then enjoy Emmet Cohen, agraduate of Montclair High Schooland the Manhattan School of Music who won the 2019 American Pianists Awardand is a recording artist with Mack Avenue Records. $25 advance/$30 door. 499 Bloomfield Avenue. * Piano courtesy of Steinway & Sons* Events continue through Aug. 10 […]
From Highlands NJ: 25th Annual Clam Festival Aug. 1 – 4 Free admission and parking, fresh seafood, land-lubber menu, live entertainment, contests, specialty vendors, crafters, games and thrill rides. More information
From MPAC: Music icon Herb Alpert and his wife, the Grammy award-winning vocalist Lani Hall, perform an eclectic mix of Brazilian jazz, classic Tijuana Brass & Brasil ’66 songs as well as many surprises. More information
From The Avenel Performing Arts Center: See the Mai Tai, Martini, Manhattan and more spring off the menu and onto the stage in this electrifying production from New York City. Cocktail Hour: The Show reinvents the glamour and excitement of classic entertainment with a 21st-century flair, capturing the timeless American spirit in a series of dazzling vignettes. This sparkling mix of original choreography, music and design is high-style fun for all ages to enjoy. More information
From Jenkinson’s: Join us on the beach for our weekly fireworks every Thursday starting at dark! (Weather permitting, may be cancelled with little or no notice). More information
From Fringe Festival: Jersey Fringe 2019 will take place in Downtown Hammonton, NJ on August 2, 3, and 4th, 2019. Jersey Fringe is a 3-day event featuring multiple theatrical productions at a variety of venues within walking distance of the central location and ticket hub, The Eagle Theatre. Multiple Producing Organizations will offer eclectic, unique selections for festivalgoers throughout the entire weekend. More information
From Downtown After Sundown: Jazz On Sloan Presents Swing Town Big Band in Downtown After Sundown. South Orange Village Center Alliance invites you to dine and dance under the stars as we present Downtown After Sundown in the Live Music Capital of North Jersey. Big Band will be in Spiotta Park. Join us under the Gazebo on Fridays for Jazz on Sloan and in Spiotta Park on Saturdays where every style of music from acoustic to zydeco, jazz to flamenco will be represented. Concerts kick off Memorial weekend through Labor Day, every Friday and Saturday evening from 7:00pm to 10pm. Downtown After Sundown is produced by the South Orange Village Center Alliance and graciously sponsored by the Township of South Orange. Special thanks to SOVCA volunteer Gregory Burrus for managing the series. More information
From Morris County Parks Commission: Join us on an overnight adventure under the stars. Start with fun on the beach, swimming, boating, and racing around the Wibit. Once the sun sets, enjoy storytelling around the campfire and delicious marshmallow treats- it is fun for all ages. A light breakfast is provided, too! 3 p.m. opens for swimming and boating. 7 p.m. campout begins. Click here to register. Date: Friday, August 2 Time: 7 p.m. – 9:30 a.m. Location: Sunrise Lake Beach Club in Lewis Morris County Park, 270 Mendham Road, Morris Township. Cost: $45 per family. Wibit and Boat use are an additional fee. More information
From the Maplewood Office of Cultural Affairs: Once again boasting a wide-ranging mix of musical styles, Maplewood’s Springfield Avenue Gazebo Concert Series returns this summer beginning on July 19 and running through August 16. All concerts are on Friday nights starting at 7:00 pm. and are free and open to the public. For a second year in a row, the Maplewood Office of Cultural Affairs has partnered with HONK NYC to engage artists who cross genres and defy expectations. “HONK provides us with access to offbeat and lesser known performers that would otherwise not be on our radar,” said Maplewood Office of Cultural Affairs Manager Andrew Fishman. “Their eclectic sensibilities are also a good match for Maplewood and we are lucky to have them on board”. Series kicks off on Friday, July 19 with local drummer Greg Bufford leading his band for a jazzy celebration of the music of Stevie Wonder. They’ll be followed on July 26 by the XOL AZUL BAND whose Latin infused rock recalls the sound of the legendary band Santana. Jamaica by way of the Bronx arrives on August 2, when Nando Griffiths and the Kingston 8 bring their unique mix of Afro beat, Reggae, Soul […]
From Springfield Avenue Maplewood: AUGUST 2 – NANDO GRIFFITHS & THE KINGSTON 8 Fast rising Jamaican singer Nando Griffiths blends Reggae, Soul and R&B with a mash up of dancehall and Afro beat to create a style of music all his own More information
From Chatham Players: Presented One-Act Plays are: Meet Millie by Amanda Sage Comerford, Directed by Karen Thornton. Millie, eager yet unsure in her new job as a real estate agent, prepares for her first open house. However, when her parents show up to cheer her on, Millie’s day take a hilarious turn. A Visit in the Afternoon by Fred Dennehy, Directed by John A.C. Kennedy. A dying man insists on one last visit with his granddaughter, to share a story, a secret, and an unexpected responsibility. Infinite by Jackie Jacobi, Directed by Julie Anne Nolan. The story of a couple in their late 30s who are staring, side-by-side, into the infinite possibilities life provides in those moments between knowing and not knowing. Rearranging the Ham by Eleanor Kennedy, Directed by Arnold Buchaine. A 60 something husband and wife coping with one of life’s most difficult situations. On Pause by Lauri MacMillan, Directed by Roseann Ruggiero. While a mother and son play a video game, it turns out it is more than winning at the game that is at stake. A bonding occurs as each reveals their strengths and weaknesses and not just in the game… Chair Dancing by Steve Ruskin, Directed […]
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