Union County Events

From Visual Arts Center of New Jersey and Summit House: Our Art to Table events are for anyone who loves inspiring art and delicious food! Join us on Wednesday, March 20, for a tour of our winter exhibitions followed by a special prix fixe 2-course menu at Summit House Restaurant + Bar, in Downtown Summit. Bring your friends and enjoy a day of fine art and fine food! More information

From Summit House: David Arthur Vineyards was one of the first “cult cabernets,” a famed group of growers that have thrived on Pritchard Hill in Napa Valley for several decades. Its Elevation 1147 Cabernet continues to be one of Napa’s most-coveted wines. We are thrilled to welcome vineyard owner David Long to Summit House for a dinner and discussion about his passion for and deep experience in California winemaking. The special evening includes a four-course prix fixe meal in our open kitchen dining room and premium wine pairings from David’s exceptional vineyard. The cost is $175 per person, excluding tax and gratuity, and seating is limited. More information

From Liberty House: Celebrate spring break at Liberty Hall! Join us for a fun filled day of activities, crafts, and games. Even the Liberty Hall mascot, Livingston Fox will stop by for all the fun! Our town crier will get the day started and make this day your favorite day of Spring Break! Program Time: 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Program Fee: $8.00 per person Reservations required as space is limited More information

From Mulberry House: Mulberry House Easter Buffet Menu Sunday, April 21st, 2019. Seatings available: 10am, 10:30am, 12pm, 12:30pm or 2pm Adults $40 per person, Children 12 & under $26 per person plus tax & gratuity. Call 908.233.3562 to reserve your table. More information

From The Grand Summit Hotel: The Grand Summit Hotel Easter Brunch April 21 11am & 2pm Seatings More information

From Luciano’s Ristorante: Easter Sunday Brunch served until 4 p.m. The Easter Bunny will be here for pictures. More information

From Wharton Institute for the Performing Arts: Wharton Institute for the Performing Arts (WIPA) announced today that it will host the 18th Annual Berkeley Heights Mother’s Day 5K Race on Sunday, May 12 at 9:00 a.m. at Memorial Field in Berkeley Heights. The course runs through neighborhoods on rolling hills and flats and is a chip-timed, USATF-sanctioned Grand Prix event (500 points) with digital clocks at each mile. Registration is available at www.whartonarts.org. On average, over 1,300 runners register for the race and this year will feature student performances by the New Jersey Youth Symphony and Paterson Music Project, both programs of the Wharton Institute for the Performing Arts, along the route. The event will raise funds for free after-school music programming and includes a free Tot Trot as well as additional activities for the family to enjoy together. More information

From New Jersey Festival Orchestra: MUSIC THAT MAKES HOLLYWOOD Saturday, June 1st, 2019 at 7pm First United Methodist Church, Westfield, NJ MOVIE: Charlie Chaplin’s The Immigrant presented with live symphonic score by Carl Davis SIBELIUS Violin concerto BERNSTEIN Symphonic Dances from West Side Story David Wroe Conductor Stefan Milenkovich Violin New Jersey Festival Orchestra View the classic Chaplin movie as never before with Carl Davis’ symphonic score performed LIVE by NJFO! The music illuminates the newcomer experience from moment to moment and mirrors Chaplin’s use of tearful and comic styles as live orchestra meets the clarity of restored cinematography. Then, multicultural groups battle it out in Bernstein’s modern day version of Romeo and Juliet. To complete the immigrant experience – and back by popular demand – we welcome Serbian superstar Stefan Milenkovich, now a beloved resident of Chicago, TICKETS $30 | $58 | $76 Under 18 $15 with purchase of adult ticket College students with ID $20