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Wednesday, July 20, 2016

July Fun Continues at the Bridgewater Library

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Sign up for SUMMER READING CLUBS. You can sign up at the library or online anytime. Adults and Preschoolers keep track of books read (if you want your PreK/K child to do this as well, just mark their age “4 1/2” so they are in that club), school-aged children & teens keep track of minutes read.  All can win prizes so log on or come by and check us out!


Somerset County is Collecting Donations of School Supplies through August 1st.

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The Somerset County Commission on the Status of Women is seeking donations for its annual “Project First Class” school supplies collection, with items to be given to children of families served by the Food Bank Network of Somerset County.

The children are most in need of backpacks, as well as new notebooks, three-ring binders, paper, highlighters, markers, pens, pencils and crayons.

Donations can be brought to the Somerset County Freeholders’ Office on the third floor of the county administration building on Grove Street in Somerville,  through Aug. 1. The office is open weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Free parking is available in the adjacent Bernie Field Parking Deck off East High Street.
Donations may also be dropped off Wednesday July 27 from 4:30 to 6 p.m. at the Somerset County Clerk’s Office, located on the first floor of the administration building.

“For many families that are struggling to make ends meet, school supplies are out of reach,” said Freeholder Patricia Walsh. “We hope that individuals, organizations and businesses once again will support Project First Class and help these children get a good start in school this fall.”  For more information, contact commission chair Jane O’Donnell at 908-234-9302Sign Up for E-News


Looking for things to do around our community this summer?
Check out the “events” listings in the
“Useful Links for Families” at the right side of  our blog: bwlibys.blogspot.com/

July Fun Continues at the Bridgewater Library: Images are hyperlinked – click on an image to register for a program.

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In the Community:
FREE THEATER BY TRILOGY REP IN BASKING RIDGE PARK THIS SUMMER

You may not be able to get tickets to HAMILTON, but you can see Lin-Manuel Miranda’s first musical this July for FREE:

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DESPICABLE ME 2
TUE, JULY 26, 2016 AT 10:30AM & 7PM

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BABE
TUE, AUGUST 2, 2016 AT 10:30AM & 7PM

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MONSTERS UNIVERSITY
TUE, AUGUST 9, 2016 AT 10:30AM & 7PM

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ALADDIN
TUE, AUGUST 16, 2016 AT 10:30AM & 7PM

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Groups of 20+, those planning a bus trip, or patrons requiring accessible seating please call 732-246-7469 or click here. If this information isn't provided, we cannot guarantee available accessible seating or that we will be able to seat large groups together.

Summer Movies Media Sponsor:
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Starlit Cinema in Somerville this Summer

When it comes to enjoying a night at the movies, trust us, you don’t have to settle for confines of four walls, sticky floors and paying way too much money for a small popcorn! This Downtown Somerville Alliance’s outdoor event transforms Division Street Plaza into “the living room of Central Jersey” with a series of movies under the stars. For six Thursdays this summer, the movie series is expected to attract over 3,000 attendees to Downtown Somerville offering everything from classics to comedies to family friendly movies. Films are shown on a giant outdoor screen with a state-of-the-art sound system so the movie is bright and clear and there is not a bad seat to be found! Downtowners are invited to enjoy dinner before the show or bring a blanket, lawn chair and your own picnic baskets or take out!

Date(s): Thursdays, July 14th through August 18th
Time(s): 8:30 pm
Location(s): Division Street Plaza


Mayo Art Morristown also has a FREE family-friendly summer movie series! Seating is general admission, and advance seats may be reserved now at MayoArts.org



SCPC2013 Summer Concert Series
It would not be summer without music in the park! Bring lawn chairs and picnic baskets and enjoy a variety of musical performances in Duke Island Park in Bridgewater. For further information on the concerts, please call 908 722-1200. Individuals with hearing/speech impairments may call the Relay Service at 711. Over the weekends, in case of threat of inclement weather please call 908 722-1200 ext. 7. We also post weather updates on Twitter and Facebook. This concert series is made possible by the generous donation of the Somerset County Park Foundation, with contributing funding from Magic 98.3 WMGQ, Hyatt House Branchburg, The Courier News, and Horizon Services.

JOSEPH LEO BWARIE & HIS ORCHESTRA

JULY 24  JOSEPH LEO BWARIE & HIS ORCHESTRA
7pm - 8:30pm

Joseph Leo Bwarie is an actor, writer, director, and recording artist. For the past several years, he starred as Frankie Valli in the Broadway production of the Tony Award® winning musical Jersey Boys, and was heralded by critics for his soaring vocals as the falsetto-voiced pop icon. He has performed the role longer than any other actor, with more than 2,000 performances.

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JULY 31 -- 20TH ANNUAL BAYOU FEST AT DUKE ISLAND PARK FEATURING  ZYDECO-A-GO-GO
5:30pm- 6:30pm

Dance band Zydeco-A-Go-Go loves what they do, bringing partygoers and revelers the music that they can't resist…zydeco with a blend of Cajun two-steps, New Orleans rhythm & blues, and swinging Louisiana rock & roll.

CJ CHENIER & THE RED HOT LOUISIANA BAND
7pm - 8:30pm

Son of the legendary zydeco pioneer Clifton Chenier, C.J.'s music not only embraces traditional zydeco, but stretches the genre to include elements of funk, Southern Soul, R&B, rock, and jazz. Labeled "the best living zydeco singer and accordionist" by Living Blues magazine, when "The Crown Prince of Zydeco" straps on his accordion and applies the big squeeze you'll be moved from deep within your soul to the soles of your dancing shoes.

More info & future concerts here: www.somersetcountyparks.org/eventsPrograms/concert/Concert.html


TOM STOPPARD’S “ROSENCRANTZ AND GUILDENSTERN ARE DEAD” OPENS THIS WEEK AT PRINCETON SUMMER THEATER

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ROSENCRANTZ AND GUILDENSTERN ARE DEAD
by Tom Stoppard

WHEN: July 14-17, 21-24, and 28-31, with shows at 8pm Thursday through Saturday, and 2pm on Saturdays and Sundays.
WHERE:
Hamilton Murray Theater located on Princeton University’s campus.
TICKETS: $29.50 for general admission, $24.50 for students and matinees. To order tickets, visit http://www.princetonsummertheater.org/tickets or call the PST box office at 1-732-997-0205.

Princeton Summer Theater’s third show opens this Thursday, July 14th with Tom Stoppard’s tragicomedy, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead.

Directed by Emma Watt (Princeton University Class of 2013), Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead is a wonderfully inventive behind-the-scenes look into Shakespeare’s Hamlet. Told through the worm’s-eye view of the once minor characters Rosencrantz and Guildenstern, Stoppard’s play takes us to a place where reality and illusion intermix. Join the protagonists on an absurdist tale of musings and misadventures as they discover their inevitable fate.

Talkbacks will occur on Friday, July 22 with the director, cast, and Robert Sandberg, Professor of Theater and English at Princeton University, and on Friday July 30, with the cast and Princeton Summer Theater Artistic Director Ogemdi Ude.  All photos taken by Ogemdi Ude.


The Somerset Patriots, along with their partners Van Heusen, Bridgewater Township Police Department and Bridgewater Township Mayor Dan Hayes, will host Bridgewater National Night Out at TD Bank Ballpark on Tuesday, August 2nd.

The event begins at 5:00 pm and will run through that night’s 7:05 pm game between the Somerset Patriots and the Long Island Ducks. The first 1,500 fans will receive a Mini-Bat presented by event sponsor, Van Heusen.

National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, better places to live.

There will be activities outside the ballpark before the start of the game including live music, inflatables, games, and much more.
“National Night out will provide our residents with a great opportunity to build and enhance our community partnership and assist in reducing crime in our community,” said Bridgewater Township Police Chief Manuel Caravela. “The Bridgewater Police Department’s foremost goal is to continue to make Bridgewater Township one of the safest communities in the State.”


The pre-game ceremonies beginning around 6:30 pm, will include a special welcome from Mayor Hayes, the Bridgewater Police Department Honor Guard, a NJSP North Star helicopter fly over, and a performance by Evolution Training Center.  The Bridgewater PBA will have their Community Trailer on site as well as Bridgewater Fire Safety Smoke Trailer.
For more information about Bridgewater National Night Out with the Somerset Patriots, please call (908) 252-0700 or visit www.somersetpatriots.com



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Exhibition News: Written in the Rocks: Fossil Tales of New Jersey  Opening July 2

Natural History Hall, 2nd floor

It's the return of dinosaurs to the Natural History Hall! The New Jersey State Museum is pleased to present "Written in the Rocks: Fossil Tales of New Jersey." The exhibition follows a timeline dating back approximately three billion years to look at the development of the planet's atmosphere and living organisms; fossils and animal life of successive time periods are examined, up to the Ice Age. 

A highlight is New Jersey's own Dryptosaurus, the world's first known carnivorous dinosaur, reconstructed and displayed for the first time ever!  

"Written in the Rocks: Fossil Tales of New Jersey" is made possible in part by a generous gift from New Jersey Manufacturers Insurance Group. 

Summer Workshop: Maker Space Program  Wednesdays, Through August 17, 10 am to 3 pm

Imagination Studio, Lower Level

Unleash your creativity and make something! Stop in every Wednesday through August 17 for our Maker Space program. It's free and open to all ages. Each week there'll be a craft activity; past projects included making a marble maze, creating a wind waver, bottle koozies and more.  



Fairs and Festivals in NJ

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Keep the Kids Active With Pokemon Go

Go for a Fair Walk in NJ

This hot new sensation is more than just a video game, its a fun interactive app that will have you and the whole family up and walking around all summer! 

HOW TO GET STARTED

How to Avoid Poison Ivy

How to Avoid Poison Ivy

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Where to Pick Your Own Fruits

Awesome Activities to Keep Your Tweens and Teens Busy This Summer

Are they already complaining they are bored? Keep them amused with fun stuff they'll actually like. 

SEE EVENTS NOW


Let Your Fingers Do More Walking…

Postpartum Anxiety Might Be Even More Common Than PPD --And not enough women know about it.

Catherine Pearson The Huffington Post

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In a new study, postpartum anxiety was more common than PPD.

Jill Krause called her doctor, certain that she had cancer. It was about five months after she gave birth to her second baby five years ago, and Krause, a well-known blogger, noticed “a weird ridge“ on her thigh she convinced herself was a tumor, rubbing it over and over until she bruised. A few days later — before her doctor could get her in for an appointment — she had what she believed was a stroke. Her body went numb, she felt dizzy and her heart raced. Perhaps the cancer had spread, she worried, and her body was shutting down.

Her doctor had a different diagnosis. The “tumor” on her leg was a bit of cellulite, and the “stroke” was a panic attack. Krause, 35, had developed a postpartum anxiety disorder, and it was pulling her under. Read MORE



Bamboozled: Boost your college grad's scam IQ

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Crooks like to go after inexperienced college grads with all kinds of scams. (ThinkStock.com/Robert Churchill)  By Karin Price Mueller | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com

As young adults transition from college life to real life, they're going to have a lot of firsts.

A first job. A first apartment. A first credit card.  

Let's make sure they don't also get their first scam.

Fraudsters use their creativity to target certain populations, and new college grads are no different. In many ways, they're ripe for the taking. Money is tight for most new grads as they look for work and a new place to live.   

Share these important tips to boost your college grad's scam IQ.


A Fun Way to Let Your Kids’ Fingers Do Some Creative Walking…

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Help  imagine the future of transportation, fashion, music, & more: scratch.mit.edu/studios/2942284

Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Celebrate the 4th of July with lots of area happenings, then come to the library on July 5th for a painted fireworks program….plus many more Summer Reading events.

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Please Note:  this blog includes all of July events because there will be no blogs published for the next two weeks. 

All SCLS libraries will be closed July 4th for the holiday.

NEW – Images are hyperlinked – click on an image to register for a program.

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Around the Community:

TONY AWARD-WINNING MUSICAL TO GRACE STAGE @ CHESTER THEATRE GROUP JULY 1-17

5-Time Tony Award-Winning Play by Rick Elice
Based on the Novel by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson
Music by Wayne Barker
Directed by Alan VanAntwerp
Music Direction by Jack Bender
Choreography by Megan Ferentinos

The show is suitable for younger audiences but most enjoyable for ages 10 and up

WHEN: July 1 – 17; Fridays and Saturdays 8 PM; Sundays July 3, 10, 17 at 2:00 PM
WHERE:
54 Grove Street, at the corner of Maple Ave., in Chester, NJ
TICKETS: $25.00; Senior citizens 65+ and students under 18: $23.00
CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS
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PETER AND THE STARCATCHER is the most hilarious-filled evening of madcap fun! In this 5-time Tony Award-winning play, a dozen brilliant actors play more than 100 unforgettable characters using their enormous talent, ingenious stagecraft and the limitless possibilities of imagination. This swashbuckling grownup prequel to Peter Pan will have you hooked from the moment you let your imagination take flight.

Fireworks, Historical Celebrations & July 4th Fun!

Somerset County announces July 4th fireworks schedule

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Somerset County's most spectacular Fireworks Display is scheduled for Monday, July 4, at North Branch Park in Bridgewater. (courtesy photo) (Loren Fisher/www.ElfMultimedia.c)

Somerset County Park Commission invites all to attend the annual July 4th Fireworks Display to be held on July 4 at 9:30 p.m.at North Branch Park on Milltown Road in Bridgewater.

This year the event is sponsored by the Somerset County Board of Chosen Freeholders which provided the funds for the magnificent pyrotechnic display.
Because of budget constraints, this event is a fireworks display only. Food will be available for purchase, and park visitors should bring lawn chairs or blankets while they enjoy time in the park before the Independence Day fireworks begin. Picnic baskets are also allowed, but alcohol is prohibited.
North Branch Park gates will open at 6 p.m. to allow vehicles to enter the park, and the fireworks display will be held at 9:30 p.m. Visitors should plan to arrive early. Milltown Road will be closed at approximately 9 p.m. Heavy car and foot traffic is expected. Also, as always, Milltown Road remains closed at the conclusion of the fireworks for up to one hour while local neighborhood pedestrians walk from the park. Bridgewater Police will be on hand to assist park staff with traffic flow.
For information on this and all Park Commission programs and activities log onto www.somersetcountyparks.org.

SOMERSET COUNTY 

  • Bridgewater's North Branch Park hosts its Independence Day Family Festival at 6 p.m. on July 4. Fireworks start at 9:30 p.m. There will be food and a Revolutionary War encampment; somersetcountyparks.org
  • The Somerset County Patriots will have fireworks at games at TD Bank Ballpark in Bridgewater on July 2, 3, 7 and 9; somersetpatriots.com
  • Franklin Township's Independence Day Celebration at the municipal complex begins at 6 p.m. July 1. Fireworks are at 9:15 p.m.; franklintwpnj.org
  • Hillsborough's Independence Day Celebration starts at 5 p.m. June 25 at Auten Road Intermediate School, with food, music and games. Fireworks go off at 9 p.m.; hillsborough-nj.org
  • Montgomery Township's Fireworks Spectacular is 9 p.m. June 30 at Montgomery High School in Skillman; montgomeryfireworks.org
  • North Plainfield's Fourth of July programming includes a parade at 10 a.m. on July 4 that begins at Wilson Avenue and a concert with fireworks at West End School Field at 7 p.m. on July 9, rain date July 16; northplainfield.org

New Brunswick Independence Day Celebration

Best of NJ Fireworks Photos: © BestofNJ.comSunday, July 3, 2016: 5:00 PM 10:00 PM
Watch a Historical re-enactment of Washington’s famous salute to the American Army with muskets and cannons! Live Music Begins at 6:30 P.M.  Fireworks at 9:10 P.M.

Want more?   THE BEST CENTRAL JERSEY FIREWORKS or STATEWIDE CELEBRATIONS

Best of Somerset County:

1. Independence Day Family Festival,  North Branch Park
2. Independence Day Celebration, Jacobus Vanderveer House
3. Declaration of Independence Reading, Camp Middlebrook
4. Old Fashioned Family Picnic, The Van Horne House
5. Independence Day Celebration & Fireworks Spectacular, Montgomery High School
6. Somerset Patriots Star Spangled Weekend, TD Bank Ballpark
7. 63rd Army Band Concert, Fellowship Deaconry
8. Community Garden Snoop Tour, Duke Farms
9. Villagers Senior Performing Arts Festival, Villagers Theatre
10. Growler Fill Time, Flounder Brewing Co.

Check out our full calendar of events!

Starlit Cinema in Somerville this Summer

When it comes to enjoying a night at the movies, trust us, you don’t have to settle for confines of four walls, sticky floors and paying way too much money for a small popcorn! This Downtown Somerville Alliance’s outdoor event transforms Division Street Plaza into “the living room of Central Jersey” with a series of movies under the stars. For six Thursdays this summer, the movie series is expected to attract over 3,000 attendees to Downtown Somerville offering everything from classics to comedies to family friendly movies. Films are shown on a giant outdoor screen with a state-of-the-art sound system so the movie is bright and clear and there is not a bad seat to be found! Downtowners are invited to enjoy dinner before the show or bring a blanket, lawn chair and your own picnic baskets or take out!

Date(s): Thursdays, July 14th through August 18th
Time(s): 8:30 pm
Location(s): Division Street Plaza


ENJOY JULY 4TH AS THE FOUNDING FATHERS WOULD HAVE WANTED IT!

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WHEN: July 2 to July 4
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ADMISSION: FREE

This year, in addition to celebrating the country’s independence, the event will also salute the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service and the 200th anniversary of the Trustees of the Morristown Green. The schedule of events spans a period during which Morristown National Historical Park will be free and open to the public in honor of their Centennial and the July 4th holiday.

On Saturday, July 2nd, the Hanover Township Landmark Commission kicks off the weekend with a free tour of its 1718 Burying Yard located off of Route 10 East in Whippany. This one-hour tour will highlight people who first settled Morris County and are buried in the cemetery. Morristown National Historical Park will be free and open to the public from 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Visitors will be able to view a special National Park centennial exhibit, as well as the museum and Ford Mansion at the Morristown unit of the park.

On Sunday, July 3rd, Morristown National Historical Park will host a Revolutionary War encampment at the Ford Mansion. Costumed reenactors will be on hand demonstrating a soldier’s life in the Continental Army. The park will be free and open from 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Between 1:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m.the park welcomes the United States Army Old Guard Fife and Drum Corps for a lawn concert. Bring blankets and chairs. Rain location will be on-site in the Washington’s Headquarters Museum auditorium.

The Morris County Park Commission, the Morris County Tourism Bureau and The Town of Morristown are pleased to present a fireworks display, also free to the public, on Sunday, July 3rd. Fireworks will begin at 9:15 p.m. at Central Park of Morris County, off West Hanover Avenue in Morris Plains-Parsippany. Parking is limited and early arrival and carpooling is recommended. Central Park of Morris County will be open for picnicking beginning at 7:30 p.m.

Monday, July 4th, events will begin at the Ford Mansion where the Continental Army reenactors will march to the Morristown Green at 11 a.m. The public is invited to fall in and march with them. At the Morristown Green there will be family activities beginning at noon. Eric Olsen and Tom Winslow of Morristown National Historical Park’s ranger corps will provide the colorful, annual Reading of the Declaration of Independence, a long-standing Morris County tradition, at 12:30 p.m. Following the reading there will be a musket salute and free guided tours of the Presbyterian Church of Morristown’s church and Colonial-era graveyard. This is a rain or shine event. In case of rain the event will be held indoors at the Presbyterian Church, 57 East Park Place, Morristown.

For more information, contact the Morris County Tourism Bureau at www.morristourism.org or call 973-631-5151.


Free Summer Movies

Mayo Art Morristown has a FREE family-friendly summer movie series! Seating is general admission, and advance seats may be reserved now at MayoArts.org



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Morris County Park Commission

June 29, 2016

This Week..

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Explore The Farm Wagon Rides

Board the open-air wagon for a leisurely ride around the historic farm, Fosterfields Living Historical Farm. Visit the farm animals, including the horses, pigs, sheep, chickens and of course, cows!  You can see the farmers working in the fields and taking care of the farm animals. Make a special Independence Day craft!  Click here for more information.

Sunrise Lake: Swimming & Boating Open to the Public

Enjoy swimming, beach volleyball, beachside activities, and sliding on the Zoom Floom, an inflatable slide. For an extra fee, explore the pristine and scenic Sunrise Lake on a paddle boat, or jump and climb across the Wibit, an inflatable water obstacle course! Click here for more information.

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4th of July Weekend: 
Boating at Silas Condict County Park

Take advantage of this holiday-only event to boat at Silas Condict County Park. On Saturday July 2 through Monday, July 4, you can paddle across the seven-acre lake from 11 am to 5:30 pm. Plan to bring a picnic, too. For more info, please email recreation@morrisparks.net orclick here.

Look What's Coming...

Sail, Sail Your Boat

At Cooper Gristmill in Chester Township, decorate boats and sail them in the tailrace on Saturday July 9, from 1 to 3 pm. A great event for children.

Click here for more information.

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Carriage House Craft: Weaving

The Factory Building at Historic Speedwell was once intended to house looms. Make a project on the mini loom to take home. While there, visit the museum and see where the telegraph was first publicity demonstrated.

Click here for more information.

Matilda’s Ice Cream Social

Ice cream, music, special games, and crafts take place on the Great Lawn of The Frelinghuysen Arboretum to celebrate the life of its former owner, Matilda Frelinghuysen. Enjoy all this summer-time fun with the background of a barbershop quartet, Gimme Four!

Click here for more information.

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Looking for some great places to go now that school is out?  Check out the ideas in our Useful Links for Families (on the right side of the page).  Here’s a summer favorite:

Our Visit To Ponderosa Spray Ground Union County Destinations Free Or Inexpensive Places For Family Fun In And Around New JerseyFREE OR INEXPENSIVE PLACES FOR FAMILY FUN IN AND AROUND NEW JERSEY has 50+ places to go in and near our state (with a great interactive map to find them!)

KIDS ARE FREE AT THE SHAKESPEARE THEATRE OF NEW JERSEY PERFORMANCE OF “THE COMPLETE WORKS OF WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE (abridged)(revised)” AT THE OUTDOOR STAGE



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