WHAT: First Night Morris 2017 marks the 25th Anniversary of First Night Morris County! About 200 performers from various disciplines – from dance to classic rock, from jazz guitar to stage magic, from world music to stand-up comedy – take part in about 80+ performances. Family-oriented activities from 4:45 to 9 p.m. WHEN: Saturday, Dec. 31, 4:45 p.m. to
For the past several years, my family and I have thoroughly enjoyed the productions of Spotlight Kids Company, a Madison-based performing arts company that puts on top-notch shows that are run by kids, performed by kids, and for kids. Their recent productions of The Wizard of Oz, Sound of Music, Jr. and Annie, Jr., will
I first discovered Glassworks, a make-your-own glass fusing studio in Morristown, NJ, about 10 years ago. I went with about 15 other women from my synagogue to create a handmade piece of art to be donated to a new Habitat for Humanity house. The founder and owner of Glassworks, Stacey Schlosser, walked us through the project, explaining
On a beautiful fall day–the only day on our entire calendar that was completely empty–my husband, two kids (ages 10 and 8), and I packed our lunches and bikes in our mini van, and headed 35 minutes south to Duke Farms in Hillsborough, NJ. Duke Farms was originally owned by James Buchanan Duke (tobacco and electric power
We are in the swing of things for fall now! Here are some fun seasonal, and not, events going on around our neck of the woods. FDU WAMFest (Words-Arts-Music Festival) ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT WAMFest, Words and Music Festival, is a series of unique performances, readings, interviews and collaborations, bringing together artists from various genres and
On a sweltering August afternoon, my son was invited to go with a friend to do something – ANYTHING – indoors to get away from the heat. They decided to go to the Morristown Game Vault, an arcade with over 85 classic video games and pinball machines that opened this past spring in Morristown, NJ.
Several weeks ago, when my family and I were on the campus of the College of St. Elizabeth for the district art show, we meandered through the campus to the beautiful outdoor amphitheater for The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey. The set, though only half-way built at that time, was eye-catching and whimsical, with stacks