Clicks & Bricks Releases Winter Schedule -- Check it out here!

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4:00-5:30 (90 min) Carnival (should have some experience in robotics or have taken Amazing Animals Ages 7-10

7:00 - 8:30(90 min) We Do Workshop Builders at different levels will learn about strong builds, sensors, gears, and programming.
Ages 7 - 14

5:00 - 6:30 (90 min)Powerful Machines. This class is for the child who just Loves to build. This class takes the next step in building and teaches how to build complicated, strong machines that actually perform a real life job. Builders will be encourage to modify, improve and invent new machines. Ages 8-14

3:00 - 4:00 (60 mins) Advanced Early Builders: This class is for the young builder who has taken our Basic Builders class or has some knowledge of following directions and and building a strong build. Ages 4 -6

4:30 - 6:00( 90 min) Amazing Animals This class teaches the basics of building, programing, working with sensors and gears and being able to present their project to the class. 6-11

5:00 - 7:00 (2 hr.) Advanced Robotics: Using Lego Mindstorm materials, the advanced builder will build robotic animals, people and machines. Projects may take one/ two or three weeks to complete. This class is for the serious, mature builder who has had a lot of experience with Legos and robotics. Ages: 9 - 14

4:00- 5:00 (60 mins) Early Beginner Builders: Each week using duplo bricks, young builders will create a boat, hockey player, spinning top and three other projects. During the process they will learn about how gears make things move and how to make a strong build. Ages 4-5

5:00 - 6:30 (90 min) We DO Challenge: Each week builders will be given a project to build with minimal direction and certain criteria. This class is for builders who have taken Amazing animals AND Carnival. Students will be planning, designing and building a new build each week. Ages 9 -14

10:30 - 12:00 (90 min) Amazing Animals: This class teaches the basics of building, programing, working with sensors and gears and being able to present their project to the class. Ages 6-11

10:00 - 12:00 ( 60 mins.) Advanced Robotics: Using Lego Mindstorms materials, the advanced builder will build robotic animals, people and machines. Projects may take one, two or three weeks to complete. This class is for the serious, mature builder who has had a lot of experience with Legos and robotics. Ages: 9 - 14

Classes that are 60 mins cost $100, 90 mins cost $160, and 2 hour classes are $200 for 6 weeks.

TAB Presents A Blind Date with a Book at the LIbrary This February

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School Board Decision Made by County

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school.gifThe County Superintendent decided who would lead the Metuchen school board and gave the town a little warning about organization and management, which seems to have gone awry.
Check out the details here.

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Freckleface Strawberry at the Forum - TIX ON SALE NOW

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at the Forum Theatre in February!





Shannen Doyle of Kendall Park, NJ



‚ÄčL to R: Elana Iskowitz, Evan Krug, Shannen Doyle,

DeVaughn Johnson and Shannon Garahan


COME MEET the talented cast of


after the show in the lobby!


Take a selfie or get your program autographed!!


Freckleface Strawberry will do ANYTHING to get rid of her freckles!....

From scrubbing them with soap, to caking on makeup,

and even wearing a ski mask to school!  

Will her schoolmates realize it's her under the mask?  Will Freckleface be brave enough to finaly face her complexion in the mirror?  With the help of her loveable schoolmakes including an amazingly talented ballerina, a cutie jock,

a charming ditz, and a totally kooky teacher,

Freckleface learns that everyone is different -

and that's what makes



Sat., February 7

Sun., February 8

Sat., February 14

Sun., February 15

All shows 1:00 pm


All tickets - $15.00

Groups of >20 - $12.00




The website has been fixed, so you can

complete your order online 


or call us at:





Forum Theatre Arts Center

314 Main Street

Metuchen, NJ 08840





COME JOIN US in February and meet


after the show!!





Senior Announcements HERE

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February 2015 Seniors Newsletter


February 2015 Seniors Calendar


AARP Income Tax Preparation Tues & Thurs only beginning Feb. 3


Parkinson's Support Group, Wednesday, February 11

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Neve Shalom Presents Nursery School Program February 1st

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Come join us for "Tu B'Shvat & Me!" on Sunday, February 1st from 2:30 - 4:00 pm at Neve Shalom Nursery School, 250 Grove Avenue in Metuchen.  Come celebrate the Birthday of the Trees!  An exciting hands-on program for children ages 2 - 6 years old and their families exploring the meaning of Tu B'Shvat!  There will be storytelling, planting, creating artwork, a cooking activity, and lots of singing and dancing... it's absolutely free and we look forward to seeing you there!

Please RSVP by Friday, January 30th to Martha Mack or (732) 548-2238 ext 17.

Congregation Neve Shalom Presents Lecture and Movies in February

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Congregation Neve Shalom, 250 Grove Avenue, Metuchen, NJ is featuring Danny Siegel:  Mitzvah Man on Tuesday, February 3 at 7 p.m.  This is a Barry Miller Fund Lecture and is open for teens and parents.  This event is co-sponsored with grants from Jewish Federaton of Greater Middlesex County.


Congregaton Neve Shalom, 250 Grove Avenue, Metuchen, NJ presents Hava Nagila (The Movie) on Wednesday, February 4 at 7 p.m.  This is a documentary romp through history, mystery and meaning of the great Jewish standard.  There are interviews with Harry Belefonte, Leonard Nimoy and performances by Connie Francis, Glen Campbell and many others.  Filled with fun and entertainment, it also taps into the power of music and the spirit of a people.  75 minutes, in English.


This program is free if you register for the Winter Semester.  Any individual film is $5 or $15 for the series.  For more information please contact Hazzan Levin at 732-548-2238, Ext. 14 or



Edgar School Skating Event President's Day

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9A.M.-11 A.M. 




TICKETS $10 per Person

or $30 per Family



For questions contact Joanne Leaf

Chamber of Commerce Golf Event Announced

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Save the Date!

The 23rd Annual MACC Golf Outing
Monday May 4, 2015
Metuchen Golf & Country Club

More information coming to soon!

February 7 OFS Hosts Songwriter Series

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On Saturday, February 7, winter will get a bit warmer -- as a quartet of top local and regional singer-songwriters present an intimate, candlelit evening of music at the popular Schoolhouse Songwriter Series held at the historic Old Franklin Schoolhouse. The evening, which includes coffeehouse-style cafe tables and refreshments, will be the third installment of the quarterly music event, which is sponsored by the Metuchen Arts Council and hosted by Metuchen-based singer-songwriter Sharon Goldman. Doors open at 7:30 pm and music starts at 8 pm.
The cost is $10 per person ($5 for kids under 12). BYOB is encouraged!For this winter show, Goldman has invited three talented performers, including two local Metuchen favorites to share their original music in round-robin style (made famous by Nashville's Bluebird Cafe, in which each artist sings a song and then passes on the next performer round-robin style). They are:
: Brooklyn-based Mark Allen Berube is far more entertaining than any single human being with an acoustic guitar is allowed to be under current law. His punchy, well-crafted songs and rapid-fire delivery allow audiences little time to indulge in the laughter he frequently provokes without feeling like they've missed something. His brand-new album is called "Sticky."
: Metuchen's own Bruce Donnola has recorded five albums and composed an abstract instrumental score for the 2011 theatrical production, Nosferatu: the Vampyre. In addition to his own recordings, his songs have been recorded by numerous artists including frequent collaborator Jono Manson, John Popper, Shawn Colvin, David Hamburger, the Barnetti Bros Band and many others.
: A native Metuchen-ite who currently lives near Asbury Park, Renee Maskin's unique, somewhat-raspy voice serves as a compliment to the whiskey soaked world of alternative folk where her songs reside. In addition to her solo performances, Maskin has played and toured with bands of a variety of genres for over ten years.
offers sophisticated songwriting for grown-ups -- the born-and-bred New Yorker (now based in Metuchen, NJ) has been called a "brilliant tunesmith" (New York Music Daily) whose vivid imagery and intelligent, inventive storytelling -- combined with clever, catchy melodies and pure, precise vocals -- take folk-pop to new, more powerful places.
Door open at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, February 7th.  The Old Franklin School is located next to the Metuchen Fire Department at 491 Middlesex Avenue in Metuchen.  Parking is available on Middlesex Avenue and in the Borough Hall parking lot across the street.  For more information about the Schoolhouse Song Writers Series performance on October 18th contact Nancy Goldberg at (732) 632-8502 or at 

Metuchen Film Students Gain Entry to Garden State Film Fest

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GSFF15.jpgAn original short dramatic film by Metuchen film students who attend the Write Stuff Writers Workshop has been selected for the Garden State Film Festival, to run in Atlantic City March 19-22, 2015. The entry is titled LUCY.

Metuchen High School freshman Molly Babos wrote the script for LUCY and stars with Metuchen High School sophomore Sandy Fairclough. The short film was directed by Metuchen High freshman Ada Nelson and edited by Edgar School 8th Grader Julia Memory. Additional members of the Write Stuff Writers Workshop and local teen actors also played supporting roles in the film, notably Geneva Lawson, an Edgar 8th grader. Sebastian Zuniga, who was Aladdin in Edgar's production of the musical ALADDIN JR. last spring rounded out the main cast. The script was workshopped in the Thursday class of the WSWW throughout the year. The film was shot in Metuchen locations.

The Write Stuff Writers Workshop is headed by local writer/filmmaker Jana Sicliano who runs workshops and private classes in academic writing, creative writing and filmmaking in Metuchen. For more information on tutoring, classes or other questions, please contact the program at Check out the trailer here for their showcase from last year's Junebug Arts Festival: 

If you would like more information about the film festival or would like to buy tickets to any of their premiere events, please use this link.

Nails in the Wall Gallery Show Opening TODAY January 24 2-5PM

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Nails in the Wall, the Metuchen art gallery sponsored by St. Luke's Episcopal Church (17 Oak Ave. in Metuchen), will begin its 2015 Season Saturday, January 24, 2-5pm, with REVELATION / REVOLUTION.  This exhibit will include work from nearly twenty artists both from around the U.S. as well as outside the country, with art that focuses on the power of God's Word.  

The exhibit, which includes painting, photography, mixed-media and free standing sculpture, runs from January 24 through May 31, 2015 

Revelation / Revolution brings together art work reflective of the three great Faiths, those referred to as the "People of the Book", Christians, Jews and Muslims, and the way each of their respective Scriptures (Revelation) call them to an interior change, a change of heart; that is, an interior "Revolution." 

Additionally, Revelation/Revolution also includes the work of:  South Orange collage artist Luis Alves; mixed-media artist Lauren Curtis, Somerset, NJ; Andrea D'Allesandro, photographer, Elizabeth, NJ; Sally Dill, mixed-media artist, NY,NY; Robert Eustace, mixed-media artist, Meadville, PA; Geraldine Fiskus, painter, Santa Fe, NM; Dwight Harris, photographer, Lambertville, NJ; Jennifer Moses, Montclair, NJ mixed-media artist; Nancy Ori, photographer, Berkeley Heights, NJ; painter Edward Ruggieri and sculptor Lisa Westheimer, both of West Orange, NJ; NJ Sculptor Susanne Davis; Michael Sweeney, sculptor, Middletown, CT; and David Teich, mixed-media, Roosevelt, NJ. 

For additional information about the gallery itself, view previous exhibits and see what's happening later in the year, visit

The Gallery is open every day:  M-F 9am-2pm, Sat. 4-6pm, Sun.11am-1pm.  For additional information, contact Gallery Director Linda LaStella 732.322.6512 / 

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