Neve Shalom's My Jewish Journey Registration NOW

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Lollipop Land Metuchen Celebrates First Anniversary with Art Contest

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Hub City Fencing Offers New Classes Starting 9/18

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Fencing is a great sport, for kids and adults alike ( Here's a message from Hub City Fencing. Click on their ad on this page to access their full schedule and sign-ups.

We hope you've had a great summer! We just wanted to let you know that
the next sessions of Intro to Fencing have been scheduled. The adult
course will start on Thursday, 9/18 at 7pm, and the youth course will
start on Saturday, 9/20 at 1pm. This 10 week course is $300, and that
cost includes brand new equipment for each student. You'll get your
own mask, glove, and jacket to keep.

We still have a great on-going beginner level class for kids on
Saturday mornings! New students can join any time. Fencing, Fitness, &
Fun is from 9am-11am every Saturday. The pricing structure is:
$45 per session for 2 hours of fencing, fitness, and fun!
$35 per session prepaying for one full month
$25 per session prepaying for 3 full months

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Order Online to Help Metuchen Schools During District PTO Fundraiser

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Longtime Resident and Civic Volunteer Stanley Lease Dies

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MM extends its sympathy to Mr. Stanley Lease's family and friends at this time. He gave so much to Metuchen and we all benefitted. Thank you, Mr. Lease.

Click this link for more on Mr. Lease's life in Metuchen.

Garbage and Recycling Schedule for October HERE

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Garbage and recycling october.jpgHere is the recycling and garbage pickup schedule for October!

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Metuchen Fire Dept Dedication for New Engine September 21st

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Library "Call for Artists" for The Gallery at the Library

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The Metuchen Public Library, 480 Middlesex Avenue, will soon open The Gallery at The Library in the upstairs Community Room.  The September exhibit will be The Oak Tree Artists led by Ray Skibinski, and in October, the winners of the Conserve Wildlife Foundation of New Jersey poster contest, "Species on the Edge," will be shown.

This is a "Call To Artists" for two upcoming shows.  An exhibit beginning in November is entitled Celebrate New Jersey, 350 Years.  Works for this exhibit should reflect a New Jersey-related theme, and must be submitted by Friday, September 12.   

The theme for the December/January show is Winter, and again, the work should express an idea or feeling about that season.  Deadline for submissions is October 16.  Established and emerging artists are invited to submit up to two works for either show by sending an e-file of each piece to metuchenlibrary @    Artists will be notified when the selection of work to be included in the exhibit is completed.   Additional information is available on the Metuchen Public Library website, , or by  or

Ecycle Residential Electronics in MIddlesex County

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Nails in the Wall Gallery Presents ARTIFACTS exhibit

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Past, present, and future collide at Nails in the Wall, the Gallery @ St. Luke's Episcopal Church, 17 Oak Ave., Metuchen. The church will begin its 150th anniversary celebration with ARTIFACTS, a collection of relics, history, and lore. See and hear how the history of town and church, people and building, intertwine with the growth of our nation. ARTIFACTS include hand-crafted needlework, antique handmade Sunday School materials, many photographs, maps and blueprints, books by authors who have passed our way, and much more.

Come to the opening celebration Saturday Sept. 20, 2-5pm for music and refreshments.  "If these walls could talk..." well, the walls, floors, furniture, handicrafts, and especially the windows HAVE talked to our own Ted Latham, church and town historian. His many years of rummaging, salvaging, sleuthing and saving are manifest today on the Gallery walls. Talk to Ted at the opening, and you will hear even more than those Gallery walls coul contain. Walk through the historic sanctuary with Ted's printed guide for an up-close view of century-old hand-crafted  stained glass windows. 

Want to know more? Ted Latham will offer three talks on Sunday mornings:

Sunday, Oct.12, 11:45am

Sunday, Nov.9, 11:45am

Sunday, Nov.16, 11:45am

ARTIFACTS closes on November 20. WHAT THEN? We begin our journey into the next 150 years!

Gallery hours: M-F 9am - 2pm; Sat. 4-6pm; Sun. 11am-2pm. For further information, please contact 

Guest Curator Deborah Kmetz:

Metuchen Football Readies For New Season

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Check out this article about Metuchen Football and see what's up for this new season!

Press Release For Dragonfly Arts Center Fall Class Schedule

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MHS PTO First Meeting September 8th at 7:30

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The Metuchen High School Parent-Teacher Organization invites you to join them this Monday, Sept. 8, at 7:30 p.m. in the high school library for "Ask the Principal," an overview by MHS's Bruce Peragallo of new staff, schedule and class changes, and expectations for the school year, followed by a question-and-answer session. It's the first of five bimonthly meetings of the MHS Parent-Teacher Organization and the best way to learn about what's going on at the high school. Each meeting includes a principal's report--an excellent way to stay abreast of developments at the school--as well as professional speakers on everything from college planning to the drug-and-alcohol scene in town. Join the PTO now--only $10 per year per family for all the PTOs--online at (the same log-in as for the municipal pool membership) or by downloading the membership form from the PTO link, the far right tab, on the high school website (

Sponsors Needed for Fire Department new ENGINE 1 - DONATE NOW!

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Build with Purpose has received a $121,850 Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFI) Technical Assistance (TA) award from the U.S. Department of the Treasury's CDFI Fund.  Build with Purpose is just one of 22 organizations to receive the TA award.  On Tuesday, the CDFI Fund announced a total of $158.2 million in Financial Assistance awards to 130 CDFIs and $2.6 million in TA awards to 22 certified and emerging CDFIs.

The TA award will provide funds for training and capacity building for Build with Purpose to achieve CDFI certification. "We are excited by this new opportunity and appreciative of the support.  This grant will provide Build with Purpose the resources to obtain CDFI certification which will enable us to better serve low-income communities in and around New Jersey," said Brian Keenan, Director and President of Build with Purpose.

The purpose of the CDFI Program is to use federal resources to invest in existing and emerging CDFIs and to build their capacity to serve low-income people and communities that lack access to affordable financial products and services. Since 1994, the CDFI Fund has awarded more than $1.3 billion in FA and TA awards through the CDFI Program.

Field Trips and Flea Markets at St. Luke's This September

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The Whole Parish is Invited to Join St Veronica's Photography Guild Field Trip!
Looking for something to do on Sunday of Labor Day Weekend? Come along with us to Duke Farms (used to be called Duke Gardens). Meet at St. Luke's at 11:15. Just come on in to our usual meeting room in Fryer Hall, and join us at coffee hour for a cup of coffee and a snack while we assemble. We will leave at 11:30. Duke Farms has a cafeteria, or brown bag it. 
Grab a little summer before it's gone! 

First Monthly Indoor Flea Market on Sunday, September 7 in Fryer Hall Auditorium!
9am-3pm.  St Luke's will have a table, along with many other vendors, so if you have treasures to donate, now's the time!  This will take the place of our fall rummage sale.   Coffee and goodies will be available for purchase. 

Metuchen Car Wash Offers Free Charging to Electric Car Owners

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Metuchen Car Wash owner Kerry Armus is sponsoring a charging station at his business and he is offering its use for FREE to his customers. The system is being installed now and will be up and running within the next few weeks. Armus hopes that those who drop off their cars for two or three hours to complete their charge will walk downtown and take advantage of all the wonderful business and entertainment and eating opportunities in the Main Street area.

Great idea, Kerry, and awesome way to give back to the community!

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