September 2010 Archives

Metuchen Country Fair October 2nd - "Countries of the World'

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The Metuchen Area Chamber of Commerce will sponsor its 47th Annual Metuchen Country Fair, which is scheduled for October 2, from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm, with raindates of October 9, 16 & 23. Each year the committee chooses a new theme, with this year's theme being "Countries of the World". Read on for details.

Jackie Mason Hosts Screening of His New Film October 2 at 8PM

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The Forum Theatre, located at 314 Main St. in Metuchen wishes to announce tickets are now on sale for Jackie Mason's new film, One Angry Man; which will be shown on October 2nd at 8pm. This film is hosted by the angry man himself, Jackie Mason! Order online at Click on Coming Events. All seats $20.

Celebrate Hailey's First Anniversary on October 2nd

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There's an Irish proverb that says "Your feet will bring you where your heart is." We truly appreciate that you've brought your feet into Hailey's Harp & Pub over the past year (some of you many, many times - you know who you are!) and thank you every day for your patronage.

But hey, saying thanks just isn't enough when we can throw a big ol' party instead! We welcome you to join us for our First Anniversary celebration on Saturday, October 2 starting at 6. It promises to be a grand time full o' merriment, with lively traditional Irish music and dancers, lots o' giveaways, dudes in kilts and last but absolutely not least, your chance to try out Chef Johnny O's new and expanded menu. So bring your clan, your appetites and your blarney for a gathering you won't soon forget!

Martin & Sons Jewelers End of Summer Sale Starts Thursday

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End of Summer Sale at Martin & Son Jewelers, located at 418 Main Street, Metuchen, 732-494-2303. - Three Days Only!, Thursday, September 30, Friday, October 1 and Saturday, October 2. Open 10am to 8pm. Up to 60% Off! Silver Jewelry - 30% to 50% off, Watches - 40% to 60% off, Diamond & Gemstone Jewelry - 35% off, Gold Jewelry - 30% to 40% off. Shop daily for our unadvertised specials! 

Raymond John Cut-a-Thon to Support Lakeview School This Sunday

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RaymondJohnCutAThon.jpgRaymond John also wants to thank the Bulldog Deli for donating all the food and drinks for the event!! Read on for Raymond John's history of the event and the great program he has started for interns at Lakeview School.

TRAIN TO 2010 Playwright at Metuchen Public Library Tomorrow Night

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UMKC Train 13.jpgThe Friends of the Metuchen Public Library will host an unique discussion of the upcoming Crossroads Theater of New Brunswick's production of Train to 2010, by Sibusiso Mamba on Wednesday night, September 29th at 7:30 PM in the Community Room of the library. The playwright is expected to be there as well as Crossroads' Managing Director Marshall Jones.

TRAIN TO 2010 was commissioned by the University of Missouri, Kansas City, and is being produced in conjunction with the World Theatre Lab, the Market Theatre of Johannesburg and the Crossroads Theatre Company of New Brunswick.  The play begins previews at Crossroads Theatre in New Brunswick on October 13th.

Office of Emergency Management Announces Flood Warning For Thursday

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THe National Weather Service is predicting rainfall totals of 2 to 4 inches and maybe as many as 6 or 7 for the storm system coming through Thursday night. The Office of Emergency Management's director James Graziano warns Metuchen citizens to do the following:

Check gutters, downspouts, drains and sump pumps and make sure they are in good working order. Hardware stores may have limited pumps available when big storms hit the area.

Cover all basement window wells. If your basement takes on water, remove the carpeting and get your personal property off the floor and on to higher elevations.

Read on for the National Weather Service's official forecast and Flood Watch announcement.

Breast Cancer Dance-a-Thon October 10th to Support Local Activist

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From Andrea Orlando:

Join New Jerseyʼs premier Zumba and belly dance instructors on Sunday, October 10 in North Edison for a dance-athon for breast cancer. Zumba instructors Andrea Orlando and Liza Aninipot and belly dance sensation Warren Mayorga will lead participants through two exhilarating hours of hip-shaking, heart-pumping fun in the parking lot of Curves of North Edison from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. Registration will begin at 10 a.m. All proceeds from the event will go towards the Avon Walk for Breast Cancer, which raises money for education, outreach and diagnostic services.

Tune is planning the event in support of Curves member Mary Jo Barnello, who plans to trek more than 39 miles through New York City in the Avon Walk on October 16 and 17. This will be the Metuchen residentʼs 3rd year walking. Last year she raised more than $11,000, approximately $3,000 more than she had raised the year before.

A Message from the Public Library on Banned Books Week

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We are reaffirming our belief in two democratic principles that we cherish: Intellectual Freedom and Freedom from Censorship.

What Is Intellectual Freedom?

Intellectual freedom is the right of every individual to both seek and receive information from all points of view without restriction. It provides for free access to all expressions of ideas through which any and all sides of a question, cause or movement may be explored.

What Is Censorship?

Censorship is the suppression of ideas and information that certain persons--individuals, groups or government officials--find objectionable or dangerous. It is no more complicated than someone saying, "Don't let anyone read this book, or buy that magazine, or view that film, because I object to it! " Under the First Amendment to the United States Constitution, each of us has the right to read, view, listen to, and disseminate constitutionally protected ideas, even if a censor finds those ideas offensive.

For a list of the ALA's Banned Books, click this link.

Project Porchlight at Senior Center Saturday September 25`

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Project Porchlight is an energy efficiency program delivered by One Change, a not-for-profit community-based social marketing organization based in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Our volunteer Board of Directors is made up of people from all walks of life who share a commitment to making climate change action accessible to everyone.

One Change empowers people to believe that simple actions matter and to make smart choices that protect the environment. Through award-winning energy efficiency campaigns like Project Porchlight, we make energy conservation accessible, relevant, and personal by engaging citizens, community groups, and municipalities to promote simple yet effective changes that have a global impact. From making the switch to more efficient light bulbs, to using water-saving showerheads and keeping car tires properly inflated, small changes really can make a big difference. 
Climate change is a critical trans-national, non-partisan issue. And making it possible for people to change light bulbs is just the start of the process of broad public mobilization.

Dispose of Old Medications Safely This Saturday

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Check out this link for information on where to return your expired prescription medications for proper disposal.

The Rotunda Gallery Call for New Exhibits

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The Gallery @ The Rotunda invites visual artists to show their work in the upcoming season. Four quarterly exhibits will be hung on the rotunda walls of the Borough Hall. To have your work considered for one of the shows, please follow guidelines set out in the prospectus.  

Prospectus' are available in the Rotunda Gallery or can be downloaded from the Borough of Metuchen  Deadline for submissions is September 30. If there are any questions about the gallery, email Michael Bransfield, gallery director at -

The Girl Who Played With Fire at the Forum + Upcoming Events Info

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From the Forum Theater:
Starts this Saturday at Forum Theatre 314 Main St. Metuchen 
As computer hacker Lisbeth and journalist Mikael investigate a sex-trafficking ring, Lisbeth is accused of three murders, causing her to go on the run while Mikael works to clear her name. The second installment (The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo being the first) of the Swedish Millennium trilogy about heroine Lisbeth Salander from a novel by Stieg Larsson 

Saturday 8:00 Sunday 4:30 & 7pm, Monday morning 9:30 First Stroller Screening!
Running time is 2hr 9m Rated R $8 adults

Tickets now on sale for Jackie Masons New Film, ONE ANGRY MAN, October 2 at 8pm hosted by the angry man himself Jackie Mason! Order online at Click on Coming Events. All seats $20. 

We will soon start Friday Nights Out for parents who want to see a movie but have no sitter. We will have baby sitting services available at the theatre during the movie for a nominal fee.
There wasn't one person in Borough Hall during Monday's Borough Council meeting who didn't acknowledge at some point during the evening that community service, in whatever form it takes, is what makes Metuchen a great small town. With the added emotion from the surprise resignation by Councilman Richard Weber, this was a dramatic and tear-filled meeting, as various public personnel were commended for their selfless helping of others in times of need.

Mayor Vahalla presented proclamations to three police officers for their quick response to medical emergencies in the last month. Police Corporal Anthony Carroll, Sergeant Steve Menafro and Officer Joseph Keane were thanked for their response to serious 911 calls. The Police Chief James Keane also thanked his men publicly for their dedicated service and reminded the public about the 2-3 minute response that meets most emergency calls. A young man who was revived after a heart attack was in the audience and was moved beyond words by his good luck in being treated by these capable men.

The most intensely emotional discussion for the Council members was the resignation of Richard Weber, eight-year Councilman from Metuchen, who is giving up his post because of personal issues. Each of the other council members gave him their thanks--the Mayor announced that he would keep Weber on as a non-resident member of the Historical Society. Councilman Will Waldron called him a "great teacher and mentor." Councilwoman Sheri-Rose Rubin said that she wouldn't have won the election without Weber as her generous running mate, while Councilman Christopher Morrisson very poetically said that "he has acted like a gentleman . . . he has always had a way of being able to disagree without being disagreeable." Councilman Manley said he would be sorely missed, a sentiment agreed on by all on the Council. Weber's resignation will leave an additional spot open during this election season, but his vacated seat will be filled by appointment.

Metuchen Matters wishes to thank Councilman RIchard Weber for his help and friendship and for his dedicated service to our town and we wish him all the best in all his future endeavors.

Metuchen Celebrates Recovery September 28th

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Metuchen Celebrates Recovery - September 28, 2010 -- 7:00 P.M. - Metuchen Boro Hall

Alcohol and substance abuse disorders affect 1 in 10 Americans1. The effects of addiction are far reaching, the ripples spread through families, friends and the community at large. The Borough of Metuchen is holding its second annual "Celebrate Recovery Event" providing an opportunity for community members to learn about addictions and be introduced to recovery resources and information. The event, sponsored by the Metuchen Municipal Alliance, features a panel of speakers including representatives from the Recovering Community, Law Enforcement, a Treatment provider, family Support groups, and the School District. Included are speakers from all walks of life, spanning 5 decades, the youngest speaker age 13 and the oldest in his early 60's. An open question and answer period will follow the speakers.

The Metuchen Paraprofessional Association, teachers, staff and student body will be walking to aid in the fight to cure childhood cancer on October 27, 2010.  Beginning September 17th and running through October 15th, donations will be collected by the students.  All schools will participate in a 15 minute walk on October 27th.  Donations should be made payable to Metuchen Public Schools and checks should be sent to Edgar Middle School, 49 Brunswick Ave., Metuchen, NJ  08840, by October 22nd.  A presentation will be made to the American Cancer Society on Saturday, October 30th, at Edgar Middle School at 8:30 am.  All are invited to attend.  If you have any questions about this fundraising walk-a-thon, please contact Mary Jo Paulmenn at

Metuchen Cultural Arts Free Jazz Concert on September 25th

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The Metuchen Cultural Arts Commission is sponsoring a free jazz concert on September 25, 2010, at the Metuchen Open Air Theater  (the MOAT) at Borough Hall.

This double-bill show features:

 ·      Vida Allworthy with Steve Kaplan's Occasional Trio

·      Mary Foster Conklin with Art Lillard's On-Time Band

September 25, 2010

3:30 - 6:00 pm

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The Open Air Theater at Metuchen's Borough Hall

500 Main Street Metuchen NJ 08840


Bring your own lawn chair seating

Update on Route 27 Bridge Opening + Traffic Patterns Starting TONIGHT

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Date:   9/16/2010

Project:   Route 27 Section 6L Conrail Port Reading Branch Bridge

 Route/Direction/MP:   Route 27 / NB & SB / MP 22.89 to 23.07

 Municipality/County:  Metuchen Borough / Middlesex County

 Nature of Work:  Re-open Route 27 Bridge over the Conrail Port Reading Branch.

 Anticipated Traffic Impacts: 

The Route 27 Bridge will be re-opened to traffic on 9/17/2010 with one lane open in each direction and one sidewalk will be opened for pedestrian traffic.  The bridge will be opened in the late afternoon or evening.

 The bridge will be completely opened in the final/permanent configuration on or about 9/24/2010.

The final configuration will provide one lane in each direction, shoulders and sidewalks. 

Description of New Traffic Pattern:

The bridge will be opened with one in each direction and one sidewalk open for pedestrian traffic on 9/17/2010.

The final configuration will be implemented on or about 9/24/2010.

Proposed Start Date of New Traffic Pattern:

Friday September 17, 2010 - sometime in the afternoon or evening (one lane in each direction and one sidewalk)

On or about Friday, September 24, 2010 - (completely opened in the final configuration)

Campbell + Moss Schools Start Beautification Program -- Help Wanted!

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Check out this link for the new Campbell/Moss Schools beautification program, headed up by the Garden Club''s Jirapon Radars-Chambers and Development Commission's Joanne Sabatino-Falkenstein. Donations of help and flora are needed so check it out and lend your green thumb, if you've got one!

Route 27 Bridge Now Scheduled to Open September 17th

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The New Jersey Department of Transporation has stated that September 17th is the new tenative date for the opening of the Route 27 bridge. Let's hope third time's the charm!

Metuchen Police Department Awarded Grant for Bias Crime Prevention

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The Metuchen Police Department was one of the 21 municipal police departments to which grants of $5K were awarded by the Middelsex County Prosecutor's office in order to create programs that will be used to establish bias crime prevention programs. The monies come those seized from illegal activites in the Middlesex County area. This link will give you more information. We look forward to seeing how these monies get put into effect in our own community.

A Message from CQE - Meeting September 15th

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Dear Metuchenites,
This is a friendly reminder that our next CQE meeting will be held on this coming Wednesday, September 15th at 8 PM in Room 225 of Borough Hall. Here is the planned agenda for the meeting:
    1. Finalizing the CQE advocacy positions for the year
    2. Update on CQE Story Time
    3. Update on the PTO coffee's
    4. Planning for Back to School Night
    5. Membership Drive
    6. Miscellaneous administrative items
School has begun, and there is a lot to talk about. Join the meeting to learn more about CQE. You are welcome to share your opinion and let your voice be heard. This meeting is informal and open to all Metuchen residents.
To learn more about CQE, please visit our Website,  We hope you plan to attend. 
Happy FIrst Full Week of School, Metuchen!

As summer fades into fall's multicolored glory, summer memories help make the transition back into the school year easier to handle. Will Dominic, a local student and actor, enjoyed some fun "work" time this summer when he was hired to take part in the Hillshire Farms Sandwich Showdown (he shared a stage with Padma Lakshmi of TOP CHEF). His mom Annalisa Dominic accompanied him and shared an eyewitness' account of the day here (we even get a nice lunchbox recipe idea for the next ten months of making lunches!) Congrats, Will!

Open House at the Forum for Stars on Stage Programs Tonight

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We will have an open house on Monday Sept 13 to register for classes and meet the teachers
WILLY WONKA Jr. for kid's grades 4-7 with classes starting September 20th. Mondays from 4-7pm with performances on December 3,4,5. Tuition for our kid's program is $400

For our teen program we present GUYS AND DOLLS for grades 8-12 starting on September 19. Tuition for our teen program is $450. A payment plan is available. No previous performance experience necessary. 

Our classes take students from the audition process through rehearsals and finally performance on The Forum stage! The Forum Theatre has produced over 200 productions since opening it's doors in 1983 and has one of the most professional creative teams in the state. For information on registering call 732.548.5600 or email  We hope you register your child , it's an experience they will remember for the rest of their lives!
This message was sent by: Forum Theatre Arts Center, 314 Main Street, Metuchen, NJ 08840

Never Forget -- Freedom Plaza Memoriam Tonight

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MaiselWTC020.jpgCommunity members are invited to attend a Candlelight Ceremony in observance of Patriot Day at Freedom Plaza in Metuchen on Saturday, September 11, 2010.   The ceremony is scheduled to take place from 7:00 to approximately 7:30 pm, and will be led by representatives of the Metuchen Area Chamber of Commerce, Metuchen Police Dept., Metuchen Fire Dept., Metuchen EMS, and members of the clergy.  The ceremony will take place rain or shine.  A Moment of Silence will be observed.


The Freedom Plaza Memorial in Metuchen reflects the statewide mosaic of family and friendship.  Each of the 701 New Jersey residents who perished on September 11, 2001, at either the World Trade Center, the Pentagon, or in western Pennsylvania are listed on the memorial. A special notation marks the names of Metuchen and Edison residents - many of whom passed through our station that day.

Mario Kart Wii Tourney at Library September 12th

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On Sunday, September 12 from 2 PM until 4 PM, the Metuchen Library will host its first Wii Tournament for students in grades 4 and 5.  The tournament will feature Mario Kart followed by free play with a variety of Wii games.  Metuchen residents in grades 4 and 5 are asked to register for the event by writing , by calling 732.632.8526, or by visiting the Library. Players must present a library card and, prior to registration, everyone is invited to come into the Library to get a card if they don't already have one. This program will be hosted by Game Partners, a teen group of library volunteers who planned the event.  First and second prizes (a $25 gift card and a $15 gift card) and refreshments are paid for by the Friends of the Metuchen Library. 

Route 27 Bridge Reopening Postponed

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Today the Route 27 bridge was scheduled for reopening. Unfortunately, this is not the case. When Police Captain James Keane met with the construction crew today, he received word that there were a few additional kinks that needed to be worked out so the bridge will not be open today. The reopening has been postponed until possibly next Friday, although that is not confirmed as of yet. Metuchen Matters will let you know as soon as the bridge opening is happening.

Have a good weekend!

Tonight at Haileys -- Live Music From Zack + Jimmy 9-11:30PM

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From Hailey's Pub:

There is only one thing that Haileys loves more than SPIDER MONKEYS and that is the straight up classic rock and blues tunes powered by Jimmy's awesome vocals and rhythm guitar, Zack's off the hook lead guitar playing. Come down to Haileys tonight and watch the Metuchen magic of Zach and Jimmy.


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BlessingsRosh Hashanah is observed each year on the first day of Tishrei. It begins on the evening before with the blessing of the festival candles. Mother lights the candles and says these blessings:

I praise God, who is Lord and Ruler over all, 
for teaching us the commandment of greeting this 
(Shabbat and ) Festival by the lighting of candles.


I praise God, who is Lord and Ruler over all, 
for keeping us well to reach this season.

Prayer Service September 8th at the Forum

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From the Acts Church:

The Acts Church led by Pastor Jim Nevius will hold the 7th Annual Back-2-School-Prayer-Rally on Wednesday September 8th at the Forum Theater & Arts Center, 314 Main Street, Metuchen at 7:30pm. The sole purpose is to pray for a safe and successful school year for students & teachers. They are inviting all concerned parents, teacher and clergy. Email:

Brilliance of Summer's End - Fireworks Downtown by Kyo

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Kyo Morishima of Kyo Morishima Photrography here in Metuchen gives us the best view of town's fireworks display--check out the brilliance of last night's big end of summer hurrah! For more images, check out the link below. Happy Labor Day, everybody!

Girl Scout Service Units Merge - New Volunteers Needed!

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From Area Girl Scouts Service Units:

The North Edison/Metuchen Girl Scouts have merged this summer with the Girl Scouts from South Edison/Highland Park to form a new Service Unit called "Edison/Metuchen/Highland Park."  This new Service Unit will have a total of 1000 girls covering all levels - Daisies (Grades K-1), Brownies (Grades 2-3), Juniors (Grades 4-5), Cadettes (Grades 6, 7, and 8),  Seniors (Grades 9-10), and Ambassadors (Grades 11-12).  Girl Scouts participate in community service projects, camping, and lots of fun activities.  Girl Scouts helps to build character, leadership skills, confidence, and many other life skills. 

What your daughter gets out of each day is up to you.  So, did she have any amazing adventures today?  Non-stop fun?  Did she have a chance to discover her potential?  To build confidence?  Girls Scouts offers girls endless ways to turn boring days into days she'll remember all her life.  Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence and character who make the world a better place.

Become a Girl Scout Volunteer! Parents/adults are invited to join the fun. Girl Scout volunteers are a diverse group of women and men whose expertise, skills, interests, and life experiences nurture each girl's individuality and leadership qualities. Come share your personal passions and create experiences together you'll never forget.

Girls who are interested in joining the Edison/Metuchen/Highland Park Girl Scouts should have their parents send an e-mail to or mail a note to P.O. Box 546, Metuchen, NJ 08840.

GreenDrinks Eco-Minded Fun Co-Sponsored by Raconteur This week

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WHEN: 7 to 9PM, Tuesday 7th September 2010
RULE: First Tuesday of every month
WHO: Anyone working on environmental issues, studying them, or looking for technical support in living and working greener.
WHY: Fun, contacts, alcohol (or not), info, gossip, inspiration, business and pleasure.
NEW: Just go up to someone and say "are you green?", and you'll be made welcome.


WHERE: BACK ROOM at our NEW VENUE The Raconteur, 431 Main Street, Metuchen, NJ 08840. It's the sexy little bookstore and literary center of gravity where you always wanted to hang out.

HOW: Walk, cycle, bus, or NJ Transit (Northeast Corridor, Metuchen Stop): Downtown Metuchen, NJ. Taxi or car OK if more than 2 passengers ;)

BYBO: Yes, we're meeting at a bookstore, but you're welcome to bring your favorite wine or beer to share. Homebrew is encouraged!

From Hailey's:
The man of a 1000 different looks, the man of a 1000 different songs, the man who will make any weekend better is BOB DENSON. Haileys and Bob are perfect together, so he is back again. Many thanks to all of his fans (except a few) who came out the last few times! You are the ones who made his return possible. So now that bob is here tonight,feel free to come by and kick up your feet and tilt your glass to whatever music you request from bob marley, to donny osmond, to prince. WOW.

Tuesday night, September 7, 9-11:30PM at Hailey's Pub on Main Street

The Forum Presents . . . Movies, Mason and More

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From the Forum Theater:

Starts Friday September 3, The Forum Theatre 314 Main St. Metuchen presents Julia Roberts, James Franco, Richard Jenkins and Javier Bardem in EAT PRAY LOVE. Friday at 7:30 Saturday and Sunday at 4:30 and 7:15 Running time is 140m Rated PG-13

Tickets can now be ordered on line for Jackie Masons new film ONE ANGRY MAN by going to click on FILMS at top of page and then CALENDER OF EVENTS at top right of page. JACKIE WILL BE HERE TO INTRODUCE THE SCREENING. All seats are $20.

Next Stars on Stage open house will be September 13 from 6-8pm. WILLY WONKA for grades 4-8 and GUYS AND DOLLS for grades 8-12. You can also call 732.548.5600 or email to register and we will get back to you. Classes begin on September 19.

And . . . .coming this fall . . . Stroller Movies Monday mornings for Parents at 9:30AM. Stay tuned for more information on that series!

Have a safe holiday weekend!

Sharon Goldman's Hit Acoustic Nights Returning in September

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4906694538_888d725c1e.jpgSinger/songwriter Sharon Goldman had a couple of supersuccessful acoustic evenings over the summer and local photog Ernie A. captured all the fun. Here's Sharon's info on the upcoming September 19th gig (7:30-9PM):

On the third Thursday of September, I'll be holding court hosting two wonderful singer/songwriter/performers: Long Island's folk-rock stylist Joe Iadanza and New Jersey bell-pure-voiced songstress Christine Deleon. Plus I'll share a few of my own tunes.

Come down to Metuchen's beautiful Main Street for a fun event! Check out this link for more information on Sharon's work!

Final Metuchen Rocks! Concert of the Summer . . . With Fireworks!

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From the Metuchen Recreation Commission:


 "Metuchen Rocks!!," Metuchen's free outdoor summer concert series, ends the summer with a dance party and fireworks on Sunday, September 5th. The Spidermonkeys will bring their eclectic mix of classic rock, blues, country, plus their own original tunes to the party.   The band members include Metuchen's own Zack Leffand on lead guitar and Dan Cotton on drums, with Jim Toscano on guitar and vocals, Jason Jack on base, and the fabulous MR. FIN on trumpet, flute, keyboard and percussion.  

The party starts at 7:30 p.m in the heart of downtown Metuchen on the corner or Pearl and Center Streets next to the Metuchen Senior Citizen Center (behind the A&P Liquor Store). The party ends at sundown with a fireworks display made possible by the generous support of the Metuchen Savings Bank.

The rain date for the party and fireworks is Monday, September 6th, same time, same place.

WARNING: Dangerous Ozone Levels Expected Today

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From the National Weather Service:
An Ozone Alert Day is declared for September 1. Ozone levels are forecast to reach the unhealthy for sensitive groups category throughout New Jersey due to southerly winds, hot temperatures, and sunny skies. Sensitive individuals including the very young, the elderly, and persons with respiratory diseases, such as asthma, should avoid strenuous outdoor activities during the afternoon and early evening hours. Moderate fine particle levels are also forecast across the Garden State.

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