October 2010 Archives

Metuchen Police Have Some Tips for Making Halloween Fun + Safe

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From: Chief James T. Keane

The police dept. will have extra patrols out on Mischief Night and Halloween. We are also asking that in the interest of safety that those trick or treating follow some safety recommendations.

  • Carry a flashlight.
  • Be alert at all times
  • Go out with a grown-up or responsible teenager
  • Watch for cars backing up in driveways
  • Walk don't run

  • Use sidewalks, if there are none, stay to the left side of the road
  • Cross at corners, not between parked cars
  • Listen and Look all ways for traffic before crossing
  • Obey traffic signals
  • Be safe and have fun

Montclair Operetta Club 2010-2011 "A Season of Growth" kicks off in celebration of Stephen Sondheim's 80th birthday.  Sondheim as described by The New York Times as "the greatest and perhaps best-known artist in the American musical theatre" and in celebration MOC is presenting two Sondheim favorites, Company and Gypsy


Company will be our first show of the season.   Sondheim collaborated with George Furth (book) and Harold Prince (director) to create Company, the first of the Sondheim/Prince shows that were to lay the foundation for the post-Golden Age Broadway musicals. Company was the first non-linear, "concept," musical.

Company will be performed October 22, 23,24,28,29, and 30, 2010 at Bloomfield Westminster Arts Center. For tickets or more information, visit us on the web at:  www.mocmusicals.org all performances are held at Westminster Arts Center of Bloomfield College.

Ticket prices
Adult - $25
Senior citizen - $22 - $22
Student (with ID) - $15
Bloomfield College student (with ID) - $4

Performance times
October 22 (Friday) & October 23 (Saturday) - 8pm
October 24 (Sunday) - 2pm
October 28 (Thursday), October 29 (Friday) & October 30 (Saturday) - 8pm


Neve Shalom Presents Interim Toddler Class

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Neve Shalom is introducing a new program, "Just for Me" for young moms and their babies, 2 to 2 1/2 years old. Check out the flyer on the next page for times and registration information.

Johnson Family Fundraiser, November 19th

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Steve Johnson, a Metuchen father and active community volunteer is battling cancer and will undergo a bone marrow transplant in a few weeks.  The community has united to help Steve and his family. There will be a fund raising dinner in his honor on Friday, November 19th, at the Metuchen Golf & Country Club. 


Click here for registration and/or donation information.  Or visit the Fuce5 website for more information. 

Community Food Bank Needs Turkeys--Here's How You Can Donate!

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Want to donate a turkey to help the needy? Here's how:

You can help New Jersey families in need this Thanksgiving by donating a turkey or dry food to the Community Food Bank of New Jersey, Hillside NJ. The Community Food Bank uses Saint Francis Cathedral as a drop off site in Middlesex County.

Date:               November 20, 2010

Time:              9 to 1 pm

Place:              Parking lot of St. Francis Cathedral.  Turn off Main Street onto Library Place.  Drive up to the white truck and volunteers will take the turkey and dry food directly from you.  You don't even have to get out of the car. Questions?  Call social concerns at St. Francis.  (732) 548-0100 x 225.


Jacqueline Sanin of Salta stopped by to give us some info on the new programs this year and their continuing objectives for their popular Spanish language programs:

What are the new objectives for the Salta program this year? 

We actually have quite a few!  This year, we have launched Salta! Kinder Program which offers classes two hours each morning and afternoon on Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays.  I created the Salta! Kinder curriculum to mirror the New Jersey core curriculum kindergarten standards.  The lessons include science, calendar, mathematics, reading and writing - all in Spanish.   We feel this is a strong complement to many half day Kindergarten programs.  It's a lot of fun and extremely interactive.

Salta! also expanded on its cultural class offerings.   We want to instill a love of the Spanish culture as well as the language.  Art, Soccer, Cooking, Latin Dance, Theater Arts classes help children develop their fine and gross motor skills, coordination and boost self confidence. 

What's the Scoop Blood Drive October 27th

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Check out this link for more information on how you can help Mike Patterson have yet another successful WTS blood drive!

Teen Advisory Board Announces Halloween and Cooking Events

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The Teen Advisory Board of the Metuchen Public Library announces the following events at the Library, 480 Middlesex Avenue:

On Sunday, October 31 at 2 PM, there will be a Halloween film screening of The Corpse Bride. When a shy groom inadvertently practices his wedding vows in the presence of a deceased young woman, she rises from the grave assuming he has married her.  Tim Burton's film is a charming comedy with an all-star cast and a few good songs along the way.  The stop-motion animated film is rated PG for "some scary scenes." This program is open to the public: adults, teens, and pre-teens.  Refreshments and Halloween treats are provided by the Friends of the Metuchen Library.  Admission is free, but please bring a can or box of non-perishable food for the M.C.F.O.O.D.S. emergency kitchen.

Kyo Morishima Presents Pumpkin Float Memories

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Past Gallery @the Rotunda featured artist, photographer Kyo Morishima, presented us with some great pictures of the Pumpkin Float night at Tommy's Pond. Check them out here. Thanks, Kyo!

Ned Vizzini at Library October 24th at 2 PM LIVE

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Ned Vizzini is the author of two novels: the award-winning It's Kind of a Funny Story (2006), now a major motion picture in theaters (starring Emma Roberts and Zach Galifanakis), and Be More Chill (2004) which takes place in Metuchen, NJ. Vizzini's first book, Teen Angst? Naaah . . . (2000), is a compilation of humorous essays which focus on the middle school and high school years. All three books will be available for purchase and for the author to sign at the event.

An hour before the event, a local Piscataway TV show called YA VISIONS will be taping an interview with Vizzini at the Metuchen LIbrary. 

The author visit is a program for teens, preteens, and adults. It is free and open to the public. This event is sponsored by the Friends of the Metuchen Public Library. For more information, call 732.632.8526 or check out http://www.metuchenlibraryteens.org/

Mao's Last Dancer at the Forum This Weekend

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The Forum Theatre New Jersey's Only Not for Profit Art House 
Specializing in Foreign and Independent Films presents:

There were tears and cheers by Forum Theatre audiences after last weekend's screenings of MAO'S LAST DANCER which continues this weekend . . .
The film tells the true story of Li Cunxin, who, at the age of 11 was plucked from a poor Chinese village by Madame Mao's cultural delegates and taken to Beijing to study ballet. In 1979, during a cultural exchange to Texas, he fell in love with an American woman. Two years later, he managed to defect and went on to perform as a principal dancer for the Houston Ballet and as a principal artist with the Australian Ballet
A wonderful story for the entire family!
Friday at 7:30 Saturday 5 & 7:30 Sunday 1:30 4pm & 6:15
Running Time is 1hr 57m Rated pg
Regular tickets $9 Seniors 65 and older $8

Don't forget tickets are on sale for MR RAYS HALLOWEEN HAPPENING October 31 at 11am with a costume contest on stage! Go to www.forumtheatrearts.org and click on mr rays poster for tickets


St. Francis Annual Golf Outing October 25th

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The Saint Francis Cathedral School's 8th Annual Golf Outing will take place on Monday October 25, 2010 at the picturesque Mercer Oaks Golf Club in West Windsor, NJ.

Registration is 8:00 AM followed by a continental breakfast prior to the 9:00 AM shot-gun start. Contest on the course include closest to the pin, hit the green and longest drive.  The day will conclude with awards and a delicious buffet lunch.

 Registration fee per golfer is $175.

If you are interested in enjoying a day of golf and helping the children of Saint Francis please email: kevinblake13@optimum.net

Alex Dawson of the Raconteur gives Metuchen Matters the lowdown on his new adaptation of NOSFERATU at Middlesex County College, opening this weekend:

I've always been a werewolf man. For three Halloweens running, from second to fifth grade, I loped and howled, I blackened my nose and did my best, with fake fur and crepe wool, to imitate the yak fro of Lon Chaney's Wolf Man. My stepfather was a trapper (I grew up on a farm in Alabama), and one year I even hung gray pelts, rabbit and squirrel, from the shoulders and chest of my costume (I kid you not). But no one cares about werewolves. Vampires, on the other hand, are everywhere. Long the staple of fringe culture (genre fiction, comic books, B movies, Goth clubs), they have since permeated the mainstream. Indeed, Sookie Stackhouse scribe Charlaine Harris is the first author to have eight novels concurrently in the top ten, and, just this week, scientists discovered a new fanged fish which they named, you guessed it, Dracula.

But before Twilight and True Blood, before Dracula even, there was Nosferatu. Nosferatu is a 1923 German Expressionist film by F.W. Murnau (one of the most influential directors of the silent era). Released ten years before the iconic Bela Lugosi movie, Nosferatu a.k.a. Count Orlock is sometimes labeled "The First Vampire." Dracula is handsome and aristocratic, a satin lined cape and hair as black and shiny as the back of a beetle; Orlock, quite simply, is not. But this physical distinction, while the most obvious, is decidedly superficial. On the other hand, the addition of the bubonic rats, which Orlock shepherds and, with his medial incisors, resembles, is profound. The vermin tie Nosferatu to the Black Death, couching the story in world history and suggesting an epic context that Dracula, I don't think, has. But it's a silent film, the plague references are brief and few, just a handful of exclamatory title cards ("The plague!"); the context needed cultivating.

Junebug Meeting Tonight!!

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Fight the cold by planning fun for the summertime! The first planning meeting for Junebug 2011 is here! Tonight! At What's the Scoop! Check out LInda Vonderschmidt-LaStella's info page on Facebook for further information. 

Metuchen's Own Andrea Orlando Can Zumba You to Good Health

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Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for andrea orlando with beto.jpgAndrea Orlando, a Metuchen resident and Zumba teacher extraordinaire, has been featured recently in an article about her classes and how this exciting form of dance and aerobics can lead to increased health benefits. Read here for more information.

Meet the Council Candidates Tuesday Night

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With the election only weeks away, the Council candidates will be appearing together at a debate on October 19th, tomorrow night, at Metuchen High School at 7 PM. METV will carry the event live, so you can watch it as it unfolds! (And yes, we know the Yankee game is on at the same time, but that's why they invented DVRs, people!) 

Be an informed voter. Watch this debate and check out Metuchen Matters in the weeks to come as we ask additional questions of the candidates.
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The Metuchen Artisans Alliance, the powerfully creative combo of Earthsongs' Linda Vonderschmidt-LaStella and Paradise Custom Glass' Amy Brooks, is presenting an Open Studio Tour on Saturday, October 16th from 2-5. The event will begin with a presentation at the Old Franklin School and continue on to tours at both Amy and Linda's private studios. Live music and refreshments will be part of the exciting package. Read on for more information.

Mao's Last Dancer at the Forum This Weekend

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Starts Tonight on our screen: MAO'S LAST DANCER Directed by Bruce Beresford A drama based on the autobiography by Li Cunxin. At the age of 11, Li was plucked from a poor Chinese village by Madame Mao's cultural delegates and taken to Beijing to study ballet. In 1979, during a cultural exchange to Texas, he fell in love with an American woman. Two years later, he managed to defect and went on to perform as a principal dancer for the Houston Ballet and as a principal artist with the Australian Ballet
Friday at 7:30 Saturday 5 & 7:30 Sunday 4 & 6:15
Running Time is 1hr 57m Rated pg
All seats are $8 

In other Forum movie news the 1987 cult classic, STREET TRASH will play on November 6 at 9pm hosted by Writer/Director Roy Frumkes. Roy will introduce his film and there will be a Q&A immediately following the screening.
WARNING! This Film is NOT for the easily offended! For the rest of you, and you know who you are, it promises to be a grand evening at the movies.
All seats are $15 and can be pre ordered by clicking on the STREET TRASH poster at www.forumtheatrearts.org They will also be available at the door that evening

See you at the movies!

From Colleen and Tice Walker:

The Metuchen Grapplers are ready for another year-one of Metuchen's most popular sports is preparing for an exciting season filled with exhilarating competition and all the teamwork-inspired lessons that this very physical pursuit entails.


Boys and girls in grades K through 8 from Metuchen and North Edison are eligible to participate.  7th and 8th graders from Woodbridge who meet particular guidelines will also be eligible.  All levels of competition are available, from novice to seasoned veteran. 


The Grapplers provides an opportunity for all levels of interest, from the child who wants to go all the way to the State Tournament to the child who is just interested in coming to practices and learning the sport.  As Tice Walker explained, "Kids get the most benefit from full participation but the coaching staff understands if wrestling is not first on the list of priorities (behind school work, of course).  For example, some families choose to participate only in Home meets during the week, since traveling to Away meets means getting home too late for some families."


Practice and league meets are 2-3 evenings per week from late November to early March.  Additional opportunities to compete are available at various tournaments scheduled on weekends throughout the season. 


John Muccifori, Jamie Schleck, Tice Walker and Mike DeCoite (Head Coach) are the current leadership team and are supported by additional dedicated coaches, all with extensive experience and love of the sport.


Registration takes place on consecutive Wednesdays, 10/13 and 10/20 from 7 PM to 9 PM, at the Little League Club House on Oakland Ave.  The team website, www.MetuchenGrapplers.com, includes the registration form families can print out and sign to make the process smoother, as well as cost and other details.  The shoe "swap-box" will also be at registration for those returning wrestlers whose feet have grown or those new wrestlers that are looking for a pair to use.

FORE! St. Francis 8th Annual Golf Outing October 25th

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St. Francis sponsors its 8th Annual Golf Outing at the Mercer Oaks Country Club, West Windsor, on Monday, October 25th. Take a look at their flyer for additional information and show off your skill on the links. The package includes green and cart fees, locker room privileges, on course refreshments, gift bag and attendance at the awards luncheon.

Triple C Ranch Sponsors Free Pumpking Painting October 17th

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Edison Wetlands Association (EWA) will be hosting a free Autumn Pumpkin Painting at the Triple C Ranch, the last remaining farm in the Edison area.  Located in the heart of the Dismal Swamp Conservation Area, this event will be held on Sunday, October 17, 2010 from 12pm - 2pm at 206 Tyler Road in Edison, just off of New York Boulevard.

 Located within the 1,240-acre Dismal Swamp Conservation Area, the Autumn Pumpkin Painting event will be filled with free pumpkin painting activities and an opportunity to enjoy the wildlife featured at the ranch.  Not only will you be able to paint your own pumpkin, but guests can also take advantage of this unique site and enjoy a scenic nature walk on one of the trails nestled in the midst of the Dismal Swamp nature preserve!

EWA is a grassroots nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting human health and the environment in central New Jersey.  EWA owns and operates the Triple C Ranch, located in the 1,240-acre Dismal Swamp Conservation Area.

What: Free Pumpkin Painting at the Triple C Ranch

When: October 17th at 12 PM

Where: Triple C Ranch & Nature Center, 206 Tyler Road in Edison

Contact: Dana Patterson, EWA Program Coordinator, 732-321-1300 or 732-762-7070

Metuchen Chamber Announces Fair Winners!

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The 47th Annual Metuchen Country Fair, held on Saturday, October 2, from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm, was host to some serious creativity last weekend. The Metuchen Garden Club, Girl Scout Troops and Ms. Doreen's Fabulous Feet all won accolades as did many other area businesses and organizations. Check out who won what for the various booth categories.

Winter's Bone and One Angry Man at the Forum This Weekend

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The Forum Theatre New Jersey's Only Not for Profit Art House Specializing in
Foreign and Independent Films

Starts tonite on our screen we present one of the most highly acclaimed films of the year,  WINTERS BONE
Winner Best Picture and Screenplay at the Sundance Film Festival.
An unflinching Ozark Mountain girl hacks through dangerous social terrain as she hunts down her drug-dealing father while trying to keep her family intact.

"Winter’s Bone is straightforward and suspenseful but also surprising and subtle. As memorable and vivid a heroine as you are likely to see on screen this season"
New York Times
Showtimes Friday at 7:30 Saturday & Sunday 6pm & 8pm
Running Time is 1hr 40m Rated R

Jackie Masons New Film ONE ANGRY MAN will be shown on Sunday at 3pm
This is the only NJ Showing of the film. In this satire written from the perspective of the fictional defendant in the film 12 Angry Men, the arguments used by the dissenting juror to prove the possibility that the defendant is innocent are explained in ways that actually support his guilt.

All seats are $8 at all times
This message was sent by: Forum Theatre Arts Center, 314 Main Street, Metuchen, NJ 08840

Breathing Room Event in Metuchen This Sunday

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Breathing Room, a gathering a Metuchen and Edison parents who have kids with "Special Powers" are invited to a brunch on Sunday, October 10th at the home of Sheri-Rose Rubin, 114 Spring Street, Metuchen. Please RSVP by email if you wish to attend at sr1211@aol.com. Sheri, a Metuchen Councilwoman and attorney, has a son with cerebral palsy and hopes to use this group as a way for parents to come together to discuss issues, ask questions and find answers together as advocates and caring guardians. Find more info on their Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=108652869185250&ref=ts.

Throw Some Small Town Charm to Charming Nails this Sunday

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As you may know, Charming Nails, the nail salon at 441 Main Street, was robbed this past August and the owner, Linda, was dragged down Main Street by the get-away car.  Linda had just moved to her new location and invested in sprucing-up the building and buying new equipment.  She lost a good portion of the week's revenue and was hospitalized for her injuries. 

A group of concerned citizen-patrons is organizing a fund-raising day for Linda this Sunday,October 10th.  "So the bad guys don't win," said organizer Deanna Manzo.  Please stop in for a mani-pedi or another of the cosmetic procedures they offer, maybe purchase a gift card as a holiday gift for a teacher or babysitter, or simply throw a few dollars into a collection jar.

As a long-time resident once told me "it's in times of adversity when our little town really rises to the occasion." Please give Linda a call at (732) 548-5660 if you're planning to stop-by so that the shop can be prepared for your visit. Even if you can't make it this Sunday, treat yourself to some pampering for a good cause soon. 

UPDATE: Project Porchlight Was a Huge Success!

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Project Porchlight visited Metuchen on Saturday, September 25, 2010. An enthusiastic youthful crowd of twenty-one (21) consisting of Boy Scouts from Troops 17 and 216, and Girl Scouts from Troop 81645 offered their time to deliver one free compact fluorescent light (CFL) bulb door to door to a select group of homes in Metuchen.  The volunteers were full of energy despite the hot weather,  as well as their their sports and Townwide Garage sale shopping activities from earlier in the day. Perhaps it was the free shirts and wristbands they received, or the promise of pizza afterwards that kept them shining. The volunteers received training from the Project Porchlight professionals and were told how to approach each household, the information they should convey, and to be polite.

Weber Replacement Chosen by the Borough Council

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Monday night's council meeting brought a new member to the fore--to replace the departing Richard Weber, three candidates were presented to the Mayor and existing council members and Jay Muldoon, a marketing consultant and 31-year resident of Metuchen, will now sit in that seat. Although Muldoon has never held a civic seat before, he has been active in the borough throughout his residency. Check out this link for more information. And congratulations, Councilman Muldoon!

Watch the Yankees' First Playoff Game at Hailey's TONIGHT

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The New York Yankees take on the Minnesota twins in the American League Division series tonight on their Chase to 28, aka their 28th World Series franchise win! Where better to start off your journey to World Series excitement than at Hailey's! Check it out right on Main Street, Metuchen with a pint at your favorite neighborhood pub!

Go, Yanks!!

Metuchen Police Checkpoints Make NJ News: What do you Think??

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This recent article about a man at a Metuchen Main Street checkpoint in early September states that the man got a $55 ticket for having an Alumnae frame around his rear license plate. The police said that a misplaced inspection sticker caught their attention but the driver was ticketed for the license plate infraction. Are we wasting the time of our police officers in running checkpoints or are they important in locating issues that drivers need to be aware of? Do you think that drivers in Metuchen are good at following directions or are the drivers in this state just a little bit to the left of lax?

Looking at Autumn from a Wild Perspective

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From David Wheeler at WildNewJersey:

No better time than autumn to fall in love with nature in New Jersey. The gold and crimson palettes of oaks and maples.  The refreshing chill to the air after so many months of heat and humidity.  That timeless first night of wood smoke from fireplaces down the street.  And the crunch of freshly fallen leaves underfoot. 

Fall outdoors in New Jersey is special for so many well-known reasons, but dig a little deeper and you'll find that we humans aren't the only ones appreciating autumn in all its glory. The great fall migrations in the birding world are well underway, but will go strong until late November.  New Jersey is hard to beat for bird spotting during these times.  Large raptors like hawks, falcons, and eagles fly south in hard-to-believe numbers on their way to winter warmth.  Millions of songbirds add color to the New Jersey skyscape each fall, with neotropical songbirds like Baltimore orioles and scarlet tanagers flying as far south as South America.  And along our coasts, great blue herons, egrets, and waterfowl ascend from our waterways en masse to reach more temperate nesting grounds.

GreenDrinks October Get-Together Tuesday Night!

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7 - 9 PM 

It all started in 1989 at a pub called the Slug and Lettuce in Northern London, in which a handful of eco-conscious mates pulled some tables together and drank some beer. The concept evolved into GREEN DRINKS and now it's global. Each city has an organizer who arranges meetings in bars and restaurants (providing the greenest beer possible, and by green we mean enviro-minded, not colored; in our case, Climax, locally brewed in Roselle Park). Green Drinks meets in fifty countries from Argentina to Zambia. And now, METUCHEN!FREE!
From Salta:
Come learn how to Jump! (Salta!) into Spanish with Salta's native
Spanish-speaking teachers. Practice Spanish vocabulary, discover the customs
and traditions of Hispanic heritage, make music with Latin American musical
instruments, sing Spanish songs, play games and much more. Please see the
schedule below for days and times:

Monday October 4th                  10:30 am    3s
Tuesday, October 5th                10:30 am    18 mos - 2 yrs
Wednesday, October 6th            10:30 am    4s and 5s 
                                                  1:00 pm    4s and 5s

Please call the Metuchen Library at 732 632 8526 to register in advance for
these programs.  Space is limited! For more information about Salta! please call 732 549 7722 or visit www.saltajump.com (link through their ad to the right)
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CROPSEY (W/Director Barbara Brancaccio) 
Film Screening/On Stage Conversation/Q&A
First Presbyterian Social Hall

A real-life multiple-murder tale that could have been called "A Guide to Recognizing Your Boogeyman," Cropsey is the scariest movie you'll see this year.

Growing up on Staten Island, filmmakers Joshua Zeman and Barbara Brancaccio had often heard the legend of 'Cropsey.' For the kids in their neighborhood, Cropsey was an escaped mental patient who lived in the old abandoned Willowbrook Mental Institution. He would come out late at night and snatch children off the streets. Sometimes Cropsey had a hook for a hand, other times he wielded a bloody axe or a gleaming machete, but whatever the implement, Cropsey was always out there, lurking in the shadows, waiting to get them. Later as teenagers, the filmmakers assumed Cropsey was just an urban legend: a cautionary tale used to keep them out of those abandoned buildings and stop them from doing all those things that teenagers like to do. That all changed in the summer of 1987 when a 12-year-old girl with Down syndrome, named Jennifer Schweiger, disappeared from their community. That was the summer all the kids from Staten Island discovered that their urban legend was real.
Tickets on sale NOW. $10 & $15. ClickHERE to purchase online. Click HERE for more info about CROPSEY. NOTE: This event is at the Social Hall of the First Presbyterian Church, 270 Woodbridge Ave (adjacent to the cemetery),Metuchen, NJ 08840.

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