Weekend Highlights: Your Guide to Family Fun

BY  |  Friday, Feb 21, 2014 10:00am  |  COMMENTS (1)

drum and dance performance

The weekend will warm up and the sun will even come out! You’ll want to take advantage and get out wiht the family, because (don’t kill the messenger) a polar vortex is coming back next week.

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You can check our Calendar for all events this weekend, but here are this weekend’s highlights:

Celebrate Black History Month with a drum and dance performance by MADLOM students at Montclair Public Library. Renowned author Rita Williams-Garcia will speak as well. (Saturday, February 22)

What LEGO designs can you dream up? Get inspired by the Brick Art of Nathan Sawaya and learn to create a LEGO brick mosaic at Morris Museum. (Saturday, February 22)

See Studio Playhouse’s production of Goldilocks. In this comic spin on a classic fairy tale, Goldilocks will find herself face-to-face with not three, but four bears.  (Sunday, February 23)

Go Maple Sugaring!

Go dance at the Jungle Gym Jam concert, which will also offer fun activities including face painting, arts and crafts and children’s entertainment. (Sunday, February 23)

peking acrobats

Performing atop a pagoda of chairs, trick-cycling and gymnastics are among the gravity defying feats that The Peking Acrobats and JIGU! Thunder Drums will bring to NJPAC on Sunday. (Sunday, February 23)

Take a Day Trip—we have so many places to choose from.

 

1 Comments

  1. POSTED BY walleroo  |  February 21, 2014 @ 2:47 pm

    I’ll be slumped over the bar at Obal’s.

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