We’ve been hearing from more and more friends and readers that they’d like to know where we’re going each week so they can join us. We get invited to events, hear about fun exhibits and are interested in lots of different places all the time. Here’s what is on our radar this week. We’re on vacation this week so here are events that we’ll miss and you can help us out by attending for us! Support local arts and get outside and do something.
Saturday, August 6th, 5pm at Tree-licious Orchards, Port Murray
Tour of the orchard, dinner and live music. $45/ each or 2 for $80. 5pm – 9pm
For reservations and directions, please visit www.treeliciousorchards.com, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 908-852-7192 (bakery)
Sunday, August 7th at 5pm, 73 See Gallery, Montclair
A creative celebration featuring music, art, poetry, & zines by local artists. Curated by Maegan Broccoli. Supported by All Sounds.
Sounds by Hodera, Fire is Motion, Seamstress and Anastasia of Rita Fishbone.
Sights (Zines, Artwork, Poetry, Patches, Pins) by Artists Reed Clovis G., Brittany Naundorff, Ali Nugent, Kenneth Christian, Yaz Lane and Maegan Broccoli.
Each guest is encouraged to bring a dish of food. VENUE RULES: -No drugs or alcohol.
-Be respectful of the neighbors. -All cigarette butts MUST be tossed in their proper cans. Not on the street. -Be aware of theft. We will have a team watching the space, but never leave anything valuable unattended.
$8 at the door , Come hang @ 5:00 PM, Music starts @ 5:30 PM
YJY – NJ Fuzz Pop four-piece, Lyons – The Bangles of Asbury Park, The Duskwhales– Indie Psych Rock on tour from DC and Secret Mountain – Post 90s lo-fi rock.
Doors 7:00 // Show 7:30, $8 cover // 18+
Darren Deicide, Hunterdon Brewing Company, and McGinley Square Pub present “Hokum!”, a monthly showcase featuring original neo-Americana music in a unique setting. “Hokum!” takes place the first Sunday of every month in the back room of McGinley Square Pub, an intimate environment without a PA system. Music will include touring acts as well as locals. Unique and formal attire is encouraged. There is a suggested minimum donation of $5 that goes to the artists.
McGinley Square Pub, located at 755 Montgomery St. in Jersey City, was formerly operated under the same name. Prior to that it was named after the Orson Welles’ film “Citizen Kane.” McGinley Square Pub was saved from abandonment and reopened in May 2015 as a local craft beer bar. “McGinley Square Pub, which makes a point not to offer major name beer brands, instead opts to spotlight local brewers like 902 Brewing Co. based in Hoboken”, reports The Jersey Journal. The owner draws inspiration from one of the pub’s mottos: “No Wi-Fi: Talk to each other.”
Come on out, no cover for a very intimate night of lyrically driven songs. Doors at 8, Music at 9
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