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 can’t guarantee that we’ll go to all these places but there’s a good chance we’ll be at some of them. Support local arts or get outside and do something with us!
Friday, April 21st from 5pm to 9pm, The Meatlocker, Montclair
Come through to our Meatlocker Spring Market Pt. 2! It’ll be Taurus season; the sun will be shining and flowers be singing. ????? FREE ENTRY – Bring cash to buy band merch and a whole arrange of goodies! Food and drinks supplied foh free!
Friday, April 21st at 8pm, Roxy and Dukes Road House, Dunellen
Roxy & Dukes in association with MyCentralJersey.com and The Makin Waves 30th Anniversary Concert Series Present The Spring Edition of Makin Waves Rock Circus, also known as The 2, 3, 4, 5 Showcase, featuring an evening of music, sideshow and burlesque with:
8:30 p.m. Vivi Noir’s Champagne Glitter Bath (burlesque)
8:45 p.m. Yawn Mower, indie two-piece from Asbury Park
9:30 p.m. Vertical Fixation, aerial artists from Morristown
9:45 p.m. Black Flamingos, surf rock trio from Asbury Park
10:30 p.m. World Premiere of Vivi Noir dance to “Peter Gunn” theme
10:45 p.m. The Paper Jets, power-pop quartet from Lambertville
11:30 p.m. Vertical Fixation
11:45 p.m. Lowlight, roadhouse chic five-piece from Asbury Park
12:30 p.m. Optional Jam
Friday, April 21, 2017. 8 p.m. doors. $15 in advance (https://www.showclix.com/
Saturday and Sunday, April 22nd and 23rd, from 8am to 4pm, Stockton Market, Stockton
We are fortunate to live in such a richly bio-diverse area of the world. Nestled beside this beautiful river, under the sun & the shade of countless trees, our lands offer more medicine, health, food & wisdom than a person could receive in one lifetime. This #EarthDay Weekend, Stockton Market celebrates the land we call home and all the lovely gardeners and farmers within it with a local **Plant Sale**. We’ve invited a few well-loved farms to bring locally grown & organic herbal, vegetable & native plants to sell at the market.
So start dreaming up your gardens! On April 22nd & 23rd, come make these garden dreams a reality with exciting & unique herbal, vegetable & native plants brought to you by Fields Without Fences Herbal Farm, Roots to River Farm & Wild Ridge Plants, LLC Nursery.
And wait, there’s more! Be sure to sign up for our herbal workshop on Saturday hosted by Fields Without Fences & fermentation workshop on Sunday hosted by Red Hill Medical Integrative Family Medicine (Pipersville, PA). Details and RSVP information below.
Saturday, April 22nd from 10am to 12pm, Visual Arts Center of New Jersey, Summit
We will have so many cool things going on! Hands-on workshops, art-making, wildlife and naturalist talks, even drones!
Saturday, April 22nd from 10am to 2pm, The Trenton War Memorial, Trenton
The New Jersey March for Science affirms the guiding statement of the National March for Science (https://
We as scientists, students, teachers, doctors, engineers, and concerned citizens have chosen to March for Science to bring attention to important issues that we see as threatening the safety of our fellow citizens, our state, our national character, and the endeavor of scientific exploration.
-Fact-Based Policies: We demand that our leaders take into account the best available scientific evidence when making their decisions, in particular in the areas of climate change, healthcare, energy policy, public safety, education, and resource management. We reject attempts to silence the voices bringing attention to scientific evidence of the serious problems faced by our society, and we reject politically-motivated attacks on scientific research in any field.
-Free Inquiry: As scientific study requires open exchange of ideas and free association across ethnic, religious, and national lines, we demand that the right to speech, travel, and association be protected to the fullest extent, in keeping with the highest ideals and traditions of the United States. Beyond the damage done to our nation’s scientific and economic output, such policies are violations of our human rights, and should be opposed regardless of their impact on science.
-Education: We demand that public education be protected and strengthened, to provide for our next generation of scientists, engineers, and innovators, as well as for our future artists, writers, and musicians, whose contributions are equally critical for a healthy democracy. The lack of quality education for all American children robs them of opportunities and deprives all of us of the fruits of their talents.
For these reasons, we have chosen to March for Science. We march so that scientific evidence will be taken seriously. We march because our friends and colleagues are being targeted unjustly. We march because we are concerned about the next generation. We hope you will join us on April 22, in Trenton, in DC, or elsewhere. And we hope you will join us afterwards, for all the work that needs to be done.
*The organizers of the New Jersey March for Science are volunteers and are not being compensated in any manner for their time and dedication to this event. Information is shared and disseminated as quickly as possible. Nothing in the information provided is intended to create a contractual relationship and Organizers are merely acting as facilitators to aid in the success of the event. Any person participating in the New Jersey March for Science does so at their own risk and at their own expense. No warranty of any kind, express or implied, are made by the New Jersey March for Science Organizers and Sponsors nor are Organizers and Sponsors liable for any monetary loss, personal injury, cancellation of event or misinformation. Participants release New Jersey March for Science Organizers and Sponsors from any and all legal liability and acknowledge that participation is at their own risk.
Saturday, April 22nd at 10:30am, The Hamilton Club, Paterson
Please join us & Richard Polton, author if the book The Life and Times of Fred Wesley Wentworth: The Architect Who Shaped Paterson, NJ and Its People, for a guided walking tour of Paterson’s historic downtown. Bring your own water and dress comfortably! The tour will meet in front of the Hamilton Club at 32 Church Street, Paterson, NJ 07505. Parking is availiable for a small fee at several municipal parking garages and lots within close walking distance.
THIS IS A FREE EVENT – but please call or email to reserve your place. For more information or reserve your place, please contact the Historic Preservation Commission at: Email: email@example.com, phone: 973-321-1220
Saturday, April 22nd at 4pm, Groovy Graveyard, Asbury Park
Groovy Graveyard’s RSD Rock’n’Riot!! Nothing exceeds like excess… To headline our Record Store Day event April 22, we’re gonna have a double dose of sonic tonic from our rockin thing with two heads… First up, these guys can rock with a capital ARRRRRGH…hi energy hijinx from that one and only family band (take that Partridge Family) The Rock ‘N’ Roll Hi Fives!! Back for their triumphant return to Groovy Graveyard, come howl along with NJ’s cowpunk rustlers and rockabilly fiends, the incomparable Junk Rumblers!!
Record Store Day starts at 10:00AM The Show starts at 4:00 PM Don’t miss!!
Saturday, April 22nd at 6:30pm, Old Canal Inn, Nutley
Rock Hunger Benefiting Nutley Family Services
Saturday, April 22nd at 8pm, The Box Factory, Holmdel
Spinal Ramones. Local Freaks, Misfits and Ramones. Fuck It, I Quit, https://
Saturday, April 22nd at 8pm, Court Tavern, New Brunswick
This is an all ages show with booze upstairs only for 21-and-up only and no booze allowed downstairs, where it will be all ages. But to keep things good n fun upstairs DJ Melo Drama will be spinning the Best of the Melody Bar and more. $10 admission all goes to Elijah’s Promise Community Soup Kitchen and other community programs. The HCMF was founded to raise funding and awareness of food justice issues. We seek to ensure that the benefits and risks of where, what, and how food is grown, produced, transported, distributed, accessed and eaten are shared fairly. Food justice represents a transformation of the current food system, including but not limited to eliminating disparities and inequities. The festival also serves to promote the growing live music scene in New Brunswick, NJ. Curated by Bob Makin of Makin Waves, MyCentralJersey.com and The Aquarian Weekly. Music diversity serves human necessity!
RocknRoll HiFives, www.facebook.com/
The Turnbucklers, www.facebook.com/
Saturday, April 22nd at 9pm, Williams Center for the Arts, Rutherford
The William’s Center continues the recent tradition of bringing craft beer events to Rutherford. Join us on April 22nd for some amazing craft beer offerings as well as a couple of cocktails and wine to sip on while enjoying some great live acoustic music by local musician Joe Whyte. #drinkforgood #thisisrutherford #craftbeer SAP#46566
Saturday, April 22nd at 9pm, Millhill Basement, Trenton
$5 for four awesome bands. Casino Sundae -9pm; Doc Rottens – 10pm; Alpha Rabbit – 11pm; Dinosaur Eyelids – 12pm
Sunday, April 23nd at 4:30pm, The White Eagle Hall, Jersey City
Comedian and Radio Personality from NPR’s Snap Judgment, James Judd is a former member of The Groundlings in Los Angeles and the New Faces at the Hollywood Improv. As a comedian & comedy writer, James worked on many projects, including a critically acclaimed solo show and TV appearances on Star Search & Evening at the Improv. Join us for an evening of hilarious, dramatic and true stories.
Sunday, April 23nd at 7pm, Guitar Bar Jr., Hoboken
Join us and a fabulous group of local musicians and poets for another in a series of fundraisers at Guitar Bar Jr to raise money for organizations that will need our support during the next four years. Our fundraiser for the ACLU in Feb was a huge success, we raised 2300.00, and great fun! This time we’ll be raising money for Planned Parenthood, a nonprofit organization that provides reproductive health care in the United States and globally. and traces it’s roots all the way back to a clinic opened by women’s rights activist Margaret Sanger in 1921.
Our guests include Tammy Faye Starlight, Karyn Kuhl, Jordan Chassan, Glenn Morrow’s Cry For Help, Tracy Stark, Christine Santelli, deena shoshkes, Tiphanie, Dave Calamoneri, Ereni Sevasti, Jaime Della Fave, Eliot Katz, Danny Shot and more to be announced! $15.00 suggested donation (give more or give less but do come) Doors at 6:30, show at 7pm. Seating is limited so come early and bring a chair, pillow or mat if you can!
Sunday, April 23nd at 8pm, Scarlet Bar, New Brunswick
Easter is an interesting Holiday; it celebrates the resurrection of Jesus, so naturally we should eat a bunch of chocolate… OR we can bring our favorite artists back to life and throw a resurrection cover show to pay tribute to them!
Sunday, April 23nd at 8pm, Inkwell Coffee House, Long Branch
We can’t belive the NITA season is almost over!!! Don’t worry, we won’t let the season end without a BANG. Ashley McKinley; Alexander Iannone ((formerly of We’re Ghosts Now)); Meg Cannon; Dan Whitener; Jon Conte. $5 or a nonperishable food donation for the Foodbank of Monmouth & Ocean Counties.
Sunday, April 23nd at 9pm, Muchmore’s, Brooklyn
Sunflower -Indie/psychedelic folk from NJ https://
Monday, April 24th at 7:30pm, The Saint, Asbury Park
MONDAY, April 24th HAGS * A Comedy Show hosted by Joe McAndrew and JC Hendricks Feat. Andy Lawson aka Andy Highroller / Ben DeMarco / Alex Nicholas / Richard Dweck / Adam Simmons / Christian Polanco / Remy Kassimir with Musical Guests: Ruby Bones: Hosted by Joe McAndrew & JC Hendricks, Doors 7:30, $5 at THE SAINT.
Monday, April 24th at 9pm, The Meatlocker, Montclair
STACKED SHOW OF INCREDIBLE BANDS. HAZELI https://
Thursday, April 27th from 3pm to 8pm, Participating Carvel Locations
Carvel is kicking off ice cream season by celebrating their annual Free Cone Day on Thursday, April 27, from 3-8 p.m. Guests who visit participating shoppes will be treated to a FREE junior soft ice cream cone filled with their choice of freshly made vanilla, chocolate or Cookie Butter – Carvel’s newest, limited-time flavor, inspired by the irresistibly creamy, spreadable treat from Biscoff Cookies!
As if getting FREE ice cream doesn’t feel good enough, Carvel is partnering for the sixth year with American Red Cross to spread good will in support of the charity’s annual Giving Day. While supplies last, Carvel will offer a $1 coupon book worth more than $20 in Carvel savings, with all proceeds contributing to Carvel’s donation to the American Red Cross. Including donations this year, total contributions to support disaster relief efforts will exceed $150,000. Make an impact. Donate today: https://www.redcross.org/
Thursday, April 27th at 8pm, Brooklyn Bazaar, Greenpoint
AdHoc Presents Screaming Females; FUTURE PUNX; Snakeskin. TIX: http://ticketf.ly/2n6M3RK. | Brooklyn Bazaar | 150 Greenpoint Ave @ Manhattan | Greenpoint, Brooklyn G-Greenpoint | 8pm | $15+ | all ages
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