Want to know where we’re going each week so you 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, November 8th, Daddio’s Grill, Toms River
KON SWEETIE AND YTHATK PRESENT
A VERY SPECIAL POP UP.
On November 8th, we will be releasing some very exclusive bootleg action figures and merch. To help kick the release off properly we teamed up with The Clubhouse to throw a banger.
We selected some of our favorite homies to create the soundtrack for the evening.
Come out and get down. Come see what’s happening right under your nose.
MATTYPASQ + DEYBISHOP
THE CLUBHOUSE @ DADDIOS.
10 WASHINGTON ST., TOMS RIVER, NJ. 7PM. ALL AGES. BYOB 21+. $5 DOORS. BRING YOUR MOMS MONEY.
Friday, November 8th, Java Love-Church Street, Montclair
Ever wonder why you can’t make the perfect latte at home? Well Head Barista Jill Keats will be showing you how to do just that! Stop in to Java Love Church Street on Nov. 8th to learn what it takes to make excellent espresso bar drinks at home!
Friday, November 8th, Danny Clinch Transparent Gallery, Asbury Park
Waco Brothers singer/songwriter brings his commie pinko folk protest music alter ego to Asbury Park. Renee Maskin of Lowlight joins in with a set, making for a great night of acoustic music.
Friday, November 8th, Rent Party, Maplewood
Started in 2009, Rent Party is a once a month live music event at The Woodland. The proceeds from these shows help fight hunger in our community. We support three local food pantries. We built and maintain a large community garden on the front lawn of the South Orange Elks that raises fresh produce for the pantries we support. Our BackPack Pals program provides a weekend’s worth of nutritious food to about 100 food-insecure kids in our schools.
Good music. Good cause.
Saturday, November 9th, Pet Shop, Jersey City
Mint 400 Records & Pet Shop Proudly Present:
(Over 30 Bands on 3 Stages) Free 11am-6:30pm
MAIN STAGE (Upstairs)
11:20 The Extensions*
12:00 The Mercury Brothers*
12:40 Rosey Bengal*
1:20 The 65’s*
2:00 Ruby Bones*
4:00 Quality Living*
4:40 Well Wisher *
5:20 Blue Vervain*
6:00 Pioneer The Eel*
ACOUSTIC STAGE (Upstairs)
11:00 Gene Baker*
11:40 Dave Mooney*
12:20 Jerry Lardieri of The Brixton Riot*
1:00 Bug Martin*
2:20 Ryan Levasseur of The Minus Scale*
3:00 Tom Barrett *
3:40 CR Gennone*
4:20 Nicholas Maratta & Jeff Mckeon*
5:40 Scary Hours*
PS WINE BAR (Downstairs)
11:00 The Racer*
12:20 The Ellis Wilkinson Band*
1:00 John Cozz & The Rippers*
1:40 The Clydes*
2:20 Guilty Giraffe*
3:00 The Prids*
4:20 Honey Wild*
5:00 The Furies*
5:40 The Components*
With Special Guest GENE BAKER of Band Nightmares
3143 Management, Rock-It Docket, Pyrrhic Victory Recordings, Neon Peach Records, Sniffling Indie Kids, Come Here Floyd, New Jersey Stage, One More With Brian Erickson, DIY Radio, Makin Waves, Jersey Beat, You Don’t Know Jersey
Saturday, November 9th, West Orange Farmers Market
Join us for our first PUMPKIN SMASH in collaboration with Java’s Compost!
All you have to do is bring your old pumpkins to the Market for a chance to smash them to smithereens on our fun targets!
The pumpkin pieces will then be composted and turned into the nutrient-dense soil our planet loves and needs.
Saturday and Sunday, November 9th and 10th, NJ Aviation Hall of Fame Museum, Teterboro
*** Veterans Day Celebration ***
Veterans and Active Duty Service are FREE
Open Cockpit Weekend at the Museum showcases open cockpits that include a very rare Lockheed Bushmaster, a Convair 880 circa 1958, a M*A*S*H* Bell Helicopter, a Walter Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting truck and the World’s only surviving Martin 202 airliner is on display. This aircraft was operated by TWA beginning in 1950. Additionally, a Coast Guard Helicopter, an OV-01 Mohawk observation plane, and a Cobra Gunship Helicopter are on display but the cockpits cannot be accessed.
The museum is open from 10:00AM to 4:00PM. Access to the museum is included.
For more information, call 201-288-6344 or visit our website www.njahof.org
Thursday, November 14th, FM Bar and Restaurant, Jersey City
DOORS – 8pm
COST – $8
*respect the venue, people, music, & art*
*no hate or harassment will be tolerated*
THIS IS A SAFE SPACE!
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