You can always check Baristanet’s calendar to find out what’s going on, but Montclair Arts Council also keeps us au courant about a ton of cool music, art, film, literary and cultural events happening each week.
The annual Watchung Plaza Street Fair gets in gear today, Saturday, September 29, at 10 am. Mingle with your neighbors and friends, treat the kids to pony rides, face painting, and more -there’ll be shopping bargains at Plaza stores. Stop by Watchung Booksellers at 1 pm and meet Chief Tommy J. Russo for a book signing of “Street Kid to Top Cop.” At 2 pm, there’s an Artist Signing of Garden Gallery 2008 Weekly Engagement Planner with Sharon Pitts.
The opening last night of Tony Award winning Urinetown at the Studio Playhouse looks like a winner – “a hilarious tale of greed, corruption, love and revolution in a time when water is worth its weight in gold.” Urinetown will have a three-week run.
Today, MFEE sponsors Ropes and Hopes, celebrating the 10th anniversary of the David Greenwald Challenge Course. 11-2 pm at Rand Park.
Don’t forget it’s all happening at the zoo – Free admission today, 10-2pm, at Turtle Back Zoo.

2 replies on “Urinetown And Other Weekend Diversions”

  1. Urinetown was amazing! Congratulations to all involved. The talent on stage at Studio Players is really extraordinary.

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