It’s shaping up to be an artsy weekend in Baristaville: Tonight you’ll find poetry at Watchung Booksellers, cabaret night at MHS, “Philemon” premiering at 4th Wall and live music at Unity Montclair’s campaign kickoff party (no speeches, we’re told, just rock ‘n roll).
Also this weekend, celebrate the 10th birthday of “The Vagina Monologues,” check out the West Orange Arts Council’s Arts Expo and Deb Maclean’s hilarious one-woman show at Piano’s. When Sunday rolls around, catch the action at the Walk-Scoot-and-Bike-a-Thon to raise money for the All Children’s Playground at Edgemont Park (their calendar listing says it all: “There will be baked goods.”)
Coming up next week…


…there’s cool networking event for musicians on Monday and the Annual Taste of Essex on Tuesday.

One reply on “Music, Poetry, Theater, Baked Goods — It Doesn’t Get Much Better”

  1. I absolutely recommend going to the Ridgewood Avenue School to see the Glen Ridge HS production of “Pippin.” (It’s on the Baristanet calendar.) I went last night and was blown away! Congratulations to an amazing cast and crew, and to director Garth Kravits.

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