It’s time to Spring forward with daylight savings time at 2 am Sunday morning!
They’ll be wearing the green proudly throughout En Jay this weekend. You can watch the St. Patrick’s Parade in Morristown beginning at noon at the corner of South and James Streets. At least twenty bands are participating.
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Celebrate the Irish on Sunday at Novel Teas in Red Bank, with traditional Irish music and culture.
Indulge in the fire and passion of the Tango on Friday night at Tango Buenos Aires at State Theatre in New Brunswick.
Loads of cool art and jewelry at the annual Cranbury Crafts show all weekend at the Cranbury Elementary School.
The fabulous Bergen Youth Orchestras presents its 124th performance, aptly named Concert 124 on Saturday night at the Emerson Junior/Senior High School auditorium.
On Saturday, Tony Award winner Brian Stokes Mitchell performs at the Axelrod Performing Arts Center’s Broadway Salute.
The state’s top cake maker, Buddy Valastro of Carlos Bakery in Hoboken hosts Cupcakes For Buddy on Sunday, to promote epilepsy awareness. It’s at Hoboken’s W Hotel, beginning at 3pm, and also features a dozen of the best bakers around.
A garbage dump comes back to life with the Strollers family-friendly musical The Garbage Cantata. Performances begin Friday night at the Burgdorff Center For The Performing Arts in Maplewood.