5 Favorite Things In and Around Madison, NJ: December 15 - 21

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A Little Princess

Friday, December 15 @ 7 pm, Saturday, December 16 @ 3 & 7 pm, Sunday, December 17 @ 3 pm

Spotlight Kids Company - Madison Ambulance Corps  (29 Prospect Street, Madison, NJ)

Follow Sara on her journey in this musical tale based on the 90's film. See local young performers bring Sara's imaginative world to life!

Tickets - $8 for kids, $12 for adults.

Email skctix@gmail.com for reservations

Sculpted Ice Works

Downtown Chester

Saturday, December 16th, 11 am - 3 pm

Discover amazingly talented ice carvers from Ice Works, who will create dazzling sculpted ice displays right in Downtown Chester.

FREE

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Twas the Night Before Christmas

Papermill Playhouse

Saturday, December 16th, 10:00am

Christmas Eve, 1823. Clem Moore, a newspaper writer, has to write the best Santa Claus story ever. There's only one hitch: he doesn't believe. A wish on the Christmas Star leads to a night of magic, flying reindeer, sugar plum fairies, and a visit from the Jolly Old Elf himself!

Tickets $12.75

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Snow Much Fun

Monday, December 18, 2 - 3:30 pm

Great Swamp Outdoor Education Center, Chatham

Welcome winter with an afternoon celebrating snow! Learn about snow and the animals that thrive in it through a story, craft, and a short walk outside.

Ages 2-6

$3 per child

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Jennifer Chalsty Planetarium @ LSC

Guys, we have an actual, humongous, amazing planetarium in New Jersey now!!!

Get ready to fly through the universe, roam distant planets, and navigate asteroid fields.

Liberty Science Center’s greatest experience yet, the Jennifer Chalsty Planetarium and LSC Giant Dome Theater, is now open! It is the largest and most technologically advanced planetarium in the Western Hemisphere. Only three others in the world—two in Japan and one in China—are bigger.

The new planetarium boasts a resolution of 88 million pixels, a lighting system that can produce over 281 trillion individual colors, and new speakers capable of producing 30,000 watts of digital sound.

Be among the first to experience our 89-foot full-dome view of the night sky and distant galaxies. You’ll also be one of the first to see a beautiful, high-definition recreation of the Orion Nebula prior to its official release at the American Astronomical Society in Washington, D.C., next year. As part of our live show Wonders of the Universe you’ll see the Orion Nebula—one of the crown jewels of the night sky—at a level of detail never before seen.

Click here to see our full list of live planetarium shows, films, and laser shows.