5 Favorite Things In and Around Madison, NJ: June 15 - June 21
As we approach the end of the school year, it's time to have some fun...just in time to celebrate all the Dads out there!! Happy Father's Day, everyone!
Friday, June 15, 8 pm
The fourth annual edition of this Garden State showcase features the work of five of New Jersey’s best up-and-coming choreographers.
After an open submission process, chosen artists are mentored year-round by some of the modern dance world’s leading choreographers. These world premiere performances will be shared for the first time with NJPAC audiences.
Father's Day Glassblowing Class
Sunday, June 17, 10 am
Morris County School of Glass, Morristown
Spend a little quality time with your father this year doing something different- help dad make a special man mug.
Feel free to buy a session for yourself.
Bow Tie Cinemas Summer Kids Series
Starting Tuesday, June 19 - August 15
Select Bow Tie Cinemas (see website for locations)
Bow Tie Cinemas presents free screenings of popular kids flicks as part of their Summer Kids Series. Locations include Hoboken, South Orange, Bergenfield and Montclair.
Tickets are available on a first-come, first served basis and movies are subject to change without notice. The planned schedule is as follows:
- June 19-20: The Angry Birds Movie
- June 26-27: The Emoji Movie
- July 3-4: Trolls
- July 10-11: Ferdinand
- July 17-18: Captain Underpants
- July 24-15: Boss Baby
- July 31- August 1: Smurfs- The Lost Village
- August 7-8: King Fu Panda 3
- August 14-15: Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2
Father's Day Hike
Sunday, June 17, 10 am - Noon
Pyramid Mountain, 472 Boonton Avenue, Montville
Spend the morning on the trails celebrating Father’s Day, and visit some famous ‘rock stars’ in the park.
Cost: $1 per person. Preregistration is required. To register, 973.334.3130.
Father's Day Geocaching
Great Swamp Environmental Center, Chatham Township
Sunday, June 17, 10:30 am - Noon
Geocaching is a great outdoor activity for families. Use a GPS unit and a map to locate hidden treasures, called ‘caches,’ along the trail. All materials are provided.
Ages 7 and up