Saturday October 12th 2013 3:30 pm
Plainsboro Middle School
55 Grover's Mill
Hungarian Folk Music and Dance
Csürdöngölö Hungarian Folk Ensemble
or TTY users call 732.745.3888
by Lantern Light
Friday, Saturday and Sunday
October 18th, 19th & 20th
East Jersey Olde Towne Village
1050 River Road, Piscataway
Free of Charge/Refreshments Served,
Come in Costume!
Children’s Craft Session, Friday,
October 18, 7:00 pm
Children ages 5 – 9 are invited for
special Halloween craft making. They will have the opportunity to
create two different crafts, a Witches Shoe Treat Holder to
decorate and fill with their treats and a Halloween Sand Art Box to create their own boo-tiful sand art on the lid.
Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Friday October 18 & Saturday October
7:00 pm and again at 8:00 pm
Jim Albertson: Spirits, Spooks and
Strangers; a host of things that go bump in the night; Gerry Fierst: Spooky
Tales that capture the magic of Halloween; Dave Emerson: Folk Tales
from Ireland and New Jersey that warm, tickle and chill the heart.
Sunday, October 20, 2:00 pm Ghost
Listen to classic and new ghost stories
suitable for all ages, as presented by actors in period costume from
the Traveling Literary Theater.
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All Programs are offered free of charge
unless otherwise specified.
Please Note: Registration is required for all events,
as space is limited. Please call
registration information and directions to event locations.
Be sure to tell us the name of the program for which you are
registering. Persons with hearing disabilities may call, 732.745.3888 (TTY
users only), or 711, the New Jersey Relay System.
All program sites are ADA compliant.
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On view NOW a remarkable project about the New Deal and the WPA that helped end the Great Depression of the 1930s. So appropriate to today's
WPA poster Got Work? the project poster available to visitors at the Low
House; President Franklin Delano Roosevelt at the microphones
a "Fireside Chat"
that kept the public informed by radio; Trenton Post Office WPA Mural
Work? New Deal/WPA in New Jersey
Lecture Series Part 2
discussing the CCC
Sunday November 3rd,
2:00 pm Register Early!
East Jersey Olde
1050 River Road,
CCC statue in Roosevelt Park,
Sunday, October 6th 2013 1:00pm and 3:00 pm
East Jersey Olde
1050 River Rd
Join us to recognize the many people who
have helped to make the Village a success, enjoy a delightful
reception and "meet" Ulysses S. Grant! Be sure to look at the
schedule and register for the program you wish to attend.
Register for 1:00 pm for
Opening Remarks/Recognition Ceremony/Ulysses S. Grant portrayed by
Larry Clowers/ Reception
Register for 3:00 pm
Ulysses S. Grant (presentation repeated)/ Reception
Music of the Andes
Master Musician, Jose Martinez
Saturday, November 9th, 2013 3:00 pm
Free of Charge/Register Early!
American Indian Center
1701 Perrineville Road Jamesburg/Monroe
Mestizo and indigenous music from
the cultures of Ecuador, Peru and Bolivia, in the Andes region of
Holiday Programs Sunday, December 8th 2013
Olde Towne Village, 1050 River Rd Piscataway
- 2:00 pm ~ Stories & Flavors from Jewish Winters
Rivka Willick brings the stories and flavors of the season with an all new
mix of traditional and modern tales and a tasting of the kosher
treats mentioned in the winter tales.
- 3:00 pm ~ Reception & Tour the Village
- 3:00 pm ~ Children’s Craft Children will create
two different crafts, foam Holiday Stocking to decorate then lace up
the sides and a Happy Snowman Mobile with snowflakes. Appropriate
for children ages 5 – 9. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
3:00~ Dickens-era Caroling Concert with Spiced Punch
The historical vocal
quartet will present 19th century holiday songs
accompanied by guitar, concertina, and whistles.
Programs are without charge but Registration is a MUST
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Programs representing the ethnic traditions and cultures are part of
the Cultural and Heritage Commission's Folklife Program
for New Jersey. It is funded by the NJ State Council on the
Arts/Dept of State, a partner program of National Endowment for the
Arts. We are very proud to receive this prestigious funding.
The Cornelius Low House/Middlesex County Museum and
the East Jersey Olde Towne Village are funded in part
by a GOS grant from the New Jersey Historical Commission/Department
And the Commission is a department of Middlesex County government,
funded by the Middlesex County Board of Chosen Freeholders.
sites are accessible. An Assistive Listening System is
in use and available during all programs. An American Sign Language
interpreter can be provided with a two-week advance request. Wheelchairs are also available upon request at the
Village and Low House for visitors who may need assistance from the
parking lot to the progra
All event dates, times and
locations are subject to change.
Please call for more
For changes due to inclement weather,
on the day of the scheduled program.