Weekly Roundup! (4/9-4/15)


By: Alyssa


As we enter the spring season, there is so much more to do in our wonderful town of Summit, and surrounding towns of Summit. Here’s the latest update on what is going on this week!

Monday, 4/9: Start your week off with a fun wine and painting night with family, or friends at Pinot’s Palette. The painting for this session is called “Sapphire Moon” - Pinot’s Palette is located at 96 Summit Avenue in Summit, and is scheduled to last from 7pm-9pm. For more information and to register, visit: www.pinotspalette.com

Tuesday, 4/10: Woohoo! - Spring Classes begin today at The Connection in Summit at 5am. The Connection is located at 79 Maple Street, and offers various activities for your children, younger siblings, and any child you know! For more information, visit: www.theconnectiononline.org

Wednesday, 4/11: From 3pm-5pm, The Summit Free Library is hosting a scavenger hunt for children! The Summit Free Public Library is located at 75 Maple Street in Summit. For more information, visit: www.summitlibrary.org

Thursday, 4/12: At 7pm The Museum of Early Trades & Crafts presents, “Trackside: Stories of New Jersey’s First Railroad! This event is an informative show, and is located at 9 Main Street in Madison. For more information, visit: patch.com

Friday, 4/13: The Oaks Center of Summit, located on 120 Morris Avenue presents Agatha Christie’s “And Then There Were None.” This dramatic play starts at 3:45pm, and is not one to miss! For more information, visit: patch.com

Saturday, 4/14: Reeves Reed Arboretum is hosting their fun and educational “Discovery Saturday.” This event is from 9am-1pm, and offers exploration of nature, animals, and several other activities! For more information, visit: patch.com

Sunday, 4/15: Are you looking for a wonderful deed to fulfill to your community? This event will be perfect for you! Starting at 10am, The American Legion in New Providence, located at 357 Elkwood Ave is hosting an event to donate old books, or unwanted books! They are also collected CD’s and DVD’s that those from our community no longer want. patch.com