Thursday, March 9, 7pm
A Night of Music and Art Presented by the Transformations Gallery
Old Franklin Schoolhouse and Transformations Gallery present a night of music and art featuring Renee Maskin (special pre-record release performance), Afraid Brigade, Joe Galuppo, and Lance Scott Greene. There will be performances, artwork and crafts for sale, and signature cocktails by members of Lowlight. No cover. $10 suggested donation.
Saturday, March 11, 7 pm
Paynter Brothers in Concert
Scott and Will Paynter return to the Old Franklin Schoolhouse. Scott Paynter has literally traveled the world over the last three decades as the front man of Jah Works and a solo artist, proving at every stop along the way why he is one of the most-respected reggae singers of his generation and leader of one of the tightest American reggae bands ever. He’s shared bills with just about every classic reggae star alive today and was one of the founders of the independent record label Riddim House, which has released Jah Works’ records as well as releases from acts such as Can’t Hang, Full Hundred and others. $10 suggested donation for the band.
Sunday, March 12, 4 pm
Snowflake Series featuring Sweetbeatz
Join us for the final concert in the 2017 Snowflake Series! Sweetbeatz will perform "soulful tunes" for kids. Tickets $5 at the door. Generously supported by Metuchen Arts Council, Borough Improvement League, and Great Play of Metuchen. $5 at the door.
Join us on Saturday, March 25th for our 6th Annual Brainy Borough Chili Challenge! Taste over a dozen chilis - some traditional, some wild, all delicious. We sell only 100 tasting tickets to the public and all proceeds provide a scholarship to a MHS student pursuing a career in education, medicine, or social work. This is our organization's 87th year of supporting our local students and we hope to continue for many more.
Friday, March 31, 6:30 pm signup, music 7 pm
Metuchen Open Mic Night
Metuchen Open Mic Night! The official gathering spot for fans and performers at this fun monthly evening. All forms of expression welcome!