Memorial Day Parade 2019
Metuchen Area Chamber of Commerce 92nd Annual Memorial Day Parade May 27, 2019 Dedicated to the honor and support of United States service personnel, especially those gave the ultimate sacrifice and those currently in harm’s way.
Downtown After Hours 2018
Metuchen’s night out was presented by the Metuchen Downtown Alliance. A fun night out in Downtown Metuchen with your significant other, a group of besties, or just fly solo! Metuchen After Hours was an event for everyone. Remember, what happens in Downtown, stays Downtown!
Shakespeare on the Plaza – Romeo & Juliet
On August 24 and 25, 2018, Dragonfly Multicultural Arts Center presented a very special performance of Romeo & Juliet at Shakespeare on the Plaza. Dragonfly Multicultural Arts Center is dedicated to celebrating diversity through arts education, dramatic performances, and creation of new works. Dragonfly is committed to reaching all the diverse communities of Central New […]
Metuchen Farmers Market 2018
The Metuchen Farmers Market is operated by Metuchen Farmers Market Inc., an independent nonprofit created in 2018. The mission of the Metuchen Farmers Market Inc. is to foster responsible local agriculture, independent artisan producers, and healthy sustainable eating, through celebrating access to the freshness and seasonal deliciousness all around us in New Jersey. Previously, from […]
Whole Foods Market Metuchen
Whole Foods Market’s newest New Jersey location in Downtown Metuchen will celebrate its grand opening on Wednesday, October 11. MetuchenLiving was given an exclusive sneak peek. This 45,000 square foot store, located at 645 Middlesex Avenue, will be the first Whole Foods Market in Middlesex County and the 18th location in the Garden State. Doors […]
Metuchen Stands with Charlottesville Against Hatred & Bigotry
On August 13, representatives from the Metuchen Interfaith Clergy Association, local NAACP chapter, and Borough stood in solidarity with Charlottesville. Rabbi Vaisberg, Imam Farhan Siddiqi, Reginald Johnson, Mayor Cammarano, Metuchen Human Rights Commission spoke in front of a crowd by The Martin Luther King Memorial Park in Metuchen. Private individuals, Religious leaders, Democratic Activists of […]
Metuchen Restauranteur Comes Home
Not many people can fathom coming back to their hometown to open not one, but two restaurants – but that’s just what longtime Metuchen resident, Dan Slobodien has done with the grand opening of his latest restaurant venture, Pearl Street Café. Dan Slobodien started his culinary career earning a Cub Scout badge for cooking and […]
Young Metuchen Artist’s Film premieres at Tribeca Film Festival
22-year-old Central Jersey resident Quinn Shephard’s first feature film BLAME will have its world premiere at the prestigious Tribeca Film Festival in April. BLAME is one of ten films chosen for Tribeca’s US Narrative Competition from over three thousand feature film submissions to Tribeca 2017. Chris Messina stars as a substitute drama teacher whose taboo […]
Photography Exhibition About Young New Jersey Farmer To Be Shown at Metuchen Farmers Market
Metuchen, NJ (June 28, 2016) On Saturday, July 16, 2016, from 9 am to 2 pm, the Metuchen Farmers Market will host a pop-up gallery featuring photographs from photographer and writer Kyo and Janna Morishima’s two-year project documenting a young farmer, Helen Chandler, growing vegetables on her farm, Whistling Wolf, in northwest New Jersey. The […]
Junebug Artfest 2016 Final Night
What’s a a perfect way to close the 2016 edition of Junebug Artfest? How about the woman who started it all, a bunch of happy kids and some giant dancing bubbles! Thank you Junebug and thanks Linda! Till next year!