Top Things To Do This Month: Morris County, September 2014
Join Elmo, Big Bird and all of your favorite characters for a one of a kind show when Sesame Street Live - Lets Dance, comes to the Prudential Center in Newark on September 20 and 21. The fast paced musical adventure comes complete with eye catching scenery, sing-along songs, and important messages for young audiences. For tickets, call (973)757-6200 or log onto www.prucenter.com.
Kids Get Active
Children are welcome to sample great classes and take advantage of great deals during Kids Get Active Day at New York Sports Clubs. The day-long event will be held on September 6 at NYSC locations in Butler, East Brunswick, Livingston, Marlboro, Princeton North, Ramsey, and Nyack. Participants will be able to choose from a wide variety of free classes in everything from basketball, soccer and swim to yoga and dance. Find out more by paying a visit to www.mysportsclub.com/kids.
On September 7 and 14, take an enjoyable and educational trip into the past by climbing aboard one of the Excursion Trains at the Whippany Railway Museum, Whippany. The leisurely 45-minute, 10-mile round trip provides visitors of all ages with an opportunity to view the train and countryside along the historic Whippanong Trail. Trains depart from the Whippany Railway Museum on at 1, 2, 3 and 4pm. For more information, call the museum at (973)887-8177 or visit www.whippanyrailwaymuseum,net.
Mark September 27 on your calendar, as the Princess Breakfast returns to the Imagine That! Children’s Museum, 4 Vreeland Road, Florham Park. One of the museum’s most popular events includes delicious foods and appearances by some of your favorite costumed princesses. Dressing up is encouraged. Reserve your place today by contacting the museum at (973)966-800 or at www.imaginethatmuseum.com.
At The JCC
The Shimon and Sara Birnbaum Jewish Community Center, 775 Talamini Road, Bridgewater, is the place to be on September 7. From 10am-1pm, the 3rd Annual Dog Day Event features a variety of services and products for dogs. Then from 12-3pm, visitors will be able to tour the facility and meet with staff members during an informative Open House. For more information, call (908)725-6994 or visit www.ssbjcc.org.
Donald McDermott is the managing editor.