Art at the Esplanade

Come discover fine artists and artisans in the lovely town of Mountain Lakes, NJ at the juried arts & craft show. Shop directly from emerging and established artists at this open-air event for original paintings, pottery pieces, jewelry, sculpture and more. Hours: 11AM to 5PM - Free admission

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  1. Julie Naegelen
  2. aate2018@gmail.com
Sun, June 24
11:00 am — 5:00 pm
Add to My Calendar 06/24/2018 11:00am 06/24/2018 5:00pm America/New_York Art at the Esplanade

Come discover fine artists and artisans in the lovely town of Mountain Lakes, NJ at the juried arts & craft show. Shop directly from emerging and established artists at this open-air event for original paintings, pottery pieces, jewelry, sculpture and more. Hours: 11AM to 5PM - Free admission

11 Elm Road Mountain Lakes, NJ 07046

11 Elm Road
Mountain Lakes, NJ 07046

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Ayres/Knuth Farm Makes Pathways of History Tour, Sept. 22-23

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Rutgers President Barchi Staying 2 More Years

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Research Opportunity for Breast Cancer Survivors

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We are ...

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‘Buried Child’ draws on chilling family secrets via Shepard

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The actors live in their roles as ...

'Age of Innocence' captures Wharton's 1870s New York

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'Brick City' takes on high school angst

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By LIZ KEILL

UNION, NJ – Premiere Stages at Kean University presents a new play by Nicole Pandolfo. “Brick City” is an exploration of two seniors in high school and their search for meaningful lives, while their teacher/mentor, Veronica, is also turning her life around.

There are a number of loose ends in ...