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What’s Going On In Franklin Township This Super Bowl Weekend?

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FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP, NJ - Looking for something to do this weekend? Want to see a free jazz concert? Maybe you’d rather go to a free beer tasting. 

Well, you can do all that and more right here in town. 

Check out TAPinto Franklin Township’s roundup of some of the best things to do close to home.  

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Friday, Feb. 2

Villagers Theatre - Peter and the Starcatcher (Opening Night!)

Tony-winning Peter and the Starcatcher upends the century-old story of how a miserable orphan comes to be The Boy Who Would Not Grow Up (a.k.a. Peter Pan). Click here for more details.

Saturday, Feb. 3

Franklin Township Public Schools 

The Sampson G. Smith Players present Willy Wonka Junior! For more information or to purchase tickets ($8 each), please email SGSTickets@gmail.com. Tickets may be sold out to this hot show, but you can click here for more details and information on other dates.

The freshman Franklin Warrior boys team is undefeated and they will be playing Somerville at 10:00 a.m. at the school. The JV team will play at 11:30 a.m. and the Varsity team will play at 1 p.m. 

Sunday, Feb. 4 

Franklin Township Public Library 

The public is invited to a free blues concert with SaRon Crenshaw and his band, at 2 p.m. Click here for details. 

Super Bowl Sunday

Before you head out for your Super Bowl party, you might want to gas up at Wawa of Somerset and grab a cup of FREE coffee

PJ Cavanaughs

We're gonna be going crazy here @ #PJCavs for #SuperBowl52, are you gonna join us? Come watch with us & get amazing deals on drinks, access to our special #NFL food menu, a FREE shot of Fireball whenever the #Eagles score, and more! 

The Bottle Republic

The Bottle Republic will also have a beer tasting on Sunday in addition to special giveaways all weekend. 

TAPinto Franklin Township would like to remind people to drive safely and remind them that the Sheriff's Office DWI Enforcement Team will be out in full force to ensure the safety of all Somerset County residents.

Top Ten Things to do in Somerset County: 

 

Weekend Top 10: 2.2 to 2.4

 

1. Paul Taylor Dance Company, Theatre at RVCC

2. Peter and the Starcatcher – Opening Weekend, Villagers Theatre

3. BernARTSville Art Walk & Artist Reception, Studio 7 Fine Art Gallery

4. The Improvables, Watchung Arts Center

5. Nature Through a Child’s Eye Exhibit (Final Weekend), EEC

6. Introduction to Organic Gardening, Duke Farms

7. Laser Hollywood, RVCC Planetarium

8. Free Concert – Joshua Breakstone’s “Cello Quartet”, Bernardsville Public Library

9. Free Children’s Concert – Around the World, Bridgewater Raritan High School

10. Bernardsville Through the Years Photo Exhibit, Bernardsville Public Library

 

http://visitsomersetnj.org/weekend-top-10/

 

If you know of any events in town please contact the editor at mlyons@tapinto.net.

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