Montville Township Library's STEAM Program Teaches Teens with Fun

April 25, 2017

MONTVILLE, NJ – Taking a scientific approach to chocolate was the Montville Township Public Library’s STEAM Project for April 5.

STEAM stands for science, technology, engineering, art and math, and the library’s “STEAM Project” program is a way for kids to explore these fields beyond the school atmosphere.

Students in grades 6 through 12 could attend the ...

Montville School of Rock Concert Supports the Montville Educational Foundation

MONTVILLE, NJ - On March 16, the amazing kids who participate in the School of Rock at Montville Township High School, put on a tremendous concert in support of the Montville Educational Foundation (MEF) under the direction of Anthony Sia.  

The night featured music from Led Zeppelin, Duran Duran and Pearl Jam.

The Easter Bunny Visits Montville Township During Annual Egg Hunt

MONTVILLE, NJ - The Easter Bunny rode into Montville Township Community Park on a fire truck on Sunday, April 9, while hundreds of Montville Township children and parents came to greet him.

The Annual Egg Hunt was sponsored by the Montville Recreation Department, with assistance from the Montville Fire Department, the Police Explorers, Responsible, Educated, Adolescents Can ...

Montville Library Hosts Oceans Rock

MONTVILLE, NJ – The Montville Township Public Library hosted “Oceans Rock” on March 29, an informative program for kids that teaches about the ocean.

Presenter Peter Brown taught the audience about the many ways the ocean helps humans.

“What’s common to toothpaste, jam, shampoo, and sushi?” Brown asked. “Seaweed!! Carrageenan is a thickener made ...

Grandmother Writes Book Series About Montville Granddaughters

MONTVILLE, NJ – When Linda Charles Fishman wanted to read to her granddaughters, Reese Fishman and Hayley Edelstein, she was dismayed that the grandmothers in the books always looked old and gray.

As a college professor who teaches writing, she decided to take matters into her own hands and write books about herself and her granddaughters. The result is the book series ...

Lazar Students to Stage Singin' in the Rain Jr. this Week

MONTVILLE, NJ - Lazar Middle School will present Singin’ In The Rain JR. adapted from the classic Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer film Singin’ In The Rain -- which was named the #1 best movie musical of all time by the American Film Institute -- this 80-minute musical features the classic Betty Comden and Adolph Green book with a score by the award-winning duo of Nacio Herb Brown ...

Montville Chinese Community Youth Club Lectures at Library

MONTVILLE, NJ – Four youths from the Montville Chinese Community Youth Club presented a Chinese history lecture at the Montville Township Public Library earlier this month.

Chinese philanthropist Margaret Lam introduced the group, saying that she had arrived in Montville 45 years ago and has been trying to promote Chinese culture ever since, because so many people didn’t understand ...

Montville High School Film Club Finalists in Film Festival

MONTVILLE, NJ – Members of the Montville Township High School Film Club traveled to the Project FX student film festival on March 18 where the club’s film “Chem Club” was one of ten high school film finalists.

The festival, now in its third year, was held at the Count Basie Theatre in Red Bank. Its aim is to “locate and promote the very best in student filmmaking ...

TAPinto CEO Shapiro goes “One on One” with Steve Adubato CEO and Publisher Michael Shapiro appeared on “One on One” with Steve Adubato Thursday night and answered questions about the role of hyperlocal online news media.

The interview was broadcast on WNYY, NJTV and WNET. Adubato closed by saying that “Michael Shapiro, he is on the cutting edge of media.“

Shapiro answered a wide-range of questions about ...

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Rutgers Day 2017 Coming Saturday, April 29

April 25, 2017

Rutgers Day, Rutgers University’s annual welcome and show-and-tell for New Jersey residents of all ages, will take place Saturday, April 29, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The annual event offers more than 600 free performances, demonstrations and interactive activities. Last year, a record crowd of more than 100,000 visitors learned firsthand about the university’s research, teaching ...