We will continue to update as we get information on cancellations and date changes.
MAPLEWOOD AND SOUTH ORANGE, NJ - This weekend is full of events, and while some are happening rain or shine, given the weather forecast for heavy rain and winds, many events have rescheduled.
Here's what's on and what has a new date.
Friday, October 2
The Extra Rich in Class Dinner Show is at the Above Restaurant & Bar from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m.
The Seton Village Food Truck & Craft Beer Festival originally scheduled for Friday, will now take place on Wednesday, October 7. 
Saturday, October 3
The Boy Scouts Liberty Jamboree taking place in Liberty Park in Jersey City has been cancelled due to weather concerns.
Maplewood Electronics Recycling has been postponed until Sunday, October 17. Details here.

All Seton Hall Weekend events are on as scheduled. Saturday’s activities on the Green will be moved to inside the Fieldhouse due to the rain. More info here.
Seton Hall Theatre has a free children's perfromance at 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. Details here.
Seton Hall Basketball will play two Intrasquad Scrimmages as part of Seton Hall weeekend. The event is free and begins at noon in the Walsh Gym. The women's basketball team will play first, followed by the men's basketball team.

Walsh Gym is located inside the Recreation Center on campus. Enter the gate off of South Orange Avenue, and ask for directions to the Recreation Center. 

Re-Yard, a Garden Workshop & Party, hosted by Maplewood is Green, the South Orange Green Team, and the Millburn Green Team, will take place at the Rent Party Garden at the Elks Lodge (220 Prospect Street, South Orange) from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. This event will happen rain or shine. If it is raining, it will be moved inside to the Elks Lodge.
The NJ Zombie Walk is POSTPONED until Saturday, October 10. This Asbury Park event beings at noon with pre-zombie activities with the walk commencing at 4 p.m. on the Asbury Park Boardwalk. The parade ends in downtown Asbury Park at the corner of Crookman and Main Street.
Sunday, October 4
The Maplewood Arts Council is hosting an Arts & Culture Summit at The Woodlawn in Maplewood from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Free, but pre-registration is required. More information is here.
There are also activities all weekend long at area NJ farms and hayrides and campfires at the Trailside Nature & Science Center in Mountainside. Call first to make sure there aren't last minute cancellations.
Looking ahead to next week, there's the Health and HarvestFest in Maplewood and a new performance from The Theater Project at the Burgdorff Center, Buyer and Cellar