A number of great to-dos to do this weekend, with Father's Day on Sunday and the continuation of LGBT Pride month.
Bhakti Barn Yoga in Millburn is offering free yoga for all dads out there, while Express Yourself Studios in Maplewood has a wonderful pizza and pottery workshop that papas and their kids can sign up for.
Congregation Beth El in South Orange hosts an ice cream social for LGBT Pride month on Saturday, with both members and non-members encouraged to join in the fun. Friday evening, St. George's Episcopal Church will be having a special movie screening of the acclaimed comedy The Kids Are All Right, starring Annette Bening, Julianne Moore, and Mark Ruffalo.
Other big goings-on over the next three days include Millburn's Sidewalk Sale Days on Millburn Avenue, Essex and Main Streets. The South Mountain Conservancy is calling for volunteers to help with their monthly Forest Regeneration, Weeding and Trail Repair efforts Sunday morning. Maplewood Memorial Library will be having an opening reception for their very special exhibit of the David Coble Collection, Fierce Creatures. And St. George's Episcopal Church will be commemorating Juneteenth this Sunday morning, following normal services.
Here's the full scoop:
- : The Oscar-nominated and Golden Globe winning comedy starring Annette Bening and Julianne Moore as same-sex parents, with Mark Ruffalo as the sperm-donor dad, will be shown on the third floor of the Resource Center at Saint George's Episcopal Church this Frida evening. Fresh popcorn and a beverage will be served. Bringing your own dinner is also encouraged. Free, Friday, 7:00pm (movie starts at 7:30pm), Maplewood
Donald Pun lives in Maplewood and posts the event round-up column here each weekend. Previously, he was a regular contributor for the NY Times' Maplewood, South Orange, and Millburn Local blog section.