October 2, 2021
Used Book Sale 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Annual Library Friends Used Book Sale to benefit our Hackettstown Library.
Saturday from 9 to noon.
Location: Church Street, Hackettstown
Gently used paperback and hard cover books will be on sale.
Our collection includes children’s books, as well as fiction, cooking, and other non-fiction covering a range of subjects.
The House of the Good Shepherd 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
The House of the Good Shepherd at 798 Willow Grove St is hosting a Tricky Tray to raise funds to expand our River Walk along the Musconetcong. Discounted pre-purchased bundles available through our website www.hotgs.org/foundation. There is no cost to attend but we request you register at www.hotgs.org/events. There's still time for businesses to donate product and/or gift baskets! Contact Maureen Cameron at firstname.lastname@example.org or 908-684-5952 for more information.
Mac and cheese Dinner or Italian Hotdog 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Mac and cheese with diced ham a buttered dinner roll and beverage $10.95 plus tax or
A Traditional Italian Hotdog with potatoes, peppers and onions stuffed in fresh Pizza bread with a beverage $8.75 plus tax at Tony's Luncheonette located on RT 57 in Mansfield NJ across from Bottle King. Call to RSVP #908-852-5962. Dinners change weekly.
Portrait of a Queen 8:00 pm
The Queen of Soul - Aretha Franklin taught us how to “Think” and demand “Respect” – while “Ridin’ on the Freeway!” Portrait of a Queen, featuring the Voice of the Century Cece Teneal, is a dynamic musical production that will have you on the edge of you seats from start-to-finish.
Contact Centenary Stage Company at 908-979-0900 or visit centenarystageco.org for more information. CSC is located at 715 Grand Avenue in Hackettstown, NJ.
Curtain Up! Portrait of a Queen 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Portrait of a Queen, featuring the Voice of the Century Cece Teneal, is a dynamic musical production that will have you on the edge of you seats from start-to-finish. This show will energize you with the many life lessons imparted through Aretha Franklin’s 50+ year musical legacy.