Looking for something to do this weekend? We've got you covered. Check out our complete list of great events and fun things do right here in the great Garden State!

Join New Jersey 101.5's Big Joe Henry and the Jersey Prize Team as he broadcasts live from Spicy Cantina in Seaside Heights for the 27th Annual Polar Bear Plunge on Saturday, February 22nd! The Polar Bear Plunge benefits the Special Olympics New Jersey, which provides year-round sports training, competition, leadership opportunities & health screenings to the athletes. Visit plungeseaside.org for more information and to register for the 2020 Polar Bear Plunge!

Join New Jersey 101.5's Dennis Malloy at the 2020 New Jersey Home & Garden Show at the New Jersey Convention & Exposition Center in Edison on Saturday, February 22nd at Noon! The 31st Annual New Jersey Home & Garden Show returns to the New Jersey Convention Center in Edison February 21st through 23rd. Get inspired with over 200 exhibits with products and services for every home owner, hundreds of experts and thousands of ideas including a garden showcase, tiny house, and painting classes at New Jersey's largest Home & Garden Show! Meet Doug Williams from TLC's Trading Spaces! This year, stop by the New Jersey 101.5 table and enter to win an Amish Mike Shed valued at $2,720!

Feb 22, 2020 (Dennis)Feb 21, 2020 - Feb 23, 2020NJ Convention and Expo Center97 Sunfield Ave., Edison, NJ 08837 United States

Guests will enjoy jazz entertainment in partnership with the South Jersey Jazz Society, art activities for children, balloon sculptures by The Balloon Lady, a silent auction and a light buffet. There is no charge for the Love the Arts event; however, donations are gratefully accepted. If planning to attend, please call and ask for Kathleen Arleth or email with names and contact information. The Greate Bay County Club is a handicapped accessible facility; please contact the Arts Commission for any special accommodations at least two weeks prior to the event.

In celebration of the 91st anniversary of the inaugural run of the Blue Comet train, join us at the Central Railroad of New Jersey Terminal for Blue Comet Day! Journey back in time to learn about the trail of the famous Blue Comet all the way to its final destination of Atlantic City. Presenters, displays, and All Aboard!, a children's program about trains, will all be on the schedule for Blue Comet Day. For more information or to register for the All Aboard! children's program, please call and dial x202 or via email.

Join GFS Horticulturist Janis Napoli for a closer look at the variety of berries and evergreens that make Grounds For Sculpture unforgettable in the winter season during this hour-long tour. Price includes park admission: $10 Member, $20 Non-Member.

The Roosevelt String Band returns in celebration of Morven’s exhibition Dreaming of Utopia: Roosevelt, New Jersey to present an encore performance with songs to warm the heart including Bill Withers

The 31st Annual New Jersey Home Show at the New Jersey Convention Center in Edison will spotlight more than 200 remodelers, contractors, interior designers, landscapers and kitchen/bath designers. In addition to seeing the latest outdoor furniture styles and spa equipment and learning how to improve their home's curb appeal, visitors will hear design tips from experts on the Main Stage, attend painting classes and enjoy the work of artisans and craftsmen. Guests can bring personal treasures for free appraisal by Bodnar's Auction staff. The Cooking Stage, presented by www.JerseyBites.com, will feature live cooking demonstrations. Tickets: $10 for everyone 16 and older. Children under 16 FREE. Buy online and save.

Feb 21, 2020 - Feb 23, 2020New Jersey Convention & Exposition Center97 Sunfield Ave., Edison, NJ 08837

Enjoy sampling of a variety of chilis, two beer tickets and two voting ballots. Proceeds benefit the 2020 St. Patrick's Day Parade. Performances by Daly's Irish Dancers and Pipe bands. Purchase tickets or register to compete by visiting the booking website. Tickets $30.

NYC comedians Gideon Hambright and Patrick Hastie stop by Raritan Bay Brewing Co. for a night of standup comedy. Hosted by fellow Iowan turned New Yorker, Michael Good. Tickets are $20 at the door or online. 8:00 pm.

Relax and enjoy meeting new friends while you explore your inner artist! Create your own beautiful painting using acrylic paint on canvas. Our Art on the Farm painting event will be led by an experienced local artist utilizing techniques that make the class exciting for all level artists. Includes: art instruction and supplies. This event runs from 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm. Registration is required. Seating is limited. Please note this is an adults only event. Wine will be available for purchase and tastings provided by Tomasello Winery on site.

Come celebrate Mardi Gras - New Orleans Style - at Laurita and enjoy a weekend full of fun, laughter and wonderful memories! Break out your costumes, dust off your masks, and get your dancing shoes on because that's what you'll be doing with live, upbeat music. For more information visit our website.

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Many birds are losing nesting habitat in our area everyday. Learn how you can help many bird species have a nest and raise young in your own backyards. Carriage House. Snow cancels. Free.

Take part in our salute to General George Washington, and learn more about the country's first president. Special appearances will be made by local militia. The day will be filled with 18th-century music, demonstrations and crafters. Please visit our website or call for more information. This event is presented by the Passaic County Board of Chosen Freeholders.

The year is 1930-the place Ybor City (Tampa) Florida. It is here where a Cuban-American family impatiently await the arrival of a new lector whose job is to read books aloud to the factory workers as they earnestly hand roll cigars. When Juan Julian, the lector, arrives and reads Tolstoy’s infamous love story of Anna Karenina, the workers as well as the family, connect the story to their own lives. Some workers want to give up the tradition of the lector, but the culture of a lector is a custom that this immigrant family will not abandon. Adultery, money issues and the potential for violence begins to erupt as the women in this close-knit family question what it is to live and what it means to be in a relationship. As for the men, they remain totally bewildered. Join us and hear how Nilo Cruz, winner of a Pulitzer Prize for this play, weaves his own poetry with Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina. When it is all said and heard- you won’t be the same.

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