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Arts Institute of Middlesex County Events for June 2023

originally published: 06/05/2023


Arts Institute of Middlesex County Events for June 2023

The Arts Institute of Middlesex County is presenting, promoting, and supporting a multitude of arts and culture events, exhibitions, and shows throughout the month of June. These events are free to enjoy for all County residents and beyond.

June’s event highlights include:

Celebrate Middlesex County: Come one come all on Saturday June 10 at Roosevelt Park in Edison, to celebrate all that Middlesex County has to offer and learn about programs and services that the County offers year-round! At this event, residents can enjoy local food vendors, live music and performances, games and activities, touch-a-truck, roller skating, arts and crafts, historical interpreters, and much more. The Arts Institute of Middlesex County will also be showcasing arts and crafts, like henna art and facepainting, with local arts organizations for every member of the family to enjoy.

Juneteenth Freedom Day Festival: Join the NAACP Metuchen Edison Area Branch for their Juneteenth Freedom Day Festival on June 10 from 12:00pm to 6:00pm at Papaiananni Park (100 Municipal Boulevard, Edison). Come out for a day of family friendly activities, a classic car & auto show, live performances, fireworks, food trucks and non-food vendors!

Succession Planning - The Roadmap: Calling all cultural professionals and leadership! The Non-Profit world is experiencing a brain drain with Board leadership, Executive Directors, and Key staff leaving their organizations. Some reasons are planned retirement, recovering from Covid, embracing work-life balance, and other reasons resulting in emergency transitions. This interactive workshop on Succession Planning, hosted by Pat Bohse, will cover what this plan is, how to get ready, conducting the search, and onboarding of the new individuals. This event will take place June 14 from 2:00pm to 4:00pm on Zoom, you can register for the event here.

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The Price of Silence: The Forgotten Story of New Jersey’s Enslaved People: Join the Lost Souls Public Memorial Project, on June 14 at 6:30pm at the New Brunswick Performing Arts Center, for a screening of a two-part documentary detailing the history of enslaved people here in New Jersey.

Juneteenth Flag Raising & Celebration: Come join the third Annual Juneteenth Celebration and Flag Raising Ceremony in partnership with The County Chapters of NAACP, City of New Brunswick, Middlesex County Commissioners, and several Community Partners on June 16, from 3:00pm to 6:00pm. Help us paint a mural designed by Fine Arts muralist Louie Blaka in the intersection of Liberty Street, Livingston Avenue, and George Street from 10 am to 5 pm.  Meet us at the Middlesex County Administration Building for the flag raising then proceed over to the front of the New Brunswick Performing Arts Center for a special Juneteenth Celebration with dignitaries and performances from Middlesex County artists.

Juneteenth Parade and Festival: Come out for the Vulcan Pioneers of New Brunswick Juneteenth Parade and Festival on June 17 from 11:00am – 4:00pm at Recreation Park (7 Pine Street, New Brunswick). The day we will be filled with family friendly activities, cultural performances, food trucks, Greeks Step and Stroll performances, and a special showcase celebrating of 50 Years of Hip Hop!

Caribbean American Heritage Celebration: Celebrate Caribbean American Heritage month at the Elk Club of New Brunswick on June 22 at 5:30pm. Enjoy an evening of networking, light refreshments, live music, and dancing!

6th Annual Recitation of Names: Join the Lost Souls Public Memorial Project on June 24 at 11:00am, at the East Brunswick Community Arts Center for the 6th Annual Recitation of Names as we honor the memory of the 137+ Lost Souls.

Metro Gathering Mega Event - Greetings from New Jersey: A Postcard Journey: This Father’s Day weekend, join the world’s largest treasure hunt! Geocaching is the original, reality-based treasure hunt using global positioning system (GPS). If you have a smartphone, you can geocache. Whether you are in the area seeking the numerous caches, interested in meeting new friends, or just need a place to unwind and relax, this is your opportunity. Come to the event to learn more. Enjoy everything else the Village has to offer including historical exhibits, living history interpreters, food trucks, and crafts. Also be sure to check out the Liberty Baseball Club of New Brunswick taking on the Flemington Neshanock team in the annual Father's Day Vintage Baseball Game at Liberty Grounds Base Ball Field. The whole family can catch a doubleheader and see baseball the way it was played in the 1800s by using reproduction uniforms, equipment, and rules. Bring a blanket or a chair and cheer on the Liberty! It’s fun for the whole family!

Throughout the month of June, visit Middlesex County's website for full details on all the events listed above and many more! Registration details and links to live stream events are available.

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