Week in Review: Students to Sing at Radio City, Broadway Comes to West Essex, Cloverleaf Sells Stockings for Sandy Survivors
Here are some of the stories you may have missed this week.
The Madrigal Singers from James Caldwell High School in West Caldwell have been invited to perform at Radio City Musical Hall in New York on Wednesday, Dec. 12.
The Cloverleaf Tavern is hanging stockings up for the holidays to help survivors of Hurricane Sandy. The Caldwell pub and restaurant launched a fundraiser this week in which patrons can personalize a paper stocking for a $5 donation. The stockings will be displayed behind the bar.
Broadway is coming back to the Caldwells. Less than a month after their appearance at The First Presbyterian Church at Caldwell, producer Neil Berg is bringing his Broadway Stars to West Essex Regional High School on Saturday, Dec. 15, at 7 p.m.
Christmas is less than a month away and festively lit trees can be seen peeking through windows around the Caldwells. Town trees will be lit this weekend. Is yours up yet?
In partnership with Unique Photo, Patch is launching a photo contest for the picture that best captures all the things we love about the holiday season. The winners from 10 participating area Patches will then go on to the final round, where the winner will be awarded a $500 gift card to Unique Photo.
Have a question or news tip? Contact editor Teresa Akersten at Teresa.Akersten@patch.com.