Union County Weekender: Must See in U.C.
Looking for a four-legged best friend? Maybe a late night swim with a DJ playing party music or attending a Township Festival? It’s all happening this weekend in Union County.
This weekend has something for everyone, from enjoying a symphony orchestra to learning about a Venus Fly Trap Plant. Heights Fest 2012 will be celebrated in Berkeley Heights and the entertainment including eight bands, fireworks and much more.
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There’s always something fun to do in Union County.
This concert will be conducted by David Gilbert and will feature musicians of all ages. The free concert will be held at Jonathan Dayton High School. Free – 8 p.m. – Springfield
The Clark Community Pool is hosting a late night swim with a DJ to get the party started. The music will be poolside and all are welcome. Free – 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. – Clark
Little Shop of Comics will host a board game night and all are welcome. Challenge your family and friends to an evening of fun. Minors must be accompanied by an adult. Free – 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. – Scotch Plains
The Reeves-Reed Arboretum will host a discovery Saturday to learn all about the Venus Fly Trap. Did you know that this was the first plant thought to be carnivorous? Everyone is invited to experience the Venus Fly Trap and understand this unique plant. Free for RRA Members - $5.00/child for non – members – 9 a.m. – Summit
Berkeley Heights will host Heights Fest 2012! at Mt. Carmel Field. This festival will include music, Bag Pipe and Drum Corps, Garden State Fireworks, Governor Livingston Reunion Groups, food and much more. Rain date for this event will be Sunday, August 5th. Cost is $19.99 per person – 4 p.m. to midnight – Berkeley Heights
Reigning Cats & Dogs Salon is hosting a Best Friend Dog & Animal Adoption, Inc. – Dog Adoption Day. Donations of dog or cat food are gratefully accepted. Stop by and see if your new best friend is waiting to go home with you. Free – 1 p.m. – Westfield.