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Join us for music at Forest Road Park!
Schedule and other details below


Saturday, Oct. 14, 7 PM

Kate Klim, Golden Dimes

Kate Klim began recording her fourth album, “Something Green,” in 2020 – and finished it from her Nashville home during the pandemic. “It's an album about hope, love, change, and new growth,” says Klim. A review of the 2022 release in Americana Highways praised the “wonderfully composed” songs and “brilliantly upbeat light vocal approach.” Website:


Fanwood's own Golden Dimes band is the collaboration of a group of suburban dads, all lifetime musicians, brought together by fate and love of making music. The band’s songs carry messages of unity, self-awareness, and responsibility. The music is contemporary alt-rock with classic sensibilities, blending keys, guitars and organic drum sounds with vocal harmony. Website:

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Saturday, Nov. 4, 7 PM

Jazz with Anthony Nelson Jr. 

Musician, composer and arranger Anthony Nelson, Jr. ignites fans with his melodic originality, fusing together jazz’s classic tranquility, gospel’s spirituality, funk’s rougher edges and neo-soul’s undeniable velvet ease. A saxophonist, flautist, clarinetist and bass clarinetist, Nelson will be joined for this show by Matthew Parish on acoustic bass and Vince Ector on drums. Website:

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IMPORTANT NOTE: Our usual venue at the Carriage House (Patricia M. Kuran Cultural Arts Center) remains under construction, so ALL OUR FALL SHOWS will take place at the community building in Forest Road Park. For GPS: 200 Forest Road, Fanwood, NJ

RSVP to save your seats!

We can't sell advance tickets - But if you'd like us to save seats for you, please email us and let us know how many:

(Seats are not assigned - it's first come, first pick - but we'll save seats for reservation-holders until the 7 p.m. showtime.)

Admission: Suggested donation $15 adults / $10 seniors, students, CASH ONLY at the door. Light refreshments will be available at intermission.

The Fanwood Performance series is a presentation of
Mayor Colleen Mahr and the 
Fanwood Borough Cultural Arts Council.

This arts program is made possible in part by a
HEART (History, Education, Arts Reaching Thousands) Grant
from the Union County Board of County Commissioners

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