Events in Freehold tonight have the makings for a memorable night for everyone involved.
The First United Methodist Church on West Main Street will be showing the classic horror film Nosferatu at 7 p.m. Though it is a silent film the movie will be accompanied by theater organist Brittany Montoro just like it was when it first premiered in 1922.
Before the movie starts just down the road the Freehold Elks Lodge will be hosting Pizza Night. For a small fee visitors to the lodge can enjoy made to order pizzas by the Women’s Auxiliary as well as fresh salad to make it a complete meal.
A new tradition in Freehold will also start tonight as iPlay America hosts its first Ultimate Teen Nightlife Experience. From 8 p.m. until midnight teens will be able to enjoy a night of unlimited games, rides and music with an appearance from 92.3 NOW personalities. Parents can drop their kids off or spend the time at City Square Bar & Grill where there will be food and drink specials all night.
The National Weather Service is predicting a cool but clear day across our area with a high temperature of 55 degrees expected during the day with a low of 33 that includes patchy frost after 4 a.m.
To get you in the mood for Halloween today is Frankenstein Day and if you are looking for something to do for dinner it is also World Pasta Day.
On this date in 1760 King George III took the throne in Great Britain after succeeding his grandfather King George II. The United States invaded Grenada on this date in 1983 and three years later the New York Mets won game 6 of the World Series on the famous “Buckner Bobble.”
Famous birthdays include basketball coach Bobby Knight, baseball player Pedro Hernandez and actress Marion Ross. Pablo Picasso was born on this date in 1881 and composer Johann Strauss Jr. was born in 1825.