3 to 7 PM Saturday May 19th

Randolph Township Community Center and Library Complex
28 Calais Road, Randolph, NJ 07869
Overflow Parking location: Heistein Park
(40 Doby Road, Mendham, NJ)
Shuttle service will be provided


Brendan Fletcher of THE VOICE draws inspiration from his childhood summers spent on the Jersey Shore, his family, heartbreak, and his journey to find his unique voice.

Brendan’s pure sound and authentic presence onstage captivates audiences, transcending popular music today with the power of his voice and guitar.


COME MEET FROGGY from the beloved children's book series, listen to stories and participate in "Froggy" fun activities.

Jonathan London is the creator of more than 20 books about the lovable and enduringly popular character Froggy. He is also a poet and a novelist. He burst on the children’s book scene in 1992 with the publication of three picture books.


A vintage caravan, a bookmobile of Lilliputian proportions, displays a collection of more than 350 tiny books hand-made by 170 artists and writers from around the world. Includes a hands-on bookmaking workshop.

We believe creativity can change lives by building self-confidence, harnessing imagination, helping to practice problem-solving, and bridging differences.

Ken Galipeau

Award winning children's songwriter, performer and storyteller KEN GALIPEAU will delight kids and adults alike with his humorous and energetic performance!

Ken Galipeau is a collector of stories, songs and poems that touch our hearts and funny bone. Ken has put poems to music and has written songs and stories. He has been a featured teller at New Jersey Storytelling Festival, and Tellebration events.

Randolph Arts in the Park

A festival dedicated to showcasing visual, literary and performing artists who are all apart of our local community. Our intention is to bring awareness to the many talents located in and around Randolph, and attention to the Arts as a whole. The festival is completely Free of charge and invites all local friends and family to  come join us!

This exciting event will feature local talent in a juried visual art show, musical and dance performances, as well as author readings and book signings. This free festival will not only allow local artists to showcase their talents, but will also give our community the opportunity to come together to celebrate the arts and find out what is happening creatively in Randolph and Morris County.  Artworks Studio is the proud recipient of a local arts grant through Morris Arts, a partner of The New Jersey State Council on the Arts.

Food Vendors

Colonial Grill Food Truck, Playa Bowls and Sweet Ali’s Confections will be in the food court area, and water and candy will be for sale from Friends of Artworks Studio. 


Event t-shirts will be available for sale for $15 at the main info tent (supplies limited – come early!).


Parking will be on-site or in the overflow parking lots at Heistein Park on Doby Road in Randolph, which will have continuous shuttle bus service to and from the festival. 


Randolph arts in the park sunshine performance schedule

Shine Schedule

Library Schedule:
3:15 - 3:45 Alison Beattie (Poet)
4:00 -4:45 Ken Galipeau (singer & storyteller)
6:00-6:30 Marie Pfeifer (children's author)
6:30-7:00 Mike Moran (author)

Community Center Stage:
3:00-3:30 Karen Kamenetsky
3:30-4:00 Nick Saunier
4:30-5:00 Gabby Toledo
6:00-6:45 Mike Agranoff

Gazebo Stage:
3:00 -3:45 Songwriter Christopher Scott Welch & Friends
4:00-4:45 Galactus Cactus Band
5:00-5:45 Brendan Fletcher
6:00- 6:45 No Strings Attached (Quartet)

Rain schedule

Rain schedule

Library Schedule:
3:15 - 3:45 Alison Beattie (Poet)
3:15-3:45 Karen Kamenetsky
4:00 -4:45 Ken Galipeau (singer & storyteller)
6:00-6:30 Marie Pfeifer (children's author)
6:00-6:30 Nick Saunier
6:30-7:00 Mike Moran (author)

Community Center Stage:
3:00-3:30 Songwriter Christopher Scott Welch & Friends
3:45 - 4:15 Galactus Cactus
4:30 -5:00 - Gabby Toldeo
5:00 -5:45 Brendon Fletcher
6:00 -6:30 Mike Agranoff
6:30 -7:00 No Strings Attached (Quartet)

randolph arts in the park literary arts poems author readings

Literary Schedule

Literary Reading Schedule:
3:15 - 3:45 Alison Beattie (Poet)
4:00 -4:45 Ken Galipeau (storyteller)
6:00-6:30 Marie Pfeifer (children's author)
6:30-7:00 Mike Moran (author)

Something for All Ages

Something for All Ages

Juried Visual Art Show
Live Performances and readings
“Froggy” photo op and storytime
The Creativity Caravan’s “Tiny Book Show” and tiny bookmaking activity
Artworks Studio “Gyoku” Fish Prints
Art Immersion “Selfie” Rooms
Rainbow Arm Painting ($2)
Quiet Room with video featuring Randolph
And more!

Sponsors Help Support the Festival

The Music Den
Ella Ravin Coldwell Banker