Location and Directions

Directions to the Venue

The Fair Lawn Community Center is located at 10-10 20th Street, Fair Lawn, NJ 07410
By CAR
  • From New York City:
George Washington Bridge to Route 4 West. Continue to Route 208 North. Exit at Fair Lawn Avenue East. Make a right onto 20th Street and follow to the end of the road.  The building (pictured at right) will be in front of you.
  • From South or North:
Route 287 North or South to Route 208 South. Exit at Fair Lawn Avenue. Continue straight through light at end of ramp onto Orchard Street. Make a left onto Berdan Avenue and continue to end. Make a right onto 20th Street.
  • From West:
Route 80 East to Route 20 North. Exit at Fair Lawn Avenue. Make a right onto Orchard Street. Make a left onto Berdan Avenue and continue to end. Make a right onto 20th Street.

By BUS 
NJ Transit bus 171 to Fair Lawn Avenue and Plaza Road ("Radburn" stop). Walk west to 20th Street, turn left (south). Follow 20th Street (a residential street) to the end, passing under Route 208. The walk is about half a mile.

By TRAIN from NYC
NJ Transit train from New York Penn Station to Radburn Station** costs about $15 round-trip; when you transfer through Secaucus you will be heading to the Main & Bergen County (MNBN) line. From the station it is about a mile walk to the Community Center, or call a local cab (201-773-8279/201-805-2203) for under $10.
**See this symbol in the Radburn neighborhood north of the location pointer on the Google map above.
Fair Lawn Community Center
10-10 20th Street
Fair Lawn, NJ  07410

Contact Us

Phone: (800) 474-1299

About Our Venue 

The George Frey Center for Arts and Recreation (aka Fair Lawn Community Center) is located behind the Fair Lawn High School football field where 20th Street dead-ends at Kipp Street.  Limited lot parking is available as well as street parking.
The facility is fully wheelchair accessible at all times and provides assisted listening devices and large print programs to patrons with advance notice. 

The theatre is a comfortable, intimate 170-seat auditorium where Skyline currently offers general admission seating.