PISCATAWAY — On Wednesday, Oct. 13, Middlesex County Cultural and Heritage Commission and the Cornelius Low House/Middlesex County Museum will present a lecture on the history of patent medicines, with historian Frank Pinchak.
EDISON – The Edison Recreation Department wants to come check out your house this Halloween; but only if it’s decorated for the holiday
Abraham Clark High School, at 122 E. 6th Ave., in Roselle, has always been conscious of the growing need for further education for the community, and, in a testament to that, they are currently conducting weeknight classes, open to the general public, which started Oct. 4th…
FREEHOLD — A few years ago when Anthony Greco left the Walter Kerr Theatre after a performance of “Doubt: A Parable,” the play continued to haunt him for weeks on end; he knew then that he would direct the Tony and Pulitzer Prize winning play someday.
CLARK — There is an effort to meet the urgency of the community’s increasing need for blood, and the Deutscher Club of Clark is sponsoring a blood drive in conjunction with The Blood Center of New Jersey on Saturday, Oct. 23 to help meet that need.
YORK, Pa. — Kimberly Mogensen of Clark, a freshman secondary education – mathematics major at York College of Pennsylvania, received an academic scholarship from the college.
MILLBURN — Cameron Mackintosh announced the casting of his new 25th anniversary production of Les Misérables making its United States premiere at Paper Mill Playhouse prior to a major U.S. National Tour. The all-new production of Les Misérables features glorious new staging and spectacular reimagined scenery inspired by the paintings of Victor Hugo.
UNION — On Tuesday, Oct. 12, at 7 p.m., The Union Public Library will host a special Halloween presentation, “Historic Haunts of Central Jersey.” The program—to feature a mix of local history and legends, accompanied by haunting images and sounds—will be presented by writer and New Jersey resident Gordon Thomas Ward.
CLARK – School-age children are invited to bring their own pumpkin to the Clark Public Library on Sunday, Oct. 17 at 2:30 p.m.
NEW BRUNSWICK—The State Theatre is collecting “gently used” winter coats to help benefit New Jersey residents in need. The coats are being collected for the annual coat drive hosted by the nonprofit organization, Jersey Cares.