UNION – The Gene & Shelley Enlow Recital Hall at Kean University announces its 2010-11 inaugural season lineup. The first full season in Enlow Hall consists of 19 performances featuring many of today’s leading musicians and ensembles in classical, pop, jazz and world music, as well as a number of special projects and residencies.
EDISON — It’s not too late to start college. At Middlesex County College, a special “Fall II” program of accelerated courses begins Sept. 27. Courses are offered day, evening, and through the internet as well as at various locations throughout the county.
Wrestling • Sept. 11 from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. – The Rahway Recreation Center, 275 E. Milton Ave., will host a wrestling show. For info, call 1-732-888-1704.
Remember those back to school commercials from a few years ago that featured ecstatic parents gliding along on a shopping cart in a school supply store? Their darling children stood frozen and expressionless as a voiceover could be heard singing, “It’s the most wonderful time of the year!”
CRANFORD – The Union County College Foundation will host its 18th Annual Gala on Friday, Oct. 22, at 6:30 p.m. at The Villa at Mountain Lakes, Mountain Lakes. This year’s gala will honor Dr. Thomas H. Brown on the occasion of his retirement.
Artsy without being too schmartsy, director Anton Corbijn’s “The American” should please those viewers who don’t mind their movies veering off the main line from time to time.
UNION — Red Reyne will perform at Salem Roadhouse Cafe, 829 Salem Road, Union, on Saturday, Sept. 11 following an opening performance by Summer Rae McLaughlan.
RAHWAY — On Monday, Sept. 13 at 6:30 p.m., F. Alexander Shipley will discuss a famous case 19th century murder case at the Rahway Public Library.
LINDEN — The city’s Department of Public Property and Community Services offers free senior citizen craft classes, beginning on Monday, Sept. 13.
NEW BRUNSWICK-The Europa Theater, Opera House, was at 196 Somerset St., RKO International; 41 Albany St. and RKO Rivoli Theatre; 416 George St. It was also known as the B.F. Keith Theatre. The Strand Theater was at 123 Albany St. It was originally a church in 1840.