HAMILTON – AAA Mid-Atlantic projects that approximately 1,071,000 New Jersey residents will travel during the upcoming July 4th holiday weekend, an increase of 19% compared to 2009 4th of July travel.
LINDEN – The city’s summer concert series opens on Tuesday, June 29, at 7:30 p.m. at the Raymond Wood Bauer Promenade, 400 N. Wood Avenue.
BERKELEY HEIGHTS–Have you ever wanted to play chamber music with strings and woodwinds but didn’t know where, how or with whom?
PARSIPPANY — Dental emergencies are not fun and can crop up anytime, but when they occur during a vacation, they can put a damper on one’s plans. This is a perfect example of when it is better to be safe than sorry. Although planning ahead will not prevent an emergency, it will ease the pain.
SUMMIT – Summit’s 63rd annual 4th of July Celebration is set for Monday, July 5.
UNION — On Tuesday, June 29, at 7 p.m., the Union Public Library will host “Mozart Masterpieces,” a multimedia presentation by Catherine Sprague, a noted expert on Mozart’s life and music.
They call it the summer learning slump. As the school year comes to an end and kids go from desks to the sand and surf, they are at risk of losing important knowledge attained in the classroom.
NEW BRUNSWICK – Edison resident David Wheeler’s forthcoming book, “Wild New Jersey: Nature Adventures in the Garden State,” graces the cover of the just-released Rutgers University Press Fall/Winter 2010 Catalog in advance of the book’s publication this coming winter.
LIVINGSTON — As summer begins and thousands of families spend time at area beaches and local pools, they should be mindful of the danger of drowning for children of all ages.
UNION COUNTY – Union County’s two public swimming pools will open for the summer swimming season in the next few days.