BRIDGEWATER–The Somerset Patriots professional baseball team will team up with the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network to host a night of fundraising and awareness at TD Bank Ballpark on Sunday, July 18, for their 5:05 p.m. game against the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs.
UNION COUNTY – United Way’s annual golf outing is sponsored by Enterprise Rent-A-Car this year.
CLARK — The Skulski Art Gallery of the Polish Cultural Foundation in Clark will present a collective exhibit titled “Inspirations” with artists such as Dana Abel, Joanna Balcerek, Malgorzata Gruszka, Ela Maslowski, Marcin Pisarczyk, Maryanne Tursi and Ewa Zeller, from June 11 through June 30.
LAWRENCEVILLE— New Jersey is headed towards the peak activity period for bed bugs as the summer months approach. A local pest control company, Cooper Pest Solutions, is offering tips to help the public stay bed bug free as infestations are expected to spike this travel season.
MADISON, Wis. – Much to their painful surprise, people learn every year that it is possible to burn the cornea of their eyes from too much ultraviolet light.
EAST BRUNSWICK–June is “Home Safety Month,” an opportunity to educate and empower older adults and their families to take action and increase the safety of their homes. The aging population can continue to live safely and independently in their homes by implementing fall prevention and fire safety habits.
LINDEN – The city Department of Public Property and Community Services announced a Pilates & cardio exercise class for Linden adults will meet Tuesday evenings this summer, beginning June 22.
MILWAUKEE, Wisc. – Fitness is often a common topic of conversation for many – getting fit, staying fit, and everything in between. Many people also are concerned with watching their personal budget, as well as their waistline.
HIGHLAND PARK – On July 3, residents in Highland Park and New Brunswick will come together to celebrate Independence Day in Donaldson Park in Highland Park.
Dear EarthTalk: Is it true that the BP oil leak is much more of an environmental threat than previous spills from tankers, and if so why? — Nathan Gore, Pawtucket, RI