CLARK – April is National Car Care Month and spring fever is in the air! Drivers are anxious to get to the beach, park, or off to their vacation destination spot. We all know that cars don’t last forever and could have mechanical problems.
CRANFORD – The Theater Project, Union County College’s (UCC) Professional Theater Company, will kick off its 2010 season with a three-weekend run of Paul Grellong’s dark comedy ‘Manuscript’ opening Thursday, April 15 and running through May 2.
NEW BRUNSWICK—On Thursday, April 8, New Jersey Blood Services, a division of the New York Blood Center, is rededicating their donor room with a reception open to the public.
Dear EarthTalk: Oceans are in big trouble and I understand President Obama is creating a high level ocean council to address them. What are the major issues? — Steve Sullivan, Bothell, WA
CLARK—Clark Recreation is looking for all women that want to get fit, keep active, and have fun with their friends and neighbors playing the sport of softball.
RAHWAY—Mayor James Kennedy and Sandy Erwin, executive director of the Union County Performing Arts Center, are inviting area residents to hear the city’s recently acquired Fazioli F228 Grand Piano, considered by many to be the finest concert pianos constructed in the world today.
Every parent has likely witnessed their child being negative from time to time – about school, about homework, perhaps about him or herself. What should you do when your child’s pessimism leads to poor grades and problems at school?
CRANFORD—The Friends of the Cranford Public Library will present legendary New York disc jockey and author Pete Fornatale for a program celebrating the recent 40th anniversary of the Woodstock Music and Arts Festival.
CRANFORD—Actress and historian Monica Hoffman will perform in a one-woman show entitled “Determined Spirit: The Story of Amelia Earhart,” which reveals the life and legacy of the world’s most celebrated female aviator.
TRENTON – New Jersey’s trout season officially opens on Saturday, April 10, at 8 a.m., and Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner Bob Martin encouraged residents and visitors to enjoy time outdoors and experience the thrill of catching some fabulous fish.