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.
STATE – The Powerball lottery jackpot is $103 million for Saturday night’s drawing, and the Mega Millions prize has reached $63 million for tonight’s drawing.
COLONIA—Imagine living up to a legacy that no one can remember.
Sky Girl and the Superheroic Legacy, a new young adult novel from Joe Sergi, tells the story of DeDe Christopher, an average high school sophomore with dreams of winning the National Gymnastic Tournament and dating the school quarterback.
UNION – Kean University will host The Veil: Visible and Invisible Spaces, curated by Jennifer Heath, now through May 10, in the Karl and Helen Burger Art Gallery, located in the Maxine and Jack Lane Center for Academic Success Building, 1000 Morris Ave. in Union.
RAHWAY – St. Thomas the Apostle Byzantine Catholic Church, will offer a traditional Slavic dinner on Wednesday, April 7, from 5-8 p.m.
METUCHEN—The St. Joseph High School Theatre Company will be presenting The Sound of Music next weekend and the following weekend on the campus at 145 Plainfield Road, Metuchen. Tickets are $20 for adults and $15 for students and seniors.
RAHWAY – Asbury Shorts, New York‘s longest running exhibition of award winning, international short films, brings “An Evening of the World’s Best Short Films” to the historic and beautiful Union County Performing Arts Center on Saturday, April 17, 2010 at 8PM.
SOUTH BRUNSWICK—Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Middlesex County will present a Build a Rain Barrel workshop on two occasions this spring at the EARTH Center in Davidson’s Mill Pond Park, 42 Riva Avenue, South Brunswick.
HERNDON, Va. — The start of spring gets people excited about working in the yard. These days, many people want to create yards that are easier to maintain and more eco-friendly but they don’t know where to start.