PERTH AMBOY—The Perth Amboy Ferry Slip Museum will kick off of their “Sun Day Series” of activities with a talk by legendary journalist Charles Wiley on Sunday, March 21 at 1 p.m. His topic will be “WWII – At Home.”
NEWARK—For generations of Englishmen, a journey through the cultural epicenters of Europe in the 17th and 18th centuries was considered a fashionable rite of passage reserved for the wealthy and elite.
HERNDON, Va — Warmer weather and melting snow are revealing damage caused by this year’s heavy snow accumulation to many trees, plants, and shrubs. The nation’s lawn and landscape association, the Professional Landcare Network (PLANET), offers homeowners tips for dealing with damaged plants.
MADISON, Wis.—The human body is composed of about 70 percent water.
Take that as a hint.
NEW YORK, N.Y.—The Institute for American Values wishes to honor marriages of the Greatest Generation.
SAYREVILLE-On March 17, 1951 St. Patrick’s Day was celebrated at Coby’s on Routes 9 and 4, at Rose’s Corner. There was Irish music and songs by the orchestra. Corned beef and cabbage was served.
Book Sale • March 12 & 13 from 9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. – The Friends of the Cranford Public Library will hold a used book sale in the cellar of the library, located at 224 Walnut Ave. Most prices range from 25 cents to $6. For info, call 908-709-7281.
NEW BRUNSWICK—The State Theatre in New Brunswick is currently offering “The Date Night” package for two. It includes two best available show tickets to a select performance, one sweetheart box of Thomas Sweet’s chocolates, and a voucher for two glasses of wine at the State Theatre.
ROSELLE PARK—A flea market will be held at Church of the Assumption, in the downstairs parish hall, 113 Chiego Place, Roselle Park, on Saturday, April 24.
SCOTCH PLAINS – Whole grains are a great source of nutrients and fiber, but do you know your grains? And better still, do you know what to do with them?