FLORHAM PARK—AAA New Jersey invites Morris, Essex and Union County students to participate in AAA’s 66th annual Traffic Safety Poster Contest. The program encourages creativity and represents a unique opportunity for students to communicate safety messages to their peers. [smartads]…
RAHWAY—Money, Bucks, Dinero, Cash, Clams, Greenbacks, Booty, Pelf, Geld, Dough, Gold, Jack, Wampum, Lucre, Chips – we have a lot of words for the stuff they say makes the world go round…
SCOTCH PLAINS – The Union Catholic Performing Arts Company will perform their fall play “Noises Off,” on Nov. 5, 6 and 7 at 7 p.m.
NEWARK— It’s easy to be scared about Halloween, especially if you’re a parent trying to supervise your child’s safety. The key concerns about safety, however, particularly in regard to candy poisonings, are no different in October than during the rest of the year, according to NJPIES, the New Jersey Poison & Education System.
EDISON—Andres Lara, a motivational speaker, will talk at Middlesex County College Monday, Nov. 2 at 11 a.m. in the College Center, Cafeteria C. The event is free and open to the public.
MORRISTOWN – Old books with pages torn or ripped out entirely, held together with wire and thread … these are the materials Jersey City artist Aileen Bassis used to create the sculptures symbolizing the lost lives of the Holocaust in her upcoming art exhibit on display from November 2 to 15, 2009, in the Upper Lobby, Annunciation Center, at the College of Saint Elizabeth, 2 Convent Road, Morristown, New Jersey.
NEW JERSEY – This Christmas, surprise a child with a personalized letter from Santa Claus. For just $8, the Arthritis Foundation will send a child, adult, or pet a personalized letter and token gift from Santa Claus. Proceeds will support programs and services for adults and children with arthritis in New Jersey.
WOODBRIDGE – “Autumn/Limits” are the twin themes of Woodbridge Artisan Guild’s autumn exhibit opening Saturday, Oct. 24 at the Woodbridge Artisan Guild, 353 Fulton Street, Woodbridge.
Spaghetti Dinner • Oct. 23 from 4-8 p.m. – The Prodigal Foundation will host an all-you-can-eat spaghetti dinner at the Hungarian American Citizens Club, 95 Port Reading Ave., Woodbridge. Tickets cost $8 for adults; $4 for children 6-11 and free for children 5 and under. Proceeds will be used to help children with cancer. For info, call 1-732-636-9200.
PERTH AMBOY-A Woodbridge reader wrote after my July 17 column where I had mention of “Gugies” (American Smelting and Refining):