PISCATAWAY – On Sunday, April 25, at 2 pm, Middlesex County Cultural and Heritage Commission and the Folklife Program for New Jersey present Traditional Jewish Folktales with Storyteller Rivka Willick at East Jersey Olde Town Village, 1050 River Road, Piscataway. This program is offered free of charge but advance registration is required.
EDISON — The area in front of the College Center was transformed into a laboratory for the coolest course on campus as students in the Garde Manger class at Middlesex County College learned the fundamentals of ice carving.
EDISON – On the evening of April 15, Somerset resident Dawn Francavilla, Director of Student Life at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in North Edison, was honored as a 2010 United Way of Central Jersey “Hometown Hero” at a special reception at the Hess Corporate Center in Woodbridge.
WOODBRIDGE—Prodigal Foundation, Inc. President George Yuhasz, along with Vice President Lee Warren have announced a new program initiative, “A Strike against Cancer.”
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Amanda Ussak of Edison, the NJ Cherry Blossom Princess met with Rep. Frank Pallone, Jr., her Sixth District Congressman, in his Capitol Hill office on Tuesday, April 13. The New Jersey State Society in Washington, D.C., selects the NJ princess, and Pallone is one of the honorary directors of the state society.
WOODBRIDGE—The Middlesex County Public Health Department will sponsor a free Health Expo from 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday, April 17 at Woodbridge Center Mall. Information and activities will be available for the whole family to enjoy.
NEW BRUNSWICK – The following events are scheduled at The Stress Factory Comedy Club, located at 90 Church Street in New Brunswick.
WOODBRDIGE—Woodbridge Mall will hold a clothing and shoes drive to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Earth Day with Edison Wetlands (EWA), Re-Purpose New Jersey and Bayshore Recycling.
EDISON—On April 9, Ean Plotkin’s eighth grade Latin class at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in North Edison taught members of the fifth grade class how to read various stories in Latin.
EDISON—The Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth (CTY) recently revealed the test data for seventh and eighth graders at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in North Edison who participated in CTY’s Talent Search, a national and international talent search used to identify, assess, and recognize outstanding academic proficiency.