KENILWORTH — National Pro Wrestling Superstars will return to the Kenilworth Veterans Center (33 South 21st Street, just off The Boulevard, minutes from the Garden State Parkway) on Saturday, May 14 at 7:35 p.m., in a benefit show for the Kenilworth Vietnam Veterans.
MORRISTOWN – The New Philharmonic of New Jersey concludes a successful 34th season with the full orchestra joined by Hungarian born soprano Isabella Megyeri on Sunday, May 22, at the College of Saint Elizabeth in Convent Station. The concert will feature a celebration of the 200th anniversary of the great Hungarian composer, Franz Liszt.
WOODBRIDGE – VSA New Jersey (VSA/NJ) announces its first bowling benefit to be held on Sunday, May 15, at 2 p.m. at Woodbridge Lanes located at 346 Main Street in Woodbridge.
PISCATAWAY – The Jewish Community Center of Middlesex County is planning a bowling night for Jewish singles later this month at Stelton Lanes in Piscataway.
STATE – There’s a terrific feeling of “freedom” when biking along the Jersey Shore. The cooler morning air when the mist begins to burn off is one of the best times of day to pedal near the beach. This feeling is what draws hundreds of participants to the annual Bike MS “Coast the Coast” event.
SPRINGFIELD — The Springfield Free Public Library will continue its lunchtime film series, “Did You Miss These? – Recent Award Winners” on Tuesday, May 3, at noon, with the fifth film in the six-film series. The series is being shown on alternate Tuesdays through May 17.
There’s no doubt that the life of a student is busy. With six or more hours of school, as well as extracurricular activities, homework and studying each day, most children find that their schedules are full from the moment they wake up until they turn out the lights to go to sleep
EAST BRUNSWICK — Go line dancing with the Rhythm in Motion Cloggers. The 4-H Club will host a Line Dancing Party on Thursday, May 19, at the Middlesex County 4-H Center, 645 Cranbury Road in East Brunswick.
UNION COUNTY — Most new mothers – anywhere from 60 to 80 percent – experience at least a brief episode of the “baby blues” – feelings of sadness, anxiety, loneliness, or moodiness – within the first few days of giving birth. After a couple of weeks these symptoms typically disappear.