June is one of my favorite months. The school year is ending, flowers are blooming, the balmy nights are sweetening the air on my back deck and the school year is ending.
SUMMIT — All ages are invited to participate in multimedia artist Eva Mantell’s Float and Jumble, an interactive community video project on June 5 from 1-3 p.m. at the Visual Arts Center of New Jersey’ Mitzi and Warren Eisenberg Gallery.
Had director Todd Phillips’s “The Hangover Part II” come first, it’s doubtful there would have been financial incentive for the original “Hangover,” if you follow my absurd logic.
Musical Revue • June 5 at 3 p.m. – Jewish Family & Vocational Service of Middlesex County will present a musical revue, “They Changed Broadway” at the Marasco Performing Arts Center in Monroe. Tickets are on sale; call 1-732-777-1940 or 1-609-395-7979.
ROSELAND – This year, the first of the nation’s 78 million Baby Boomers will begin turning age 65. Once they stop working and no longer need to live in their current location for professional reasons, many retirees consider pulling up stakes and moving elsewhere.
HIGHLAND PARK-More from the 30s and 40s: “At the intersection of Woodbridge & Raritan Avenue, (Route 27): on the south side was the Old Mill Ice Cream parlor and the Park Theater.
CRANFORD—Join Maria Tisdall, chef, author and owner of Cranford’s Cheese…Please!, for a tour of the world’s great cheeses, and learn fun and creative ways to pair them with your favorite wines and beers for something completely different to serve at barbecues or summer get-togethers.
MADISON — Jonathan Ortiz of Rahway received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Drew University on Saturday, May 14, at the university’s 143rd commencement.
RAHWAY – City teens can learn what it is like to be a police officer through a week-long Youth Police Academy offered by the Rahway Police Department.