UNION — Kean University, Union County’s leading institution of higher education and emergent regional cultural center will present an eclectic assortment of musical performances throughout the month of April.
UNION — Literacy Volunteers of Union County, a volunteer driven, non-profit organization dedicated to increasing the literacy of adults and their families in Union County, is now registering for the spring new tutor training workshop.
It is nothing short of astounding to me that information about anyone or anything is so instantly available at anytime to whoever wants it for whatever reason. Think about this and you begin to understand that even the most private person among us is subject to assorted levels of public scrutiny.
RAHWAY — The Friends of the Union County Arts Center, a non-profit fundraising organization working for the benefit of the arts center, will hold a movie night event on Saturday, April 9.
ROSELLE PARK – “Winter in Roselle Park, Share the Magic” a group exhibit of photographs by Roselle Park residents, will be on display at the Casano Community Center Art Gallery through April 22. There will be a reception to meet the artists on March 30, from 6 – 7:30 p.m.
SCOTCH PLAINS — The artwork of three local blood donors will be exhibited at an opening entitled “Visionary Volunteers,” at the South Street Gallery located within New Jersey Blood Services donor room at 2279 South Avenue in Scotch Plains.
UNION — Kean University welcomes the spring season with a series of cultural events for the entire family. Easter Egg hunts, exhibits, afternoon tea, theatre productions and dance recitals are in the line-up for all ages at Union County’s leading institution of higher education.
NEW BRUNSWICK – The Diocese of Metuchen, together with the Archdiocese of Newark and the Dioceses of Camden, Paterson and Trenton, will co-host the First Annual Catholic DeaFest on Saturday, March 19.
ELIZABETH–Benedictine Academy in Elizabeth honored four young women for their academic and all-around achievements by naming them as “Students of the Month” for February 2011.