PERTH AMBOY — A dramatic recreation of the arrest of Royal Governor William Franklin, son of Benjamin Franklin, will be held on Sunday, June 5, at 2 p.m. at the Proprietary House, 149 Kearny Avenue, Perth Amboy. Governor Franklin will be portrayed by Perth Amboy’s own Kurt Epps.
METUCHEN – The environmental nonprofit Edison Wetlands Association, Rutgers University, Wild New Jersey and Bayshore Recycling will host the premiere screening of NJN’s hour-long documentary, “Rescuing a River: The Raritan” on Tuesday, June 14, at 6:45 p.m. at the Metuchen Forum Theater, located at 314 Main Street.
MILLTOWN — The Women’s Center at Jewish Family and Vocational Service of Middlesex County is presenting a workshop on “Divorce: What Every Woman Needs to Know”.
NEW PROVIDENCE – On Sunday, June 12, Team Maitri will participate in the SHARE NJ 5K Race to save lives through organ & tissue donation. Team captain Michael Snyder of New Providence will participate to celebrate the two-year anniversary of his kidney donation to his younger sister Erin.
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.