EDISON – Edison Council President Charles Tomaro is kicking off his “Dig This Campaign” to persuade homeowners in Edison and throughout Middlesex County to dig up and remove underground fuel tanks from their properties.
CRANFORD—On Friday, April 30, the Union County College Office of Admissions, Records, and Registration, in partnership with the New Jersey Department of Veteran Affairs Health Care System, will be hosting a workshop titled “Veterans Health Issues.”
EDISON—The Middlesex County Public Health Department’s Cancer Coalition, the Robert Wood Johnson South Asian Total Health Initiative and the Cancer Institute of New Jersey are sponsoring a cancer screening and education event.
UNION—The Children’s Department of the Union Public Library has scheduled the following programs at the Main Library during the month of May:
MOUNTAINSIDE— Taxpayers who need extra time to file their federal returns this year can file the Form 4868 request for an automatic extension through IRS Free File. The extension gives you an additional six months, until Oct. 15, to file the tax return.
SCOTCH PLAINS—Willow Grove Presbyterian Church of Scotch Plains invites the community to “The Sun”, an adult education forum discussion led by scientist and church member John Konopka.
RAHWAY—Professional photographer and educator Bruce Tucker will present a program on Exploring Digital Photography at the Rahway Public Library on April 29 from 7 to 8:30 p.m.
NEW BRUNSWICK – George Street Playhouse will donate a portion of the proceeds from ticket sales to the Saturday, April 17, matinee performance of “A Canine Comedy” to All-Star Pet Rescue.
WOODBRIDGE—The Woodbridge Township Department of Health & Human Services and the Mayor’s Wellness Campaign are hosting a day-long series of free health and wellness events, information sessions, and physical fitness programs, including sign-up registration for “Shape-Up Woodbridge ~ 2010” on Saturday, April 10.
WESTFIELD—The Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Union County will offer an appetizing class this month called “Berries and You: Perfect Together.”
One of the six, rudely jabbering girls who sat in front of me during a recent showing of director Louis Leterrier’s “Clash of the Titans” apparently favored whatever was playing on her little cell phone to the 3-D bombast up on the giant screen.
CLARK—The Clark Public Library will honor National Library Week by offering two behind-the-scenes tours of the library on Wednesday, April 14, at 12:30 p.m. and again on Thursday, April 15, at 4 p.m.
FANWOOD—The Fanwood Performing Arts Series is set to begin on April 10, at 7 p.m. at the Patricia M. Kuran Cultural Center (the historic carriage house). The spring series will also include performances on May 8 and June 12.