TRENTON – A picture may be worth a thousand words, but how many pictures would it take to capture the amazing diversity and beauty of 650,000 acres of open space and parks protected in New Jersey over the past 50 years with the help of the state’s Green Acres Program?
CRANFORD—How much fun could you have with a group of balladeers and pub singers during the 18th century?
LINDEN — Gordon Bond, author of “My Patron: The Friendship of Benjamin Franklin & James Parker,” will appear at the Linden Public Library on June 13 at 6:30 p.m.
BRIDGEWATER – Play Ball for Miracles will join with Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals and Children’s Specialized Hospital to host Miracle Night at the Somerset Patriots on Friday, Aug. 5.
RAHWAY – The RWJ Rahway Foundation is participating in the TICKETS Fore CHARITY program at The Barclays. This prestigious PGA tournament will be held at Plainfield Country Club in Edison from Aug. 23-28. The foundation will receive $37.50 for each…
RAHWAY–Arts Guild New Jersey is offering fun and affordable art workshops for both kids and teens this summer. Registration is now open for the workshops, which will be held during the last two weeks of July and first two weeks of August 2011.
RAHWAY – Registration is open for one week of Union County PAC Summer Theatre Camp at the Rahway Recreation Center; providing local students with the opportunity to experience the unforgettable excitement of theatre.
CLARK – Second graders in Jennifer Lewis’ class at Frank K. Hehnly Elementary School celebrated their mothers with poems created about them.
RAHWAY – Students learned about crayfish during an investigation for “Structures of Life,” which is part of the science curriculum for fourth grade at Madison Elementary School in Rahway