It’s been some time since I’ve had the opportunity to enjoy participation in expressing my thoughts in regards to particular situations on events since the demise of the Elizabeth Reporter. I do know many people have missed the paper, as I had been told so any number of times.
SOUTH AMBOY – From 1888 to 1980, the Raritan River Railroad ran from South Amboy to New Brunswick. In its heyday, the line saw both passenger and freight train service. Now, only one railroad station remains in Milltown.
If you’re in the mood for some good old fashioned storytelling, director Francis Lawrence’s “Water for Elephants,” adapted by screenwriter Richard LaGravenese from the popular novel by Sara Gruen, is just the ticket.
EDISON — The 2011 Edison Earth Day Celebration will be co-presented by the Edison Township Environmental Commission and the Edison Sustainable Jersey Green Team on Saturday, April 30, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
RAHWAY–Arts Guild New Jersey will present “Crime Story,” an exhibition of artwork inspired by crime, crime scenes and crime-themed artworks next month.
ELIZABETH – Girl Scouts Melissa Sintra, Priscilla Borges, and Carinha Castanheira of Troop #42004 in Elizabeth will hold an Awareness Fair in Elizabeth on April 30 in effort to achieve the Girl Scout Gold Award.
Theatre • April 29 & 30 at 7:30 p.m.; May 1 at 2 p.m. – The Forum Theatre’s Stars on Stage students will present Broadway Bound, featuring songs from classic and contemporary Broadway shows. Tickets are $14. The theatre is located at 314 Main St., Metuchen. Info: 1-732-548-5600
When it comes to getting married, nobody does it better than the British, specifically, the British royal family. From the looks of them, who would have thought that they were such good party planners? But let’s give credit where credit is due.
SUMMIT — On Sunday, May 1, at 3 p.m., The New Jersey Intergenerational Orchestra, under the direction of Joe Gluck, will present a Spring Concert at Summit High School, 124 Kent Place Boulevard, in Summit.