April Is National Autism Awareness Month

TRENTON–April is National Autism Awareness Month and Health and Senior Services Acting Commissioner Mary O’Dowd is urging parents with children under two to speak to their health care provider about autism and be aware of early warning signs and symptoms of the spectrum of autism disorder.

Learn To Correct Winter Damage In Your Landscape

SOUTH BRUNSWICK — On Saturday, April 16, from 10 a.m. – noon, Middlesex County’s Office of Rutgers Cooperative Extension will present a Gardening Seminar at the EARTH Center, 42 Riva Ave, Davidson’s Mill Pond Park, South Brunswick. The topic will be, “Proper Tree & Shrub Pruning: Correcting Winter Damage”

Author To Speak About NJ’s Civil War Generation

CRANFORD—The 150th anniversary of the beginning of the American Civil War takes place in April 2011. In recognition of this milestone, the Civil War Sesquicentennial Committee of the Cranford Historical Society and the Cranford Public Library will present a program about New Jersey and the Civil War on Wednesday, April 6, at 7:30 p.m.

NJ Trout Season Opens Saturday

TRENTON – More than 180,000 freshly stocked trout will be awaiting anglers when they cast their lines on the opening day of trout season this weekend thanks to the efforts of the DEP’s Division of Fish and Wildlife, which for the past two weeks has been stocking nearly 200 streams, lakes and ponds across the state.

Prostate Cancer Awareness Program

PERTH AMBOY – The Middlesex County Public Health Department is sponsoring a prostate cancer awareness program, “Addressing Myths and Fear Men Experience” on Thursday, April 14 at 12:30 p.m. at the Perth Amboy Senior Center at 1 Olive Street.