SCOTCH PLAINS — Children and adults of all ages are invited to the annual Family Christmas Celebration – Advent Festival at Willow Grove Presbyterian Church.
WHITEHOUSE STATION – This Nov. 26, when holiday shoppers emerge from Thanksgiving meal-induced comas and endure freezing temperatures to scope out this season’s hottest deals, Quick Chek will offer bargain hunters complimentary cups of ‘Joe,’ in the wake of welcoming the ‘unofficial’ start of the holiday shopping season.
CLARK – The township’s annual Winter Festival will take place on Sunday, Nov. 28, at the municipal building on Westfield Avenue between 3-6 p.m.
MILWAUKEE, Wisc. – When the pilgrims celebrated the first Thanksgiving in 1621, they spent three days feasting and celebrating a good harvest that would sustain them through the winter.
With video game publishers releasing an increasing number of titles with potentially objectionable content, the Timothy Plan family of mutual funds has compiled a guide to help parents decide if the titles on their children’s wish lists are really appropriate.
WEST TRENTON – Thanksgiving is traditionally the heaviest travel day of the year, a day when people want to be with family, or close friends. During the Thanksgiving holiday, more motorists are traveling with their families than any other time of the year.
With a divisive election just past, potential for bottled up emotions turning into heated discussions lurks at every holiday table. Politics can be conflict-ridden but even good intentioned mother-in-laws often produce conversation messes that are hard to clean up!
ROSELLE – Metrofuser, a company that re-manufactures and distributes HP-Lexmark printer parts, is taking action to fight hunger in New Jersey by offering a $100 prize for the largest donation at its office in Roselle.
RAHWAY – The city will start off the holiday season on Friday with the annual tree lighting ceremony. The traditional event will take place at City Hall Plaza at the corner of Milton Avenue and Main Street with festivities getting underway at 6 p.m. on Nov. 26.