NEW BRUNSWICK—On Halloween, the State Theatre presents Leo Lionni’s Swimmy, Frederick & Inch by Inch performed by the Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia on Sunday, Oct. 31, at 11 a.m.
LIVINGSTON – When kids return from trick or treating, there is a new reason for parents to sort through their Halloween booty. Many of the items may contain caffeine, especially those made of chocolate. Taking into account the amount of caffeine their children may already be consuming might cause concern for parents.
Dear EarthTalk: What is “BPA” used in plastics, and why should I worry about it? Are there certain household items or food containers to avoid because of BPA? — Tina Sillers, via e-mail
For a quarter of a century, National Breast Cancer Awareness Month has provided quality education and empowerment to women and their families and helped bring national attention to this devastating illness.
WOODBRIDGE – The Mayor’s Health Expo has a new location this year: the Woodbridge Public Health Center at 2 George Frederick Plaza. The event will be held Saturday, Oct. 16 from 9 a.m. to noon.
EDISON–Edison Wetlands Association (EWA) will be hosting a free Autumn Pumpkin Painting at the Triple C Ranch, the last remaining farm in the Edison area.
CLARK — Danielle Fidurski, daughter of William and Lorraine Fidurski of Clark, and Mark Miller, son of Henry and Lillian Miller, also of Clark, were united in marriage on Aug. 14 at Saint Agnes Church in Clark. The reception was held at the Colonia Country Club.
EDISON — On Friday, October 8, students enrolled in the Creative Writing course at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in North Edison attended the 13th Biennial Geraldine R. Dodge Poetry Festival at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center in Newark.
RAHWAY — While reading “Yang the Third,” a story about a Chinese family struggling to adapt to American traditions, Ms. Bechelli’s class at Grover Cleveland School researched Chinese culture and history.