Newspaper Media Group/centraljersey.com will present a Health & Wellness Expo from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sept. 26 at MarketFair, 3535 Route 1, Princeton.
For tickets, visit nmg.ticketleap.com/cjhw
For sponsorship opportunities, contact Michele Nesbihal at 609-874-2147 or email@example.com
In collaboration with Double Good Popcorn, the North Brunswick Humane Association (NBHA) will host an online “Pop Up Fundraiser” from Sept. 15-18.
A minimum purchase of $18 is required through the link https://popup.doublegood.com/s/j3s619mn
Fifty percent of the proceeds will benefit the NBHA.
Each purchase will be sent directly to the purchaser’s address.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) opened a Disaster Recovery Center (DRC) because of Tropical Storm Ida at the Middlesex County Fire Academy, 1010 Fire Academy Dr., Sayreville.
Apply for assistance, learn more about disaster assistance programs, learn the status of a FEMA application, understand documents received from FEMA, find housing and rental assistance information, get referrals to other agencies, and learn about Small Business Administration programs.
The DRC will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. weekdays, and from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekends.
For more information, visit https://egateway.fema.gov/ESF6/DRCLocator
As of Sept. 4, pandemic-related unemployment benefits will end, impacting 19,200 Middlesex County residents.
To assist unemployed and underemployed county residents with their job search, Middlesex County’s One-Stop Career Centers within the Office of Career Opportunity are offering virtual career-related services.
In addition to accessing the One-Stop Career Centers for assistance with job searches, resume reviewing, career counseling, and career services for low-income residents, job seekers and underemployed residents are encouraged to sign up for SkillUp, a free online training portal with more than 5,500 courses focusing on business, project management, accounting, human resources, information technology, and customer service. To sign up, visit http://www.middlesexcountynj.gov/Government/Departments/BDE/Pages/SkillUp.aspx
The New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development also recently launched Job Source, offering a variety of tools designed to help fuel a successful job search experience. Users can create a free account and get tips and templates for job search, resume writing, cover letters and many other free services.
State-run One-Stop Career Centers are currently only operating remotely, with career-related services available virtually and by telephone. A return date for appointment-only services at the state-run centers has not been determined.
For more information, contact the Office of Career Opportunity at 732-745-3970 or if interested in job training contact Middlesex County One-Stop Career Centers at 732-745-3955 (New Brunswick) and 732-293-0642 (Perth Amboy) to schedule an appointment.
More information can be found at www.middlesexcountynj.gov/Government/Departments/BDE/Pages/Office_Workforce.aspx
The “I Have MS, But MS Doesn’t Have Me” basket raffle fundraiser for awareness of multiple sclerosis will be held from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sept. 18 at St. Paul’s United Church of Christ, 62 S. Main St., Milltown.
Fore more information, contact Traci Ceras at 732-841-2883 or firstname.lastname@example.org
To make a donation, visit msfocus.org/events
The North Brunswick Public Library invites all ages to a free outdoor program, Honey Bees: A Powerful Pollinator, at 2 p.m. Sept. 18 on the front lawn of the library, 710 Hermann Road, North Brunswick.
Join Angela Juffey, from the Central Jersey Beekeepers Association, for a live program to learn the social structure of the honey bee, and how they continue to impact the prosperity of the earth.
Learn the basics of beekeeping, view the inside of an observation hive, and become familiar with methods of harvesting honey.
Plus, make milkweed seed balls to take home.
Space is limited.
Masks will be required.
Register at https://form.jotform.com/212146032701238
Any questions, email librarian Ryan Miller at email@example.com
The sixth annual Kickball Tournament to benefit Ray + Bacchus is set for Sept. 19, beginning at 9 a.m. Sept. 19 at Rowland Park, 235 Broadway Road, Cranbury.
Ray Fantel is a 12-year-old resident of the Kendall Park section of South Brunswick who was born with spinal muscular atrophy. He was never able to crawl, stand or walk. His family needs the community’s help to raise money for service training for his dog Bacchus and for non-covered expenses related to the standing power wheelchair Ray needs.
The $250 donation for a team of 11-16 players includes event shirts.
Contact Ray M. at 732-501-3564 or firstname.lastname@example.org
North Brunswick PBA Local 160 announced the return of its annual Cops & Rodders Car Show for Sept. 19. Rain date will be Sept. 26.
More details will be announced.
For more information, email email@example.com
A fire at the Princeton Orchards Apartments on Aug. 6 left eight school children and their families with a significant loss.
The South Brunswick Community Resource Team is collaborating to gather donations to distribute to these families to help meet their immediate needs for clothing, food, school supplies and other items.
The families are mostly in need of gift cards to Walmart, Target, Amazon, Stop & Shop, Shop Rite and other drug stores.
Donations should be dropped off at the front desk at South Brunswick High School, 750 Ridge Road, Monmouth Junction; South Brunswick Public Library, 110 Kingston Lane, Monmouth Junction; South Brunswick Social Services, 540 Ridge Road, Monmouth Junction; or South Brunswick Recreation Center, 124 New Road, Monmouth Junction.
Donations will be collected through Sept. 20.
The Kosher Meals on Wheels program through Jewish Family Services of Middlesex County is in need of substitute drivers to deliver meals, sometimes with limited notice.
Currently, there are openings on Mondays along the Highland Park route and along the Edison/Metuchen route. Areas include Woodbridge, Edison, Metuchen, Highland Park, East Brunswick and Old Bridge.
Call 732-777-1940 for information on how to apply.
The 35th annual Lebanese Festival will return to St. Sharbel Maronite Church from 5-10 p.m. Sept. 17, noon to 11 p.m. Sept. 18, and noon to 9 p.m. Sept. 19.
The church is located at 526 Easton Ave., Somerset.
Performances by Bassil Touma, Eddie Osama and Kalem Issa.
There will be live music and dancing, a bar, games, and souvenirs.
Lebanese food and pastries; vegan and gluten free options will be available.
Parking and admission are free.
For more information, visit www.saintsharbelnj.org
A book launch party and networking event has been planned for the official release of “Main Street Moxie” by author and marketing strategist Noelle Stary from 4:30-6:30 p.m. Sept. 23 at The (Co)Working Space, 1346 How Lane, North Brunswick.
The guest panel will include Ed Keenan of Document Depot, Gene Bohensky of TAV and Karen Miller of Open Door Publications.
There will be networking, panel discussion, light refreshments and cocktails.
For more information, visit www.themainstreetmoxiebook.com
The Heart of Oneness Holistic Expo will be held Sept. 24-26 at the New Jersey Convention & Expo Center, 97 Sunfield Ave., Edison.
There will be reiki and energy healing, wellness, spirituality, mediumship, workshops and speakers, enlightenment, yoga, jewelry, psychic readings, nutrition, crystals, essential oils, visionary artists and meditation.
For ticket information, visit heartofonenessholisticexpo.com
Charleston Place Senior Citizens will hold a rummage sale from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sept. 24 and 25 at Charleston Place, 3424 Route 27, Kendall Park section of South Brunswick.
The proceeds will enable existing senior programs through South Brunswick Community Development Corp. to continue.
Donations of clothing and household items are welcome.
For more information, call Dawn Davis at 732-297-7966 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Monroe Township Historic Preservation Commission will host vintage baseball between the Flemington Neshanock and the Liberty Base Ball Club of New Brunswick from noon to 3:30 p.m., Sept. 25 at Dey Farm, on Federal Road between Perrineville and Applegarth roads, Monroe. No rain date is announced.
Watch a 19th-century style baseball game during this double header.
Also, learn about the life of a Civil War surgeon and attend a workshop on how to build a rain barrel.
Bring a picnic lunch.
There is no cost to attend.
East Brunswick’s Fall Freecycling Day, sponsored by the Friends of the East Brunswick Environmental Commission, returns from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sept. 25 to the Community Arts Center, 721 Cranbury Road, East Brunswick.
A semi-annual event, Freecycling Day offers an opportunity to discard usable, unwanted household items in an environmentally-friendly way instead of sending them to landfills. Attendees can browse for “finds” from small furniture and housewares to toys and tools. There is no charge to participate as a donor or browser in this free trade event.
All items must be offered for free, for personal use and not for resale.
Items for freecycling may be dropped off until 1 p.m. with browsing and pick up until 2 p.m.
To ensure everyone’s safety at the event, participants, browsers and volunteers must comply with all state guidelines pertaining to COVID.
Adult and teen volunteers are needed for all or part of the day. For more information and to sign up, click here.
Recommended freecycling items include clothing, books, shoes, bicycles, fish tanks, dishes, pots and pans, toys, office supplies, silverware, small appliances, tools, power tools, gardening tools, kitchenware, garage items, electronics and pet supplies.
It is recommended that boxed toys, games and anything with small parts be taped shut.
Prohibited items include large furniture pieces, mattresses, televisions, computer monitors, paints, VHS tapes, computer disks, pesticides, tires, toiletries, unframed mirrors, food or any hazardous materials. FriendsEBEC reserves the right to reject items.
Freecycling days are a project of FriendsEBEC and co-sponsored with the East Brunswick Recycling Center and East Brunswick Recreation, Parks & Community Services.
Rain will cancel the event. Check the Friends’ website for updates: friendsebec.com.
The 24th annual Taste of Middlesex is planned for 5:30-8 p.m. Sept. 27 at The Pines Manor, 2085 Route 27, Edison.
Each year, the Edison Chamber of Commerce invites restaurants from around Middlesex County to showcase their cuisines.
Attendees sample dishes from around the area, then choose the winner by voting for their favorite.
The Groove will perform during the evening.
Must be 21 or over to attend.
Tickets are $50 per person in advance or $60 at the door; seniors get a $5 discount. Or, purchase a 10-pack for $450.
The event serves as a fundraising opportunity for non-profits; for every $50 ticket an organization sells, $25 gets donated back to the organization. Unsold tickets must be returned to the chamber by Sept. 1.
For more information, email email@example.com or call 732-738-9482.
The seventh annual New Jersey ParaUnity Expo is scheduled for Sept. 24 and 25 at Woodbridge High School, 1 Samuel Lupo Pl., Woodbridge.
The VIP Party on Sept. 24 is from 7-10 p.m. Cost is $95 per person, adults only. Free appetizers, cash bar and deejay.
The VIP Party on Sept. 25 is from 8-11 p.m. Cost is $95 per person, adults only. Free appetizers, cash bar and deejay.
Tickets for the general expo from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sept. 25 are $20 for adults or $5 for children 12 and under.
Proceeds go directly to the Woodbridge Charity Fund.
For ticket information and a schedule of events, visit www.newjerseyparaunityexpo.com/
North Brunswick Township is accepting nominations for the Ann Marie Chandlee Volunteer Service Award for 2021.
Any organization, business or person who willingly gives their time, talents and resources to fulfill the needs of the community and improves the lives of North Brunswick residents can be nominated.
Return the nomination form to the North Brunswick Department of Parks, Recreation & Community Services, 710 Hermann Road, North Brunswick; fax to 732-247-0979; email to firstname.lastname@example.org; or drop the nomination form inside the box marked “Volunteer Service Award Nominations.”
North Brunswick’s 39th annual Heritage Day will be held from 3-10 p.m. Oct. 2 at Community Park, 2053 Route 130, North Brunswick.
Rain date is Oct. 3.
At 7 p.m., there will be the presentation of the Ann Marie Chandlee Heritage Day Award with a live band and fireworks.
The sixth annual Suicide Prevention Conference will be held virtually on Oct. 6.
Presented by the New Jersey Department of Human Services, in partnership with the New Jersey Department of Health.
Trauma: The Hidden Face of Suicide will be presented from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., welcome to anyone interested in learning about trauma and suicide prevention.
The conference will feature presentations, breakout sessions and a panel discussion.
Nick LeDonne will share his mental health story using the art of animation.
Dr. Meagan Corrado, founder and owner of Storiez Trauma Narratives, has trained clinicians, community leaders and trauma survivors across 20 training programs.
Registration will soon be available.
Playhouse 22 will reopen to the public for live theater with the opening night of “Harvey” on Oct. 8 at the community theater, 721 Cranbury Road, East Brunswick.
The annual production of “A Christmas Carol” will return in December.
More information about tickets, new safety guidelines and the 2022 season will be available at Playhouse22.org
Join NAMI New Jersey for NAMIWalks Your Way: A United Day of Hope on Oct. 9.
Before the pandemic, in any given year, 1 in 5 people in the United States reported having a mental health condition. Mental health experts suggest the figure is now 2 in 5, or even higher, according to information provided by NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness.
This year. due to the ongoing effects of COVID-19, NAMI is offering a virtual version of its annual NAMIWalks event.
Anyone can participate by registering at namiwalks.org/newjersey and deciding how they want to participate. They can choose to join the virtual walk event on Oct. 9 or pick an activity of their choice, such as jumping rope, baking a cake, practicing yoga or walking with friends and family in the neighborhood—all while taking precautions to stay safe.
There is no registration fee, but fundraising is encouraged. One hundred percent of funds raised support NAMI New Jersey’s free local mental health programs, resources and services.
NAMI New Jersey is part of the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness. It is headquartered in North Brunswick.
For more information, visit nami.org
The North Brunswick Woman’s Club will hold a flea market from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Oct. 9 in the parking lot of the municipal building, 710 Hermann Road, North Brunswick.
Spaces cost $20 for one or $35 for two.
For an application, email Sheral914@me.com
The North Brunswick Humane Association’s 17th annual Dog Walk-a-Thon and Adoption Day event is planned for 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Oct. 10 at North Brunswick Community Park, 2053 Route 130, North Brunswick.
Rain date is Oct. 24.
First and foremost, there will be adoptions of dogs, including on Rescue Row.
The dog walk will be approximately 2 miles through Community Park.
A costume parade will award prizes to the best dressed pooches.
Dogs can search for eggs in a scavenger hunt or be the last canine standing in Musical Mats.
There will be many vendors on site, including food and beverage.
Music will be provided by DJ Tim O’Brien of Good Time Party Music, plus NBHA recording artist Sarah Ragsdale will perform.
Dogs must be licensed and vaccinated, and must be leashed at all times.
The opening ceremony will be held at 11 a.m.
Pre-registration is $15 for the first dog, and $5 for every dog thereafter. Send checks payable to the North Brunswick Humane Association to NBHA, P.O. Box 7522, North Brunswick 08902. Or, pre-register at www.northbrunswickhumane.org
On the day of the event, registration fee is $25, plus $5 for each additional dog. On-site registration begins at 10 a.m.
Co-sponsored by the North Brunswick Department of Parks, Recreation & Community Services.
For more information, email email@example.com or call Michele at 732-713-3532.
The Princeton Environmental Film Festival returns Oct. 12-17.
To submit a film, visit https://princetonlibrary.org/peff/entry/
There is no fee to enter.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Women Aware is the state-designated lead domestic violence service agency, headquartered in Middlesex County.
During Domestic Violence Awareness Month, a virtual candlelight vigil at 7 p.m. Oct. 13 will feature music, survivor testimony, an advocate address and a candlelit moment of silence in remembrance of victims whose lives were stolen by domestic violence and in honor of survivors moving beyond abuse.
There is no charge to attend, but donations are encouraged. All proceeds will support comprehensive services for survivors of domestic violence and their children.
For more information, to register and to donate, visit https://givebutter.com/WomenAware2021Vigil
The Friends of the South Brunswick Public Library will host their annual Fall Book Sale at the library, 110 Kingston Lane, Monmouth Junction section of South Brunswick.
The preview sale will be Oct. 14 from 5-8 p.m. Admission is $10.
The public dale will be noon to 5 p.m. Oct. 15, 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Oct. 16, and 1-4:30 p.m. Oct. 17.
Bag sale on Sunday is $5, bag included.
There is an ongoing sale in the aisle next to the Borrower Services Desk.
Funds raised by the Friends book sales help to support Library classes, events, and workshops for all ages, interests, and abilities.
All donations are tax-deductible.
The North Brunswick Department of Parks, Recreation & Community Services has several events planned for Halloween.
Submit photos for the Halloween House Decorating Contest through Oct. 17 by emailing email@example.com. The Boo Crew will be judging houses on Oct. 18 and 19.
Halloween Happenings will take place on Oct. 16 at North Brunswick Veterans Park, Roosevelt Avenue. Rain date is Oct. 17.
Come dressed in costume for games, activities, craft projects, etc.
Pre-register for a specific time slot at 11:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m., 3:30 p.m. or 5:30 p.m.
The Famous Great Pumpkin Drop-off, where Parx the Chipmunk visits residents’ homes to meet with children, will be Oct. 18 and 19.
Pre-registration is required at https://register.capturepoint.com/NorthBrunswickTownship
All current COVID-19 safety protocols will be followed for in-person events.
For more details, visit www.facebook.com/NorthBrunswickTownshipDPRCS/
The 20th annual Women’s Leadership Summit, Rebound with Resilience: Ready to Go!, will be held at 9 a.m. Oct. 22 at the Doubletree by Hilton Princeton, 4355 Route 1.
Presented by the Middlesex County Regional Chamber of Commerce’s Women in Business Committee.
Keynote speaker is Sarah Chaplin, president and CEO of the State Theatre New Jersey.
For registration information, visit mcrcc.org
See the Pacific Southern Railroad through a fundraiser for Rocky Hill Community Services, a family-friendly model railroad show set for Oct. 23 and 24.
There will be 4,000 square feet of trains, buildings, bridges, cars, mountains, rivers, passengers and a circus train.
Show times are set for 10 a.m., 11 a.m., noon, 2 p.m., 3 p.m. and 4 p.m. Each show is 45 minutes.
Arrive 30 minutes early to arrive for parking and ticketing.
No reservations needed, but the attendance limit is 50 people per show.
Pay at the door. Donation is $10 per person; children 5 and under are free
All donations benefit the Rocky Hill Fire Company and the Rocky Hill First Aid and and Rescue Squad.
For more information, visit www.pacificsouthern.org
Jewish Family Services of Middlesex County (JFS) has relocated its main office to 219C Blackhorse Lane, North Brunswick, from Milltown.
From 2-4 p.m. Oct. 28, the agency will host a grand opening event at the main office to formally welcome the community to the new facility.
The grand opening event will be held concurrently with the agency’s annual meeting and Volunteer Appreciation celebration.
Local legislators, community leaders, nonprofits, business owners, volunteers and neighbors are invited to enjoy light refreshments and learn about JFS programs.
The presentation will review the past year’s tests and triumphs as well as honor the hard work of the agency’s dedicated volunteers.
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or 732-777-1940 by Oct. 14.
The Central Jersey Chapter 148 of the Korean War Veterans extend an invitation to any veterans, regardless of the branch of service, who served during the Korean War from June 25, 1950, to July 27, 1953, in any location; or who served in Korea from July 27, 1953, to the current date.
The group meets at 10 a.m. for a breakfast meeting the second Wednesday of every month from May to December at the Monroe Township Municipal Building, downstairs on the first floor.
Requirements for membership include paying dues of $25 to the Korean War Veterans Association and $10 to the chapter each year.
Korean War Veterans National Life membership if one is over age 80 is $75.
The chapter is involved in various functions during the year, including fundraising to help veterans at the New Jersey State Veterans Memorial Home in Menlo Park, the Lyons Veterans Hospital Lyons, and the Vineland Veterans Hospital in Vineland.
For more information, contact membership chair Charlie Koppelman at 609-655-3111 or KWVANJ148@yahoo.com
Middlesex County residents looking for local farmers, grocery stores or food pantries – as well as public transportation routes to get there – can download the interactive map-based Accessing Healthy Foods app.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Coastal & Northern New Jersey (BBBSCNNJ) is inviting Middlesex County residents to become a volunteer Big Brother or Big Sister to a local child.
BBBSCNNJ currently has 20 children on its Middlesex County waiting list, mostly boys.
BBBSCNNJ provides one-to-one mentoring for youth ages 6-18. Volunteer Big Brothers and Sisters spend quality time with their Littles each month, enjoying free or low-cost activities during which the child may learn new skills, explore new interests, or expand their experience beyond their family and neighborhood.
There are no special skills required, and BBBSCNNJ’s experienced staff provides continual support.
To be matched with a Middlesex County child, apply at mentornj.org.
Dove Hospice Services of New Jersey is seeking compassionate volunteers to provide support to local hospice patients and their families.
Hospice patient care volunteers visit with patients in their home, which can also be nursing facilities or assisted living facilities, at least once a week. Visits can be virtual and are during the day or early evening. Volunteers may also assist with administrative work in the hospice office.
To sign up for a virtual training class, contact Deborah Adams at 732-405-3035 or email Deborah@dovehs.com
The Center for Therapy & Counseling Services is offering a Teen Girls Support Group.
This free group offers girls ages 13-17 a safe place to connect, share stories and be encouraging. The goal is to enhance self esteem, self confidence and communication skills.
Each group is led by trained facilitators.
Girls meet weekly at 7 p.m. Thursdays, virtually.
Registration is required by calling 732-254-0600.
Or, email email@example.com for more information.
The Center for Therapy & Counseling Services is located at 15 W. Prospect St., East Brunswick.
Right at Home of Central New Jersey can organize a Senior Citizen Prom for local facilities.
They will provide music and entertainment.
A prom king and queen will be crowned.
For more information on how to schedule a prom, call 732-967-0900.
Serving northern Middlesex, Mercer and Monmouth counties.
New Jersey State Association of American Physicians of Indian Origin (AAPI) COVID Crisis Fund is supporting the rising demand for medical oxygen for hospitals in India.
Make a check payable to AAPI and mail to Dr. Binod Sinha, 4 Progress St., Suite A9, Edison 08820.
Or, visit https://njstateaapi.org/donation-for-medical-oxygen-to-india/ to donate online.
Sign up at https://forms.gle/nxuZUi5AMJe1RcyJ8
Saint Peter’s University Hospital in New Brunswick has launched the Substance Abuse and Addiction Loss Support Group for families who are coping with loss due to addiction.
The free and confidential support group meets virtually on the second Thursday of every month from 7-8:30 p.m.
Inspired by Saint Peter’s Opioid Task Force, the Substance Abuse and Addiction Loss Support Group is for families and close loved ones of people who have passed away from addiction.
The support group is open to everyone in New Jersey and serves as a safe space for families to discuss their grief.
To join the Substance Abuse and Addiction Loss Support Group, call Jeanne Delacruz, a social worker at Saint Peter’s who facilitates the support group, at 732-745-8522 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Amaranth at North Brunswick is the township’s first age-restricted community, currently under construction on Route 130.
Low- and moderate-income residents who would like to be part of the community can add an email address to be part of the marketing for the development.
To register, visit amaranthnj.com
Middlesex County’s Parks and Recreation Department will accept reservations for picnic groves at nine county parks via a new online reservation system.
The parks included in this new reservation system include Alvin Williams Park in Woodbridge; Donaldson Park in Highland Park; Fords Park in Woodbridge; Johnson Park in Piscataway; Joseph Medwick Park in Carteret; Merrill Park in Woodbridge; Roosevelt Park in Edison; Thompson Park in Monroe; Warren Park in Woodbridge.
These picnic groves offer visitors a socially distanced way to host picnics and small gatherings in an outdoor setting.
Fees vary for each location and are contingent on the Executive Order in place at the time of event.
To reserve a picnic grove online and view a list of accommodations provided at each grove such as electrical outlets, charcoal grills, shelter, etc., visit www.middlesexcountynj.gov/About/ParksRecreation/Pages/PR/Reservations.aspx.
A list of rules and regulations for the use of picnic areas will be listed on that page.
NAMI In Our Own Voice (NAMI En Nuestra Propia Voz) is a program by the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) New Jersey chapter geared toward community education and reducing the stigma of mental health, as trained volunteers share their lived experience of mental health recovery.
To schedule a presentation at a school, PTA meeting, congregation, town hall, support group or professional training, email email@example.com
Presentations are available in English and Spanish.
Gain stability from an in-demand occupation; apply for a Women’s Center career training grant from Jewish Family Services of Middlesex County.
Qualified persons who are active members of the JFS Women’s Center must submit an application and attend an interview. Grants are available for short-term training programs for in-demand jobs.
Eligible candidates must qualify as a “displaced homemaker,” a woman who is a single mother, divorced, separated, widowed, or living with a disabled spouse/partner.
For more information or to schedule an appointment, email firstname.lastname@example.org
French American School Princeton (FASP) is accepting enrollment.
At FASP, students in preschool (3 years old) through grade 8 benefit from a rigorous bilingual curriculum accredited by the Middle State Association Commissions on Elementary and Secondary Schools and the French Ministry of Education; personalized attention thanks to small class sizes; and a multicultural community with more than 30 nationalities represented.
FAPS is located at 75 Mapleton Road, Princeton.
Central Jersey SCORE, a non-profit resource partner of the Small Business Administration, is looking for volunteers to assist people looking to start a business or grow an existing small business.
The organization is recruiting business owners and executives, both current and retired, who want to share their experience and knowledge with today’s up-and-coming entrepreneurs.
The Central Jersey Chapter of SCORE serves Middlesex, Somerset and Hunterdon counties.
Central Jersey SCORE provides in-person mentoring and webinars, both offered virtually in line with current pandemic restrictions. In addition, the SCORE website offers tools and templates on a wide variety of topics and numerous online courses and webinars to assist small business owners through every aspect of business development and management. Services are offered free of charge.
Anyone interested in volunteering with SCORE or seeking additional information should email email@example.com