The Chabad Jewish Center of South Brunswick will hold its annual Lag Ba’Omer event on May 19 at the chabad, 1 Riva Ave., North Brunswick.
There will be a BBQ, music, activities and crafts.
Admission is $10. Open to the public.
RSVP by calling Rabbi Levi Azimov at 732-398-9492 or visit www.chabadsouthbrunswick.com
Donate to the North Brunswick Humane Association while spring cleaning.
Items will be accepted from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. May 22 at the North Brunswick Senior Center, 15 Linwood Pl.
Items sought include clothing, collectibles, costume jewelry, handbags, holiday items, housewares, kitchen items, pet items, tools, toys and games, small appliances, small furniture and spring equipment.
Items not acceptable include car seats, chemicals and oils, cosmetics, cribs, large exercise equipment, large furniture, strollers or TVS and monitors.
Must leave items with an NBHA volunteer.
Special arrangements can be made by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
The Friends of the South Brunswick Library are collecting music CDs, DVDs, audio books, BlueRay discs and video games for its June book sale.
Drop off items at the library, 110 Kingston Lane, Monmouth Junction section of South Brunswick.
The Township of North Brunswick will hold its sixth annual Community Wide Yard Sales during the first three Saturdays in May.
On May 21, the Zone 3 yard sales will be held between Route 1 and Route 27 and from How Lane south to Finnegans Lane, including Driscoll Rd. and the Fingers section (Excelsior, Thalia, Cordelia, etc.).
The yard sales will be rain or shine.
Participant lists are posted at www.northbrunswicknj.gov at noon on the Friday before the yard sale.
On the Monday following each yard sale, a collection of bulk material will be automatically scheduled for each registered household. The Department of Public Works will collect only bulk items that were not sold and placed at the curb, which may include indoor and non-metal outdoor furniture; large toys; bagged clothing, textiles, dishes, glasses; small appliances and home décor items. Metal items such as bicycles, air conditioners and bed frames will be collected on the Wednesday following each yard sale.
For further information regarding the post-sale collection regulations, call the Department of Public Works at 732-297-1134.
Kindergarten registration is open in North Brunswick for the 2022-23 school year.
Students must be 5 years old by Oct. 1, 2022, to attend kindergarten. They must also reside in North Brunswick.
Eligible students who are already attending North Brunswick Public Schools’ preschool program will be automatically enrolled in kindergarten.
Call 732-289-3040 or visit www.nbtschools.org for detailed information.
Both the Kendall Park First Aid and Rescue Squad and the Monmouth Junction First Aid Squad are seeking new volunteer members.
Anyone age 18 or older who wants to save lives should apply.
Free training will be provided.
Anyone interested should call 888-842-6060.
The North Brunswick Board of Education has scheduled meetings at 7 p.m. at the Board Office, 25 Linwood Place, unless otherwise noted:
Conference meeting May 18 at Parsons Elementary School, 899 Hollywood Pl.
Regular public meeting May 25.
Conference meeting June 8 at North Brunswick Township High School, 98 Raider Road.
Republic public meeting June 22, July 27, Aug. 24, Sept. 28, Oct. 19 and Nov. 16.
Conference meeting Dec. 7 at Livingston Park Elementary, 1128 Livingston Ave.
Regular public meeting Dec. 21.
If any regular public meeting cannot be broadcast live, it will be taped.
For updated information, the meeting agendas and links to any recorded meetings, visit nbtschools.org
A Construction Carnival will be held on the lawn of the South Brunswick Public Library from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. May 21. The library is located at 110 Kingston Lane, Monmouth Junction section of South Brunswick.
Presented by the SBPL Foundation.
There will be construction vehicles, children’s games, crafts, and appearances by local legislators.
A career fair to recruit law enforcement professionals will be held at Middlesex College on May 24 from 2-7 p.m., held in West Hall on the Edison campus, 2600 Woodbridge Ave.
Park in Lot 1 or 2.
Attendees should bring a copy of their resume.
The fair will include representatives from every municipal police department in the county, plus the FBI, ATF, New Jersey State Police, Rutgers University and Middlesex College, and the Middlesex County Department of Corrections and the Sheriff’s Office.
The fair is sponsored by the Middlesex College Police Department, the Middlesex County Association of Chiefs of Police, and the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office.
Kingston: On The Map will be on view through November from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays in the History Room at the D&R Canal Locktender’s House, on old Lincoln Highway (off Route 27) in Kingston.
The village of Kingston has hosted colonial taverns, armies during the American Revolution, canal boats, railroad trains and travelers on the Lincoln Highway. One of the oldest settlements in central New Jersey, Kingston evolved with America over its 340-year history.
The display uses journal entries and prints of a dozen historical maps to illustrate Kingston’s evolution, from settlement to commercial center to modern community. One map shows how Kingston moved between the colonies of east and west New Jersey. Another shows both Kingston and Princeton divided by county lines. Railroads appeared in the 19th century, disappearing by the 20th. The Delaware and Raritan Canal was built for commerce, but is now a recreation destination.
This display follows a talk by George Luck, Jr. and Charlie Dieterich, titled “Why is Kingston Here?” given this past February.
Air circulation is limited, so masks and distancing are requested.
For more information, visit www.khsnj.org/
The Kingston Historical Society is planning events, including a community walk on May 21 and a panel discussion later this spring. Details of future events and a video of the February talk are available on the organization’s website, www.khsnj.org/.
North Brunswick’s 43rd annual Memorial Day 5K Run/Walk will be held May 30 at North Brunswick Community Park, 2053 Route 130 south.
Check in is at 7:30 a.m. The 5K begins at 8:30 a.m.
Dress in a patriotic outfit for the contest. The top three most patriotic runners and walkers will win a prize.
Also, a Children’s Dash for kids ages 1-5 will promote healthy kids. All participants will get a ribbon.
Packet pickup will be from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. May 24 or from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. May 26 at the Parks Maintenance Facility inside Community Park, 2051 Route 130.
For registration information, visit https://runsignup.com/race/NJ/NorthBrunswick/NB5K
North Brunswick will hold its annual Memorial Day commemoration ceremony beginning at 11 a.m. May 30 at Veterans Park on Roosevelt Avenue.
Social distancing and masks required.
For more information on the ceremony, call the Department of Parks, Recreation & Community Services at 732-247-0922, ext. 475.
On June 2 and 3, support the Hugs for Brady Foundation of South Brunswick by joining the “Over the Edge” event and rappel 256 feet off the Hilton Meadowlands, 2 Meadowlands Plaza, East Rutherford.
Support treatments and the quest for cures for pediatric cancer.
For more information or to register, visit https://hugsforbrady.org/over-the-edge/?mc_cid=1a433893ad&mc_eid=a205aeedc6
Westfield Senior High School Class of 1976 will hold its reunion weekend June 3-5.
The reunion will kick off on June 3 at 6:30 p.m. with a casual get-together at Crossroads in Garwood.
On June 4, join classmates at the Shady Rest at Scotch Hills Country Club for an event featuring a buffet, beer and wine and music.
Registration can be found at www.westfieldhigh76.com.
A website is available with more detailed information, including hotel and travel information.
For more information, contact either Ruth Liebesman at email@example.com or Jim Bivona at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join CentralJersey.com at Monroe 33 Tennis, Basketball and Sports Center for their Kids Expo on June 5 from noon to 4 p.m.
Expect fun, games and more from vendors for kids and parents.
More information on vendors and activities coming soon.
This event is free, but pre-registration is requested for all attendees. Pre-register at nmg.ticketleap.com/kids22/
For vendor opportunities, email email@example.com.
The North Brunswick Humane Association will hold its annual flea market from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. June 11 in the parking lot of Our Lady of Peace Church, 1740 Route 130 north, North Brunswick.
Rain date is June 18.
For more information, visit www.northbrunswickhumane.org/events/flea-market-rummage-sale-saturday-june-11-2022/
The 10th annual Tour de South Brunswick will be held by the Education Foundation of South Brunswick on June 12.
There will be three routes: a 4-mile Family Fun Ride through a local neighborhood; a 10-mile casual Fun Ride through scenic and rural sections of the township; and 25-mile tour throughout all areas of the township, including a rest stop at Eagle’s Landing DayCamp.
The 25-mile ride starts at 8:30 a.m., followed by the 10mile at 9 a.m. and the 4-mile at 10 a.m. Check in begins one hour before each scheduled time.
In addition, the 2-mile Foundation Fun Walk begins at 11 a.m. Check in starts at 10:15 a.m.
Support the South Brunswick School District.
To register, visit edfoundationsb.org or efsb.org
American Legion Post 401 will hold a blood drive from 1-7 p.m. June 14 at the post, 148 Major Road, Monmouth Junction section of South Brunswick.
Sign up at nybc.org/njdrive.
Remember to eat, drink and bring a donor ID card, or ID with name and photo.
North Brunswick’s 25th Anniversary Youth Sports Festival returns June 17 to July 4 at the field next to Chamberlain University, 630 Route 1 north, North Brunswick.
Entertainment includes pig racing, motorcycle show, magic show, petting zoo, laser light show, fireworks, food vendors and live music.
For event information, visit www.facebook.com/NBYSFofficial
For ticket information, visit www.northbrunswickyouthsportsfestival.com/p/tickets
North Brunswick will hold its annual Father’s Day Fishing Derby beginning at 8 a.m. June 19 at Boyd Pond, Independence Boulevard, off Route 130 south.
This free event is for children from pre-K to eighth grade with their favorite adults.
Bring your own poles, bait and chairs.
For more information, call the North Brunswick Department of Parks, Recreation & Community Services at 732-247-0922, ext. 475.
The Redhawks Native American Arts Council will hold its Native American Heritage Celebration June 18 and 19 at the Middlesex County Fairgrounds, 655 Cranbury Road, East Brunswick.
Redhawk Council produces the largest heritage celebrations in the Northeast which include over 1,000 Native American artists, performers, and educators.
Buy tickets at raritanpw2022.eventbrite.com
Middlesex County’s Plays-in-the-Park is returning to the stage this summer with performances of “Something Rotten!,” “The SpongeBob Musical” and “A Chorus Line” as part of Plays-in-the-Park’s 60th season.
Plays-In-The-Park will be held at 8 p.m. performance nights at the Stephen J. Capestro Theater at Roosevelt Park, 1 Pine Dr., Edison.
“Something Rotten!” is set for June 22 to July 2. Welcome to the 1590s, where brothers Nick and Nigel Bottom are desperate to write a show that will rival William Shakespeare. This show tells the story of the Bottom brothers as they attempt to write the world’s very first musical.
“The SpongeBob Musical” will be performed July 13-23. Since its launch on July 17, 1999, SpongeBob SquarePants has reigned as the No. 1 kids’ animated series on TV’s Nickelodeon.
“A Chorus Line” is scheduled for Aug. 3-13. Exploring the inner lives and ambitions of professional Broadway gypsies, the show captures the spirit and tension of a Broadway chorus audition.
The Box Office opens at 5:30 p.m. each night and patrons are admitted to the seating area immediately after purchasing tickets. All shows start at 8 p.m. The box office closes at 8:30 p.m. each show night.
Bring a lawn chair.
Ticket price is $7 per adult, $5 per senior citizen 60 and over, and children 12 and younger enter for free.
In the case of inclement weather, save the ticket stub for use at another performance this season.
In partnership with Replenish, Middlesex County’s food distribution organization, Plays-in-the-Park will be collecting nutritious food for residents in need throughout the season. Bring a non-perishable food item when attending performances.
For more information, visit www.middlesexcountynj.gov/find-programs-and-resources/parks-and-recreation/plays-in-the-park/box-office-policies
South Brunswick will hold its Independence Day celebration on July 1. Rain date will be July 8.
The entertainment details will be announced.
NJ Audubon will hold Family Fun Week programs at Davidson Mill Pond Park in North Brunswick.
Children and adults can join Miss Anne of NJ Audubon to explore nature while searching for critters in the field, in the forest or in the pond. Test skills by building a bird nest or making a survival shelter.
Sessions are available July 5 and 6, or July 7 and 8, both from 9 a.m. to noon.
This program is appropriate for adult/child combinations, ages 3-13.
Pre-registration is required. Visit https://njaudubon.org/summer-camps/
There is a maximum of 1,000 runners allowed for the second annual Daniel Anderl Love is Light 5K, scheduled for July 16 at North Brunswick Community Park, so registration is open now.
The charity race will benefit the St. Augustine of Canterbury School in the Kendall Park section of South Brunswick, through the Daniel Anderl Class of 2014 Scholarship Fund.
Create a team or virtual team, or contribute as a sponsor.
To register, visit https://runsignup.com/Race/NJ/NorthBrunswickCommunityParkNorthBrunswick/LoveisLight5K
The Freehold High School Class of ’72 will celebrate its 50th class reunion on July 23 at the American Hotel in Freehold.
Tickets are $85 per person, and must be purchased in advance; no tickets will be sold at the door.
The deadline for ticket purchases is July 13. Contact Sue Shrott at Sueshrott@gmail.com or 732-995-7754.
Dove Hospice Services of New Jersey is seeking volunteers who are willing to make a difference with individuals who are experiencing the challenge of end-of-life.
Dove Hospice Services is looking for individuals who can dedicate a small amount of time each month to provide companionship-friendly visits, life review, play cards, sewing, knitting or craft projects, music enrichment, pet therapy and office or administrative assistance, according to a press release.
Dove Hospice Services is expanding its “We Honor Veterans” program and is seeking motivated veterans who are interested in providing compassion, support and outreach to fellow veterans and their families.
Visits can be made to individuals living in facilities or private homes. Ongoing training is provided. Volunteers must be 18 or older and a COVID vaccine is required. For additional information, contact Michelle Rutigliano at 732-405-3035.
Alateen is a confidential fellowship of teenage relatives and friends of alcoholics, ages 13-19.
Young people come together to share experience, strength and hope; discuss difficulties; learn effective ways to cope with problems; encourage one another; and have fun.
Meetings are held at 7:30 p.m. Thursdays at St. Barnabas Episcopal Church, 142 Sand Hills Road, Monmouth Junction section of South Brunswick.
For questions, text 732-881-4438 or 732-690-5195.
For more information, visit https://al-anon.org/newcomers/teen-corner-alateen/
The South Brunswick Commission on Women is looking for female student volunteers who will help other young women set goals and become leaders.
Join monthly meetings and be part of the leadership team. Assist with building a new website. Assist with the annual domestic violence walk. Write articles about commission events. Help with managing the scholarship program. Be part of planning the annual Women Leadership Conference.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit https://sbcommissiononwomen.org/
The South Brunswick Township Domestic Violence Response Team, in collaboration with Women Aware, is seeking new applicants to join their team of volunteer domestic violence advocates.
The team, which assists the South Brunswick Police Department, serves in an on-call basis, and is generally only called out a few times each month. Team members help individuals affected by domestic violence by providing emotional support, information on options, resources, and services available, and can help develop a safety plan.
The team, currently comprised of three members, is looking to increase its numbers to provide greater assistance to the community.
Applicants will be subject to a background check, fingerprinting and an interview process.
Those applicants who are chosen to join the team must complete a 40-hour training session provided by Women Aware.
Apply at https://womenaware.net/volunteer/.
The Monroe Township Jewish War Veterans Post 609 is collecting United States and foreign stamps, both on and off envelopes.
Stamps are used by veterans as a hobby and as therapy at VA medical centers nationwide.
The stamps are not traded or sold; they are forwarded to veteran patients at no charge.
Also requested are DVDs suitable for veterans at those locations.
Send all items to JWV Post 609, c/o Charles Koppelman, 6 Yarmouth Dr., Monroe Township 08831.
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, including Europe; or who have served in Korea from July 27, 1953, to the current date.
Other veterans may join as associate members.
The group meets at 10 a.m. the second Wednesday of every month, from May to December, at the Monroe Township Municipal Building, 1 Municipal Plaza, in the court room.
Requirements for membership include paying dues of $25 to the Korean War Veterans Association and $10 to the chapter per year.
Korean War Veterans National LIFE membership is available for those 80 and older, and 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 campus of the VA New Jersey Health Care System, and the New Jersey Veterans Memorial Home at Vineland.
For more information, contact Charlie Koppelman at 609-655-3111 or KWVANJ@yahoo.com
South Brunswick High School’s Viking Closet is running low on inventory.
Donations of gently used adult-sized winter coats are needed, as well as sweatshirts and sweatpants.
The high school is located at 750 Ridge Road, Monmouth Junction section of South Brunswick.
The North Brunswick Township Municipal Alliance Committee is holding a glove and mitten drive for youth and adult sizes to assist the North Brunswick Domestic Violence Team during January.
Bring items to the North Brunswick Senior Center, 15 Linwood Place, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. weekdays.
Mark all items North Brunswick Municipal Alliance Committee, Attn: Lou Ann Benson.
For more information, call 732-247-0922, ext. 475.
The South Brunswick Public Library will offer Homework Buddies tutoring from 4:30-7:30 p.m. Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, through May, at the library, 110 Kingston Lane, Monmouth Junction section of South Brunswick.
Open to students in grades K-12.
No appointment necessary.
Tutoring is not available on school holidays or early closing days.
For more information, visit www.sbpl.org
The South Brunswick Education Foundation is participating in a Printer Cartridge and Electronics Recycling Fundraiser to help benefit the South Brunswick School District.
Drop off used Canon and HP Inkjet cartridges; new unused Canon, Dell, HP and Lexmark printer cartridges; and laptops.
Look for a collection box at each of the district schools; the South Brunswick Library, 110 Kingston Lane; and Better Homes and Gardens Maturo Realty, 1 New Road.
For more information, email email@example.com
The North Brunswick Ice Rink across from the Municipal Complex on Hermann Road is open for free skating from 2-8 p.m. Saturdays and from 5-8 p.m. Thursdays.
For more information, call the North Brunswick Department of Parks, Recreation & Community Services at 732-247-0922, ext. 475.
The North Brunswick Municipal Alliance Committee will hold the Warm the Sole Sock Drive to benefit the North Brunswick Domestic Violence Team.
Men’s, women’s and children’s socks are needed.
Donations can be dropped off at the North Brunswick Senior Center, 15 Linwood Pl., from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays.
Call 732-902-1590 for more information.
The South Brunswick Public Library Foundation is more than halfway to its $500,000 financial goal to cover the cost of repairs and an addition at the public library.
There are a variety of naming opportunities and sponsorship levels available to give support.
View a display of the planned addition and improvements now in the lobby of the library, 110 Kingston Lane, Monmouth Junction section of South Brunswick.
Changes and improvements include interior renovations, such as HVAC repairs and ADA upgrades, plus a 10,400-square-foot wing and enlarged parking area to be built using the municipally-owned lots next door. The wing will include a large meeting room and a 128-seat auditorium with stage.
The authorized cost of the plan is $7,198,704. Funding will come from several sources, including a state grant of $3,586,852, a township bond of $3,011,852, a SBPL Trustee contribution of $250,000 with the balance to be fundraised by the foundation.
Township residents will only pay 42 cents on the dollar.
For details on how to help the campaign, visit www.sbplfoundation.org or contact Library Director Chris Carbone at 732-329-4000, ext. 7287, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Construction is expected to begin in 2022 and completed by late 2023.
The South Brunswick Public Library is seeking volunteers to help share their skills, enthusiasm and professional experience with adult English language learners.
The library offers ESL/ELL and English Conversation Group classes on an ongoing basis and needs volunteers to help the program grow.
All volunteers must be 18 years of age or older.
The library will provide resources, curriculum guides and training opportunities.
To apply, visit https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf1mJCRHm4TW63onm3UvDhWA4UkLijWymbl07qNqxycwoHZMQ/viewform?usp=send_form
For more information, contact Jill D’Amico, head of Information Services, at 732-329-4000, ext. 7638, or email@example.com
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 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 firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The Center for Therapy & Counseling Services is located at 15 W. Prospect St., East Brunswick.
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 email@example.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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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 email@example.com
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 firstname.lastname@example.org