Celebrate the sounds of the 60s when The British Invasion Years, a nostalgic musical tribute band, performs in East Brunswick on Saturday, November 17th at 8:00 PM. All proceeds will benefit Temple B'nai Shalom.
Anshe Emeth Memorial Temple will hold a used book sale Nov. 18-20. It features used books, CDs and DVDs at great prices, and for all ages and interests. Hours: Sunday, Nov. 18th 9am to 2pm Monday and Tuesday, Nov. 19th and 20th 5pm to 7pm. Address: 222 Livingston Ave. New Brunswick, NJ
The Woodbridge Community Choir's Second Annual Holiday Craft and Vendor Fair is happening Sunday, November 18th from 10am to 4pm located in the Woodbridge High School Gymnasium, 1 Samuel Lupo Place Woodbridge, NJ 07095. Enjoy a fun filled day with getting photos with Santa, a Thanksgiving pie sale, food trucks, and so much more!
Tricky Tray event benefiting Empower Somerset and the Center School. Browse our selection of valuable prizes, artfully crafted for your families delight, while enjoying complimentary dessert, coffee, and tea. *Outside refreshments welcomed. Single admission tickets and tables of 8 are available. Tables of 10 are sold out. Contact Brenda Esler EmPoWER Somerset 908-722-4900 [email protected]
The Red Shoe will be having it's third annual luncheon and fashion show on Friday, December 7th from 10am to 2pm at the Bridgewater Manor in Bridgewater, NJ. This will be great opportunity for networking and shopping among other businesses. There will also be a silent auction and an announcement of Business Woman of the Year! Tickets on sale now!
Tina rocks. She rocks Lambertville, New Hope, Doylestown, and once a month she rocks the vines at Unionville. You're invited to join her band of merrymakers for a vineyard open mic in the tasting room on Friday, December 14 at 6:30PM to 10:00PM. We serve wine by the glass or bottle and encourage guests to bring small bites to enjoy while the music plays. There's no cover charge, and we promise you a raucous, rocking...even riotous good time. Performers should…
As a private not-for-profit organization, the New Jersey Vietnam Veterans’ Memorial Foundation is fully self-sustaining and relies on the support of the community, both financially and through participation, to meet and exceed its mission.