| Item 2014-12-16 Rahway - New Years Eve concert featuring Lisa Bouchelle with opening act Luke Elliot. Wednesday, December 31, 2014 at 8:30 PM at the Hamilton Stage 360 Hamilton Street, Rahway, NJ. Tickets: $25 Advance; $27 Day of Performance. Call the Box Office (732) 499-8226 or visit www.ucpac.org
Item 2014-12-16 Garwood - The Annual Re-organization Meeting of the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Garwood for year 2015 will be held on Friday, January 2, 2015, at 7:15 p.m., in the Council Chambers, Municipal Building, 403 South Avenue, Garwood, NJ. The public is encouraged to attend.
Additionally, Dog Licenses are due during the month of January in the Borough of Garwood. To obtain or renew your license, visit the Municipal Clerk's office at 403 South Avenue, Garwood, Monday through Friday, between 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Proof of rabies vaccine covering the entire licensing year is necessary. If you have any questions, please call 908-789-0710.
Item 2014-12-09 Westfield - Announced on Monday, December 8, the winner is third grader Skyler Lipkind of Westfield, NJ for the Everybody Loves Hazel raffle. The raffle took place at Hazels Birthday Party celebrated at Carlos Bakery of Westfield. Skyler has generously donated his signed copy of Everybody Loves Hazel to The Washington Elementary Schools library.
Item 2014-12-08 Fanwood - Due to the forecast of inclement weather, the Carriage House Poetry Series celebration of its 16th anniversary, scheduled for Tuesday evening, Dec. 9, has been canceled. The series will resume in February.
Item 2014-12-05 ELIZABETH - The Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders and the County Manager invite you to the 59th annual Christmas Carol Sing-a-long Around the rotunda Christmas Tree on Wednesday, December 24th, at 10:30 a.m. The event will be held in the rotunda of the Union County Courthouse building, 2 Broad Street, Elizabeth, NJ. County Manager Alfred J. Faella is the master of ceremonies. The event includes caroling, musical entertainment from Glen Merritt of the Countys Facilities Management Division, and a visit from Santa.
Item 2014-12-05 Westfield - Just sharing a quick update regarding the Town of Westfield leaf collection. The Town is more than half way done with the 2nd pass in our Ward and the 2nd pass should be completed by next Friday, December 12th. There will be a 3rd pass as well followed by the street sweeper. Thanks again and have a nice weekend. Mark LoGrippo, David Oliveira, 3rd Ward Councilmen
Item 2014-12-05 Westfield - High School Choir and Band Christmas Trees Disposal Service set to take place on January 3; Westfield High School Choir and Band will once again be holding its popular Christmas tree pick up fundraiser. Proceeds will go directly to the 2015 choir and band trips to Scotland/England and Austria/Czech Republic. Pick up is scheduled for Saturday, January 3, 2015 with a January 10 snow date; high school music students will remove the tree from curbside and transport to the conservation center. This service is available to Westfield residents at $15 per tree; additional donation is greatly appreciated. Please make checks payable to WHS Music, cash is also accepted. Reservation can be made via email to firstname.lastname@example.org, by January 1st. Please include your last name, address and a phone number.
Item 2014-12-05 Westfield - Youre cordially invited to Winter Wonderland, a magical adventure full of creative crafts, fun games and yummy treats! Saturday, December 13th 10am to 2pm in the cafeteria at Westfield High School (enter through the back lot). Hosted by Westfield High Schools Key Club to benefit the UNICEF Eliminate Project. Tickets $12 for children. Perfect for children 3 to 11.
Item 2014-12-05 Plainfield - Share the joy of the holidays with family and friends at a special family concert featuring festive music of the season. The childrens matinee concert of Toys and Other Magic will be performed by the New Jersey Intergenerational Orchestra (NJIO) on Sunday, December 14th at 3 pm at St. Bernard and St. Stanislaus Church, 1235 George Street in Plainfield. The program will be performed without an intermission and includes family-friendly music, a childrens play-along piece, and post-concert interactive instrument petting zoo, where kids try out several different orchestral musical instruments under the guidance of one of the intergenerational musicians of the orchestra. Admission is free. Handicap access from Sumner Ave. entrance. For more information regarding this concert or patron services, please contact Mary Beth Sweet, email@example.com or (908) 603-7691. NJIO is committed to ensuring that its programs and events are accessible to all.
Item 2014-12-04 Scotch Plains - The Fanwood Scotch Plains Rotary is still collecting food for our Annual Food Drive thru Dec 10th. Food will be donated to the Hillside Community Food Bank. Food can be dropped off the Scotch Plains YMCA and Newmark School in Scotch Plains. Last year we collected approx 900 lbs of food. Please NO Cellophane bags, water or baby food.
Item 2014-12-04 Scotch Plains - The Six Annual SPF Leadership Training Conference to be held February 7, 2015 at SPFHS The Educational Enrichment Foundation of SPF and the SPF School District will co-sponsor a leadership training conference for middle school students on Saturday, 2/7/15 at SPFHS. SPF LTC 100 will train over 130 new student leaders from grades 5-8.
SPF LTC 100 takes some of the best features of the New Jersey Association of Student Councils (NJASC) four-day Leadership Training Conference held in the summer and condenses them into one day.
Please find a link to the NJASC LTC:
SPF LTC 100, under the leadership of Phyllis Mirabella (EEF of SPF), is in its sixth year. It will teach leadership skills to over 120 Delegates. After the 2015 conference, the program will have trained over 700 students to become leaders in their schools and communities. The program is possible due to the efforts of over 70 volunteers. The volunteers include Junior Counselors (JCs) and Senior Counselors (SCs).
Parents of 5-8 graders from Park and Terrill Middle Schools and St. Bartholomews Academy should contact their Guidance Department if they would like additional information on the program.
Item 2014-12-03 Westfield - The Westfield Recreation Department will host its 24th Annual Holiday Concert featuring the Westfield Community Concert Band and the Edison Intermediate School Broadway Singers on Wednesday, December 17, 2014 at 7:30 p.m. at Edison Intermediate School in Westfield. This free public concert culminates a year-long series of performances by the Westfield Community Concert Band in celebration of the bands 102nd anniversary concert season. For more information, contact Barry Rosenberg, band president; 908-337-9073; firstname.lastname@example.org
Item 2014-12-02 Cranford - Santa will make a second appearance in Cranford on December 20th. His first stop will be at Centennial Village from 10 a.m. to 12 noon at the corner of Lincoln and Centennial Avenues. He will then return to the gazebo on the corner of N. Union and Springfield Avenues from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. for his Annual Holiday Trolley rides around Cranford. All these events are open to the public and are free of charge.
Item 2014-12-02 Westfield - A combined chorus of The Choral Art Society of New Jersey and The Presbyterian Church in Westfield choirs will lead a Messiah Community Sing, with soloists, and organist Ed Alstrom, in The Presbyterian Church in Westfield at 3:00 PM, Sunday, December 14, 2014. Martin Sedek, Musical Director, will conduct the beloved Handel oratorio.
The Messiah Community Sing is a Westfield area tradition, and an ideal way to kick off the holiday season. Audience members are invited to bring scores, or borrow one of ours at the door, and join in the singing of choruses, or simply come to listen. Come as you are, and prepare to have a grand time making a big joyful noise! Admission is $10 at the door.
For information about the Choral Art Society of New Jersey, visit website www.casofnj.org or call 908-654-5737.
Item 2014-11-29 Westfield Holy Trinity Interparochial Schools Drama Club will present Christmas Eve Chaos, a light comedy of errors written by Angela Tomaselli and directed by Paul OConnor. The show opens with a mother and her young children, all filled with Christmas excitement, ready to set out for some quick and easy last-minute errands on Christmas Eve. Or so they think. Over the course of the day, they're forced to confront disgruntled employees, a post-office brawl, a sour Santa, a toy store stampede, and more. Will they ever make it home safely, and with their Christmas spirit intact? Christmas Eve Chaos is a humorous look at a hectic holiday. The main cast includes students in grades 4 through 6, with a supporting cast of second- and third-graders. Tickets are $10 at the door. Come experience a little holiday mayhem on Friday, Dec. 12 or Saturday, Dec. 13 at 7:30 p.m. on the Pollard Hall stage at Our Lady of Lourdes, 300 Central Ave., Mountainside.
Item 2014-11-29 Cranford - The Union County Historical Society will hold its special Holiday meeting on Sunday, December 14, 2:00 p.m. at the Hanson House, 38 Springfield Ave. in Cranford. The featured speaker will be Joe Renna, publisher of the popular newspaper, "Around About Peterstown."
The meeting is open to the public. For further information, visit www.unioncountyhistoricalsocietynj.org.
Item 2014-11-29 Westfield - With the holiday season in full swing, The Chansonettes of Westfield are getting ready for their "Holiday Harmony" winter concert tour. The all women's singing group will perform their holiday concert series over the next few weeks at Chelsea Fanwood, Sunrise of Westfield, Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church, The Springfield Presbyterian Church and Runnells Specialized Hospital. The choral program will feature songs celebrating the harmony of the holiday season including including "Celebrate This Day Together","Are You Ready for Christmas?", "Rock of Ages" and "Let There Be Peace on Earth."
The Chansonettes,in existence for over 60 years, performs a holiday concert series in December and a spring concert series in May of each year. The women rehearse once a week on Wednesday nights at the Presbyterian Church on Mountain Avenue in Westfield, under the direction of Jean Schork and accompanied by Mel Freda.
Anyone needing more information regarding joining the group or booking a future concert may call co-president Amy Herrington at (908) 317-5910.
Item 2014-11-28 Plainfield - The Crescent Singers present the forty-second annual Yuletide by Candelight on December 14 at 5 p.m. at the historic Crescent Avenue Presbyterian Church in Plainfield. Bring friends and family to this free concert and enjoy Christmas music from every age. Ample free, secure parking in Church lot (Entrance on 1st Place - connected to church by walkway). Call 908-756-2468 or visit www.crescentconcerts.org for more information about this and upcoming concerts.
Item 2014-11-26 Clark - Holiday Flea Market & Gift Show; Saturday, December 13, 2014 9-5 PM Indoors & Outdoors; Arthur L. Johnson High School, 365 Westfield Ave. (off Raritan Road), Clark, NJ 07066; Admission: Free; Sponsor: Clark UNICO; For information call 201-998-1144 or email@example.com; There will be 50+ exhibitors displaying quality merchandise such as oil & incense, handbags, sports collectibles, jewelry, clothing, dollar items, gift items, gloves & scarves, toys, perfumes, antiques & collectibles, garage/tag sale items.; There will be delicious food served.; JC Promotions is coordinating this event, offering 4 free spaces to any school organization that would like to participate. Support Clark UNICO and do your shopping with us.
Item 2014-11-26 Trenton, NJ With Winter Storm Cato expected to impede transportation and travel throughout New Jersey, Governor Chris Christie today declared a State of Emergency, authorizing the State Director of Emergency Management to activate and coordinate the preparation, response and recovery efforts for the storm with all county and municipal emergency operations and governmental agencies. Commuters are asked to use extreme caution while traveling across the state. Todays storm is expected to produce travel hazards and potentially cause power outages throughout the state, said Governor Christie. Ive authorized state officials to take all necessary action to prepare, and my Administration will continue monitoring conditions throughout the remainder of the storm. With higher than normal traffic volume due to the Thanksgiving holiday, I strongly encourage all New Jerseyans to drive carefully so that they and their families arrive safely at their destinations. Already affecting parts of the state, Winter Storm Cato is expected to continue into the evening, bringing rain, snow, mixed precipitation, and strong winds.
Item 2014-11-26 Scotch Plains - Temple Sholom Holiday Boutique; December 7th, 2014 from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm; 1925 Lake Avenue; Scotch Plains; Nearly two dozen vendors will be in attendance selling a variety of goods and services including jewelry, soaps, candles, food and cooking items, hand knitted/crocheted scarves and accessories, and handbags.; All are welcome to come in to browse and buy!
Item 2014-11-26 Westfield - A Winter Storm Warning is in effect until 1PM Thursday. Snow accumulation of 4 to 8 inches is anticipated. Residents are requested to remove their vehicles from the roadway to facilitate plowing. Chief Wayman also advises that parking on the following streets, or the identified portions thereof, is prohibited whenever snow has fallen: - Central Ave (entire length); - Clark St (between W Dudley Ave & Edgewood Ave); - E Broad St (between Mountain Ave & N Euclid Ave); - Prospect St (between E Broad St & E Dudley Ave); - W South Ave (between Westfield Ave & Central Ave); - W Broad St (entire length). Parking is prohibited on these streets, or the identified portions thereof, until after the snow has ceased falling and the roads have been sufficiently plowed. The Westfield Police Department will enforce these parking restrictions.
Item 2014-11-25 Scotch Plains - The Police Dept will be out in force along with other law enforcement agencies throughout New Jersey and the rest of the nation for the Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over crackdown on drunken drivers from December 5th through January 2nd.
Item 2014-11-24 Plainfield - BUF, The Black United Fund (BUF) Health and Human Services on Thanksgiving Day will serve Luncheon for Needy Families. BUF with generous contributions ill be providing complimentary meals to needy, underprivileged families in the Plainfield area. Where: BUFs main offices, located at 403 West 7th Street in Plainfield, NJ; When: November 27, 2014, 12:30 a.m.-3 p.m.
This Thursday, BUF will be hosting a Thanksgiving Day Feast, with the help of its kitchen staff and local volunteers. All families are welcome, and complimentary meals will be provided to all who attend.
Plainfield has a population of nearly 50,000 residents, 19 percent of which live below the poverty level. The census also showed that 11 percent of Plainfield families receive food stamps. Serving the community is one of BUFs core beliefs.
Item 2014-11-22 Fanwood - On Wednesday, December 1, 2014 at 6:30 p.m. in the Administration Office on 75 Martine Avenue North in Fanwood, all interested citizens will be given an opportunity to present their opinion regarding which projects the Mayor and Council should submit to the Union County Community Development Revenue Sharing Committee at the above time and place. For further information contact the Borough Clerk at (908) 322-8236.
Item 2014-11-18 Westfield - The Farmers Market, at the South Ave. train station in Westfield, presented by The Greater Westfield Area Chamber of Commerce will have a Special Thanksgiving Market this Saturday, November 22nd from 8:30 until 2:00 pm
Item 2014-11-18 Cranford - The second-prize Mega Millions tickets, soon to expire, was purchased at Krauszer's on Raritan Road in Cranford for the Dec. 17, 2013 drawing, according to state lottery officials.
Item 2014-11-18 Cranford - Charity Jewelry Sale at Trinity Cranford: Saturday December 6, 2014 8:30 AM to 12:00 PM: At Trinity Episcopal Church (Witherington Hall): 119 Forest Avenue, Cranford, NJ: All are Welcome: For more information contact: Marion at (908)245-1892
Item 2014-11-18 Cranford - The Wednesday Morning Club will celebrate the holidays with a Philanthropic Tea/Luncheon on Wednesday, December 10, at 1 p.m. in Il Giardino on Miln Street in Cranford. Co-presidents Dot Conheeney and Barbara Jackson of Westfield will introduce The Madrigal Singers who will perform under the direction of Anthony Rafaniello.
Item 2014-11-17 Garwood - The Annual Christmas Tree Lighting is being held on Saturday, November 29, 2014 at 5:00PM in the parking lot at Borough Hall. The public is invited to come and kick off the Holiday Season and Santa will be arriving for a visit and pictures. Refreshments will be served.
Item 2014-11-17 Be Our Guest => Free, 3-month Trial of the newspaper For new subscribers, mailing in Union County to WESTFIELD, GARWOOD, SCOTCH PLAINS, MOUNTAINSIDE, CRANFORD, FANWOOD, CLARK, SPRINGFIELD, KENILWORTH, SUMMIT, BERKELEY HEIGHTS and NEW PROVIDENCE.
Item 2014-11-17 Westfield - Free Community Event International Human Rights Day Summit - Wednesday, Dec 10, 2014; Roosevelt Intermediate School Auditorium 301 Clark Street, Westfield 7:30 9:00 PM; Sponsored by Roosevelt Intermediate School Girls Learn International *; Featuring Keynote Speaker Suraya Sadeed , author and founder of Help the Afghan Children; Event also will include inspirational speakers, poetry, music and presentations from the Roosevelt Intermediate School & Westfield High School Chapters of Girls Learn International.; *GLI started in Westfield in 2003 and there are now 129 chapters partnered with 47 schools in 12 countries around the world. Our GLI members help girls in Afghanistan and other developing nations in the global movement for girls access to education.; Lorre Korecky; Coordinator, School/Community Relations; Westfield Public Schools; 908-789-4463
Item 2014-11-17 Mountainside - Usher in the holidays with the sights and sounds of the Christmas season at the 31st Annual Holiday Nature Craft Show at Trailside Nature and Science Center in Mountainside; this seasonal craft show and charity drive at Trailside on Sunday, December 8, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. The price of admission is an item of dry or canned food or a new, unwrapped toy to be distributed through local charities.
Children will be able to visit with Santa and Mrs. Claus from noon to 4:30 p.m., and free childrens face-painting will be offered to keep the little ones entertained. The days activities in Trailsides auditorium will include illuminating seasonal lights of the Union County Christmas Tree and menorah at 4:30 p.m.
For additional information about the Holiday Nature Craft Show please call Trailside at 908-789-3670.
Item 2014-11-17 Westfield - The AARP Westfield Area Chapter 4137 will have its holiday luncheon on Monday, December 1 at Giovannas Restaurant at 12 Noon.The cost is $30.00. If you would like to join us, please call Chris Weiss, chairperson, at 908-322-6198 to get information on the menu, to make a reservation, or for any questions you may have.
Item 2014-11-16 Westfield - Last call for tickets for Monday (Nov. 23)'s 11th Westfield Athletic Hall of Fame dinner, 6 p.m., at the Westwood. Tickets, which will be available at the door, can be purchased in advance by contacting Sandy Mamary at the high school's athletic office, or by calling Bill Jordan at (732 535-8047) or (908) 232-6463. In addition to the 11th class of inductees, Monday will mark the 20th anniversary of the first WAHOF induction dinner. Those being honored this year are: Jimmy Byrd, Sam Arbes, Jack Reydel, Don Feeley, Steve McCoy, Eddie Morton, Paul Healy, Andrew Cary, Lynne Cassidy, Erin Allebaugh, Stephen Cheek, Megan Sheehy, Pete Giordano, Maggie McFadden, the 1987-89 girls swim teams, and the 1995 baseball team.
Item 2014-11-13 Cranford - Junior Womans Club announces its 25th annual Home for the Holidays House Tour, will be held on Sunday, Dec. 7, 2014. This self-guided tour showcases some of Cranford's loveliest treasures! Through the generosity of five Cranford homeowners and local businesses, organizations, and individuals, the club is showcasing four of the finest homes in Cranford along with a Hospitality House where we offer refreshment and treats. The wonderful Madrigal Choir will be on hand to entertain. Be sure not to miss the event of the season and join us in for a beautiful day in Cranford. Tickets, in advance, are $25 each. They are available at Augusta Mae, Back to Nature Health Foods, the Cranford Public Library, the UPS Store, and Periwinkles, all in Cranford. They are also available on-line at http://cranfordjwc.com/housetour.htm
Item 2014-11-12 Union - Model Railroad Sound and Light Show, Story of New Jersey towns and railroads Friday Nov. 28 Noon-10pm; Fridays, Dec. 5&12: 7-10pm; Saturdays Nov. 29, Dec. 6, 13: 10am-8pm; Sundays Nov. 30, Dec. 7, 14: 11am-6pm - Tickets: pre-ordered online or mail: Adults $7.00; Child (3-15) $4.00, 2 and under free; Senior (60 and over) $5.00. Telephone (908)964-8808, Online (www.tmrci.org/annual-show.html) Tickets purchased at the door during event add $1.00ea. -The Model Railroad Club Inc., 295 Jefferson Ave. Off Route 22 East, Union, NJ 07083-1146 (behind The Home Depot)
Item 2014-11-11 Westfield - Assembly Republican Leader Jon Bramnick (R-Westfield) Re: Veterans Day, as the United States honors those who served our country: Today, we honor those who answered the call to serve in defense of our freedom. The sacrifices made by these brave men and women are the reason we continue to enjoy the liberties we hold so dear. We owe all our veterans a debt of gratitude. Thank you for your service and patriotism.
Item 2014-11-10 Westfield - Join us for an escorted, narrated tour of New York City to see the holiday lights in all their glory. It is sure to get you in the mood for the Christmas season. We will see some of the beautiful holiday window displays, stop at Rockefeller Center to see the tree and visit the holiday shops at Bryant Park! Dont miss this great gift idea! Spots are limited. This trip is offered on Tuesday, December 9. Cost: $65 per person. The tour package includes: Bus Transportation, Narrated Tour, Boxed Sandwich Meal for bus ride, and coffee/dessert at a local NYC eatery at the conclusion of the tour. Bus departs 3:30pm and returns approximately 10:00pm from the Memorial Park Pool 713 Cumberland Street, Westfield. Contact the Westfield Recreation Department at 908-789-4080 or firstname.lastname@example.org for registration information.
Item 2014-11-10 Scotch Plains - The Holy Name Society of St. Bartholomew the Apostle Church at 2032 Westfield Ave. Scotch Plains,, New Jersey is sponsoring a frozen turkey and food drive with Community FoodBank of NJ on the weekend of November 22 - 23. Share the joy that a holiday meal can bring, and help feed those in need.; - Frozen Turkeys ( never fresh or thawed); - Canned Soups, Stews; - Canned Vegetables, Fruits; - Instant Potatoes, Rice, Grains, Stuffing Mix; - Other Nonperishable Foods; - No Glass Jars or Bottles Please.; Please bring all your donated food to the Community FoodBank truck on the Church Grounds. Visit the FoodBank website at www.,cfbnnj.org.
Item 2014-11-10 Westfield - The Student Government Association (SGA) at Westfield High School (WHS) is sponsoring their annual Homecoming events on the eve of Thanksgiving (November 26th), and this year is also inputting their first annual Homecoming Dance on December 5th.
Beginning at 1 PM on Wednesday, November 26th, the annual Homecoming parade will march through town, beginning at the South Side of the Westfield Train Station, and enter Kehler Stadium at 1:30 PM to kick off the pep rally, which will also be at Kehler this year. Following this, the Junior and Senior girls will compete in their annual Powderpuff football game. Then, come across to the backfield of Edison Intermediate School (EIS) to watch an exhibition bowl game of the WHS Flag Football League, and cap off the entire day with the annual bonfire, also behind EIS, starting at 5 PM.
If you wish to register your club, organization, or sports team to march in the Westfield Homecoming Parade, please do so via the form on the SGA's website.
The SGA will be hosting their first annual Homecoming Dance for current WHS students on Friday, December 5th, in the WHS cafeterias at 8PM - and will feature dinner, dancing, entertainment, and a professional photo booth. Admission at the door will be ten dollars. Pre-order a ticket for seven dollars, starting on Tuesday, November 11th in the school store, on Tuesdays and Thursdays until December 4th. The attire will be semi-formal.
Item 2014-11-09 Westfield - Presbyterian Women invite you to our November Gathering on Thursday, November 20 at 1:00 p.m. in the Christian Lounge of The Presbyterian Church in Westfield, 140 Mountain Avenue. The program, Secrets of Traditional Chinese Culture -Profound Insight for Modern Life, will consist of a video/slideshow and lecture with Q&A from Shen Yun Promotions International. Our speaker will be Nadia Ghattas.
China has one of the most ancient cultures in the world encompassing 5,000 years of civilization. With its spiritual foundation centering upon the values of honor, etiquette, wisdom, sincerity, and compassion, traditional Chinese culture was heralded as a divine gift. A traditional Chinese culture workshop inspired by Shen Yun, the world premier Chinese classic dance and music company will be presented at the Presbyterian Church in Westfield. Uncover the mystery behind ancient Chinas legendary longevity, creativity and enlightenment. The workshop guides you through an intriguing world of adventure and rare treasures. Explore the inner strength, wisdom and beauty of Chinas 5,000 years of civilization, and draw profound lessons for modern times. All are welcome!
Item 2014-11-09 Plainfield - Crescent Concerts continues its 33rd Season with The Journey to Christmas, which will be presented by the Crescent Choral Society on Saturday November 15, 2014 at 8 pm at the historic Crescent Avenue Presbyterian Church, 716 Watchung Ave in Plainfield. Artistic Director, F. Allen Artz III, will conduct the choir in a performance of Vivaldis Magnificant, Saint-Saens Oratorio de Noel and Pinkhams Christmas Cantata. These three outstanding choral masterpieces from three different centuries will be the perfect beginning for your own journey into the season of Christmas. General admission is $20, seniors are $15, and students are $5. Call 908-756-2468 or visit www.crescentconcerts.org for more information about this and upcoming concerts. Ample free, secure parking in Church lot (Entrance on 1ST Place - connected to church by walkway).
Item 2014-11-07 Summit - The Visual Arts Center of New Jersey opens registration for Winter Classes and Workshops on Monday, November 10. Sign up for studio art classes in painting, drawing, ceramics, jewelry design and more! Classes start January 12, 2015. Register by November 30 to receive the Early Registration Discount. Register online at www.artcenternj.org; by phone (908) 273-9121 or fax (908) 273-1457; in person at the front Desk or the Registrar; or by mail to: 68 Elm Street, Summit, NJ 07901. http://www.artcenternj.org/studio-school/
Item 2014-11-05 Election Congress 7th Dist; Janice Kovach (D); Leonard Lance (R, winner) see Thursday newspaper for complete results.
Item 2014-11-05 Election Congress 12th Dist; Bonnie Watson Coleman (D, winner); Alieta Eck (R) see Thursday newspaper for complete results.
Item 2014-11-05 Election Scotch Plains Council (3); Mickey Marcus (R, 3359); William Vastine (R, 3212); Llewellyn Jones (R, winner, 3484); John Del Sordi, Jr. (D, winner, 3415); Rose Checchio (D, winner, 3444); Luisa Bianco (D, 3378)
Item 2014-11-04 Election Union County Sheriff; Joe Cryan (D, winner); Michael Ince (R) see Thursday newspaper for complete results.
Item 2014-11-04 Election Union County Freeholders (3); Angel Estrada (D, winner); Chris Hudak (D, winner); Vernell Wright (D, winner); P. Mark Martini (R) see Thursday newspaper for complete results.