Community Blood Council holding driving for O-Negative blood

The Community Blood Council of New Jersey is holding a blood drive for type O-Negative blood because its stock of that stype is extremely low. The Community Blood Council is the primary blood and blood products supplier to the Robert Wood Johnson University Hospitals, Capital Health System and…

Washington Crossing State Park Nature Center May Events

The Nature Center at Washington Crossing State Park is set to hold several events in May. On May 4, from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m., Pat Chichon will be leading a program called Wild Edible Plants for anyone aged 3 and above. Participants should bring a pair of plant…

Washington Crossing Audubon Society May Events

The Washington Crossing Audubon Society is set to hold several free events for the public in May. On May 3, from 7:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., Brad Merritt and Charles Brine will lead a walk to observe songbird migrants at Garret Mountain Reservation, a Passaic County Park near…

Psychologist to speak about the effects of child-targeted marketing

Psychologist to speak about the effects of child-targeted marketing

Susan Linn Susan Linn is set to give a talk titled Consuming Kids: Raising Healthy Children in a…

Community Christian Choir to perform Awake My Soul

The Community Christian Choir is set to present a concert titled Awake My Soul on April 27 with…

Rider University and Blawenburg Bands to perform spring concert

The Rider University Band and The Blawenburg Band are set to present their annual spring concert, conducted by…

Robbinsville MOMs Club holds spring activities

Robbinsville MOMs Club holds spring activities

Robbinsville Senior Center director Renee Burns poses with MOMS Club of Robbinsville children and their donation from the…

Lewis Center for the Arts to present traditional Irish music

Lewis Center for the Arts to present traditional Irish music

Princeton University‚Äôs Lewis Center for the Arts is set to present traditional Irish music by fiddler Martin Hayes…

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