N.B. seniors host many activities this month

The North Brunswick Seniors will hold many events this month. These events include the following: exercise, every Monday at 10 a.m.; bridge club every Tuesday at 10 a.m.; reminiscent group, every Tuesday at 11 a.m.; swim/aquacise, Mondays and Tuesdays, noon-1 p.m.; line dancing, every Wednesday at 9:30 a.m., no partner required; wood carving, every Thursday at 9 a.m., some material fees may be required; senior walkers, meets at 9 a.m. on Thursdays at the senior center, sign up at Department of Health and Services; lunch and learn, Friday, March 24 at noon; movie and popcorn, March 17 at noon showing Runaway Bride, with Julia Roberts and Richard Gere; book discussion, Tuesday March 21, meet at the library, sign up at the office.

For information on any senior activity, call the North Brunswick Senior Center at (732) 418-2222.

 

Auditions set for March 19 at Repertory Theatre

The New Jersey Repertory Theatre, Livingston Avenue, North Brunswick, will be holding auditions on March 19 at 4 p.m. for its traveling performance troupe at Linwood Middle School in North Brunswick.

This troupe will perform at various locations throughout the year including EuroDisney and Paris, France in July.

All those auditioning should be prepared to sing a portion of a Broadway show tune or Disney song. Also, a dance combination will be taught. Dress comfortably.

For additional information call (732) 821-6644.

 

Church plans talks on the multicultural family

The Princeton Baptist Church will hold a free workshop on "Christ and the Multicultural Family," held on four consecutive Tuesdays, March 21-April 11.

This workshop seeks to strengthen multicultural relationships. Married couples, those dating, those with multicultural ancestry, parents of biracial children, parents of transracially-adopted children, and all others are encouraged to attend. Get a chance to talk and learn how faith is instrumental in building relationships.

Meetings will be held 7:30-8:30 p.m. Light refreshments will be provided. There will be no child care offered at this hour.

Topics are as follows: March 21, "Christ and the Multicultural Family: Making New Friends"; March 28, "Christ and the Multicultural Family: Using Faith and Love to Reinforce Your Relationship"; April 4, Christ and the Multicultural Family: Raising Children to Respect Differences"; and April 11, "Christ and the Multicultural Family: Finding a Spiritual Home."

All faiths are welcome. Participants will have an opportunity to meet and chat with people in their area.

The meetings will be held at the Christian Education Building, behind Princeton Baptist Church on Route 1 north and Washington Road (Route 571) in Princeton.

For additional information, call (609) 452-1538.

Friends of the N.B.

Library needs members

Friends of the North Brunswick Library is seeking new members for 2000. This organization supports the local library and active community readers. For a membership application call Pete Clark at (732) 249-3296.

N.B. man inducted into Alumni Hall of Fame

North Brunswick resident David Barnhard has been inducted into the Woodbridge Township Alumni Sports Hall of Fame. At the Pines Manor, Barnhard was honored for his accomplishments in football, wrestling and track and field. A nine-letter winner, the 1979 graduate of Colonia High School currently holds over 15 records. He achieved All-County status, and at Upsala College, East Orange, earned All-American recognition.

S.B. Seniors plan

coastal cities bus trip

The South Brunswick Seniors are planning a trip to Ocean City, Maryland, Cape May and Atlantic City. This four-day/three-night trip will take place on June 4-7 at the cost of $287, per person, double occupancy. Single occupancy is available for an additional $75. Trip cancellation insurance is recommended. The cost includes round-trip motorcoach transportation, deluxe hotel accommodations, seven meals, guided tours, ferry ride, trolley tour, mansion tour, casino coin bonus and casino buffet.

Final payment is due March 28. For additional information and reservations, call Lillian Camp at (732) 422-9341.

Rocky Hill Fire Co.

to hold craft fair

The Little Rocky Hill Volunteer Fire Co., between Kingston and Kendall Park in South Brunswick, will hold a craft fair on April 8, from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Tables cost $15. Refreshments will be available. Interested vendors may call (732) 297-0478.

Students art and poetry

on display at S.B. library

The Middlesex County Arts High School’s traveling Student Art and Poetry Exhibition is on display in the Young Adult corner of the South Brunswick Library throughout the month of March. This display includes a sampling of the poetry, painting and drawing done by the artists who attend the Arts High School, including students from the South Brunswick area. For additional information, call the library at (732) 329-4000.

Legion to host March 17

St. Patrick’s Day dinner

The American Legion Post No. 401 will hold an all-you-can-eat corned-beef dinner on March 17 from 5 to 8 p.m. Adults cost $9; seniors $8; children 5-10 years, $5; children under age 5 are free.

The American Legion Post is located on Major Road in the Monmouth Junction section of South Brunswick. For additional information call (732) 329-9861.

No. Brunswick ready for kindergarten registration

The North Brunswick Board of Education will hold its kindergarten registration for children who will be 5 years old on or before Oct. 1. The schedule is as follows: March 20, Livingston Park School; March 20 and 21, Judd School; March 21 and 22, John Adams School; and March 23, Parsons School. Hours of registration are 9-11:30 a.m. and 1-2:30 p.m. To register, parent or guardian must provide the child’s birth certificate, proof of residency (current lease, municipal tax bill or mortgage, as well as two current utility bills) and the child’s Social Security card. Parents must also present proof of the following immunizations: DPT series, polio series, measles, mumps and rubella.

It is not necessary for the child to attend the registration. Parents who are unable to attend the designated day are asked to call the school for an appointment. The telephone numbers for the schools are as follows: Livingston Park (732) 289-3300; John Adams (732) 289-3100; Parsons (732) 289-3400, and Judd (732) 289-3200.

Parents of students who are presently attending private or parochial school who plan to enroll their child in a public school in North Brunswick in September 2000 should notify the respective school principal. Early notification will help the planning of classes and the purchase of instructional materials.

H.S. needs nominees for Women’s History Month

The North Brunswick Township High School Social Studies Department is seeking nominations for "Women Who Had a Major Impact on the History and Growth in North Brunswick" in celebration of Women’s History Month.

The school is asking residents to nominate women from past to present in all fields, such as the fire department, first aid squad, educator, business, authors, etc.

Nomination forms are available at the North Brunswick Library, The North Brunswick Senior Center, The North Brunswick Municipal Building and the main office at the North Brunswick Township High School. Nominations should be returned to Pete Clark by March 17.

All honored guests will be invited to attend a continental breakfast on March 31 at 9:30 a.m.

For additional information, call Pete Clark at (732) 289-3748.

S.B. VFW to sponsor

St. Patrick’s Day Dance

The Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 9111 of South Brunswick and the Women’s Auxiliary will host a St. Patrick’s Day Dance on March 11 at 8 p.m. The event will be held at the post home located at 11 Henderson Road. Live music will be furnished by The Bill Garry Trio. Corned beef and ham will be served.

Donation is $12.50 per person. For additional information and tickets call (732) 297-9823.

American Legion Post No. 401 sets breakfast

American Legion Post No. 401, Major Road, Monmouth Junction section of South Brunswick, will host an all-you-can-eat breakfast on March 12 from 8 to 11:30 a.m. Adults are $5; children $3 (ages 6-10); children under 5 are free.

For additional information call the American Legion at (732) 329-9861.