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If you are unemployed and have experience in an Information Technology (IT) or Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics (STEM) field, upSKILL could help you enhance the skills you need to get hired and move your career forward. upSKILL is a consortium of colleges, Workforce Investment Boards, industry partners and professional associations in northern New Jersey that has been awarded a grant from the U.S. Department of Labor to pay the tuition and fees for courses that build on your current skills to qualify you for IT & STEM jobs. To find out more, visit the upSKILL website at www.upSKILLnj.org or email the project director at the New Jersey Institute of Technology, Art O’brien, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Crane House and Historic YWCA will begin hosting Homeschool Classes beginning on March 3rd for kids 6-10 detailing the rich history of Montclair and New Jersey. Beginning with a brief lecture on the subject the kids will then dive into crafts and activities to enrich their understanding of our history. Space is limited so please register in advance for classes. Registration is just $60 per child and can be done by phone at 973-744-1796 or by email at email@example.com. Visit http://montclairhistorical.org/events/homeschool-program-series-craft-your-way-through-history-2/ for more dates and information.
When you hear the word ‘cancer’ it sends chills up and down everyone’s spine, but those who live with it have to go through one of the scariest things the human imagination can fathom. That’s why the American Cancer Society Office in Cedar Knolls holds meetings every 2nd Monday of every month at 1pm. The group consists of those who have had or are going through cancer to help give support to those in need. The American Cancer Society Office is located at 7 Ridgedale Ave Suite 103 in Cedar Knolls.
On Wednesday, April 29th, there will be a job fair opened to all veterans, friends and families at the Asbury park VFW located at 701 Lake Avenue in Asbury Park. The job fair will begin at 10am through 2pm. If you would like more information you can contact Robert Mahrer at Robert.Mahrer@va.gov.
Join the Morris County Historical Society at it’s The Giving Tree Gala and Silent Auction on April 30th. The Gala will be held at the Westin Governor in Morristown located at 2 Whippany Road in Morristown beginning at 6pm. Funds raised from the Gala will help support the effort to restore the MCHS four acre woodlot at Acorn Hall that was destroyed by Superstorm Sandy. For ticket information you can call 973-267-3465.
On May 1st beginning at 10am, the mental Health Association of Morris County will hold ‘Send Silence Packing’ on the Morristown Green. It’s a major event to bring awareness to suicide. There will be over 1,000 backpacks, that each contain their own personal story that were donated by families of college students who took their own lives. For more information visit http://www.mhamorris.org/News-Events/news-a-events.html.
On May 1st, The Phoenix Center will host its 5th Annual Casino Night! Tickets are just $50 and include hors d’oeuvres, dessert, beer, wine, beverages and gaming chips! They’ll have all of your favorite casino table games, roulette, craps, blackjack, poker along with slots and some great prizes! The night begins at 7pm at The Phoenix Center located at 16 Monsignor Owens Place in Nutley. Must be 21+ to play. For more information about how you can be a sponsor or ticket information you can call Nora Rahaimat at 201-675-0635 or visit http://www.thephoenixcenternj.org/ to purchase tickets.
Court appointed special advocates (Casa of Union County) is hosting their Foster the Dream 5K on May 2 at Oak Ridge Park in Clark New Jersey at 9:00 am. CASA advocates for the rights of children in the Foster care system. Come on down and either try to beat your personal best in the 5k or walk in our 1k to help these unfortunate children continue to have a voice in court. Someone to talk for them. There is a $5 entry discount for our listeners. Just enter Radio in the coupon code section. Go to www.raceroster.com and enter CASA 5k to sign up now. That's raceroster.com and enter CASA 5k. Court appointed special advocates of union country is a 501c3 organization.
On May 3rd the Knights of Columbus will host its annual Mother’s Day Pancake Breakfast on Sunday, May 3rd beginning at 7:30am. Breakfast will take placed at the Knights of Columbus, Council 5410 located at 3 Schmitt Lane in Old Flanders. An ‘all ya can eat,’ breakfast that will feature pancakes, French toast, coffee and so much more! Donations are just $6.50 per adult and $4 for kids for the ages of 6 through 12. Children 5 and under are free. For more information you can call 973-610-1308.
Death. It happens in every aspect of the natural world. Join the Parsippany Library on May 5th at 2pm to express your thoughts, feelings and experiences with death. The Parsippany Library is located at 449 Halsey Road in Parsippany. For more information visit www.parsippanylibrary.org.
What is that annoying 'floater' in my eye? Wearing glasses is annoying! These thoughts ever cross your mind? The Parsippany Library will host Dr. Benjamin Lane, a Nutritional Optometrist with 30 years experience with our most valued sense. He'll discuss enzymes that prevent 'floaters,' ways to prevent and reverse nearsightedness and other common eye disorders. His lecture begins at 7pm on Tuesday, May 5th at the Parsippany Library located at 449 Halsey Road in Parsippany. To register in advance go to www.parsippanylibrary.org or call 973-887-5150 ext. 209.
Great Horizons, the Adult Learning Center of the Morris School District, presents a lecture ‘Alan Freed and the Birth of Rock N Roll,’ on Wednesday May 6th. Beginning at 1pm at the Morris Plains Community Center located at 51 Jim Fear Drive. To get your tickets visit, www.msdcommunityschool.org or call 973-292-2063.
Beginning on May 11th, through May 16th, Our Lady of the Valley Church will host its annual Family Festival on the church fairgrounds! Featuring all of your favorite carnival foods, sausage pepper and onion, kebobs, empanadas, gyros, kettle corn and zeppoles. The fairgrounds are located at 630 Valley Road in Wayne. For more information visit www.olvwayne.org
The Kitchell Memorial Presbyterian Church will be holding a Used Clothing Collection on Saturday, May 16 beginning at 9AM. They will be accepting lightly used clothing for men, women, and children. Along with clothing they will also be accepting accessories, linens, stuffed animals, and hard toys. Please place all of your donations in plastics bags. The Kitchell Memorial Presbyterian Church is located at 469 Ridgedale Ave in East Hanover. For more details you can email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 30th Annual Fine Art and Crafts Fair will happen at Verona park on May 16th and 17th. Admission is free and the fair begins at 10am rain or shine. There will be 150+ vendors from all over the country selling their handcrafted wares from jewelry, clothing, clay, metal, wood, photos, sculpture and so much more. Visit www.rosesquared.com for information on a particular gallery or exhibitor.
So you've built your own furniture but you really want to put an extra flair on it. Engineer Mike Lowery can help you with that by showing you how to properly use a wood burning iron to create some great artwork on your new pieces. He'll even show you how to transfer images and full color images to the wood. His workshop will be held at the Parsippany Library on May 16th beginning at 1pm. Registration is just $25 and must be submitted by May 12th. To register visit www.parsippanylibrary.org.
The Reformed Church of South Bound Brook will be holding a Pork Loin and Roast Beef Dinner on Saturday, May 16th at 4pm. Adults are just $12, seniors are $11, children ages 5 through 12 are $9 and children 4 and under get in for free. The dinner will be held at Fellowship Hall located at 113 Clinton Street in South Bound Brook. For more information call 732-356-9345.
Join us when we say ‘Thank You’ to our vets at Pavinci Italian Grill located at 453 River Styx Road in Hopatcong. The Armed Forces Relief Benefit will have live music, a silent auction, and great food! Admission is just a donation of $15 per person that will go to benefit veterans. For more information visit www.armedforcesrelief.com
Everyone is invited to attend ‘The Great American Songbook,’ a concert for the entire family featuring the best of Broadway and Pop music on Sunday, May 17th at 4pm at Congregation B’nai Israel in Basking Ridge. Showcasing 6 top quality professional sings, four pianists, and two community choirs, this Cultural Arts Series has something for everyone! Congregation B’nai Israel is located at 40 Whiteneck Road in Basking Ridge. Tickets can be purchased at 908-204-1412 ext. 104 or at the door.
Join the Rockaway Township UNICO and the Rockaway Township LIONS as they host a charity Beefsteak Dinner at St. Clements Church located at 154 Mt. Pleasant Ave on May 30th. Dinner begins at 7pm and includes antipasto, penne rigatoni, beefsteak with French bread, beverages (BYOB) and so much more! Admission is just $49 per person and proceeds will benefit Camp Marcella, a Rockaway resident Summer Camp for kids and teens with visual impairments, blindness, and special needs. Tickets must be purchased in advance and can be purchased at 25 West Main Street in Rockaway and for further information you can visit www.rtunico.com
The Valerie Fund 5K race will be held here in New Jersey on June 13th! Registration begins at 7am and is $35 per runner. Race begins at 8:15 at Verona Park in Verona! All proceeds will go to fight childhood cancers and blood disorders. For more information and to register to receive your bib number in the mail visit https://www.thevaleriefund.org/Walk2015/.
On June 21st the 20th Annual Kelsey Charity Run will take place at the Manville Elks lodge located at 1500 Brooks Blvd in Hillsborough. Registration is at 9:30am through 11:30am. The run ends at the Eagles Picnic grounds located at 350 Woodside Lane in Bridgewater. They will also have a family picnic at the picnic grounds beginning at 11:30 for those who don’t own motorcycles. There will a vendor midway, BBQ pig roast, live entertainment a Chinese auction, blood drive and so much more! All proceeds will benefit local children and their families fighting cancer and other life-threatening illnesses. For more information visit www.kelseyrun.com
The VFW of Morris Plains will be hosting its annual Pig Roast and barbecue on June 27th and it’s opened to the public from 12:30p through 5:30pm! Tickets are just $30 in advance, $35 at the door for adults, $15 for kids 13-16 and kids 12 and under are in for free. On top of some great barbecue, there will be a 50/50 raffle lottery tree basket raffle, and a horse shoe tournament! Proceeds will help disabled vets and help the VFW. The Morris Plains VFW is located at 45 Tabor Road in Morris Plains.
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