Posts Tagged "events"
Two River Theater Company announces the lineup of events for
its second annual Crossing Borders festival of new plays by Latino writers and free public events, including an outdoor neighborhood party.
Losing your job can cause a major setback in life. Or it can be just what’s needed to live your life on purpose.Read More
LEADING CIVIC, ARTS, AND SOCIAL ORGANIZATIONS PARTNER TO LAUNCH TWO RIVER PRIDE, RED BANK’S FIRST ANNUAL OFFICIAL PRIDE EVENT
A community event that will be open to all, Two River Pride will focus on supporting the voices of youth and will include an “open mic” and a proclamation read by Red Bank Mayor Pasquale MennaRead More
Supernatural: The Event comes to Crossroads Theatre in New Brunswick on July 21, from 11a.m. –7 p.m. The producers of the event are delighted to have funny lady Kim Coles back, who recently joined the OWN family as a game show host for Are You Normal.Read More
Juneteenth and Caribbean Festival : More than 1,000 expected as groups recognize two historic events
The NAACP’s Metuchen-Edison Area Branch (MEAB), the Edison Job Corps Academy and the Jamaica Organization of New Jersey (JON-J) will unite to celebrate 50 years of independence for Jamaica as well as Juneteenth, which commemorates the ending of slavery in the U.S.Read More
Inspired by the death of friend and local published model, Vanessa “Ms. Banks” Watson, Rashad Corey Productions will roll out the purple carpet for the first annual Stomp The Runway on Friday, June 15, at TRUST – 249 Arch Street – from 6 to 10 p.m. to benefit Women Against Abuse, Inc.Read More
The Midtown Urban Renaissance Corporation (MURC) and First Pentecostal Church of Neptune are sponsoring their Annual Midtown Beautification Day on Saturday, May 12, 2012, 10:00am – 3:00pm at Liberty Park on Monroe Avenue, Neptune.Read More
The purpose of this rally is to further the mission of the Justice for Trayvon Martin Foundation!Read More
Dad & Me Fair Spring Forward with FATHERHOOD EMPOWERMENT PROGRAM
Join The Mercy Center & The City of Asbury Park April 28 from 11-5 pm