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"55-Plus" seeks volunteers to help staff On the Air on NJN-Tv on
Saturday, October 23, in Trenton. Meet at the Jewish Center, Nassau
Street, at 5:30 p.m. to carpool. Very light computer skills needed.
E-mail email@example.com to volunteer.
Trenton Film Festival seeks assistance for its next festival, Friday
to Sunday, April 29 to May 1, 2005. Volunteers needed for ticketing,
website management and development, screenings, sponsor relations,
advertising sales, PR, fundraising, venue management, and writers for
festival programs. Film or film festival experience is a plus, but not
required. Contact Kevin Williams at 609-396-6966 ext. 3 or fax resume
or cover letter to 609-656-9277.
Arts Council of Princeton seeks art for a juried "Day of the Dead" art
exhibit. All pieces must be brought to the arts council on Saturday,
October 23, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. $10 submission fee per piece. No
piece may exceed 25 inches in any dimension. All work selected must be
for sale in the gallery. Visit www.artscouncilof princeton.org or call
New Hope Arts seeks sculptors working in all media for the third
annual New Hope Indoor Sculpture Exhibition in April, 2005.
Applications may be downloaded at www.newhopeartsinc.org or call
215-862-3396. Deadline is Saturday, January 1.
Trenton Film Society seeks filmmakers of short films from the greater
Mercer County area. The film must be available to be screened at the
January 22, 2005 audience screening. Categories include narrative,
experimental, animation, documentary, and foreign. Deadline is
December 1. Application form is at www.trentonfilmsociety.org or call
609-396-6966 for information.
Womanspace seeks donations for the Thanksgiving holiday. Drop off
dates are Monday to Friday, November 15 to 19. The wish list includes
gift certificates from supermarkets, aluminum roasting pans, boxed
stuffing, brown and serve rolls, cake mixes and canned icing, canned
cranberry sauce, canned ham, canned or instant potatoes, canned pie
filling, canned pudding, canned pumpkin, canned vegetables and fruits,
fruit snacks, frozen turkeys, fruit boxes, pie crust mix, pretzels,
rice, and trail mix. Call 609-394-9000 for information or to arrange
KatManDu is offering a free wedding reception including gowns,
tuxedos, honeymoon, limousine, and entertainment. They are accepting
applications from couples to be married next spring or summer.
Application is available at www.katmandutrenton.com.
A few weeks ago we ran an announcement about the formation of a new
singles group started by New York export Laura Connolly specifically
for the 35 to 45 age range. Connelly tells us she is thrilled with the
response from U.S.1 readers. She is already organizing a number of
fall and winter events. For more information on the following events
E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 917-518-8936.
Independent Film Night. Every Wednesday night is for the "indie lover"
in you. We’ll meet for a showing that starts between 6:30 and 7:30
p.m. with coffee/ drinks and social discussion at Triumph Brewery
afterwards. Movie location will either be the Garden Theater in
Princeton or Montgomery Theater on Route 206 in Montgomery Shopping
Non-Fiction Book Club. Meets first Tuesday of each month at the
Alchemist & Barrister at 7 p.m. for book discussion, appetizers, and
cocktails. Current even ts, history, autobiographies, and
business-oriented books explored. Aiming for regular group of ten.
contact email@example.com .
New York City Skate Date. Oooh baby it’s cold outside. Bring your
mittens and dress stylishly warm for a Central Park ice skating day.
Prior to skate join us for lunch at Tavern on the Green, a New York
landmark on Saturday, November 20 at 12 noon. Skate will proceed
immediately after lunch. Reservation required. Limit is 20, and we aim
for an even female to male ratio. Reservations and skating required!
Transportation to New York not provided.
Stage/Theatre Social Event: "Celadine." Join us Saturday, December 11
for our own exclusive club theater cocktail party at 6:30 p.m.
followed by a performance of the exciting world premiere of
"Celadine," a romantic thriller set in 17th century London, playing at
George Street Playhouse in New Brunswick and starring Academy award
winner Amy Irving. The US 1 review said: "Spine chilling spy story
draws us in like the best of bedtime page turners." $40.00 discounted
tickets through A+ Singles. Center upfront rows.
Holiday Shopping/Brunch in Princeton. Get in the holiday spirit and
join A+ Singles for brunch on Sunday, December 19, at 1p.m. for brunch
at the Yankee Doodle Tap Room (cozy fireplace) followed by shopping in
the best shops of Princeton. Gentlemen, join us for brunch and if
brave shopping as well! We aim for an even ratio of women and men.
Connelly says she is planning other special events and activities
like a spa day and brunch, wine tasting events in tri-state area, an
A+ Singles Mind Zap (Princeton University lecture and cocktails),
winter volleyball games, and seasonal weekend getaway weekends.
Connolly’s goal is to create a fun interesting club that stimulates
new friendships for quality professionals age 35 to 45 in the Mercer
County area with similar eclectic interests. "Our hope is you find
your ideal love companion along the way," she says.
A+ Singles Exchange. Because life is too short for the boring stuff!
Singles Club home-based in Princeton serving Mercer County area for
the "just right" age group (35-45) with eclectic well-rounded taste in
cultural arts, selective pop culture and out door leisure social
activities. Contact:firstname.lastname@example.org or call
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