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Top Of PageAuditions

Kelsey Players seeks actors to play the roles of townspeople,

narrators, dancers, and a Margaret for their performance of ‘Twas the

Night Before Christmas. Auditions at Kelsey Theater, Saturday November

5, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. For appointment call 609-530-0912.

NJPAC is hosting its annual Youth Artist Talent Search. Arts training

and scholarship programs will be awarded to select youths at the end

audition process. December 1 is the registration deadline. Workshops

to help auditioners prepare will be held in February 2006. Obtain an

application at www.njpac.org or 973-535-8009.

Top Of PageSubmit Entries

Villagers Theater, www.villagerstheatre.com. Accepting original

unpublished plays for the 2006 New Playwrights Series to be presented

as staged readings in February. Comedies, dramas, farces, one-acts,

and shorter scripts will be considered. No musicals. Send to Catherine

Rowe Pherson, Villagers Theater, Box 6175 DeMott Lane, Somerset 08875.

Enclose a self-addressed stamped envelope.

Top Of PageThe Arts

Grounds for Sculptureseeks entries for a juried photography exhibit,

"Focus on Sculpture 2006." Two entries per person, due by hand

delivery Saturday, December 3. All photographs must include sculpture.

609-586-0616, www.groundsforsculpture.org.

American Boychoir School’s day program is now open to fourth graders.

A semi-annual admissions open house on Saturday, November 6, 2 p.m.

www.americanboychoir.org or 609-924-5858, ext. 34.

Arts Council of Princetonoffers poets, both amateur and professional,

a chance to showcase their work in a semiannual regional poetry slam

on Friday, November 4, at 7:30 p.m. Judges will be chosen from the

audience at random, and the winner of the "Open Division" and the

winner of the "Master Division" will receive prizes. E-mail

rlund@artscouncilofprinceton.org.

Top Of PageNominations

VSA Arts of New Jersey, a statewide nonprofit dedicated to promoting

the creative power of people with disabilities, seeks nominations for

outstanding students (14 to 21 years old, not to exceed 12th grade

level) and educators in the arts. Application deadline is Tuesday,

December 6. 732-745-3885 or E-mail info@vsanj.org.

Top Of PageParticipate Please

The Fresh Air Fund seeks families to host inner-city children from New

York City for summer, 2006. Call Rhonda Corkedale at 609-799-4673 or

visit www.freshair.org.

Crafters wanted for Christmas bazaar to be held Saturday, December 3,

at Six Mile Run Reformed Church, 3037 Route 27, Franklin Park.

732-297-3734.

Top Of PageDonate Please

The Crisis Ministry of Princeton and Trenton is collecting pristine or

gently-used warm coats, all shapes and sizes. Drop off at Nassau

Presbyterian Church and Trinity Church on Sunday, October 30.

Monroe Chiropractic Careis sponsoring a coat drive aptly named "Baby,

it’s Cold Outside!" to benefit New Jersey families. Donation boxes for

new and gently used coats are set up in several locations through

December 15. Locations include: 15 East Railroad Avenue in Jamesburg,

Drama Salon at 3 Lexington Avenue in East Brunswick, and One Hour

Martinizing at 447 Spotswood-Englishtown Road in Monroe.

Mercer County Community College invites the generous to aid in filling

the college’s second truck for hurricane victims. Nonperishable food,

kitchen supplies, small electronics, towels, and sheets are needed.

The West Windsor Campus loading dock will be the dropoff site on

Saturday, October 29. Call 586-4800, ext. 3315 for more information.

Top Of PageAvailable

The Career and Life Planning Center offers a displaced homemaker

program. Both educational and therapeutic, the program aims to help

former homemakers get back into the workforce. Call 908-788-1453, or

E-mail career&lifeplanning@hcesc.com.

Rutgers Cooperative Research & Extension is providing fact sheets to

help anyone whose home has been damaged by flooding or heavy rain. The

Rutgers Cooperative Research and Extension website at

www.rcre.rutgers.edu/storm is host to the factsheets, which can also

be obtained by calling your local Extension office.

Princeton Center for Yoga and Health is offering free classes for new

visitors. Over 40 different classes are available. Call 609-924-7294

or visit www.princetonyoga.com for more information.

Top Of PageSports

Mercer College is accepting applications for boys and girls ages 8 to

18 for indoor youth soccer league. Deadline: Friday, October 28.

www.mccc.edu or 609-586-4800, ext. 3740

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