The Arts

Participate Please

Donate Please

Volunteer Please

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This article was prepared for the November 16, 2005 issue of U.S. 1



Top Of PageAuditions

Ritz Theater is seeking a culturally diverse cast for "Our Town."

Auditions are Monday, December 19, at 915 White Horse Pike, Oaklyn.

Production opens Thursday, March 9. Auditions for "Proof" are Monday,

January 9, also at the theater. Bring prepared monologue and head

shot. Call 856-858-5230 for appointment.

Top Of PageThe Arts

CAPPS invites artwork for the "Salon de Hightstown-East Windsor," a

community art exhibit to be held on Friday, February 3. Artists of all

ages may submit painting, sculpture, photography, and video. E-mail a

letter of interest to Kym Kulp at before January 1.

Visit or call 609-490-7550.

Trenton Film Festival is issuing a call for entries for filmmakers for

the third annual festival in May. Films must be available for

screening on VHS (NTSC) in categories including narrative feature,

narrative short, documentary feature, documentary short, foreign

feature with English subtitles, foreign short with English subtitles,

animation short, experimental short, and family short. Visit or call 609-396-6966. Fees are $25 to $45.

Deadline is Wednesday, February 1.

Cornelius Low House Museum seeks old photographs, postcards, or

objects related to the trades and crafts of the Jersey shore,

boardwalk amusements, baby parades, Miss America, Victorian or Doo Wop

architecture, camp meeting towns, Mr. Peanut, Heinz pickle pins,

ecology, lighthouses, or lifesaving stations. Call 732-745-4177.

Miss New Jersey Super Teen Pageant seeks applications for the

competition from girls 14 to 18, who are residents of New Jersey.

Competition includes interview, evening gown, and swimsuit. Talent

category is optional. E-mail or call 856-931-1962

for information.

ArtFirst! invites artists with disabilities to submit work for

international juried exhibition and sale of original art and fine

crafts to open in April. All work must be for sale and must have been

executed since the onset of disability or injury. Artists receive 80

percent of the purchase price. The exhibition features two and

three-dimensional work including oils, acrylics, watercolors, pastels,

sculpture, photography, jewelry, fiber art, and fine crafts. No entry

fee. Slides, CDs and digital photographs must be submitted by December

12. Visit or call Lois Levy at


Top Of PageParticipate Please

The Society of Mayflower Descendants in New Jersey invites those who

an prove descent from any of the 41 people who sailed on the

Mayflower. There is a luncheon for members on Saturday, November 19 in

Eatontown. Visit or send inquiry in care of society,

137 Hillside Avenue, Bridgewater 08807.

Fast Forward Inline Speedskating Club is recruiting new members of all

ages and levels. Practices are Monday and Wednesday evenings, 7 to 9

p.m.; and Saturdays, 10 a.m. to noon in the Kendall Park Rink on Route

27. Visit $5 per practice session.

Mensa announces the 2005-’06 scholarship essay contest. Visit or send SASE to Mensa Foundation

Scholarship Contest, 18 West Felton Avenue, Ridley Park, PA 19078.

Requests must be postmarked by Thursday, January 5.

One Yoga Center seeks recipes for a yoga cookbook and stories about

how yoga has changed your life. Tracey L. Ulshafer would like to use

them in her two books. E-mail before December 31.

Top Of PageDonate Please

Bristol Riverside Theater seeks items to help the Robert M. Kelly

Family Center of Bristol Borough including donations of new dishes,

dish towels, utensils, glassware, pillows, blankets, beauty products,

disposable diapers, toys, board games, books, gift certificates,

non-perishable food items, stocking stuffers, and holiday wrapping

paper. Bring to theater at 120 Radcliffe Street, Bristol,

Pennsylvania. Call David Abers at 215-785-6664 for information.

Top Of PageVolunteer Please

Salvation Army seeks volunteers for four-hour shifts with the annual

Red Kettle campaign. Visit or call

Major Donna Wendt at 908-851-8229 for information.

Auxiliary of the University Medical Center at Princeton invites

volunteers for "The Princeton Dog Walk 2006," an exhibit of 50 large

ceramic dogs decorated by established or emerging artists. The 30 inch

high dogs will be showcased in shop windows throughout Princeton

during the summer, 2006, and will be auctioned off in the fall to

benefit the auxiliary and the medical center. Call 609-497-4069 if you

are interested in becoming a part of the project.

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