Calling All Tiny Tims
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Top Of PageCalling All Tiny Tims
McCarter Theater is celebrating its 25th anniversary production of "A
Christmas Carol," and is trying to track down as many people who
played Tiny Tim over the years as possible. If you or someone you know
has played the role, contact Dan Bauer, director of public relations,
at 609-258-6524 or E-mail email@example.com preferably before
Friday, December 2, and no later than Wednesday, December 7.
Top Of PageAuditions
Kelsey Theater has auditions for "Charlotte’s Web" on Saturday,
December 10, 1 to 6 p.m.; and Sunday, December 11, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Bring headshot and resume. Children, ages 7 and older, and adults are
needed. For appointment, call the stage manager at 516-728-6100.
Playful Theater Productions seeks actors with singing and dancing
skills, ages 16 and up, for Andrew Lloyd Webber’s "Cats." Auditions
are at Kelsey Theater on Thursday, December 15, 7 to 9 p.m.; and
Saturday, December 17, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Be prepared to dance.
Production opens Friday, March 24. Call 609-799-3158 for appointment.
Top Of PageParticipate Please
Womanspace presents Communities of Light 2005 to raise awareness and
hope to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Luminary kits
are available in retail locations and at www.womanspace.org for the
Sunday, December 18 event.
Top Of PageDonate Please
Trenton Area Soup Kitchen seeks holiday gifts of hats, gloves, towels,
socks, ponchos, hooded sweatshirts, scarves, stuffed animals, and mini
hygiene kits. Deliver to TASK Monday to Thursday, 9 am. to 5 p.m.; and
Fridays, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. All items should be new. 72 1/2 Escher
Street, Trenton, www.trentonsoupkitchen.org or call 609-695-5456.
West Windsor Community Policing Unit seeks new, unwrapped toys to
distribute to the less fortunate in the community. Bring toys to the
West Windsor Police Department by Friday, December 16. Call Officer
Sam Dyson at 609-799-1222 for information.
Greater Princeton Chapter of People to People International is holding
a sweater and coat drive to benefit victims of the recent earthquake
in South Asia. Donations may be dropped off at either the Plainsboro
or West Windsor libraries through Monday, December 5, or at
McCaffrey’s on Saturday, December 3. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jewish Family & Children’s Service of Greater Mercer County seeks
volunteers, gift items, gift certificates, and money for LIGHTS (Love
is Getting Hanukkah Toys to Share), a program to help families to give
holiday gifts or assist elderly people during the holidays. Call Debra
H. Levenstein at 609-987-8100.
Holy Trinity Church seeks donations of money or articles of clothing
as admission to a guitar concert on Friday, December 9, at 7:30 p.m.
2730 Princeton Pike, Lawrenceville.
Sun National Bank seeks gifts of new, wrapped gifts for boys and
girls, ages 1 to 15; money, and food to help with the annual holiday
party for kids who have a deployed military parent. Call Christine
Irving at 856-691-4372.
Middlesex County 4-H is collecting clothing, toys, games, and other
items for children for the annual Project Gift, a holiday shopping
event for families with limited resources. Collections are Wednesdays,
December 7, 7 to 9 p.m. at the center on the corner of Cranbury and
Fern roads, East Brunswick. Call 732-398-5261.
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 in the workforce. For more information call
908-788-1453, or E-mail email@example.com.
Top Of PageHealth
Middlesex County Department of Human Services offers transportation
and chaperones for a disabled holiday shopping day at Brunswick Square
Mall in East Brunswick, on Tuesday, December 6. Call Larry Rivera at
www.KatrinaHealth.org is a new, free, and secure service, which
provides information about the prescription drugs the evacuees are in
need of, allowing doctors and pharmacists to end aid. Call
212-713-7609 or E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.
Central Christian Bookstore, Central Baptist Church, 2015 Pennington
Road, Ewing, is offering patrons a holiday coupon book in celebration
of 40 years of service. Call 609-882-0252.
Women Helping Women launches new medication evaluation and monitoring
program to supply on-site evaluation and medication monitoring with
individual therapies with psychotropic medications. Call 732-549-6000.
Robert Wood Hamilton University Hospital Hamilton offers free smoking
cessation programs. The seven-week session is held on Tuesdays, noon
to 1, beginning December 6. Register at 609-584-5900.
Princeton HealthCare System seeks nominations for the second annual
Physician Humanitarian Award. Send essay of 400 words or less before
Friday, December 9. Visit www.princetonhcs.org or call 609-497-4191.
Township of Plainsboro is piloting a new program for serious walkers
to get together. Walkers will meet on Tuesdays, from 11 a.m. to noon
at a designated spot. The next walk is Tuesdays, November 29, begin at
the Municipal Building for a walk on the Lenape Trail. Register with
the recreation department at 609-799-0909, ext. 331. Walkers will walk
all winter, weather permitting.
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