Registration for the Arts Council of Princeton’s spring classes is open. Classes for children, teens, and adults in the visual, literary, and performing arts begin April 9 at the Paul Robeson Centerf, 102 Witherspoon Street, Princeton. Visit www.artscouncilofprinceton.org or call 609-924-8777.
St. Francis Cabrini seeks an experienced pianist for Sunday service in New Brunswick, 1 to 4 p.m. Must be able to read both numerical musical notation as well as classical. Contact Herman at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 973-642-7947 or 609-716-8710.
Trenton Community Singers, under the direction of Richard M. Loatman, is seeking new members, especially tenors and basses. Music selections are mostly classical. There are no auditions, dues, or fees. Visit www.capitalsingers.org, contact Suzanne Kazi at 609-799-5939 or email@example.com
Literacy Volunteers of Mercer County, an organization dedicated to helping adults learn to read, write, and speak English, seeks volunteers for its two upcoming tutor training sessions. An evening session begins Wednesday, April 11, 6 to 9 p.m., and meets for five weeks . A daytime session begins Wednesday, April 18, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., and meets for five weeks. Call 609-587-6027 or E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Shakespeare Theater of New Jersey is seeking volunteers to assist with ushering, concessions, and the gift shop for the theater’s 50th anniversary season, which begins May 30. Volunteers receive ticket vouchers good for admissions throughout the season. A volunteer open house will be held on Thursday, April 26, at 6 p.m., at the F.M. Kirby Shakespeare Theater, 36 Madison Avenue, Madison. Call 973-408-3694 or E-mail jmccrostie@ShakespeareNJ.org. Visit ShakespeareNJ.org for a schedule of performances.
Call for Films
Princeton Public Library is accepting original film submissions for the 2012 Princeton Student Film & Video Festival being held July 18 and 19. The student filmmakers will be invited to introduce and talk about their works during the festival. Deadline for submission is Monday, June 25. Submit original films with running times under 20 minutes. Some of the selected films will also be screened at the Artist Visions Film Festival in Lambertville. The festival is accepting film submissions from youth ages 14 to 25 from Princeton and beyond. There is no fee to enter. Visit http://bitly.com/PSFVF2012 for entry guidelines and form. Call 609-924-9529, ext. 247.
Unique Photo presents on-field sports photography classes at Rutgers home games beginning Saturday, April 28. Open to photographers of all levels, classes will be held in sports photography and composition in the NSM Corporate Partner Hospitality tent prior to each home game. Visit www.uniquephoto.com.
Rescue Mission of Trenton seeks used clothing, accessories, bedding, household items, decorative items, electronics, large and small appliances, furniture, and more. Pickup is free and tax deductible. Call 800-528-8825 or visit www.rescuemissionoftrenton.org.
Jewish Family & Children’s Service, the Jewish Community Foundation, and Jewish Federation of Princeton Mercer Bucks has allocated funds for Israel program scholarships for teens and college students. Contact Lara Wellerstein at 609-987-8100, ext. 104, or email@example.com
Omicron Theater Productions has open auditions for male and female actors, ages 20s to 50s, for comedies. Backstage hands are also needed. Call 609-443-5598.
Community Connection of Princeton HealthCare’s training for the fourth annual Princeton Kids Marathon has begun. Children in grades K-8 are invited to participate on Sunday, June 10, at Princeton Stadium. Kids walk, run, or roll 2.5 miles a week for 10 weeks and gather on race day to complete the last 1.2 miles. Participants receive prizes for every five miles completed prior to race day. Register by Friday, May 18. On June 10 the annual 10K adult race and a kids 1.2-mile fun run take place. www.princetonkidsmarathon.org or call 609-216-2192.