For Baby Boomers

Aging in Place offers “Preparing Today for Tomorrow: Discovering Your Home Care and Care Giving Options,” a participatory forum, on Saturday, October 20 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the South Brunswick Senior Center on Route 522 in Monmouth Junction.

It is focused on “those who have been caregivers, those who are currently caregivers, those who will be caregivers, those who will need caregivers.” The forum is designed to encourage the boomer and sandwich generations to discover questions they didn’t know they needed to ask. Topics include hospital discharge, problems and information gaps, questions nobody asks, getting things in place; family support and personal advocate, financial planning, insurance, housing, transportation, resources, and more. The keynote speaker is Dr. David Barile, director of goals of care: offering new approaches for treating older adults.

Register before Monday, October 15 to receive a free lunch. E-mail, visit, or call 732-305-7079.

50th Anniversary

The Shakespeare Theater of New Jersey offers a limited number of seats to “Oliver Twist” for $19.63 to celebrate the theater’s 50th anniversary season. Call the box office at 973-408-5600 or visit

Volunteer Please

Mercer Alliance will be hosting a tax volunteer information open house on Thursday, September 27, from 1 to 2 p.m., or 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. at United Way Conference Room, 3131 Princeton Pike, Suite 113, Building 4, Lawrenceville. The Mercer Alliance to End Homelessness is seeking volunteers during the upcoming tax season to staff free tax preparation sites throughout Mercer County. Register by Monday, September 24, by calling 609-844-1008.

To be a volunteer tax preparer you must participate in a training program offered in the fall. Information includes practical knowledge in tax law, the TaxWise software, as well as hands-on practice completing tax returns. You will be required to pass the IRS test in Link & Learn on

Seeking Singers

Lashir, the Jewish Community Choir of Princeton, is accepting new members to sing in Hebrew, Yiddish, and Ladino. Rehearsals are at the Princeton Jewish Center on Nassau Street, Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. Experience in choral singing required. E-mail for information.

Call for Film

New Hope Film Festival has a call for entries in art house feature, music video, screenplay, webisode, short, documentary, Mid-Atlantic, and student categories. Submit at Deadline is Friday, December 28. The fourth annual festival runs July 12 to 21. Decisions will be E-mailed by Monday, April 15.

Musical Notes

National Choral Conference will be held at the American Boychoir School Thursday to Saturday, September 27 to 29. Music educators and choral conductors will convene to discuss choral music and to explore Bodysinging, a musical philosophy developed by Therees Hibbard, celebrating music as an intuitive and visceral experience. $350. For more information E-mail

Actors Needed

Theater to Go, a theater company based in Lawrenceville, seeks experienced comic actors ages 18 and older to increase its pool of performers for several upcoming shows. Actors should have experience with improvisation, dinner theater, interactive theater, a very outgoing personality, access to reliable transportation, and a flexible schedule. All the shows are scripted but require interacting with the audience and using improvisational skills. The shows may include day or overnight gigs in New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, and Connecticut. All positions are paid $85 per performance. Visit for more information. E-mail headshot and resume to Auditions will be scheduled by appointment.

Donate Candy

Moms Club of Robbinsville seek contributions of Halloween candy to send to U.S. troops. Operation Gratitude compiles and distributes care packages to troops overseas. Donations may be left in the MOMS Club Operation Gratitude box at the Robbinsville Senior Center from Thursday, November 1, to Wednesday, November 14. For more information visit

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