Photography Classes

The Princeton Academy of Art is offering a two-month workshop series on wet plate photography. Students will use both antique and contemporary equipment to create images. The classes will be held at 138 Nassau Street, and registration is $495. Register via Eventbrite by searching “Princeton Academy of Art.”


The ACME Screening Room, located at 25 South Union Street in Lambertville, is searching for volunteers to work at movie screenings and special events. Volunteers should have flexible schedules. E-mail for information.

LifeTies, Inc. is seeking volunteers with diverse skills and backgrounds for a myriad of volunteer opportunities with youth and young adults. Volunteers are needed to be mentors to youth in the community and to provide life skills training to youth in LifeTies’ Group Homes and Supportive Housing Units. For information on becoming a LifeLink volunteer or group projects, contact Donna Yates at 609-414-2083 or e-mail For mentoring information contact Teri Triano-Davis at 609-731-1249 or or visit

VolunteerConnect is seeking skilled professionals for short-term nonprofit volunteer impact projects. Marketing/communications experience is a plus. Visit for information.

Nominate a Woman of Distinction

The American Heart Association is currently accepting nominations for the Twelfth Annual American Heart Association Go Red For Women “Woman of Distinction” Award. This award recognizes New Jersey women promoting a healthy lifestyle for or among women, making sustained, unique or extraordinary efforts to improve the community as well as those who support and advance women’s issues or serve as a role model to others. Nominations are being accepted until 5 p.m. on Monday, April 2. Nomination forms are available at

Call for Talent

The Hopewell Valley Youth Chorale invites musicians of all kinds to send in submissions for the organization’s Mic Drop event Saturday, April 28, from 7 to 11 p.m. at the Hopewell Theater. All types of musical acts are welcome Applications must be submitted by Tuesday, March 20. Visit

Adult Scholarships

Adults looking to return to school to continue their education or train for a new career may take advantage of scholarships at Raritan Valley Community College in Branchburg. The RVCC Foundation has several scholarships that are specifically geared toward non-traditional, older students. For scholarship guidelines and qualifications, visit

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