Mercer County Teen Arts Festival seeks volunteers for a “variety of easy, rewarding tasks.” No experience needed. Friday, May 15, 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at Mercer College, West Windsor. E-mail Michael Gumpert at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 609-989-6060.
Artworks seeks volunteers for “Art All Night,” a 24-hour visual and performing art event featuring live music on two stages, unusual art demonstrations, art films using stop motion photography, claymation, and animation; and lectures about using art to revitalize cities, kids art activities, and eclectic food. Saturday and Sunday, June 20 to 21, Trenton. Visit www.artworkstreston.org or call 609-731-9040.
Monroe Township Library seeks volunteers for “Reading Partners” and “Math Partners” to work with school-aged children who need help with reading and/or math skills. Visit www.monroetwplibrary.org for information.
Fresh Air Fund seeks volunteer host families for inner-city children for two weeks or more this summer. Visit www.freshair.org for information.
Quaker Bridge Mall presents the Mercer County Health and Wellness Expo of Friday to Sunday, May 1 to 3. The interactive and informative show offers complimentary screenings, and information from massage therapists, chiropractors, pain management specialists, home nursing, cosmetic surgeons, and ADHD treatment professional.150 Quaker Bridge Road, Lawrenceville.
Trenton Film Society seeks short films by students for “The Not Quite Legal Film Festival” open to any student from New Jersey or attending school in New Jersey who is between ages 15 and 21. Up to two films may be submitted no later than Friday, May 15. Public screening on Saturday and Sunday, June 13 to 14 at Mill Hill Playhouse in Trenton. Visit www.trentonfilmsociety.com.
Har Sinai in Hopewell offers a six week summer camp for the first time beginning Monday, June 22. Deadline is Monday, June 1. Two daily sessions, three days a week, from 9 a.m. to noon or 1 p.m. The hands on activities include arts and crafts, music, stories, and playtime activities. $85 per week; $450 for six weeks. E-mail magda Reyes at email@example.com or call 609-730-8100. The preschool is also accepting registration for classes that begin Wednesday, September 9.
Kelsey Theater offers a benefit five-night cruise to Bermuda sailing from Cape Liberty on Saturday, August 15 aboard Royal Caribbean’s Explorer of the Seas. $100 deposit is due now. Contact Colleen Robinson at 609-275-0335 or visit www.crobinson.cruisone.com.
South Brunswick Township Department of Parks and Recreation offers discount tickets to Great Adventure, Hurricane Harbor, Sesame Place, Hershey Park, Dorney Park, Morey’s Pier, Wildwood Amusements, Philadelphia Zoo, and Camden Aquarium. Visit www.sbtnj.net. Or call 732-329-4000, ext. 7661.
Womanspace presents Denim Day, on Tuesday, April 28, a protest again myths that still surround sexual assault. Visit www.womanspace.org or call 609-394-9000 for information about crisis intervention, emergency shelter, counseling, court advocacy, housing services, and a 24-hour hotline.
PSEG offers an environmental education grant program for teachers to link math, science, computer science, and technology concerts with the environment. Grants up to $3,500 are available to teachers of grades k to nine to purchase materials and equipment, take field trips, and develop curriculum-related activities. Deadline is Friday, June 5. Visit www.pseg.com/eegrants for information.
Gallery 125 has a call for entries for “Current Exposures," a photography show opening Friday, September 11, featuring traditional film, digital, alternative, computer enhanced, and manipulated. $20 for five images. For specifics about entering call the gallery at 609-989-9119, visit www.gallery125.com, or E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.