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Top Of PageDonate Please
American Boychoir School seeks donations to help defray the cost of
flood damages incurred in February when a water pipe burst in a dorm.
The boys are being temporarily housed off campus.
One family gave the school a challenge gift to match one dollar for
every two dollars donated. A portion of this challenge gift is being
set aside to cover special activities for the boys while they are
housed off-campus, as well as upgrades where possible. Call Alfie
DeMoss at 609-924-5858 ext.12 to make a donation.
Top Of PageVolunteers
New Hope Arts Center seeks volunteers for annual events including
receiving and cataloging artwork, computer input, and spruce up days.
Contact Leslie Crilley at email@example.com or call 215-862-5463.
Top Of PageHealth
UMDNJ Pain and Fatigue Study Center seek 80 female minority volunteers
to sleep in a research lab at the university hospital in Newark on
three to four nights. www.umdnj.edu/cfs or call Jennifer FitzGibbons
Princeton Center for Yoga & Health offers free classes for new
visitors from Sunday, May 6, through Saturday, May 12.
Top Of PageStress Reduction
Princeton Center for Yoga & Health and Capital Health System offer an
eight-week mindfulness-based stress reduction program developed by Jon
Kabat-Zinn. Free introductory session is Monday, April 30, at 7:30
p.m., at 50 Vreeland Drive, Suite 506, Skillman. Register. The full
course is $450 with advance registration. www.princetonyoga.com or
Top Of PageTrip
Stony Brook Millstone Watershed offers a great swamp hike for families
and adults on Saturday, April 28, at 1 p.m. The Raptor Trust is in
Millington, Morris County. Register at 609-737-7592. Free.
Top Of PageArt
Art Colony at the Prallsville Mill offers classes for all levels in
Stockton. Call 609-397-0452.
Top Of PageFor Seniors
Princeton Senior Resource Center and Arts Council of Princeton seek
two or three dimensional artwork created by adults more than 55 years
old. A photograph must be submitted by Friday, May 4, and ready to be
presented on May 7. Works will be returned after June 15. Opening
reception is May 10, 4 to 6 p.m. Call Mauri Tyler at 609-924-7108 for
Top Of PageGoodies Galore
There is nothing silent about the Saturday, April 28, auction at Princeton
Airport to raise funds for Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Mercer
County. "Hotsy-Totsy CASA Getaway to the Roaring Twenties" is an evening of
dinner, dancing, and auction. Some of the special auction items are:
Pre-season Giants tickets
Aerial home photography by Leigh Photo, Princeton
Princeton Symphony Orchestra tickets with dinner at any Terra Nova Restaurant
Martha’s Vineyard vacation rental
Long Beach Island beach-side vacation home for one week
Italian gourmet cooking lesson for ten in your home
Golf for two at Springdale Golf Course, including lunch and cart
Sky box and food for 16 at Trenton Thunder Game
Autographed scrubs from the cast of ER
Autographed CDs and Books from Wynton Marsalis.
Overnight stay at Princeton’s Nassau Inn including breakfast and dinner
Lexus car detail voucher
Helicopter orientation flight and overnight stay at Bordentown Airport
Tickets to Late Night with Conan O’Brien
Three months special parking at Princeton Junction train station and New Jersey Transit rail and bus passes
Hot air balloon ride for two.
CASA of Mercer County (Court Appointed Special Advocates) provides trained
volunteers to advocate for abused and neglected children in the family court.
Getaway to the Roaring 20s, Saturday, April 28, 6:30 p.m. CASA, Princeton
Airport, Route 206. Sixth annual benefit features food, dancing, and a silent
auction. Music by Ron Kraemer and the Hurricanes. $150.
www.casamercer.org or 609-434-0050.
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