For Singers

Princeton Pro Musica seeks choral singers of all voice parts for upcoming season featuring Mozart’s Requiem, Britten’s War Requiem, and Handel’s Messiah. Rehearsals are Tuesday evenings in Princeton. Call 609-683-5122 or E-mail info@princetonpromusical.org to schedule appointment.

Voices Chorale seeks singers with good reading skills to participate in the upcoming 20th concert season. Auditions take place before the open sing on Thursday, August 16, in Hopewell. For appointment call Sandy Duffy at 609-799-2211 or E-mail sandy.duffy@comcast.net.

For Performers

Maurer Productions OnStage seeks adult performers for "The Emperor’s New Clothes" to be presented in October at Kelsey Theater. Visit www.mponstage.com to schedule an audition. Rehearsal schedule will be based on cast availability.

Poetic Print-Cess Talent Showcase presents its ninth annual talent showcase audition on Saturday, August 11, at George Street Playhouse, 9 Livingston Avenue, New Brunswick, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. All types of talent for ages 5 to 105 are welcome. (No profanity or explicit lyrics). $10 per individual, $20 per duet, $25 for groups of three or more. Select acts will perform at the showcase on Saturday, September 15, at George Street. Comments from Michelle Cox, formerly of the Apollo Theater, included. Contact Michelle for audition reservation, tickets to the showcase, or information at 732-207-2304 or E-mail poeticprintcess@aol.com

Plays in the Park has auditions for "Rapunzel" on Saturday, August 18, at 4 p.m. Roosevelt Park, Edison. Bring sheet music. Be prepared to read and do a short dance combination. The script is available on line. www.playsinthepark.com.

Sports for Causes

Special Olympics New Jersey is accepting registration for the women’s golf outing, slated for Tuesday, September 11, at Forsgate Country Club. Shotgun start, scramble formal tournament, brunch, awards reception, silent auction, and dinner are included. Contact Diane Paraskevas at 609-896-0000, ext. 261 or E-mail dp@sonj.org

New Jersey Ride Against AIDS invites teams to join the three-day, 250-mile bike ride from High Point to Cape May beginning September 28. Last year’s event raised more than $70,000. Visit www.njrideagainstaids.org or E-mail Caryl Harris at carylh7@earthlink.net.

Lake Mercer Dragon Boat Association seeks paddlers in the men and women mixed team, junior (14 plus), and cancer survivor divisions to paddle in the annual dragon boat festival on Saturday, September 22, in Lake Mercer. Volunteers are also needed to work at the festival. E-mail princetondragoneer@yahoo.com, visit www.lmdba.com, or call 732-329-0888.

Faith

Princeton Alliance Church offers Pioneer Club for children age two to grade five on Wednesdays, from 5 to 6:30 p.m., beginning Wednesday, September 12. The Christ-centered club program includes a light dinner, Bible exploration, crafts, game, and music. Call Joseline Capre at 609-799-9000, ext. 21.

Donate

Century 21 Abrams, Hutchinson & Associates is collecting used cell phones and ink jet printer cartridges to generate contributions for Easter Seals. Bring to 10 Schalks Crossing Road, Plainsboro. Call 609-750-7300 for information.

Auxiliary of University Medical Center at Princeton is accepting donations for the annual white elephant rummage sale to be held on Saturday and Sunday, October 13 and 14. Donations of clothing, books, jewelry, knick-knacks, art, antiques, holiday items, linens, drapes, and housewares are needed. No electrical appliances, baby car seats, cribs, box springs, mattresses, pillows, light fixtures, magazines, tires, bowling balls, suitcases, and large pieces of furniture. Donations will be accepted Tuesdays from 9 a.m. to noon and from 5 to 7 p.m.; and Saturdays, from 9 a.m. to noon, through October 6. www.princetonhcs.org/auxiliary or call 609-497-4069.

Volunteer

McCarter Theater seeks volunteers 18 and older to assist with the upcoming season. Opportunities are available for ushers, front of house, company store, artist hospitality, and promotional work on the street team. A volunteer fair is Thursday, August 16, at 6 p.m. in the lobby of the Matthews Theater. E-mail dlemeshow@mccarter.org for information.

Montgomery Center for the Arts seeks volunteers for art shows, music programs, and for working with young children. Contact Mary Reilly at 908-874-3218 or E-mail Maryreilly722@aol.com.

Health

Mercer County Office for the Disabled offers file of life refrigerator magnets to consolidate vital care and personal insurance and medication information for use during emergencies. Call 609-989-6468.

Literati

George Street Playhouse offers a book club package include a copy of the Pulitzer Prize-winning book of "Doubt," a study guide, and a ticket to the production. A staff member is available to attend book club meetings to lead discussions of "Doubt." Call Kelly Ryman at 732-846-2895 ext 131 or E-mail kryman@georgestplayhouse.org.

Parent and Child

Howell Living History Farm is accepting applications for parent and child enrollment in its fall hatchery program beginning in September. One parent must work as a volunteer in exchange for one child’s participation in the program designed for ages 3 to 5. Organization meeting is Wednesday, August 15, at 1 p.m. Visit www.howellfarm.org or E-mail Kathy Brilla at 609-737-3299.

For Artists

Phillips’ Mill Art Show invites artists living within a 25-mile radius to submit art and a registration form on Friday, September 7, 2 to 7 p.m., and Saturday, September 8, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Forms are at www.phillipsmill.org. Exhibition open Saturday, September 22. Call 215-862-0582.

Education

Mercer College offers a direct health care provider to prepare participants for jobs in the health care field. State certification is required for aides seeking employment in New Jersey agencies. Classes will be held Tuesdays, August 28 to December 11, 8 a.m. to noon. A high school diploma or FED and a clear understanding of written and spoken English are required. Information session is Friday, August 10, 10 a.m. to noon.

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