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The COVID virus is still circulating and it can still cause serious illness or death among unvaccinated people. Protect yourself and those around you by getting vaccinated as soon as possible. To make an appointment visit ucnj. Admission is free. Come out and celebrate with us!
Enjoy music, movies, refreshments, giveaways and a cultural celebration. The Grab and Go program is offered for those seniors age 60 and up who reside in Union County, and who are not receiving home delivered meals from Meals-On-Wheels. It will be available at 19 senior centers and senior housing sites throughout the county every Tuesday and Thursday, beginning on May 4.
Reservations are required, and are available by calling the Division on Aging by a. To make a reservation or to register for the program, please call the Union County Division on Aging at or Participants will receive guidance on masks, social distance, and any other COVID prevention measures when picking up meals. Each meal meets one-third of the daily nutritional requirements of an adult aged 60 or older.
Admission is free but pre-registration is required at www. No golfing experience is needed to participate in the First Swing clinic. Participants who have clubs should bring a seven or eight iron and a putter. A limited of clubs will be available for those who need them. Methods of grip, stance and swing will be discussed. Participants can improve their functional skills such as range of motion and balance, and learn about adaptive equipment that will assist them in executing the golf swing.
For more information about programs and services offered by the Union County Office for Persons with Disabilities and Special needs, visit ucnj. For more information about the Office of Veteran Services visit ucnj.
The Union County Board of Commissioners welcomes back seniors age 55 and up to participate in a series of free guided walks at Trailside Nature and Science Center in Mountainside this fall. Located at New Providence Road in Mountainside, the series will take place every Friday from a.
Pre-registration is required through the Trailside website, ucnj. The Sensory Friendly Trail first opened in and has quickly become a popular destination. It winds gently through the woods with guide ropes and features multiple interpretive s to learn about the local flora and fauna, with 3-D reliefs and Braille for the visually impaired. It also includes audio kiosks highlighting the natural and human history of the Watchung Reservation, the largest preserved park in Union County at 2, acres. For more information about the guided walks for seniors, online nature activities and other activities for families and children hosted by Trailside, please visit ucnj.
For more information about upcoming activities for seniors, families and children at Trailside, please visit ucnj. The event is free, but pre-registration is required at ucnj. Please keep in mind that only one registration is required per car. In the Heights is a musical drama film based on the well-known stage musical.
This film tells the story of a corner in the predominantly Dominican Washington Heights neighborhood of Upper Manhattan in New York City, where every member of the community pursues their dreams of a better life. The event will be shown on a weather-permitting basis. In case of bad weather, the rain date will be October 15th.
Food and drinks will not be available for purchase, but attendees may bring their own refreshments. Alcohol is strictly prohibited. For more information regarding the Hispanic Heritage month and related events, please contact Nathalie Alcaide-Hernandez by at nahernandez ucnj. Rain gardens are attractive, low maintenance garden areas that are specially deed to help reduce flooding and pollution in local waterways.
They capture and filter rainwater and snowmelt that would otherwise flow into the street from driveways, rooftops and other hard surfaces. When planted with native species, rain gardens also attract bees, butterflies, birds, and other wildlife. Approximately 30 rain gardens have been installed throughout Union County.
The includes a Google map showing the location of local rain gardens. Union County 4-H Clubs are gearing up for a new season, and students in grades are invited to the fun. The Open House will take place from P. Ample free parking is available on site. The meeting will be held at the outdoor theater by the Master Gardeners Demonstration Garden.
There is a fee for ing each class which varies by activity. The list of clubs this year includes anime, archery, cooking, disc golf, engineering, gardening, LEGO robotics, living history, nature exploration, civic service, and sewing. Students can also clubs that encourage exploration in multiple areas. Club members meet with an adult leader each month during the school year to plan activities and programs. All are welcome! Come with an open mind, leave with a new understanding.
Each conversation will be held on the second Wednesday of each month at 7PM. Click each link below to pre-register. Jul 14 Love Makes a Family hear from people all of different family structures. Find upcoming local events to learn about senior services. Sep 9— Year One. This pictorial exhibition is a tribute to the American, French, Hessian military and political leaders that fought the American Revolutionary War against the British — resulting in freedom and independence for Americans.
Exhibit researched, prepared, and brought to life by historian Michael R. Jazz Trumpeter, Warren Vache Jr. Seating is limited. Reservations required. Maximum two tickets per family. To reserve, call or lcappiello cityofrahway.
Masks will be required. Engage in spirals and contractions as you learn the Simonson Technique, which promotes anatomically efficient movement and longevity in dance. Taina. Bey theconnectiononline. Despite obstacles, it grew and thrived, becoming the multicultural community it is today. Community members conducted interviews with long-time residents, culminating in a written history and a film.
Come to the Kramer Manor Block Party, enjoy the festivities, and learn about this exploration into local history. Middletown is a deeply moving and funny play by Will Eno exploring the universe of a small American town. Presented by the Vivid Stage Ensemble. Directed by Betsy True. Oakes Center.
Barrier-free facility; Companion ticket free; Reserved seating; Service animals welcomed; Virtual tour; Advance scripts on request ; Assistive listening devices; Audio description specific dates ; Audio recording of printed materials on request ; Large-print materials on request ; Sensory seminars specific dates.
Wil B. Roselle Park Arts Festival live in-person. in this annual arts celebration in downtown Roselle Park. Artists, performers and activities include: music, dance and theater performances, street artists, accessible arts area, student art exhibit at the Youth Center, Montclair Art Museum Truck, and a juried Art Walk with dozens of artists and artisan-crafters exhibiting and selling their work.
Plus, food trucks and hands-on activities for children and adults alike, including crafts, chalk drawing, a painting corner and more. Fully wheelchair-accessible. Special parking behind library is reserved for those who request it. Accessible arts area with cooling area, has fully ADA-accessible entrance and bathrooms, and adapted activities and materials, including switch-adapted art materials and sensory-friendly materials and area. Spend the afternoon outdoors on the beautiful museum grounds, while enjoying ten site-specific professional dance performances — all inspired by moments in history!
This family-friendly event is for all ages. Walkways are made of gravel, but anyone with a physical disability may drive up to the building where the program is taking place. A cappella sensation Voctave has had over million online views of their videos. The voices that bring their arrangements to life represent a wealth of diverse backgrounds and musical experiences. The eleven members of Voctave have performed around the world, and appear on countless recordings. This lively tour of historic Rahway Cemetery features costumed actors providing first-person interpretation at the gravesites of people who served in first-responder capacity through the centuries.
Educational family-friendly tours start at noon, departing every 15 minutes. Tour is approximately 90 minutes. Last tour leaves at Tours depart from Merchants and Drovers Tavern Museum yard. Park up the block at Parkside Plaza, St. Georges Ave. Featuring a chamber choir performing works by Mozart and Vaughan Williams, and renowned soprano Maureen Francis singing works by Mozart and Handel, the Oratorio Singers present a virtual concert — followed by a video narrated by Music Director Trent Johnson about the year history of the Oratorio Singers, based in Westfield. Each video-lecture is an intimate talk elucidating the themes and history of the music, and includes excerpts played by orchestra members, plus footage from full-orchestra performances.
Understand and enjoy these masterworks at The Plainfield Symphony Channel. You may be surprised at the rich history in our midst. Dancing, singing and stories make this the perfect family concert! Presented by Linden Public Library. Enjoy here: youtube. Masks required. View website for more information. Watchung Stable is open to visitors from Tuesday through Sunday, from a.
Please wear a mask in the main barn, administration building and restrooms. Please note: Trail biking is prohibited in all Union County parks. Bicycles are permitted on paved paths and roadways only. Hikers and dog walkers: Stay on marked trails to preserve fragile native habitat. The taking of plants and other wildlife is prohibited. Share paved paths by keeping to the right unless passing. Dogs must be kept on leash unless in dog parks. All trash must be carried out when receptacles are full or unavailable. The Connection 79 Maple St. Trenton Ave. Quimby St.
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