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- Cranford Chamber Networking Event - Lt. Governor
11/20/2013, 12 Noon, Atria Senior Living
Contact Person : Cranford Chamber of Commerce
Phone #: 902.272.6114
Web Site: www.cranford.com/chamber
Join us for our monthly Networking event. The Lt. Governor will be the guest speaker. Members - $10.00, Non-Members - $15.00. Call to register or register online at www.cranford.com/chamber.
- Garretson Financial's HarvestFest: Seasonal Beer Tasting and 401(k) Statement Review
11/21/2013, 7 pm to 9 pm, Garretson Financial, 331 Centennial Ave, Suite 102
Contact Person : Garretson Financial
Phone #: 908.276.9140
Web Site: www.garretsonfinancial.com
Join us for a beer and a casual night out as John and Jamie go through a presentation based on an actual 401(k) plan. Feel free to bring in your statement if you'd like an individual review! Admission is free,
seasonal beers will be served. Visit www.garretsonfinancial.com to register online or contact us at 908.276.9140 to reserve your spot.
- Elements Therapeutic Massage Canned Food Drive
11/21/2013, All day!, 18 North Ave. West
Contact Person : Sherry Mandel
Phone #: 908-276-1099
Web Site: www.elementsmassage.com/cranford
Elements Therapeutic Massage will be holding a canned food drive for Cranford Family Care's Food Pantry. Donations accepted from Oct 15 till Nov 21.
Anyone bringing 2 cans or more or 2 boxed dry goods will receive a certificate for a free Hot Stone upgrade.
Items needed include:
Peanut butter, boxed milk, rice, vegetables, canned fruit, and cereal.
- Market Day
11/22/2013, 2:30-3:30, Walut Ave School
Contact Person : Chris Weaver
Phone #: 908-240-8867
Web Site: marketday.com
Market Day is a PTA fundraiser that Walnut Ave School and Livingston School does to help raise money for the students. Pick up is between 2:30-3:30 on Tuesday Dec.3. Orders must be in by Nov.22 2013
- Cougar Headquarters Open House
11/22/2013, 10:00am-5:00pm, Cougar HQ 415 Centennial Avenue
Contact Person : Stefanie or Rae Ann
Phone #: 908-497-9900 x 104
Web Site: www.cougarhq.com
Preview and shop our fantastic collection of Cranford themed apparel, ornaments and fun gifts!
- Westfield Y Aquaducks Synchronized Swim Show
11/23/2013, Sat. 1:00pm and 7:00pm; Sun. 1:00pm, Westfield Y Clark Street Branch
Contact Person : Karen Powers
Tix can be purchased at the door. Concessions for purchase, 50/50 Raffle, Baskets Raffle. All proceeds benefit Westfield Y Aquaducks Synchronized Swim Team.
- Author Linda Barth--Garden State:Where Ideas Grow
11/24/2013, Sunday from 2:00-4:00pm, Crane-Phillips House Museum, 124 North Union Ave
Contact Person : The Cranford Historical Society
Phone #: 908-276-0082
Web Site: www.cranfordhistoricalsociety.com
The Cranford Historical Society is proud to present Linda J. Barth, author of “The Garden State: Where Ideas Grow, A History of Inventing in New Jersey: From Thomas Edison to the Ice Cream Cone from 2:00-4: 00pm at the Crane-Phillips House Museum, 124 North Union Avenue, Cranford NJ. The program will begin at 2:15pm
Many Americans are familiar with Thomas Edison's "invention factory" in Menlo Park, where he patented the phonograph, the light bulb and many more innovations. Yet many other ideas have grown in the Garden State, too-New Jerseyans brought sound and music to movies and built the very first drive-in theater. In addition to the first cultivated blueberry, tasty treats like ice cream cones and M&M's® are also Jersey natives. Iconic aspects of American life, like Bubble Wrap®, the boardwalk, the Band-Aid®, and even professional baseball itself started in New Jersey. Life would be a lot harder without the vacuum cleaner, plastic, and air-conditioning and many other important advances in medicine and surgery were developed here. Join author Linda Barth as she explores groundbreaking, useful, fun and even silly inventions and their New Jersey roots.
Linda J. Barth is a retired fourth-grade teacher who lives in Somerville, New Jersey. She has served on the boards of Celebrate New Jersey, the Raritan-Millstone Heritage Alliance, and the D&R Canal Watch and currently is the executive director of the League of Historical Societies of New Jersey. She is the author of Bridgetender's Boy, The Delaware and Raritan Canal, and The Delaware and Raritan Canal at Work and has contributed to the Encyclopedia of New Jersey.
Space is limited so reservations are required. To reserve your seat, please call the Historical Society’s office at 908-276-0082 or email us at email@example.com. Admission is free but donations are always welcomed. The Society has been dedicated to the perpetuation of Cranford’s history by continuing to collect and document the town’s past as we now enter the 21st century. Visit our website at www.cranfordhistoricalsociety.com
- Voices for Haiti Fundraising Concert Event
11/24/2013, 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm, Crossroads, North Ave, Garwood
Contact Person :
Help Julia return to Haiti through the Division of Volunteer Efforts of Seton Hall University. $20 donation, $10 for students. 50/50 and raffle items. Performances by Julia Langone, Nothing Personal and special guests. Crossroads will be open for dinner and drinks. Reserve your table today.
- Canned ford Family Dentistry Thanksgiving Food Drive
11/25/2013, All day, 188 North Avenue West, Suite 100, Cranford, NJ
Contact Person :
Phone #: 908-276-5330
Give a helping hand this Thanksgiving Season! Donations can be dropped off at our Cranford office on a Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, or Friday from November 1st through November 25th. All donations will be given to The Cranford Family Care Association. *All donations must be non-perishable and cannot be used or expired".
- Book Discussion: Defending Jacob by Wm. Landay
11/25/2013, 7:00 p.m., Cranford Public Library, 224 Walnut Avenue
Contact Person : John Malar
Phone #: 908-709-7272
Web Site: http://cranford.com/library
The Readers’ Forum is the lively, long running book discussion group of the Cranford Public Library. New members are welcome at any time. The group will discuss “Defending Jacob” (2012), a novel by William Landay. “Defending Jacob” tells the story of Andy Barber, an assistant district attorney in suburban Massachusetts. When a shocking crime shatters his town, Andy is blindsided by what happens next: his fourteen-year-old son is charged with the murder of a fellow student. As the crisis reveals how little a father knows about his son, Andy will face a trial of his own—between loyalty and justice, between truth and allegation, and between a past he's tried to bury and a future he cannot conceive.
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