State and municipal offices are closed, as is the South Brunswick Public Library. There will be no interruption in garbage or recycling collection in South Brunswick Township on Presidents Day. Although township offices will be closed, the contractor will be performing normally scheduled collections. Call the Recycling office with any questions at 732-329-4000, extension 7274.
The Willows Swim Club and Confectionately Yours are starting the summer season early and are teaming up for a tasty fundraiser for a new playground project at the Willows. Enjoy your day off with lunch, dinner or dessert and 20 percent of your (dining room only) purchase will be donated to the Willows Swim Club.
The South Brunswick Senior Center hosts a Mardi Gras celebration. Lunch will be provided and will include Chicken Creole “New Orleans Style." Jazzy Zydeco Music will provide musical entertainment. Guests are asked to bring a canned or boxed good to be donated to the South Brunswick
Food Panty. This program is open to South Brunswick residents 55 and up only.
BNI is the largest business networking organization in the world. They help members with training and implementation of a referral system. BNI uses a one-person-per-profession structure. With 100,000 members, BNI has been helping businesses for 24 years.
For the third Wednesday of every month Wednesday Wisdom series, The SBPL is going to be showing some top rated documentary films - either stand alone or in series. Today, the final episode of the documentary originally aired on the History Channel and A&E titled "The 20th Century with Mike Wallace: Politics and Presidents" will be shown. This episode is "Washington Scandals: Sex, Money, Power." Throughout the ‘50s and ‘60s, the press confined its reporting to financial improprieties and influence peddling. But in the ‘70s, a bizarre incident involving a powerful congressman and a stripper flung open the door to politicians’ sex life, and an FBI sting revealed the extent of corruption in Congress.
Ready for School Night targets families in preschool, pre-k and kindergarten programs. This night is to show families specifically how Bright Horizons at Kendall Park prepares children for school by arming them with the necessary skills and knowledge base to allow children to succeed academically.