Pierrot Productions seeks actors for “The Musical Comedy Murders of 1940.” Auditions are Monday and Tuesday, December 13 and 14, at 7 p.m. at Kelsey Theater in West Windsor. The show opens on Friday, February 18. For appointments or questions E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 609-658-1233.##M:[more]##
Call for Art
VSA Arts of New Jersey invites two-dimensional artwork by students with disabilities. Age categories are under 12, and 12 through 21. Selected artists will have their work displayed in three locations through the state. Application deadline is Friday, January 28, 2005. Call Karen Singer at 732-745-3885 for information.
Literacy Volunteers of America in Mercer County has a wish list for office chairs, plastic floor pads to put under office chairs, and office volunteers. The group also seeks volunteers for the next tutor training course beginning Wednesday, February 16, 2005. Call 609-393-8855 for information.
Community of Light
Womanspace is selling luminary lighting kits for the annual Communities of Light to be held on Sunday, December 19. The project raises awareness about domestic violence and sexual assault in the community. Kits are available at retail stores, neighborhood coordinators, and www.womanspace.org.
Ski Barn is accepting donations of coats through Christmas to help out area families in need. Bring coats to their store located at 2990 Route 1, Lawrenceville. Call 609-530-1666 for information.
Toys for Tots
Plainsboro Township Police Department and Police Benevolent Association will collect toys beginning Friday, November 26. The drop off areas for new unwrapped toys include Superfresh, Plainsboro Township Police Department, Al’s Sunoco in West Windsor, and Edward Jones Investments, 109 South Main Street, Cranbury. Final pickup is Wednesday, December 15. For information call 609-799-23333, ext. 516.
West Windsor Township Police, West Windsor Lions Club, American Legion Post 76, and Maurice Hawk Elementary School, are accepting donations of toys for West Windsor families in need of a little help. New unwrapped toys may be brought to the collection box located in the police building at the Clarksville and Post roads. For information call Patrolman Sam Dyson at 609-799-0452.
Middlesex County Public Health Department has an open telephone bank to pre-register eligible high-risk residents for flu shots. Call on Monday and Tuesday, November 22 and 23, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Call the Flu Hotline at 732-745-4344 for information.
Salvation Army seeks volunteers for the annual red kettle campaign to man four-hour shifts throughout New Jersey. Donations are used to provide hot meals, warm clothing, and small toys for children throughout the year. Call Tricia Pellegrini at 908-851-8227 for information.