Thursday, November 14, 2019

Firehouse Gallery to celebrate camp’s 20th year

The Firehouse Gallery is set to hold its 20th Summer Art Camp program.The gallery plans to celebrate the anniversary of the camp with an exhibition, open house and free art classes 12 to 4 p.m. on Mar

Art auction to support July 3 fireworks

The Foundation for Bordentown Traditions is set to host an art auction.Proceeds from the auction are set to benefit the fireworks display scheduled for July 3 at Joe Lawrence Park.The auction is

Concert association to present musical revue

Community Concert Association of Bordentown is set to present its next concert in April.The association's April concert features music by Rodgers and Hammerstein and Andrew Lloyd Webber.

BRHS to feature 1920s musical

The tap dancing 1920s musical No No Nanette is set to be presented by members of the Bordentown Regional High School theater program Feb. 28-March 2.Set in 1920s Atlantic City, No No Nanette is the st

Rock royalty visits Bordentown

Randy Now played host to special guests in July.

Trenton Thunder to host charity treasure hunt

Teams to participate in scavenger hunt to benefit Trenton Thunder Charities Community Grant program

Photography exhibition set for White Hill Mansion

An exhibition of fine art photographs of White Hill Mansion is scheduled for June 29.

“Acoustic Mixtape Live!” Returns To The Old City Hall

The concert will benefit the Old City Hall Restoration Project and St. Mary's Church Community Food Pantry.

Randy Now Turns Doc into Fundraiser for city cats

Debut of “Riot on the Dance Floor” nets $600 for Bordentown City Cats

Historic homes get festive

Holiday house tours open up for the season

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Inside Robbinsville’s Amazon warehouse

When it opened in 2014 the Amazon warehouse on Canton Way in Robbinsville instantly became the town’s largest employer.