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- Sipping & Shopping in Downtown Cranford
5/1/2015, 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm, Downtown Cranford
Contact Person : Cranford Junior Women's Club
Web Site: www.cranfordjwc.org
Join us for a night of sipping & shopping in Downtown Cranford. Tickets $20.00 in advance, $25.00 at the event. Proceeds to benefit Cranford Junior Women’s Club
Philanthropic & Scholarship Fund. Check in for the event will be at The Porch Salon at 27 North Union Avenue. First 100 to check in will receive a goody bag with wonderful samples and special coupons from our merchants.
Tickets for sale at Augusta Mae Boutique Fine Consignment, Periwinkle’s, Belladonna’s and
Atlantic Beach Soap Company.
- CDC Theatre presents "How to Succeed in Business W
5/1/2015, Friday and Saturdays at 8pm, CDC Theatre 78 Winans Ave
Contact Person : Maureen Monroe
Phone #: 908-276-7611
Web Site: www.cdctheatre.org
Power, sex, ambition, greed... it's just another day at the office. A terrific musical comedy from the team that brought you Guys and Dolls.
- Glass Slipper Boutique at The Jumble Store
5/1/2015, Wed. & Fri. 11-5p, Thu. 11-8p, Sat. 10-5p, The Jumble Store, 110 Walnut Ave, Cranford
Contact Person : Store Manager
Phone #: 276-0222
Web Site: www.jlepnj.org
Every young lady deserves to feel fabulous! We hope to help her do so on a budget! Prom, Evening attire, formal, semi-formal gowns & dresses, shoes & accessories too!
Glass Slipper Boutique returns to The Jumble Store. Every Wed.&Fri. 11-5pm Thurs. 11-8pm, Sat. 10-5pm.
Click here to download our flyer.
- Shining Stars on Broadway
5/1/2015, 7:15 PM, Cranford High School - West End Place
Contact Person :
Phone #: 908-418-6944
Web Site: https://www.facebook.com/events/861263950614279/
Come see the Shining Stars, this year's theme - Broadway. Shining Stars is comprised of special needs students in Cranford who love to act, sing and dance. The children have been practicing for over two months in preparation for a night of true entertainment. Our goal is to raise awareness and enhance the lives of people with developmental disabilities and all others. But mostly, we strive to give these amazing, talented children a venue of their own to truly shine. It's a night of entertainment not to be forgotten.
- Westfield Area Y Free Friday Night Film Festival
5/1/2015, 7:00 pm, Robert and Virginia Bauer Family Branch
Contact Person : Ben Nanna
Phone #: 908-233-2700 x279
Web Site: www.westfieldynj.org
Movie lovers of all ages are invited to experience movies as they were meant to be enjoyed...on the big screen! The film festival will be held at the Robert and Virginia Bauer Family Branch of the Westfield Area Y, 422 East Broad Street.
The featured films is the Wizard of Oz The films starts at 7:00pm. Chairs are provided, but patrons are welcome to bring their own picnic-style seating. Online registration is available at www.westfieldynj.org. Children under 17 must be accompanied by an adult. Concessions will be sold at the door, with proceeds benefiting the Westfield Area Y Annual Support Campaign for strong kids, families and seniors.
- Mothers of Multiples Spring Children's Yard Sale
5/2/2015, 9am-1pm, 50 Burnside Avenue, Cranford
Contact Person : Carrie Decastro
Phone #: 908-816-1111
Web Site: Mpmom.org
Come Join The Mountain Plains Mothers of Multiples Spring Children’s Sale on Saturday, May 2, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The raindate is May 3rd! This bi-annual sale provides the public with an opportunity to purchase gently used children’s clothing, equipment and toys. The sale has been expanded to feature more infant, toddlers and children’s items and accessories through donations of club members.
The general public can enjoy shopping from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., located at 50 Burnside Ave in Cranford. This is not just for multiple's items; there will be many single's items available. Everyone is encouraged to stop by and find some great bargains.
- Westfield Area Y 11th Annual Golf Outing & Dinner
5/4/2015, 11 am, Echo Lake Country Club in Westfield
Contact Person : Bonnie Cohen
Phone #: 908-233-2700, ext. 240,
Web Site: www.westfieldynj.org/contribute/golf
The Westfield Area Y is hosting its 11th Annual Golf Outing and Dinner with Live Auction on Monday, May 4th at Echo Lake Country Club in Westfield. Play golf? Play format is a shamble. Prizes will be awarded for both team performance and individual games of skill by both men and women. Lunch begins at 11:00 am, shotgun start is at 12:30 pm.
Don't play golf? Come for part two of our day: Enjoy a cocktail hour and hors d’oeuvres beginning at 5:30 pm, followed by a buffet reception and a live auction facilitated by WCBS TV weathercaster John Elliott. If you have seen him in action, you know what a treat the auction is!
- Cranford Township Committee Public Meeting
5/5/2015, 8:00 pm, Committee Chambers - Room 107
Contact Person : Tara Rowley
Phone #: 908.709.7210
Web Site: www.cranford.com/township
- Classic Film: The Lady from Shanghai (1948,87 min)
5/5/2015, 7:00 pm, Cranford Community Center, 220 Walnut Avenue
Contact Person : Fran Housten, Cranford Public Library
Phone #: 908-709-7272
Web Site: http://www.cranford.com/library/index.asp
The Lady From Shanghai, is a complex, puzzle-within-a-puzzle mystery story and is a showcase for Orson Welles, showing his singular talents and sensibilities as few other films have. The story is superficially simple: a seaman Michael O'Hara (Welles) is hired as a crew member on the yacht of the wealthy Banister (Everett Sloane). His beautiful but mysterious wife Elsa (Rita Hayworth) has met O'Hara earlier, when he saved her from a mugging. What ensues is a complicated and bizarre pattern of deception, fraud and murder, with O'Hara finding himself implicated in a murder, despite his innocence.—All Movie
- Reception in Memory of Rosemary Chodack
5/6/2015, 4:00 p.m., Cranford Public Library, 224 Walnut Avenue
Contact Person : John Malar
Phone #: 908-709-7272
Web Site: http://cranford.com/library/
The public is invited to attend a reception in memory of Rosemary Chodack, a member of the Cranford Public Library Children’s Department. Ms. Chodack was a vital part of the Children’s Department for many years, and her devotion to library patrons, both young and old, was evident to all who knew her. A portrait of Ms. Chodack, painted by Cranford resident Bea Tobolewski will be unveiled at the reception.
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