Release the weight of winter by participating in a Spring Awakening Sound Meditation at the Westfield Area YMCA, located at 220 Clark St, on Sunday, March 29 from 4:00 – 5:30 pm. Participate in asana and rejuvenating sound meditation created by Tibetan singing. Leading the session will be certified Sound Healing and Meditation guide, Brenda Castano.
Sound Bowl Meditation is a calming practice that helps you connect with a sense of profound peace. It is also known to help balance chakra energy, improve sleep quality, alleviate stress and anxiety and increase productivity. Singing bowls are frequently used during yoga practice to enhance the connection to asanas or meditation by synchronizing brainwaves to breath and movement flow to reduce physical and emotional tension.
Yoga mats will be provided. No prior experience is necessary for this gentle practice. Dress should be comfortable. Advance registration is strongly encouraged. Register online at westfieldynj.org or in person at the Welcome Center. A contribution of $25 will benefit the Y’s Annual Support Campaign which ensures that no one who is experiencing a bona fide financial hardship and lives or works in Westfield, Cranford, Garwood or Mountainside is turned away for inability to pay for Y programs or memberships. The majority of awards enable participation in the Y’s early learning; school age and summer day camp programs. For more information, contact Jean White, Health and Wellness Director, at 908-233-2700 x246
Our first education series, food for thought, will be on Quickbooks. If you are a business owner who manages your own financial records this workshop is for you. Wine & Cheese will be served. Click here to register and pay online or email [email protected] Member: $5.00 NonMember: $10.00.
Pedals for Progress rescues bicycles and sewing machines destined for overburdened U.S. landfills and ships them to developing countries where they are sorely needed and highly valued. P4P bikes are put to work not only as basic transportation, but are used as a supplement to school and community programs. The bikes are adapted for use as trash haulers, produce trucks, taxis, and farm machinery.
Twenty-Nine Year Bicycle Grand Total: 159,113.
Twenty Year Sewing Machine Grand Total: 5,179.
Next collection: Saturday 4/4/2020 12pm-3pm at Orange Avenue Pool (parking lot), 1025 Orange Avenue, Cranford, NJ 07016
See other 2020 collections sites and dates https://www.p4p.org/?page_id=5
Your bike/sewing machine will travel a very long distance to a new home, so we request that a $10 contribution accompany each machine to help with overseas shipping expenses. You will be supplied with a tax-deductible receipt for the value of the bike and/or sewing machine plus any monetary contribution at the time of donation.
Sponsored by Eddie Kelly Contact Eddie (908) 967-1956 [email protected]
Join runners and walkers of all ages for our 4th annual Cranford Cougar Dash 5K and fun run! Amenities include a fast, flat course, custom t-shirt for pre-registered participants, post race refreshments and awards for top male and female finishers!
Fun run will start at 8:30am sharp, with the 5K to follow at 9am! (day of registration and bib pick up at 7:45am)
All proceeds will benefit the Walnut Avenue School and Livingston Ave School PTAs. The funds will be allocated to support teachers with educational resources to enhance classroom experience. Registration details will be available in the coming week…. stay tuned!
WHO SUPPORTS THE CARETAKER? NOV.19 The National Alliance on Mental Illness invites all who care for a loved one with a mental health illness to join our peer-led group meetings and gain support and insight from others facing similar challenges. Time: Meetings are held on the 3rd Tuesday of every month from 7:30 – 9:00 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church of Cranford, 11 Springfield Avenue, Cranford. For more info: call 908-233-1628 or email: [email protected]
Every year The Mane Event holds its annual cut a thon for Cranford’s Family Care /Project Home during the Spring street fair in downtown Cranford. Wash, cut and conditioner is a $20.00 donation with 100% of the proceeds to benefit the charity.
Please come out to support this very worthy cause on Sunday, April 26th, 2020 at 12pm.
Appointments are available and walk ins are always welcomed.
The Mane Event
107 N. Union Ave
This is your opportunity to get the clear directions you need to get started in government contracting. No matter what you are selling, somebody in the federal or state government is probably interested in buying it! You’ll start small, but some of our most successful clients started out with contracts worth just a few hundred dollars!
Please join the Hanson Park Conservancy on Tuesday, April 28th at 7:00 PM for our Stained Glass Stepping Stone Workshop at the Cranford Community Center, 220 Walnut Ave. in Cranford. In this “make it & take it” workshop participants will be instructed on how to make their own beautiful stained glass and cement stepping stone for their garden. All materials will be provided, however, it is suggested that you wear “crafting” clothes. Sign-up early on our website, www.
STEM principles as they relate to solving Crime Scenes are examined. Students will learn how to identify and classify fingerprints, lift fingerprints, cast footprints. They will also learn about DNA, Trajectory and the math associated with solving bullet trajectory and blood splatter, and so much more. This class is taught by current or recently retired Police Detectives.
What is a Sleep Out?
Sleep Outs are events that help Covenant House raise awareness about the problem of youth homelessness while raising critical funds needed to continue caring for the more than 3,000 homeless kids that come to Covenant House New Jersey (CHNJ) each year in crisis.
By sleeping out with us, you are standing with us and our kids ensuring that we can continue to care for New Jersey’s homeless youth. Your fundraising efforts have a direct effect on the services that we provide.
Our work at CHNJ is funded primarily through private donations, enabling us to provide the best care possible. The more money we raise the more kids we can care for and the better the services we can provide to them.
We ask Sleep Out participants to raise critical funds that allow Covenant House New Jersey to offer safety, shelter, and support to homeless young people 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. By fundraising, Sleep Out participants become part of the solution for homeless teenagers.