5 Things in South Brunswick this Weekend
Events in and around South Brunswick this weekend.
South Brunswick Jazz Cafe Series: The David Aaron Swing Sound, South Brunswick Senior Center, 540 Ridge Rd, Monmouth Junction, 8 p.m.
Clarinetist David Aaron -- whose sound, technique and style has been compared in many ways to Benny Goodman – will perform at the South Brunswick Jazz Café on Dec. 9. Aaron has performed at Jazz clubs, conventions, country clubs, dinner dances, fund raisers, nostalgia balls, school assemblies, grand opening celebrations, as well as corporate, political and private family functions. His library of arrangements include the most requested hits of Miller, Dorsey, Goodman, Shaw and other swing era big bands.
Grab the mic and come sing your favorite tunes every second and fourth Friday of the month. Event runs from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. and is open to the public.
The Dayton Presbyterian Church's Annual Cookie Walk will be held in Fellowship Hall on Saturday, December 10 from 9am till 12pm. All of our tasty cookies are homemade, prepared by members of the church who are ready to show off their best recipies. Don't miss out on this chance to stock up for the season. All are welcome.
American Legion Post 401 Holiday Party, 148 Major Rd, Monmouth Junction, 6:30 p.m.
American Legion Post 401 will host their annual Christmas Party at the Post Hall on Saturday, December 10, with dinner buffet served from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., and dancing until midnight with DJ Doc, and great door prizes. The event is open to the public, age 21 and older, with tickets $12.50 per person, which must have been purchased by Dec. 2. Only 80 tickets will be sold and none sold at the door. For information call 732-329-9861.
South Brunswick Arts Commission Sunday Poetry Reading, South Brunswick Public Library, 110 Kingston Ln, Monmouth Junction, 2 p.m.
Reading by Gail Gerwin, whose poetry has earned four Allen Ginsberg honorable mentions, and Sondra Gash, whose collection of poems, "Silk Elegy," tells the story of a young girl from an immigrant family disrupted by her mother’s mental illness.