5 Things in South Brunswick this Weekend
South Brunswick kids selling sea shells for the Jersey shore, cookie walk and Christmas musicals highlight weekend events in and around South Brunswick.
Come out and you will find platters and platters of a variety of wonderful holiday cookies and candies. After receiving your gloves and a box, you are free to walk around all the tables of cookies, choosing as many as you would like to fill your box. Cookies are sold by the pound. Questions call the church office 732-329-2463.
Free SAT/ACT practice test at South Brunswick High School hosted by Kaplan Test Prep. Students will get to take a test that shows both SAT and ACT scores with a comprehensive school score report, all for free.
Help South Brunswick kids raise money for Sandy victims. Brunswick Acres Elementary School will have a table at the 5th Annual Craft/Vendor Show at East Brunswick High School. A variety of shells made by the studets will be available for purchase (cost ranges btw. $3-$5/item). All of the proceeds will be donated to Hurricane Sandy Relief Efforts. There will also be food, music, entertainment, face painting and photos with Santa for $5/photo. You can enter to win the door prize and help support the victims of Hurricane Sandy.
DanceVision is thrilled to announce the return of its original ballet, The Snow Queen, choreographed by Artistic Director Risa Kaplowitz and starring several South Brunswick kids. This fresh holiday ballet premiered to sold-out audiences last year at Kendall Theater, The College of New Jersey. Presented by the DanceVision Performance Company, The Snow Queen tells the tale of a young girl’s courageous journey to rescue her beloved from the beautiful, yet evil Snow Queen. Based on the classic Hans Christian Andersen story, the ballet is performed to an original score and features unique projection artwork as its backdrop. The magical cast of characters- including robbers, a sorceress, doves, a raven, ice maidens, snow bees, a prince and princess, and even a devil- carries the audience on a journey from a lively Scandinavian village square to the Snow Queen’s frigid ice castle. Adults and children alike will revel in this fresh holiday tradition.
Come out at 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. for the children's musical, The Best Christmas Present Ever! and the adult musical, A Cricket County City Christmas. Tickets ($4) will be sold at the door. The show will be professionally videotaped; DVD's will cost $20.