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Owl Prowl, Yoga Retreat Highlight South Brunswick Weekend

Events in and around town this weekend.

Saturday

Half-day Yoga and Meditation Retreat, 57 Sand Hills Rd., Kendall Park, 3 p.m.

Come relax your body and mind, and open your heart to a stronger sense of purpose. Gentle movement, sound healing and guided visualizations help you relax, focus and awaken new insights and intentions. This retreat will include gentle yoga, breath work, meditation, sound healing with the frame drum, and guided visualization. This workshop is led by Brian Critchley, owner of Om Central Jersey Massage and Yoga, Cynthia Yoder, author and meditation instructor. Workshop cost is $80.

New Jersey Owl Prowl at the Plainsboro Preserve, 80 Scotts Corner Road Cranbury, 6 p.m.

Which owls live here year round and which ones migrate to New Jersey? Which owl has been known to snack on fish and earthworms? Come for a presentation learning cool owl facts followed by a hike looking for these creatures of the night at the Preserve. Cost is $5 for Non-members and $3 for members. Pre-register by calling 609-897-9400.

Sunday

Live Vocal Concert Performance, South Brunswick Public Library, 110 Kingston Lane, Monmouth Junction, 2 p.m.

A graduate of South Brunswick High School, Jennifer Sengin is the choir director at East Brunswick High School and the music director for the school musical, as well as piano teacher and vocal studies teacher.  Under her direction, the EBHS Choir performed with celebrity Kenny Rogers at the NJ State Theater in New Brunswick.  Among her many achievements, Sengin has conducted choirs all over the world and is currently on the summer faculty for the Ithaca College Summer Music Academy.

Poetry at the Library, South Brunswick Public Library, 110 Kingston Lane, Monmouth Junction, 2 p.m.

The readings are given by some of New Jersey's best known poets and there is an open reading by audience members following the scheduled poets.  The program is offered for free, but a donation of canned goods for the local food pantry is encouraged. Sunday's program features Wendy Rosenberg and Charles Bonhus.

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