E-Bulletin of July 26, 2005
Camps at Mercer
More than 3,000 children and teens
are taking part in MCCC's summer camps: Camp College, Sports Camps and
Tomato Patch. See some of the fun here.
and Food Festival at MCCC
The college's West Windsor campus will again be the site of the Jersey
Fresh Wine & Food Festival, Aug. 13 and 14 from noon to 5 p.m. The
festival will include children's activities, live jazz and cooking demonstrations.
New Jersey wineries, restaurants and farmers will team up to celebrate
the bounty of summer in one of the largest wine and food festivals the
state has ever seen. Visitors will sample award-winning wines from the
state’s most celebrated vineyards while feasting on summertime
dishes prepared with locally grown vegetables, fruits, seafood, chicken,
meats, etc., dished up by some of the most exciting chefs in New Jersey.
Visitors will also be able to purchase local produce and seafood.
For more information
visit their website here.
Sharon Vlasac says this is the last call for anyone interested in Great
Adventure tickets, which include admission to the animal safari as well
as the park. The cost is $25.00. Hurricane Harbor tickets are already
sold out. Tickets sales end July 29. Call ext. 3267.
Event Starts at MCCC
Cyclists from all over the eastern United States are expected at MCCC
on Saturday, Aug. 6, for the 25th annual Princeton Bicycling Event,
which offers rides of various lengths through the countryside. Sponsored
for a quarter century by the Princeton Free Wheelers and supported by
area businesses, the rides begin and end at MCCC. More
Shows Coming Soon
"Nosing Around Circus Style” is
an all-new show from Maurer Productions OnStage that includes a bag
of “circus-style” tricks guaranteed to provide loads of
interactive fun. Friday, July 29 at 9:45 a.m. and 11:15 a.m. and Saturday,
July 30 at 2 p.m. and 4 p.m.
The last show in
the series is “Oz,” presented
by Youth Stages. Kids will follow the yellow brick road along with Dorothy
and Toto in this original interactive version of the classic story on
Friday, August 12 at 9:45 a.m. and 11:15 a.m., and Saturday, August
13 at 2 p.m. and 4 p.m.
Tickets for individual
performances are $7 and may be purchased online by calling the Kelsey
Box Office at 609-584-9444.
Cookin at Kelsey Theatre
Audiences are in for some delicious surprises as the curtain goes up
on the 2005-2006 season at Kelsey Theatre on September 16. This year’s
theme, "Something’s Cookin’ at Kelsey Theatre,"
lives up to its promise as Mercer County’s family theater delivers
a delectable smorgasbord of performances – dramas, musicals including
the area premiere of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s CATS, comedies, and
Kelsey’s signature kids series. Get the entire story here.
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