Weekend Round-Up

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Take the kids to see "The Magic of Chad Juros" (1/23 at 6pm) or "Horton Hears A Who" (1/24 at 2pm) at The Eagle Theater in Hammonton.  

Help kickoff Montclair Restaurant Week at Halycon Restaurant.  For $31 a person, enjoy appetizers, wine and microbrews, live jazz and a dessert bar courtesy of Love My Cake. Proceeds benefit Montclair Rotary and their Restaurant Week charities: The Salvation Army Food Program, Human Needs Food Pantry, and Toni’s Kitchen. | 1/24, 5-8pm

Shoppers in the Deptford Area, you can help donate to Haiti relief by visiting Guest Services at The Deptford Mall. Pay with cash, credit card or check and the money goes directly to The Red Cross.  

Catch a viewing of "Storm" at The Show Room in Asbury Park. Playing at 4pm and 6pm on Sunday, 24th. 

The Princeton Center for Yoga & Health is having a Yoga fundraiser for Haiti relief where 10% of the proceeds from the event will go to The Red Cross. Come and relax and give to a good cause. | 1/23, 3-4:30pm 

The world famous Harlem Gospel Choir will be performing at the South Orange PAC bringing messages of love and hope that has inspired past presidents, popes and local communities. | 1/23, 8pm

Put your running gear on and head to Lewis Morris Park for the NJ Winter Trail Series 5k and 10k MUT runs. Cash prizes awarded. | 1/24, 8am (Registration), 9am (Race starts)

Catch the final weekend of Disney on Ice: 100 Years of Magic at The IZOD Center in East Rutherford. Call Ticketmaster for tickets: 800-745-3000 | 1/23, 10:30, 3pm, 7:30pm; 1/24, 10:30am and 3pm

Still haven't found the best summer camp for your kids? Come to the 6th Annual ACA Summer Camp Fair running this month with 2 locations this weekend. Saturday, 23rd: The Excelsior in Manalapan and Sunday, 24th: Bridgewater Marriott | Noon-3pm

Have your kids ever been in a lighthouse? Bring them to the Absecon Lighthouse for a day of art. The series "Kids Light Up The Arts" is a program designed to introduce kids to the visual and performing arts with 2 hour classes on Sundays through March from 1pm-3pm.

The Camden-Gloucester Junior Chamber is running a coat drive through the end of January to give to local shelters in the Camden and Gloucester Counties. Call (609)432-4407 for drop-off locations. 


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