Our Salta Schoolhouse 2 year olds enjoy the full compliment of Salta activities including art, readiness, music, dance, dramatic play and more.
December 2013 Archives
The Raritan Ringers, a choir of advanced handbell ringers from
communities in north central New Jersey, will present a concert of sacred and
secular holiday music at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday,
Dec. 18, at the Old Franklin Schoolhouse, 491 Middlesex Ave. in Metuchen.
The select group of 13 adult handbell ringers is led by F. Paul Dickey, director of music and organist at the United Reformed Church in Somerville. Flutist Hannah Morris, a senior at Somerville High School, will be featured in several arrangements.
Admission is free with a canned good donation for a local food bank.
For more information, call (862) 368-2202 or (732) 261-4807.
Metuchen Recreation Commission
requests the pleasure of your company at our
Mother-Son Bowling Event
on Sunday, January 12, 2014 at the Majestic Lanes Bowling Center 525 Route 9 North in Hopelawn, NJ ( 5 miles from Metuchen)
Metuchen Moms are invited along with their sons, kindergarten through eighth grade to an afternoon of bowling! The event will consist of two hours of bowling, (retractable bumpers available) shoes, ball and lunch. 4-6 people per lane. Please arrive by 1:45pm.
DEADLINE to register is January 7, 2014 RSVP: $40.00 per couple, $19.00 each additional son
Mother-Son Bowling Jan 12, 2014 Escort's Name ____________________________________________________
Son's Name (s) _____________________________________________________ Address____________________________________________________________ Age/Grade _________ Phone Number _____________ email _____________________ Request to share lane with ______________________ Maximum 6 people per lane Every effort will be made to accommodate all requests.
Checks should be made payable to: Borough of Metuchen and mailed to: Metuchen Recreation, 500 Main Street, Metuchen, NJ 08840.
For further information call Metuchen Recreation at 632-8502 or email, firstname.lastname@example.org. Preorder lunch forms will be sent upon receipt of registration.
"My Jewish Journey".......Come join us for a very special Jewish learning experience for you and your preschool aged child (ages 3 - 5). Our next session is on Sunday, December 15th at 11:00 am. Each month there is a one hour program on a Sunday morning designed specifically for young Jewish families to learn, interact, and create together!
We will explore Jewish holidays and values through art, music, cooking, storytelling, games, and activities designed specifically for you and your preschool aged child.
We began our journey back in October, but please feel free to join us for the remaining six sessions on December 15th, January 12th, February 9th, March 2nd, April 6th, and May 4th.
The original cost was subsidized so that each family paid only $36 for the entire eight sessions. Join now and your cost will be only $27 for the remaining six sessions! Registration is limited to 10 children and their families so please sign up early to guarantee your child's spot in this wonderful program.
Please contact Martha Mack, Nursery School Director at (732) 548-2238 ext 17 or email@example.com if you have any additional questions or to sign up your family today!
Pictured: (Left to Right)
Mr. Ken Graf, Kassia Antin, Evan Derector, Jack Bradley, and Principal Kathy Glutz
On the evening of Tuesday, November 26th Temple Emanu-El of Edison had the honor of hosting the annual Metuchen Edison Area Interfaith Clergy Association (MEAICA) Thanksgiving Service. With over 150 people in attendance, we meaningfully offered thanks in the shared language of multiple faiths. Interfaith relationships are fundamental to vibrant communities, and we here at Temple Emanu-El are grateful to all those who joined us and raised their voices in fellowship. In this season of light and miracles, it is a blessing for us to be able to gather as one. May the Metuchen-Edison area continue to grow in community, and may our interfaithwork serve as a beacon of light through this holiday season.
In blessing, Rabbi David Z. Vaisberg Cantor Aviva Marer The entire Temple Emanu-El family
Service participants: Rev. Dr. Annari Griesel, JFK Health System, President Rev. Mark McCreary, Second Baptist Church, Vice-President Karen Boateng, New Hope Baptist Church Rev. Barbara Crafton, St. Luke's Episcopal Church Rev. Jill Kitsko, Oak Tree Presbyterian Church Cantor Aviva Marer, Temple Emanu-El Rev. Dr. Ronald Owens, New Hope Baptist Church Rev. Peter Sanfilippo, Reformed Church of Metuchen Pastor Amoon Sharon, First Baptist Church of Metuchen Rev. Anna Thomas, Centenary United Methodist Church Rabbi David Z. Vaisberg, Temple Emanu-El
Salta! Jump into Spanish offers a variety of unique NJ Spanish preschool programs, as well as Spanish classes for kids of all ages. From full day classes to weekend and after-school programs, we have a variety of program types to fit your busy schedule. Your child will leave our Spanish preschool classes with more knowledge and confidence. Plus, learn the benefits of Spanish for kids.
The Salta Schoolhouse Spanish Immersion programs nurture the social adjustment and school skills of the young child.
The Kinder Class Spanish Immersion program provides our children with many opportunities to receive individualized attention with our native Spanish speaking professional teachers.
Conversational Spanish programs that help children 3-12 develop their vocabulary.
It's not over! Salta also offers cultural classes on Saturdays to instill in your children a love of the Spanish culture.
On Tuesday, December 3, 2013 at 7 p.m., the Metuchen Municipal Alliance will host another evening in its Town Talks series at the Metuchen High School, 400 Grove Avenue. A panel of professionals (advocacy leaders, counselors, police officers) who work with substance abuse issues will provide an opportunity for parents and youths to learn important information and to speak openly about their concerns in a supportive environment. The evening will focus on youth issues and ways for teens to keep safe in substance abuse environments, including an understanding of the 911 Good Samaritan Law (its implications concerning underage drinking and illegal drug use here in New Jersey, as well as away at college) and an introduction to the Alliance's Safe Homes project. For more information about the event, contact Rev. Mark McCreary or Michael Scheller at , firstname.lastname@example.org or . Doors open at 6 p.m. for networking; the program begins promptly at 7 p.m.