day : 02/11/2016 8 results

Cooking With Antonietta Picascia

The adult cooking classes, hosted by the Holmdel Recreation Office and taught under the direction of Antonietta Picascia, continue this month with the November menu “Thanksgiving – Italian Style.” Dishes will include corn fritters, cheesy cornbread with collard greens, Bucatini all’ Amatriciana (Italian pasta with a traditional Italian pasta sauce based on guanciale, pecorino cheese, and tomato), and orange, rosemary, and cranberry bread. Menu is subject to change. The class will be ...

Makerspace/Stem Making Big Impact On Deane-Porter Learners

September was an exciting start to the school year at Deane-Porter School, with new initiatives igniting students’ interests and creating new learning possibilities. The Makerspace has been abuzz with creativity. This unique learning space encourages tinkering and play, and cultivates open-ended exploration while stretching problem-solving abilities. When you walk into the space, it is inspiring to watch the students engage in active learning, uncovering their talents and interests by ...

Springtime In January With Help From The Garden Club RFD

Would you like to have spring flowers on your dining room table in January to help you avoid the winter blahs? You can, if you learn how to force spring flowering bulbs in your home. You can have colorful tulips or cheery daffodils while the snow is on the ground and the winter winds are blowing, but you must do it correctly to get the results you want. Flowering bulbs all need a cold period of dormancy. If you planted them in the ground last month, you were counting on the appropriate ...

Let’s Dish! Let’s Talk About Thanksgiving… Leftovers

By MaryAnn Miano You’re making a delicious, traditional meal for Thanksgiving.  You’ve got plenty of people coming for dinner, and you’ve looked through your old cookbooks, searched the internet, and visited blogs for the perfect way to cook a turkey. You’ve got ideas for appetizers, trimmings, stuffing, and pumpkin pie. Good for you! Anyone who has hosted a large Thanksgiving gathering knows it challenges your math skills, your timing of the oven just right, and a little bit of ...

Colts Neck Library Programs

All programs are free and open to the public. FOR ADULTS Poetry Work/Play Shop Saturday, November 5 at 2:00 p.m. Enjoy a creative afternoon and discover your private muse with moderators Flora Higgins and Evelyn Hampton. No experience necessary; we will provide prompts, atmosphere, encouragement, and tools. You can be humorous or serious, and compose in any form or genre of your choosing. If you prefer not to write a poem, just be a “listener” – listeners are half of the ...

Adorable Adoptables Monmouth County SPCA

  Hi, my name is Brownie and I am 3 year old Terrier mix who was surrendered to the shelter because my previous family moved and could't take me with them.  I am a bit shy when you first meet but, once I get to know you, I am a super friendly and lovable girl.  I am a very energetic girl who loves to run around and play with all of my toys.  I do especially enjoy a nice game of tug of war!!!I have made some great new friends here at the shelter and some of my volunteer friends take me ...

County Expands Shared Service Offerings

Towns can opt-in for latest GIS images Under the direction of Freeholder Director Thomas A. Arnone, Monmouth County continues to expand its municipal shared services offerings. “The County is excited to offer our 53 municipalities with access to aerial images of Monmouth County under a license agreement with our vendor, Pictometry International,” said Arnone. “This imagery was captured over the County during the winter and spring and includes images from different angles that could ...

Two River Announces Auditions for Its “A Little Shakespeare” Program

Two River Theater, under the leadership of Artistic Director John Dias and Managing Director Michael Hurst, announces an opportunity for student actors, stage managers, designers, and run crew in grades 9-12 to be involved in the theater’s upcoming performances of A Little Shakespeare: The Merry Wives of Windsor, running March 7-12, 2017 on the stage of Two River’s Rechnitz Theater.  A Little Shakespeare is part of Shakespeare in American Communities, a program of the National Endowm...