Need something to do that isn’t yard work?
Here are five things to do to make this weekend memorable.
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
: The Haunted Asylum at the is running every Friday and Saturday from 7 to 11 p.m. until Oct. 29. The Haunted Asylum is not for the weak of heart, with chainsaws, coffins, dummies that look like corpses, guts and the usual helping of disturbing mayhem planned. In anticipation of the fright factor, the 4-H has a variety of activities for kids also planned, including mini golf, crafts, games and more. Tickets for the Haunted Asylum are $3. The Middlesex County Fair Grounds is located at 645 Cranbury Road, at the intersection with Fern Road.
Haunted River Walk: The Annual Haunted River Walk in Milltown begins tonight (Friday) and will run Saturday, Oct. 22, Friday, Oct. 28 and Saturday, Oct. 29 from 7 to 9:30 p.m. each night. Stop by the Mill Pond Path at the intersection of Washington Avenue and Main Street in Milltown, (In the parking lot of the Milltown rescue Squad and near the white gazebo.)
This event is scary and not recommended for children under 10 unless accompanied by an adult. Tickets are $8 for adults, $6 for students and $4 for seniors. Cash only. Proceeds will go to the Kilmer eighth-grade class of 2012 for its school activities. For more information call 732-277-1164.
Concert to Benefit Crisis Room: Hear some great music while helping the Aldersgate Crisis Room.
A benefit concert at , 568 Ryders Lane, will be held tomorrow, (Saturday) at 7:30 p.m. And don’t worry if you can’t cover the cost of admission, all they’re asking for is one non-perishable food item, which will be given to the crisis room.
The theme of the evening will be “Old American Songs” as performed by local professional musicians. These include organist Shea Velosso, Director of Music at The United Methodist Church in Milltown; Loren Fortna, Professor of Guitar at Montclair State University; Wilbur Watkin Lewis, basso and author of “Researching the Song (2006);” and Richard Biernacki BSG, piano, Director of Music Aldersgate United Methodist Church.
This is a great opportunity to explore some local talent and help out a great cause.
Yard Sale: The from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sunday. Come by 444 Ryders lane at the corner of Innes Road and donated sell-able items or pick up some bargains of your own.
: If you have something that you don’t want to sell, then head to the , 380 Dunhams Corner Road fir It's a flea market and a garage sale, where you can give away and take items. FREE!
Bring your unwanted items to be reused by someone who needs them, instead of sending them to the landfill. You can bring or take items such as - furniture, clothing, bicycles, fish tanks, kitchen items—dishes, pots and pans, silverware, small appliances; garage items—tools, pipes, screws and nails, power tools; electronics—DVD players, VCR, cables and wires, printers, and any other items made of, or containing metal. Usable items will be freecycled and free for the taking, unusable and broken items will be recycled along with anything left at the end of the day by our vendor. Do not bring toys, televisions, paints, pesticides, or any hazardous material. The event is sponsored by the East Brunswick Environmental Commission & The Friends; East Brunswick Recycling Center; East Brunswick Division of Recreation, Parks and Community Services; and R. Mor Enterprises Inc.