Wireless Workshop- Windows Phone: Doing More, 314 State Route 18, East Brunswick, 5:30 p.m.
Attend this workshop and learn how to use your Windows(R) Phone 8 smartphone beyond the basic functions.
Philomusica Concert Choir Auditions, Unitarian Society of East Brunswick, 176 Tices Lane East Brunswick, 7:30 p.m.
Philomusica Concert Choir is pleased to announce auditions for its May 17 and 18 concerts “Shakespeare, Brahms, and All That Jazz, Part Two.” The Choir, based in East Brunswick, will be holding auditions on Jan. 27, Feb. 3 and 10. Rehearsals are every Monday and run from 7:30 to 10 p.m. Come to rehearsals, sing in, or just listen. If you like what you hear and would like to audition, please see Faith Knabe, President. The choir welcomes all auditioners, but they especially need tenors, basses and altos. The May program features “A Little Jazz Mass” by Bob Chilcott, “Neue Liebeslieder Waltzes” by Johannes Brahms, and a series of William Shakespeare’s poems set to music, combining the words with contemporary choral arrangements. For further information or to set up an audition, call 888-744-5668, or email email@example.com, visit is www.philomusica.org.
TuesdayTae Kwon Do, East Brunswick Public Library, 2 Jean Walling Civic Center, East Brunswick, 10 a.m.
Work with a master from "World Champion's Tae Kwon Do School" to learn some of the moves and philosophy of this martial art.
Preschool Fair, East Brunswick Public Library, 2 Jean Walling Civic Center, East Brunswick, 10 a.m.
If you are shopping for a preschool or daycare center for your child then look no further. Directors or teachers from each school will be available to explain educational philosophies, answer questions, and share information about tuition. Parents benefit from this one-stop shopping experience and leave with a short list of the schools they'd like to visit in-person.
OPERATALK: Candide With Joanna Barouch, East Brunswick Public Library, 2 Jean Walling Civic Center, East Brunswick, 7 p.m.
Based on Voltaire’s classic, the comic operetta Candide features a brilliant score by Leonard Bernstein. The operetta has been described as “Monty Python: circa 1759,” and is a delightfully satirical—and frequently bawdy—romp.