Youth Wrestling Registration, Heavenly Farms Field Concession Stand, 6 p.m.
Open to kids is grades K-8 of all skill levels, beginners to state champions. Walk-in registration is Oct. 16, 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Churchill Jr. High School cafeteria. Mail-in registrations accepted also. Registration form can be printed from www.ebwrestling.com.
SaturdayYard Sale, Terry Lane, East Brunswick, 9 a.m.
Multi-family sale: furniture, clothing, household goods, electronics, toys, holiday items, jewelry and much more. Rain or shine.
Brunswick Mobility Professionals Fall Customer Appreciation Day, 1490 US Route 1 North, North Brunswick, 10:30 a.m.
This event is open to the public and will showcase the range of mobility options available from Brunswick Mobility including mobility vans, scooter lifts, wheelchair lifts, driving aids and other handicapped vehicle modifications.
Dance Day at The Dance Carousel in Spotswood, 75 Summerhill Road, Spotswood, noon.
Free half hour intro classes offered for ages 5-years-old and up foranyone interested in ballet, tap, hip hop, or Irish dance. They will be handing out t-shirts and will have face painting. Come stop by and enjoy a wonderful day celebrating dance.
Jam & Jive - The Music of George Gershwin & Fats Waller, East Brunswick Community Arts Center, 721 Cranbury Road, 6 p.m.
If you love the great American standards of George Gershwin and Fats Waller, come join us for an educational and entertaining presentation of their lives and their music, performed and proffered by East Brunswick’s Dr. Paul Kimmel.
Eat Breakfast for a Good Cause, Applebee's 324 Ryders Lane, Milltown, 8 a.m.
Enjoy a great breakfast - pancakes, sausage, scrambled eggs and a beverage, all for $10 or $6 for children under 10. This family friendly event runs from 8 to 10 a.m. will help raise money for the St. Vincent de Paul Society. This Society operating out of St. Bartholomew Church assists the local community. Local families who are having a tough time making ends meet are helped with food from the Society's food pantry. In some cases, there is assistance with rent, utilities or an outstanding bill. During the holidays, needy families receive food baskets and at Christmas there are gifts for those who otherwise would have none.
3rd Annual Multicultural Fair, Community Arts Center 721 Cranbury Road East Brunswick, noon.
The East Brunswick Human Relations Council (EBHRC) and East Brunswick Recreation, Parks and Community Services are co-sponsoring their 3rd Annual Multicultural Fair from noon to 4 p.m. This is a free public event that celebrates the richness and diversity of the East Brunswick community. The event will feature cultural entertainment, door prizes throughout the day, local non-profit and other vendor tables, face painting and crafts for children. Entertainment includes the well-known bluegrass band, the Brummy Brothers. A variety of tasty treats representing diverse cuisine will be available for sample or purchase and will complement the activities.