EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ – Spring is fast approaching and the East Brunswick Recreation Department is offering a whole slate of programs for residents.
Programs begin at the end of March. And there’s something for everyone.
Fly A Kite Day: On April 9, the Eastern Brunswick Arts Commission is hosting “Fly A Kite Day” at the Community Arts Center from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The first 100 children will receive free kites. There will be kite decorating, learning to fly a kite, food trucks, hot air balloon demonstrations and more
Marguerite breakfast: The 37th Annual Daisy Fundraiser will take place on April 10, from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Enjoy the best breakfast buffet in town while supporting the Daisy recreation program. Adults $15 and $5 for children under 10. Learn more about the program here.
Daisy’s 3rd Annual Tricky Tray: In its 50th year, Daisy Recreation provides recreation programs for children and adults with disabilities. On April 22 at 6 p.m. at Churchill Junior High School, have fun with friends at the 3rd Annual Daisy Tricky Tray. Donations are accepted until April 1. For more details, click here.
2nd Annual Eastern Brunswick Golf Outing: After a successful first year, the annual golf outing is back for another installment. The golf outing will take place on May 19 in partnership with the Eastern Brunswick Regional Chamber of Commerce. It will take place at Forsgate Country Club in Monroe Township. Proceeds from the event will benefit various community services such as the food bank, camp scholarships and more. For player fees and other details, click here.
Field of flags: To honor veterans, the township is offering residents the opportunity to purchase an American flag to be displayed at Veterans Park from Memorial Day through Independence Day. After Independence Day, residents can collect their flags or donate them to the township for use in additional ceremonies throughout the year. The price per flag is $50. All orders must be placed by May 20. For more information, click here.