Debbie Wilkerson

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    NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—One hundred years ago, an outbreak of the flu virus became one of humankind's deadliest disasters, according to a presentation at the New Brunswick Free Public Library’s Henry Guest House.

    Brian Armstrong, the President of the South River Historical Society, gave the talk on Thursday, February 22.

    He has written and spoken extensively about New Jersey during World War I, which lasted from 1914 until 1918.

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    NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—Over the past 25 years, Kathy Easton has been holding lectures and field trips to teach children and adults alike how important plants and animals are to us, and how they benefit our environment in so many ways.

    Originally from Trenton, Easton lives in Cranbury and is the Founder and Director of About Birds, LLC, where she gives presentations about birds, their natural history, native plants, gardening for wildlife and more.

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    EDISON, NJ—From August 3 through August 12, the Steven J. Capestro Amphitheater is presenting live performances of the classic Walt Disney musical "Mary Poppins."

    The first night had to be cancelled due to thunderstorms, but opening night finally came on Thursday, August 3.

    This 1964 Disney musical, based on the writings of PL Travers tells the story of Mary Poppins, the “Practically perfect in every way” nanny, who manages to bring the troubled Banx family together in ways no one could have imagined.

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    NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—Summer time means movie time in New Brunswick as the the State Theater presents free movie screenings at 15 Livingston Avenue.

    There are still three films left to be screened in the series of six this summer.  Each film is shown twice, once in the morning and once in the evening to accomodate families.

    Coming up on Tuesday, July 25, the historic theatre will be showing Zootopia, a comedy/adventure animation.