Absentee ballots for the May 1 municipal election are available.

The address of anyone in the military or college is sought by the town clerk or registrars of voters’ offices. Registrars or the town clerk can send a ballot to military personnel and their families.

An application form (ED-3) for a ballot is available in the town clerk’s office or at www.bethany-ct.com.

Applications can be mailed to the town clerk, with an original signature, not a copy.

Applications should be filed in time for a ballot to be sent to the applicant and returned to the town clerk before 4:30 p.m. Election Day.

Call the office at 203-393-2100, exts. 104, 105 or 106 for details on absentee ballots.

Clark Memorial Library, Amity Road, will have “Long Wharf Night,” at 6:30-8 p.m. April 12.

A representative of Long Wharf Theatre will speak on “The Most Beautiful Room in New York,” which will premiere May 3-28 at Long Wharf.

The play is based on a book by The New Yorker writer Adam Gopnik.

The cost is $10, with French-style appetizers and dessert. The proceeds support Library Friends activities. RSVP: 203-393-2103 by April 7.

The Lions Club is accepting applications for its annual scholarship for town residents who are high school students and will be attending college.

Applications are due May 1. They are available at Town Hall, Amity Regional High School Guidance Department, Clark Memorial Library and www.bethanyctlions.com.

The club will be awarding four $2,000 and one $3,000 scholarships.

Public school kindergarten registration for the fall is open to children who will be 5 by Dec. 31.

Registration packets are also available at the Bethany Community School main office, 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Friday or at www.bethany-ed.org. Call 203-393-3350 for information.

The annual Democratic Town Committee spaghetti supper and Citizen of the Year Award presentation will be held Saturday, April 29 at 6 p.m.

Tickets are available from any member of the Democratic Town Committee or by calling Carol Goldberg at 203-393-0350.

Tickets are $15 for adults, $10 for seniors, $6 for children under 12 and $25 for patrons.

The menu includes wine and cheese, all-you-can-eat pasta, meatballs, sausage, salad, garlic bread, dessert, coffee and tea.

Volunteers are needed for Bethany’s annual Rid Litter Day on Saturday, April 22.

People will pick up their streets, then will have a pizza social at noon at the First Church of Christ.

To sign up or to get further details, contact Ruth MacDonald at 203-695-1067 or ruthkmacdonald@comcast.net.

Visit www.facebook.Com/The-Heart-of Bethany

Rain date is Sunday, April 23.

Applications for new gardeners are being accepted for the Bethany Organic Community Garden’s third and final phase, which is complete.

Raised beds are rented on a first-come, first-served basis. Applications are available by contacting Anne McDonnell at 203-393-3164 or mcdonnellind,comcast.net.

The cost to rent a 4-by-8 foot raised bed at the garden, 90 Pole Hill Road, for the growing season is $25. The cost for seniors 60 and older is $15. Mobility-impaired residents are accommodated.

Bethany Nursery Group, 511 Amity Road, is registering pupils.

The preschool program is for children ages 3-5 years and has operated in town more than 50 years.

The staff goal is to provide a program rich with literature and learning opportunities while still leaving ample time to play, create and explore. It aims to help children with academic, social, fine- and gross-motor skills, with an appropriate balance of structured and self-initiated activities that allow students to develop self esteem and independence.

The program aims to meet the specific developmental needs of each students, and follow the guidelines set up by NAEYC and the Board of Education.

Two-, three-, four- and five-day programs with varied hours are available. For families to visit the school, call 203-393-3032 or email bethanynurserygroup@gmail.com.

The Bethany Volunteer Fire Department and Auxiliary will hold the 10th annual Car, Truck and Bike Show at noon-4 p.m. June 10.

The benefit will be in the firehouse back parking lot at 765 Amity Road, Route 63.

Show vehicles can enter at 11 a.m. ($10 entry fee). Antique cars, trucks, muscle cars, motorcycles, big trucks will be shown. Judging will be done by people’s choice; trophies and 50/50 raffle announced at 3:30 p.m.

The menu includes sausage and peppers, cheeseburgers, hamburgers, hot dogs and ice cream.

Cost: $10 to park per car; bring chairs and blankets. Info: 203-410-2602, 203-954-859, www.bethanyfirect.com.

Milford Speaks Out will sponsor a presentation on HB 6212 “An Act Concerning Earned Family and Medical Leave, at 3:30 p.m. April 9 at the Fowler Memorial Building back entrance, 45 New Haven Ave.

Women Reinventing Retirement will meet at 7 p.m. April 10 at the Golden Hill Health Care Center, 2028 Bridgeport Ave.

Travel consultant Nina Lesigina will speak on the art of “daycation.” Puzzles, paperbacks, toiletries and candy, will be collected for veterans; food donations will benefit the Milford Senior Center.

Go to wrrofmilford@google.com.

The Milford Garden Club meets at 1 p.m. April 11 for a program on “Pollinators in the Garden” presented by Kim Stoner at the DAR Chapter House, 55 Prospect St.

There is a $5 guest fee. Call 203-874-7470 for more information, or go to http://milfordctgardenclub.org/.

Chapter 49, Royal Arch Masons, annual meeting is Tuesday, April 11, at 7 p.m. in the Masonic Lodge Hall, 59 Broad St., under the direction of the High Priest James Whitaker. Dinner will be served in the banquet hall at 6 p.m. for those members who reserve with the secretary.

For information, call the secretary at 203-877-4977.

The Recreation Department sponsors a beginner and intermediate walking group that walks three miles Tuesdays and Fridays.

For walkers who choose not to participate in out-of-town trips, an alternate walk will start at the Gazebo on the Green. For details, contact Bob Hayes at 203-783-3283 or rhayes,ci.milford.ct.us, or Linda Mossorofo at 203-783-3391, lmossorofo,ci.milford.ct.us.

The Milford Senior Center, 9 Jepson Drive, 203-877-5131. Call Program Director Amanda Berry at 203-877-5131.

• Nursing students from Southern Connecticut State University will hold a mini-health fair, April 12, 9 a.m.-noon, with tips and strategies to maintain a healthy and youthful life. There will be blood pressure screenings; safety, foods to maintain energy, and memory games.

• Program on planning your estate, April 12, 1 p.m., presented by lawyer Marilyn S. Inge.

Kindergarten registration opened March 15 for children who are 5 by Dec. 31 to enter the public schools in the fall.

The process requires the completion of a packet and reserving an appointment at the school, both at www.milforded.org.

At the school appointment of about 20 minutes, parents will meet with staff while the children visit with teachers, school nurses and other professionals.

The following documents are needed: a certified copy of the child’s birth certificate; for homeowners: mortgage or deed or tax bill; for renters: lease or rental agreement signed by the landlord; two recent utility bills in the same name to the same address; a copy of the student’s latest physical exam and immunization record.

Families who do not have access to a computer may use the computers at the Milford Public Library. For more information, call the child’s school.

The Milford Regional Chamber of Commerce has a Community Event Calendar at www.MilfordCT.com.

Anyone may add to this collaborative calendar of activities and events under the “News & Events” tab.

Milford Low Vision support group meets, 10:30 a.m. April 10 at the Milford Senior Center, 9 Jepson Drive. Call Eileen Torow at 203-878-8904.

The St. Mary Bereavement Support Group begins a 10-Thursday program 1-3 p.m. April 20 at St. Mary’s Church hall, 70 Gulf St.

The group is open to anyone coping with the loss of a loved one, whether recent or years ago. To register, call Ellen at 203-283-1934 or Margaret at 203-874-2376.

A buffet dinner, catered by Lasse’s Restaurant, will be held Friday, April 21, at 7 p.m., at the First United Church of Christ, Congregational, 34 W. Main St.

Proceeds will benefit the Food 2 Kids program, led by the church, to feed needy local school children on weekends. The Usual Suspects, a quartet from the a capella Coastal Chordsmen, will entertain.

Event sponsor is the Plymouth Men’s Club. Tickets are $25. To reserve, call Harry Byrne at 203-874-1870, or Bill Roots at 203-874-0066.

United Presbyterian Church’s seventh annual Spring Folk Concert, featuring the Milford Folk Music Society, will be at 7 p.m. Saturday, April 22, 109 Seaside Ave.

Tickets are $10, with proceeds to benefit community needs.

A trip to Mohegan Sun will be at 9 a.m. April 23, sponsored by Congregation Sinai, 1000 New Haven Ave.

Leave the casino at 4:30 p.m. The casino is giving food and money vouchers. Cost $35pp by April 18. Raffle and snack bags will be provided.

RSVP: Monday-Thursday mornings at 203-301-0558.

Colony Grill of Milford presents the third annual Peace, Love and Music From Maren festival 10 a.m.-5 p.m. April 29 at Jonathan Law High School field.

This citywide event celebrates the life of Maren Sanchez, a Jonathan Law High School student who was fatally stabbed in 2014.

The festival is a partnership with the Ana Grace Project and the Jesse Lewis Choose Love Movement, named for children killed at Sandy Hook Elementary School in 2012.

The festival will include live music, art, food trucks, 20 inflatables, and more — all the things Maren loved.

Activities start at 8:30 a.m. with comments from local dignitaries; 9 a.m. Colony Grill/PLM All You Need Is Love 5K; music headliners are the Rumrunners, all-day kickball tournament, raffles, food trucks, and activities for kids of all ages.

The field will have representatives from Milford schools, organizations, businesses and craft vendors.

The PLM Committee is looking for business and corporate sponsors to sponsor theme raffle baskets, food truck and craft vendors, and volunteers to help during the event. Go to www.facebook.com/plmfrommaren.

For details, go to peaceloveandmusicfrommaren@gmail.com, www.marensanchezhomefoundation.org.

The Parish Health and Wellness Team of Mary Taylor United Methodist Church, 168 Broad St., will have a luncheon and discussion on advance care planning at 11:30 a.m. April 30.

This 60-minute talk will focus on values. What matters most to you? Not what’s the matter with you? It is an opportunity to learn why it is important to discuss your values and wishes about your life and your death.

The program is free and child care will be provided.

RSVP by April 24 to the church office at 203-8741982.

At the Ellen Aftamonow Woodmont Library, 16 Dixon St.:

• Preschool story time is at 10 a.m. Mondays.

• The Morning Book Discussion Group meets at 10:30 a.m. the first Thursday monthly.

• Knitting: Fridays, 2-4 p.m. Bring a project.

• Mah jong: Monday afternoon, Tuesday morning, afternoon and Thursday evening.

For further information, call 203-874-5675.

Families Anonymous is a free, self-help, 12 Step support group for adults concerned about the drug, alcohol or related behavioral problems of a relative or friend.

The group meets Tuesdays, 7:30-9 p.m. at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church Hall, 283 Bridgeport Ave.

Contact Judy D. at 203-283-3867 or JMdel61@gmail.com or Geralynn at 847-302-9729 or MilfordFA@gmail.com.

The movie “Sing” will be screened at a family hot dog and movie night, 6-9 p.m. April 21 at United Church of Christ in Devon, 30 Ormond St.

Enter through the door at the left corner of the building on Pequot Street.

Dinner is $6, $3 for ages 3-5, for a hot dog, chips, dessert, beverage and unlimited fresh-popped popcorn.

Contact: Nancy Zellner rcnjzel@gmail.com, 203-877-3488, http://uccdevonct.com.

Disabled American Veterans Chapter 15 meets at noon on the first Thursday of each month at the Fowler Memorial Building, 45 New Haven Ave., next to Milford Library.

Parking is at the rear of the building. For details, call 203-915-9911.

The Father Berean Assembly, K of C, 240 Naugatuck Ave., will hold a dinner dance, with a DJ, at 6:30 p.m. April 29.

The cost is $25. The buffet includes london broil, chicken francese, eggplant rollatini, cavatelli with broccoli, oil and garlic sauce, cake, coffee and tea.

Send check to K of C Father Berean Assembly, Joseph Lucisano, 93 Berkeley Terrace, Milford 06460. Contact 203-878-8343 or lucejk@aol.com.

The seventh annual “Run for the Roses” Kentucky Derby Live, 4-7 p.m. May 6.

Watch the sport on a 20-inch screen at the Milford Center for the Arts, 40 Railroad Ave. S.

Silent auction and festivities begin at 4 p.m. Live broadcast is at 6 p.m.

At 4-6 p.m., there will be food, cash bar with mint juleps, wine and designer beers, with a silent auction items including wines, small-batch bourbons, cocktail cruise, lottery tree and jewelry.

Entertainment will be by Emmy Award-winning composer and pianist Rex Cadwallader. Radio personality Brian Smith will be host of the evening, and Milford’s own Santa Claus Rick George will provide a photo-op with his restored 1931 Ford Model A Coupe.

Prizes awarded for best hat/dressed woman, man and couple.

Tickets are $45, $50 at the door. Visit www.milfordarts.org or call 203-878-6647.

Free meetings of the Milford Hospital Breast Cancer Support Group are held the first Wednesday of every month, 6-7:30 p.m. in Auditorium A at Milford Hospital, 300 Seaside Ave.

For information about meetings, call the hospital Education Department at 203-876-4000.

ORANGE

The sixth annual Pancakes for Parkinson’s benefit supper will be held at Chips Family Restaurant, 321 Boston Post Road, with reserved seatings 4:30-7 p.m. April 11.

Raffle tickets will be sold for gourmet baskets and wine, and all proceeds will benefit the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research.

Chips is donating all the food, which includes two pancakes, two eggs, bacon or sausage and coffee or tea.

Tickets, for $12, may be ordered or purchased at the door. Checks should be made out to the Michael J. Fox Foundation, and sent to Team Fox/Jody Culmone, 65 Peck Hill Road, Woodbridge 06525.

For more information, contact Culmone at 203-387-4182 or jvculmone@optonline.net.

Congregational church

Orange Congregational Church, 205 Meeting House Lane at Orange Center Road will hold the following services:

Palm Sunday, April 9: 8 a.m. worship in chapel, 9:45 a.m. palm processional. Meet in the back parking lot to get a palm. 10 a.m. worship. 11:30 a.m. prayer walk. noon Easter egg hunt on Green.

Maundy Thursday, April 13: service of Tenebrae at 7 p.m.

Good Friday April 14: 7 p.m. worship.

Easter Sunday, April 16: 6 a.m. sunrise service at Hannah’s Hill, breakfast follows at Chip’s Restaurant. 9, 11 a.m. worship in sanctuary, with music from Junior Choir, Bell Choir and Senior Choirs

Church services

The Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd, 680 Racebrook Road, has the following planned for Easter:

• The church will explore the mystery of Easter and Jesus’ resurrection for families, with snack, games and stories, 10 a.m.-noon April 8. Suggested donation is $10 per child, $25 per family. RSVP: www.thegoodshepherdorangect.org, 203-795- 6577. Walk-ins are welcome. Contact Jennifer D’Inzeo at jenndinzeo@gmail.com.

• April 9, Palm Sunday: Holy Eucharist, without music 8 a.m.; re-enactment of the Passion, music, 10 a.m.

• Maundy Thursday April 13: Holy Eucharist and foot washing, 6 p.m.

• Good Friday, April 14: the Youth Group will lead the Stations of the Cross at 3 p.m., with “Walk the Way of the Cross” through the neighborhood.

• Easter Sunday, April 16: Holy Eucharist without music, 8 a.m. Holy Eucharist with choir, musicians, 10 a.m., followed by Easter egg hunt.

Contact 203-795-6577, thegoodspheherd@optonline.net, www.thegoodshepherdorangect.org, www.facebook.com/cgsorangect.

The Orange Land Trust will be leading a free, guided walk and eagle watch at the Housatonic Overlook area on Saturday, April 8. People should meet at 9:30 a.m. at the end of High Ridge Road, off Derby-Milford Road.

The walk should take about two hours. This event will include a viewing of the Housatonic River from atop Tucker’s Ridge, which is about 200 feet above the river, and a walk through the easy to moderately difficult trails in this area.

Those who choose may stay at the overlook for an eagle watch. Bring binoculars.

The hike will go through rocky, wooded landscape. The Orange CERT Emergency Communications Team will serve as trail assistants.

Wear appropriate footwear as there are some rocky areas and some “ups and downs” in the trail. Park along the end of road.

For information, call Chris at 203-397-7599.

The Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd, 680 Racebrook Road, offers the following:

• The church will explore the mystery of Easter and Jesus’ resurrection for families, with snack, games and stories, 10 a.m.-noon April 8. Suggested donation is $10 per child, $25 per family. RSVP: www.thegoodshepherdorangect.org, 203-795-6577. Walk-ins are welcome. Contact Jennifer D’Inzeo at jenndinzeo@gmail.com.

For Holy Week the following is planned:

April 9, Palm Sunday, 8 a.m. Holy Eucharist, without music; Re-enactment of the Passion along with music is at 10 a.m.

• Maundy Thursday Holy Eucharist and foot washing will be at 6 p.m. April 13.

• Good Friday, April 14, the Youth Group will lead the Stations of the Cross starting at 3 p.m., including a “Walk the Way of the Cross” through the neighborhood.

• Easter Sunday, April 16 has two services: Holy Eucharist without music at 8 a.m.; at 10 a.m. Holy Eucharist with the choir accompanied by musicians, followed by an Easter egg hunt.

Contact 203-795-6577, thegoodshepherd@optonline.net, www.thegoodshepherdorangect.org, www.facebook.com/cgsorangect.

Applications to the Orange Scholarship Fund Association for 2017-18 are available. Students are eligible for consideration if they live in Orange, are a graduating senior at one of the local high schools (public or private), and will be continuing their education at an academic or technical institution.

Awards are made on the basis of need, scholarship, and service to the community.

Applications must be entirely filled out, with all references and required information supplied, and submitted by April 15.

Late or incomplete applications are not considered.

Visit www.orangescholarshipfund.com, to download application forms and find out where to submit them.

The Housatonic River Job Network meets at Case Memorial Library, 176 Tyler City Road.

It is open to those underemployed or in transition between professional opportunities to meet, share leads, hear guest speakers and get information for their job search.

The group meets 7-9 p.m. the second Thursday of the month. The next meetings will be April 27 and May 11.

Email alexy56,hotmail.com for further information.

Case Library, 176 Tyler City Road, offers events for free, except as noted. Call 203-891-2170, http://www.casememoriallibrary.org.

Art in the Library April exhibit is art by the children of Orange elementary schools, on view April 2-28.

Congregation Or Shalom, 205 Old Grassy Hill Road, 203-799-2341, www.orshalomct.org, offers the following:

Services: Minyan services, 9 a.m. Sunday, 7:30 a.m. Monday, 7:30 a.m. Thursday; Healing Circle, 7:30 a.m. Wednesday; Shabbat services 7 p.m. Friday, 9:30 p.m. Saturday.

• Wednesday Coffee and Learn with Rabbi Alvin Wainhaus: Class devoted to the ancient texts and the light they shed on current issues, 11 a.m.-noon.

• Zumba gold drop-in: Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7 p.m. Contact: Robin at zumbarobin@gmail.com, 203-314-8176, 203-799-2341.

ORANGE >> Orange Congregational Church, 205 Meeting House Lane, at Orange Center Road, will hold the following services:

Palm Sunday, April 9: 8 a.m. worship in chapel, 9:45 a.m. palm processional. Meet in the back parking lot for a palm. 10 a.m. worship. 11:30 a.m. prayer walk. noon Easter egg hunt on Green.

Maundy Thursday, April 13: service of Tenebrae at 7 p.m.

Good Friday April 14: 7 p.m. worship.

Easter Sunday, April 16: 6 a.m. sunrise service at Hannah’s Hill, breakfast follows at Chip’s Restaurant. 9, 11 a.m. worship in sanctuary, with music from Junior, Bell and Senior choirs

The Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd, 680 Racebrook Road, has the following planned for Easter:

• The church will explore the mystery of Easter and resurrection for families, with snack, games and stories, 10 a.m.-noon April 8. Suggested donation is $10 per child, $25 per family. RSVP: www.thegoodshepherdorangect.org, 203-795- 6577. Walk-ins are welcome. Contact Jennifer D’Inzeo at jenndinzeo@gmail.com.

• April 9, Palm Sunday: Holy Eucharist, without music 8 a.m.; re-enactment of the Passion, music, 10 a.m.

• Maundy Thursday April 13: Holy Eucharist and foot washing, 6 p.m.

• Good Friday, April 14: the Youth Group will lead the Stations of the Cross at 3 p.m., with “Walk the Way of the Cross” through the neighborhood.

• Easter Sunday, April 16: Holy Eucharist without music, 8 a.m. Holy Eucharist with choir, musicians, 10 a.m., followed by Easter egg hunt.

Contact 203-795-6577, thegoodspheherd@optonline.net, www.thegoodshepherdorangect.org, www.facebook.com/cgsorangect.

Orange Senior Center offers programs. For more information and to register, call 203-891-4784.

• Social Tea on April 13, 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m. as Velya Jancz-Urban presents “Pudd’nhead: Childhood in Colonial America” in the Senior Lounge. Cost is $10. RSVP.

• Kindness Rock Garden The Orange Arts and Culture Council and Orange Community Services are creating a Kindness Rock Garden. Join in painting rocks with inspirational and motivational sayings Fridays April 21, 28 at 1 p.m. Dedication of the Kindness Rock Garden will be June 21—Summer Solstice. Bring a rock to paint and a favorite quote.

• End of Life Care & Choices, with VNA and Seasons Hospice, 2-3 p.m. April 20 in the Senior Lounge. Coffee, snack provided. RSVP.

• Living Treasure Awards Ceremony (formerly Pasta Festa), Friday, May 5, 5-8 p.m. annual Living Treasure Award ceremony at Birchwoods at Oak Lane, 1027 Racebrook Road, Woodbridge. Tickets on sale Friday, April 1 for $30.

• Introduction to Computers, with Frank Marini, five weeks starting April 27, 9:30-11:30 a.m., for $25. Sign up at the office.

• Free Senior Prom at Peck Place School on Friday, April 28, 10:30 a.m.-1 p.m., with a buffet, music and dancing. RSVP.

• Wellness Book Club, with Marianne Pysarchyk of Case Memorial Library at High Plains Community Center, April 12 at 11 a.m., “Rising Strong: The Reckoning, the Rumble, the Revolution” by Brene Brown. Coffee, snack provided. RSVP.

• Money Management meets at 9:30 a.m. April 18, when the Drazen Law Firm presents “My Spouse’s Health Crisis: How to stay out of the poor house?”

• Movie: Friday, April 21 “Deepwater Horizon,” 1 p.m. A dramatization of the April 2010 disaster, when the offshore drilling rig Deepwater Horizon exploded and created the worst oil spill in U.S. history. Popcorn, soda served. RSVP.

Book Club meets Friday March 24, “Underground Railroad” by Colson Whitehead.

A free job preparation workshop for high school students will be held 10 a.m.-1 p.m. April 13 at the Woodbridge Library meeting room by Woodbridge Youth Services.

The goal is to land a job or internship for summer or beyond high school. Learn how to prepare a resume, complete an application, and list references for the job search. Proper attire will be discussed, and there will be practice for an interview.

Bring your laptop, although some will be available. Morning snack, materials, flash drive and a workbook are provided. Bring lunch.

RSVP: 203-389-3429 or youthone@woodbridgect.org.

Woodbridge Senior Center, 203-389-3430 or jglicksman@woodbridgect.org.

The Woodbridge Senior Center provides health, wellness, nutrition, education and social activities for residents 60 years and older. It offers lunch, as well as transportation.

The town and the Economic Development Commission invite local business representatives to Business After Hours on April 19 at Woodbridge Social, 12 Selden St.

Happy hour specials will be offered 5-6:30 p.m.

The goal is to bring the business community together to learn about and from each other. To attend, contact Assistant Administrative Officer Betsy Yagla at byagla@woodbridgect.org.

To learn more about town business news and events, go to www.tinyurl.com/WoodbridgeCTBiz.

Woodbridge Be The Match 5K, with food, entertainment and awards, will be held April 15 on the Green, Meetinghouse Lane.

The event, Give A Spit, is held in honor of resident Nicole Donzello, who battled leukemia but recently found a transplant match. All proceeds benefit Be The Match, a nonprofit that matches cancer patients with donors and helps families afford life-saving bone marrow transplants.

On-site registration begins at 8:30 a.m. The children’s fun run begins 9:45, the 5K begins at 10.

Adult sign-up is $25. Sign-up for kids at the 5K is $20; the fun run is $15.

Register at www.bethematchfoundation.org/WoobridgeBeTheMatch5K and email Lillian Zhang at giveaspit@gmail.com for sponsorships.

The Woodbridge Rotary Club is planning its fourth annual wine tasting and silent auction for 6:30-9:30 p.m. April 20 at the Birchwoods at the Tradition Golf Club at Oak Lane, 1027 Racebrook Road.

The event will feature homemade-wine makers serving their wines and light fare provided by the Birchwoods.

Donations are sought for the silent auction of sports and theater tickets, gift cards and baskets and other goods and services.

Also, the club is seeking sponsors for the ad book. Ads are $100 for a full page, $50 for half page and $25 for business-size ads.

Proceeds will benefit the Alliance for Prevention.

Tickets are $35 in advance or $40 at the door.

For more information or tickets, visit www.Woodbridge Rotary.org or contact Buddy DeGennaro at 203-710-2548 or buddy.degennaro@gmail.com, or Tony Anastasio at 203-980-9373 or tonya33@optonline.net.

Homemade-wine makers should also contact DeGennaro.

Woodbridge Job Bank teens will work for town residents who want to hire someone to assist with odd jobs such as yard work, party help, cleaning, tutoring, and moving furniture or boxes.

Also, there are teenagers who are experienced in babysitting.

Many have completed the American Red Cross babysitter training course. The service is for town residents.

Teen residents who would like to work to earn some extra cash are sought.

The application process offers a chance to learn about interviews, safety on the job, and how to negotiate pay.

Call 203-389-3429.

Volunteers are sought to make a difference and become a friendly visitor to elderly members of the community.

For information, call Judi Young, town Senior Services social worker, at 203-389-3429.