What you need to know this week in Cranford
All about Chocolate: A hands on class that will teach Cranford residents the process of making chocolate. Runs from Nov. 5 to Dec. 10 for $90 (18 and up).
Elections: Cranford voters will take to the poll on Nov. 5. to select two commissioners for town council. Find your polling place and read more about the candidates, here.
Sports: Nov. 4: Girls Soccer in the state tournament vs. Voorhees at 2 p.m. (home) Nov. 6: Girls Volleyball in state tournament vs. River Dell (away) at 4:15 p.m. Nov. 8: Football vs. North Plainfield (home) at 7 p.m.
Classic Film: Dracula screens at the Cranford Community Center at 7 p.m. on Nov. 5.
Oliver at Paper Mill Playhouse: We’ll talk to two Cranford boys, Ryan and Lee, who are acting in the Paper Mill Playhouse’s production of Oliver.
Blind Masseuse: Also, we’ll speak to a blind masseuse thriving at Elements Massage Studio in Cranford. Check back for these stories on Cranford Patch!
For a full look at the happenings in Cranford this week, check out our events calendar.
Something we missed this week in Cranford? Share it in the comments or add it to our events section for your neighbors to see!