Central Jersey Daily Rundown, Friday, July 5

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One-third of accidental deaths in children ages 1-4 are the result of drowning. Here are the top three swimming safety tips to ensure a safe summer.
Wochit | Amanda Oglesby

Retailer Fabricland occupies new showroom

Fabric retailer Fabricland moved to a new store nine months ago after 57 years at their previous location. They now occupy a 9,000 square foot showroom in Green Brook, only 3.2 miles west of their old store. Fabricland has announced their 14th annual Sewing Summer camp. There are nine weeks of classes in sewing fashion, accessories, and bedroom decor for ages 9 to 18 and skill levels from beginner to advanced.   Morning and afternoon classes are offered ranging from one to five sessions. If attending the morning and afternoon sessions, kids can bring lunch and stay at the store for the break. Fabricland provides Bernina sewing machines in the classroom for each student. Classroom time over the summer is The complete Fabricland class schedule for children and adults is available at fabricland.com or a printed version is in the store.  If these schedules don’t work for you, private lessons are available. Class sizes are small so register early at fabricland.com, call 908-755-4700 or in person at 270 Route 22 in Green Brook.  

Registration open for Eco-Explorers

The Somerset County Park Commission Environmental Education Center (EEC), 190 Lord Stirling Road in the Basking Ridge section of Bernards, has opened registration for Eco-Explorers, a summer science and nature

Read more at: https://www.mycentraljersey.com/story/news/local/2019/07/05/hunterdon-middlesex-somerset-union-counties/1574952001/

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