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Piscataway Blizzard Alert: Cancellations, Postponements & Announcements

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PISCATAWAY, NJ — In anticipation of the blizzard expected to hit the Piscataway area this weekend, many events are being rescheduled and postponed.

Piscataway Township Schools

The district has cancelled all district activities and athletics for Saturday, Jan. 23 and Sunday, Jan. 24.  This cancellation includes Saturday Academy and the SAT administration at Piscataway High School.

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Below is the updated sports calendar for Saturday, Jan. 23

  • TBA Boys Middle School Wrestling Away GMC Large School Tournament Facility: Cross Roads MS(Rescheduled to Jan. 30)
  • 9:30 AM Boys Varsity Bowling Away Joe Romer Tournament Facility: Carolier Lanes (Rescheduled to Jan. 30)
  • ​9:30 AM Girls Varsity Bowling Away Joe Romer Tournament Facility: Carolier Lanes (Rescheduled to Jan. 30)
  • ​10:00AM Boys Freshman Basketball Home Edison – Patton Gym (Cancelled)
  • ​11:30AM Boys Junior Varsity Basketball Home Edison (Rescheduled to Friday, Jan. 21, 3:30 pm in the Patton Gym)
  • ​1:00PM Boys Varsity Basketball Home Edison (Rescheduled to Friday, Jan. 21, 3:30 pm in the Anthony Gym)
  • ​11:00 AM Girls Junior Varsity Cheerleading Home Edison Boys Basketball (Cancelled)
  • ​1:00 PM Girls Varsity Cheerleading Home Edison Boys Basketball (Cancelled)
  • ​10:00AM Girls Freshman Basketball Away Monroe Township HS (Cancelled)
  • ​11:30AM Girls Junior Varsity Basketball Away Monroe Township HS (Cancelled)
  • ​1:00PM Girls Varsity Basketball Away Monroe Township HS (Cancelled)
  • ​5:00/6:00 PM Boys JV and Varsity Wrestling Away Bishop Ahr (Cancelled)

Piscataway Public Library

The Happy Birthday, Piscataway event at Kennedy Library has been cancelled for Saturday, Jan. 23.  The library will advise of the new date in the coming weeks. 

Kennedy and Westergard libraries will be closed Saturday, Jan. 23. Kennedy Library may be open for normal Sunday hours tomorrow at 1p.m. 

Piscataway Township

Municipal Alliance Substance Abuse Task Force's S.H.A.P.E Family Development Program has been cancelled for this evening due to the predicted inclement weather. Please share with your family, friends and neighbors. They will advise of the new date in the coming weeks. 

The Piscataway Senior Center will be closed on Saturday, Jan. 23.

Middlesex County College

The College will close Saturday, Jan. 23 at 6:00am for all classes and activities at all locations.  Updates will be posted on the website and InfoLine, 732.906.2555.

Middlesex County

All Middlesex County Area Transit (MCAT) services will be suspended Saturday, Jan. 23.

The Cornelius Low House and East Jersey Old Town Historic sites will be closed Sunday, Jan. 24.

Rutgers University

Rutgers University remains open and operating. All Rutgers classes are canceled all day Saturday, Jan. 23, 2016; classes will resume as scheduled at noon Sunday, Jan. 24, 2016. Individual offices may be closed; please contact offices directly to check their status. Clinical operations will remain open.

Oak Crest Day Camp

The Oak Crest Day Camp Open House in nearby Somerset will take place on Sunday, Jan. 24, 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. instead of 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.  Join staff for fun in the snow, and plenty of hot chocolate along with some Oak Crest classic snacks. 

If the weather prevents you from attending the Open House this Sunday, Oak Crest will be extending the WINTER RATES and DISCOUNTS until Feb. 1 and offering tours next Sunday, Jan. 31 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.  

If you have a cancellation that you would like posted on TAP into Piscataway, please email piscataway@tapinto.net.

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