SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ - The Education Foundation of South Brunswick will hold their inaugural "Ladies Night Dance Party" on Friday, March 27, 2020 at 7pm-11pm at the Rasoi III Restaurant & Banquet Hall in South Brunswick, NJ.

It is an event to raise funds for the Education Foundation of South Brunswick’s numerous grants and scholarships that go right back to the South Brunswick School District’s teachers and students. Tickets are $40.00 per person in advance and $45 at the door. Tickets can be purchased at

This inaugural ladies only event will feature an evening with delicious food, a mix of music from the 80’s, 90’s, current, Bollywood & more by DJ Taran Verma, a Zumba dance demo by Fitness Instructor Zumba With Theresa and a lot of fun with your girlfriends.

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The event will be emceed by two of South Brunswick School District’s Principals, Ms. Cristina Vildostegui-Cerra and Ms. Pamela Hernandez.

The mission of the Education Foundation of South Brunswick Township, Inc. (a non-profit corporation) is to promote and provide educational support and opportunities through innovative programs and projects. All funds generated at the Ladies Night Dance Party will support the following: Professional Development Fund, Academic Enhancement Fund, Arts and Athletics Fund, and Scholarship Fund.

Some events the Education Foundation of South Brunswick has previously hosted include the Tour de South Brunswick Bike Ride and Fun Walk, A Taste for Education, Murder Mystery Event and the recent Adult Spelling Bee Challenge.

Come join the fun as “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun” for a good cause!

Feel free to reach out for any questions and to give music requests.

Education Foundation of South Brunswick Board of Trustees:Marty Abschutz, President; 

Nancy Asher-Shultz, Vice President; 

Bobbi Cohn Binder,Treasurer;

Christopher J. Greco, Sr., Secretary; 

Azra Baig, Bonnie Capes, Jill Czyzyk, Lisa DeMarco, Stephanie Greco, Dana Miller, Sabuha Qureshi-Din,

Scott Feder, SBSD Superintendent of Schools

Barry Nathanson, SBSD Board Liaison;

James Ryan, South Brunswick Police Dept. Liaison