Free Newsies Musical Performance with Transportation and Earned Income Tax Credit
Newsies Musical at Columbia High School
Thursday, March 10th, 5:30 pm Free
All School Musical Dress Rehearsal Returns, Newsies,
Columbia High School Auditorium, 17 Parker Avenue, Maplewood
Older adults are invited to enjoy the dress rehearsal for this year’s musical. If history prevails, this will be another awesome performance. Come to experience an evening out in SOMA as well as see friends and neighbors you may not have seen this winter. Masks are encouraged. Social distancing can be accomplished given the size of the auditorium.
Eliminate the parking challenges at Columbia and use our free bus transportation.
To reserve your ride, please contact your respective town contacts
at least 3 days in advance.
- Maplewood residents contact Michelle Wesley, 973-763-0750 to reserve a ride from the DeHart Center at 4:30 pm.
- South Orange residents call the Parking Authority, 973-378-7715, x 2035 to reserve a ride from the back section of the SOPAC parking lot at 4:45 pm.
- Limited accessible parking is available on site. To reserve a spot, contact SOMA Two Towns at firstname.lastname@example.org or 973-558-0863.
Tax Season and Older Adults: Older Adults May Qualify for the
Earned Income Tax Credit
The American Rescue Plan (ARP) temporarily expanded the federal Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) for low-wage working adults without children at home. This expansion may be especially helpful to many older adults who are working and those raising grandchildren.
?The expansion includes adults over age 65 and goes into effect for those with earnings in tax year 2021. It increases both the amount received and the income limit to qualify.
For more information, go to TaxOutreach.org
or NJ EITC Marketing Toolkit