Find your balance with a 12-week yoga course hosted by Evesham Township. Starting in April, the classes run until the start of summer, and teach participants the importance of deep breathing, along with stress-relief poses and strengthening moves to help prepare you for more serious classes.
April 5-June 21, 8-9 p.m. at Gibson House, Marlton, Evesham-NJ.org, $120 for 12 weeks
April 8: Atlantic City Beer and Music Festival
Craft beer and live beats combine for one of New Jersey’s largest annual beer festivals. The Atlantic City Beer and Music Festival is a two-day event, featuring three sessions with performances by bands like Dashboard Confessional and Reel Big Fish alongside hundreds of pours from brewers across the world.
Times vary at the Atlantic City Convention Center, Atlantic City, ACBeerFest.com, price
April 16: In Bloom
Spring into the season with First Annual Daffodil Day. Sponsored by the Moorestown Business Association, guests are encouraged to don their daffodil- colored duds to welcome spring with a celebration down Main Street. There will be vendors, games, carriage rides and more.
9 a.m.-5 p.m. on Main Street, Moorestown, MoorestownBusiness.com
?April 16: Glass Ballet Slippers
The Voorhees Ballet Theatre presents their version of Cinderella. Follow Cinderella’s story as dancers twirl their way through everyone’s favorite fairy tale. On April 16, little ones can arrive early in their prince and princess duds to check out the Princess Ball, featuring Cinderella herself.
April 16, 5 p.m., Princess Ball at 3:30 p.m. and April 17, 2 p.m., at Voorhees Middle School Theatre, Voorhees, VoorheesBalletTheatre.com, $18.70-21.70
April 21: Just for Girls
Grab your girls and hit Downtown Haddonfield to celebration Girls’ Night Out. Kings Hwy. comes alive to celebrate a night just for ladies, with specialty shopping deals, dining specials and live entertainment running through the night.
5-9 p.m. at Downtown Haddonfield, Haddonfield, DowntownHaddonfield.com, free
April 23: Growing a Green Thumb
Teach your kids about what makes the Garden State so green with a lesson in gardening and planting hosted by one of the area’s many farms, Creamy Acres. Kids and parents will learn about where fruits and veggies come from and plant their own plants to take home.
10 a.m. at Creamy Acres Farm, Mullica Hill, CreamyAcres.com, free with purchase of supplies
April 30: Bowling for a Cause
Hit the pins for good at the Seventh Annual Pride Ventures Inc. & Pride Paws Fundraiser. Held at Pinsetters, the night of bowling benefits Pride Paws in Medford, which provides developmentally disabled individuals with job training and employment experience. One ticket gets you four hours of bowling, along with a dinner buffet, two drink tickets, dessert, appetizers and shoe rental.
5-9 p.m. at Pinsetters Bowling Alley, Pennsauken, PrideVenturesInc.org, $50
April 30: Going Green
Embrace the green plants blooming around you at Sustainable Cherry Hill’s Seventh Annual Earth Festival. Meet eco- friendly vendors and companies in your area, and en- gage in lessons on sustainability, recycling, nutrition and more.
10 a.m.-2 p.m. at Croft Farm, Cherry Hill, CherryHill-NJ.com