The Harlem Wizards will be at High Point Regional High School on November 11. The traveling basketball team will be putting on a two-hour show and according to the New Jersey Herald, the event will benefit elementary and middle school students and adults with developmental disabilities.
The Harlem Wizards were started in 1962 by Howie Davis and for the last 50 years they've been traveling the country and raising money for schools and nonprofits. According to their website, last year alone they visited 400 communities and raised $2 million.
Those interested in attending can purchase at www.Harlemwizards.com. Tickets will also be offered at the door but for a slightly higher price.
Read the NJHerald.com story here.