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Item 2014-10-24 Trenton - (NJ.com) Cory Booker and Republican challenger Jeff Bell debate in New Jersey's U.S. Senate race was a lively one. The candidates displayed wildly different views on nearly every topic containing Ebola, the threat of ISIS, the economy, gay marriage, abortion, and gun rights when they faced off today.
Booker (D-N.J.), a celebrity politician painted himself as a lawmaker willing to work with Republicans. He criticized Bell as a carpetbagger and a tea party sympathizer.
The debate will air Sunday at 11 a.m. on WABC-7 in New York and 1 p.m. and WPVI-6 in Philadelphia.
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Item 2014-10-23 Mountinside - Trailside Nature and Science Center in Mountainside will offer a photography workshop on Saturday, November 8, from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. for adults ages 18 and older. The fee for this program is $45 for Union County residents and $55 for out-of-county participants. Pre-registration is required, but walk-ins are welcome if space permits.
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Item 2014-10-23 Rahway - UC Performing Arts Center: Mystic Vision Players presents RENT; A groups struggle with addiction, poverty, AIDS, and most of all love. - Venue: Mainstage; Friday November 07, 2014 8:00 PM; Saturday November 08, 2014 8:00 PM; Friday November 14, 2014 8:00 PM; Saturday November 15, 2014 8:00 PM; Ticket Price: $15
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Item 2014-10-22 Fanwood/Scotch Plains - The annual Fanwood and Scotch Plains Halloween Parade and Costume Contest begins at 5:30 PM on Friday, October 31st, with Trunk or Treat. Trick-or-treaters who come to the Fanwood Memorial Library parking lot (North and Forest Avenues, Fanwood) will be able to select treats from car trunks full of surprises! Dont be latethe trunks close by 6 PM! The Halloween Parade starts immediately afterward. Children and adults should assemble in front of the Library by 6 PM because at 6:15 PM the Parade will depart for LaGrande Park. Once the parade arrives at LaGrande Park, at approximately 6:30 PM, the Costume Contest will begin for children of all ages. Anyone who wants to enter a pumpkin in the Jack-o-Lantern Contest should bring his or her carved creation to the park and fill out an entry form by 6:30 PM. Prizes will be awarded for the best costumes and the best jack-o-lanterns! Free cider, donuts and coffee will be available.
This evening of fun and festivities is presented by the Fanwood and Scotch Plains Recreation Commissions.
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Item 2014-10-21 Summit - The Visual Arts Center of New Jersey is hosting An Art Afternoon of New Music on Sunday, November 9 from 2:00 to 4:00 pm. Tickets are $10 ($5 for Members and Children). For more information visit www.artcenternj.org or call 9087-273-9121.
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Item 2014-10-11 Union Nearly 100 people have signed up to attend a public discussion Assembly Republican Leader Jon Bramnick will hold on cyber security with state Homeland Security and federal Secret Service officials on Monday, Oct. 20, at Kean University.
Bramnick, R-Westfield, will lead the discussion with experts on how the public and corporations can protect themselves from cyber security theft.
The 1 p.m. event will be held in the STEM Auditorium, Room 221. To reserve a seat today, please call Glen Beebe in the Assembly Republican Office at 609-847-3400 or email GBeebe@njleg.org.
The summit is in response to recent security breaches at major businesses that have affected millions of credit and debit cardholders. Home Depot reported a data breach earlier this month that involved 56 million credit and debit cards in the U.S. and Canada. Other businesses, including Target, PF Changs and JP Morgan Chase, have experienced similar security breaches.
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Item 2014-10-10 Westfield - The Peace and Justice Committee of Holy Trinity and St. Helen's will be holding its annual Fair Trade Sale at the Holy Trinity Parish Center at 315 First Street, Westfield, on October 25 (2-7 pm) & 26 (8:30am-3:00pm). The sale will move to St. Helen's, 1600 Rahway Avenue, Westfield, for the weekend of November 1 & 2. The sale features handcrafted items from third world countries, including scarves, jewelry, ornaments and other decorative items. We will also be selling delicious coffee and chocolate. These make excellent holiday gifts, so come and shop with us! When you purchase goods at the Fair Trade Sale, you help ensure that third world artisans and farmers receive fair compensation for their labor, which helps to lift them out of poverty.
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Item 2014-10-10 Westfield - Flu shots will be provided for the attendees of The Westfield Community Center on Thursday October 23rd at 12:30pm. Please bring a copy of your insurance card and identification card. Forms will be available at the Center starting October 16th and assistance will be provided to fill the forms out. This service is provided by Tiffany Natural Pharmacy of Westfield, NJ. Tiffany Pharmacy will provide a snack for the event. The Westfield Community Center is located at 558 West Broad Street and the phone number is (908) 232-4759
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Item 2014-10-10 Washington - Rep. Leonard Lance An overwhelming number of Americans and bipartisan majorities in the House and Senate oppose allowing terrorists imprisoned at Guantanamo Bay into the United States. If the White House wants to amend the law it must bring its proposal before Congress, where I suspect such a reckless plan would be defeated overwhelmingly."
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Item 2014-10-10 GARWOOD Borough residents can hear the candidates for Mayor and Borough Council during two appearances in the clubhouse at the Pointe, the condominium complex between Maple and Chestnut Streets. Questions may be sent to PointeForum@gmail.com
The mayoral candidates Salvatore Piarulli, a Republican, and Charles P. Lombardo, a Democrat will appear on Thursday, Oct. 16. The council candidates Carol Kearney and Tina Simitz, Republicans, and Louis Petruzzelli and Sara Todisco, incumbent Democrats will speak on Thursday, Oct. 23. The sessions will begin at 7:30 p.m.
Light refreshments will be served at each event. Parking is available in the large lot behind the commercial buildings on North Avenue between Maple and Chestnut Streets. A stairway leads from the lot to the clubhouse.
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Item 2014-10-09 Rahway - boxoffice@ucpac.org - The UCPAC presents RUSSELL FISCHER: THE JOURNEY HOME - A special night of song from New Jerseys own Jersey Boy - Venue: Hamilton Stage - Sunday October 26, 2014 7:00 PM< - Ticket Price: $30 General Admission; $18 Student Admission (at Box Office with ID)
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Item 2014-10-09 STATE - The last day to register to vote in the November 4 election is Tuesday, October 14. The last day to apply by mail for a Mail-In ballot is October 28. Both registration and mail-in ballot information are available on the Union County Board of Elections website at www.ucnj.org or by calling 908-527-4121.
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Item 2014-10-08 Fanwood - SPF Newcomers & Neighbors invites all current and prospective members to our annual Fall Meet & Greet on Tuesday, October 21st at 8:00pm at the Forest Road Park Community Building (158 Forest Road in Fanwood, NJ). This LADIES-ONLY event will include free refreshments, a chance to win fabulous prizes and an opportunity to learn more about the clubs interest groups and activities in a relaxed and fun atmosphere.
For more information, visit our website at www.spfnewcomers.com or find us at meetup.com at http://www.meetup.com/Scotch-Plains-Fanwood-Newcomers/
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Item 2014-10-07 QUIP Shifting New Jerseys public employee pension plan to a 401(k) system would cost $42 billion in the long run, two liberal think tanks claimed today.
Now, I didnt grow up on a farm, but I know people that did, and they would tell you, Never get between a hog and its trough!" This kind of bulls&|! thinking got us into this mess.
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Item 2014-10-06 Elizabeth - The Rotary Club celebrating its 97th year of service to the Greater Elizabeth Community, is proud to feature a unique food-tasting event, The Taste of Elizabeth VIII on Monday, October 20th from 5PM to 8:30 PM at the Renaissance Hotel, 1000 Spring Street, Elizabeth.
During Taste of Elizabeth VIII, guests will also be able to participate in a 50/50 raffle and a Tricky Tray silent auction. Funds raised from the Taste of Elizabeth VIII will enable the Rotary Club to continue to provide financial grants to local non-profit agencies and to provide college scholarships.
Tickets for Taste of Elizabeth VIII can be ordered online through the Rotary Club's website: www.ElizabethRotary.org. Tickets are priced at $30 in advance and $40 at the door.
Founded in 1917, The Rotary Club of Elizabeth is comprised of more than 40 business and professional leaders.
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Item 2014-10-06 Westfield - Middle School Ice Hockey has a few open spots for the fall/winter season. The program is open to 5-8 grade student/players born in 2000-2003. Please email westfieldhockeyclub@gmail.com or call Chris Forno 908-414-2315 for more information.
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Item 2014-10-03 Westfield - On Tuesday night, October 14, 2014, 6:30 p.m. see the documentary film Unfair The Movie, showing only once at seventeen theaters throughout New Jersey including the Digiplex Rialto Theater in Westfield - and nearly 700 throughout the United States. The film documents the overreach and the excesses of the Internal Revenue Service. For info, see www.unfairmovie.com - regards, Jim Bennet, Summit
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Item 2014-10-02 Rahway - UCPAC presents THE FAB FOUR - A Tribute To The Beatles -- Venue: Mainstage; Saturday November 01, 2014 8:00 PM; Ticket Price: $24.50, $34.50 & $54.50
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Item 2014-10-02 Westfield - The Garden Club of Westfield will host Mrs. Jeannie Geremia on Tuesday, October 14 at 12:00 noon at St. Helens Church, 1600 Rahway Ave., Westfield. Mrs. Geremia is an expert on the topic of Our Vanishing Pollinators and is recognized as an author, photographer and public speaker who presents a passionate concern for environmental concerns. She will speak about the precipitous decline of monarch butterflies and the absence of bees in our gardens.
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Item 2014-10-01 Scotch Plains - The location of our October 8 meeting will be at Scotch Hills Country Club on Jerusalem Road in Scotch Plains rather than the Board of Education offices as was reported in the last story run by the Times. This is the meeting we intend to devote to updating the public on where we are in the process. All are invited. The meeting begins at 7 pm. Don Parisi Chair Fanwood Scotch Plains Consolidation Study Commission
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Item 2014-10-01 Kenilworth - David Brearley High School CLASS OF 74 40th Reunion -- Saturday Nov 29, 2014; V.F.W. of Kenilworth, NJ; Dinner, cash bar, friends; cost: $47.00 (make checks out to class of 74) PO Box 698, Pine Brook, NJ 07058
RSVP by Oct 30th for more info email: Davidbrearley74@yahoo.com
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Item 2014-09-30 Trenton - Members of the public are encouraged to make a reservation now for a public discussion Assembly Republican Leader Jon Bramnick will hold on cyber security with state Homeland Security officials on Monday, Oct. 20, at Kean University.
Bramnick will lead the discussion with experts on how the public and corporations can protect themselves from cyber security theft.
The 1 p.m. event will be held in the STEM Auditorium, Room 221. To reserve a seat today, please call Glen Beebe in the Assembly Republican Office at 609-847-3400 or email GBeebe@njleg.org.
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Item 2014-09-27 Westfield - The Parent Teacher Council of the Westfield Public Schools invites the public to the Westfield Board of Education Candidates Night on Wednesday, October 15, in the auditorium of Westfield High School from 7:30 - 9:00 PM. The six candidates seeking three open seats on the Westfield Board of Education, are: Michael Biele, Noreen Coleman, Mark Friedman, Christopher Langhart, Margaret (Peggy) Oster, and David Sexton.
A moderator from the League of Women Voters will present questions from the audience as time permits. Questions can be e-mailed in advance to Lisa Wendel, PTC chairperson of the event, atlkwendelptc@gmail.com. Deadline for submission is Friday, October 10.
The Westfield Board of Education Candidates Night will be taped for airing on WHS-TV36 through November 4, the day of the School Election.
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Item 2014-09-26 Westfield - Middle School Ice Hockey has a few open spots for the fall/winter season. The program is open to 5-8 grade student/players born in 2000-2003. Please email westfieldhockeyclub@gmail.com or call Chris Forno 908-414-2315 for more information.
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Item 2014-09-26 Garwood Borough residents have begun submitting questions to be asked of the candidates for mayor and Borough Council during two appearances in the clubhouse at the Pointe, the condominium complex between Maple and Chestnut Streets. Questions may be sent to PointeForum@gmail.com All Garwood voters have been invited to attend the discussions. Those who do so will be given an opportunity to submit additional questions in writing. The mayoral candidates Salvatore Piarulli, a Republican, and Charles P. Lombardo, a Democrat will appear on Thursday, Oct. 16. The council candidates Carol Kearney and Tina Simitz, Republicans, and Louis Petruzzelli and Sara Todisco, incumbent Democrats will speak on Thursday, Oct. 23. The sessions will begin at 7:30 p.m. The questions proposed so far deal with such issues as taxes, the long-delayed athletic complex and the redevelopment of North and South Avenues. These issues have an impact on every Garwood resident, said Christine Spear, the president of the condominiums board. Hearing the candidates positions will allow voters to make informed decisions, so we hope our clubhouse will be full on Oct. 16 and Oct. 23. Light refreshments will be served at each event. Parking is available in the large lot behind the commercial buildings on North Avenue between Maple and Chestnut Streets. A stairway leads from the lot to the clubhouse. For further information, call Bill Connolly (908) 789-0659
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Item 2014-09-26 Scotch Plains - Volunteer Nominations for Mayor's Gala Available. Nominations for the Scotch Plains Volunteers of the Year and Volunteer Organization of the Year are being accepted at the Scotch Plains Recreation Department. Members of the community are encouraged to nominate those individuals and groups who have displayed extraordinary community service. The recipients of these awards, will be recognized at the 23rd annual Mayor's Charity Gala. The categories for awards are as follows: Male Volunteer of the Year Female Volunteer of the Year Volunteer Organization of the Year Nomination forms can be picked up in the Scotch Plains Recreation Department, located in Town Hall or online at the township's website, www.scotchplainsnj.gov. The Gala is a non-partisan event, which serves to gather all segments of the community for an evening full of dining, dancing and a silent auction. Proceeds from the event support the Municipal Alliance Committee and other local non-profit organizations. For information about sponsoring or donating an item for the Mayor's Gala, please contact the Scotch Plains Recreation Department at (908) 322-6700 x223.
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Item 2014-09-25 Rahway - UNION COUNTY PERFORMING ARTS CENTER RAHWAY boxoffice@ucpac.org presents VADIM NESELOVSKYI and the DOUG CARN TRIO as Part of the Jazz Masters Series - Venue: Hamilton Stage, Saturday October 18, 2014 8:00 PM - Ticket Price: $25
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Item 2014-09-18 WestfieldThe Parent Teacher Council of the Westfield Public Schools invites the public to the Westfield Board of Education Candidates Night on Wednesday, October 15, in the auditorium of Westfield High School from 7:30 - 9:00 PM. The six candidates seeking three open seats on the Westfield Board of Education, are: Michael Biele, Noreen Coleman, Mark Friedman, Christopher Langhart, Margaret (Peggy) Oster, and David Sexton.
A moderator from the League of Women Voters will present questions from the audience as time permits. Questions can be e-mailed in advance to Lisa Wendel, PTC chairperson of the event, at lkwendelptc@gmail.com. Deadline for submission is Friday, October 10.
The Westfield Board of Education Candidates Night will be taped for airing on WHS-TV36 through November 4 General Election, the day of the School Election.
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Item 2014-09-16 Summit - Join the Visual Arts Center of New Jersey for a 3-D screening of animated short films curated by exhibiting artist, Sarah Klein. Red/Cyan 3-D glasses will be provided. Tickets: Non-members: $10; Members and children under 12: $5. Visit www.artcenternj.org or call 908-273-9121 for more information.
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Item 2014-09-14 Westfield - The next County mobile paper shredding program for personal documents will be held on Saturday, September 27, at the Westfield Memorial Pool located at 713 Cumberland Street in Westfield from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., rain or shine.
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Item 2014-09-13 New Providence - The New Jersey Intergenerational Orchestra has introduced a full symphony for intermediate and advanced beginner players into its offerings. Previously a string chamber orchestra, the NJIO Intermezzo Orchestra is now welcoming brass, woodwind and percussion players of all ages, from students to seniors. The orchestra meets on Thursdays from 5:45-7 pm, at the New Jersey Youth Symphony Music Center located at 570 Central Avenue, New Providence. This new orchestra will play repertoire that includes arrangements of classical pieces. Interested players are encouraged to register to attend free open rehearsal on September 18. To register, please email Mary Beth Sweet at mbsweet@njio.org or call (908) 603-7691.
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Item 2014-09-12 Westfield - The Festifall Street Fair will be held on Sunday, September 21st in the downtown. Come celebrate Fall with your family, friends and the community - A festive atmosphere with non-stop entertainment starting at 10 am, and the party will last all day.
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Item 2014-09-12 Garwood Borough residents will have a chance to hear the candidates for mayor and Borough Council during two October appearances at the Pointe, the condominium complex between Maple and Chestnut Streets.
They will also have an opportunity to propose questions to be asked of the candidates during those sessions. Questions may be sent to PointeForum@gmail.com
The mayoral candidates Salvatore Piarulli, a Republican, and Charles P. Lombardo, a Democrat will appear on Thursday, Oct. 16. The council candidates Carol Kearney and Tina Simitz, Republicans, and Louis Petruzzelli and Sara Todisco, incumbent Democrats will speak on Thursday, Oct. 23. The sessions will begin at 7:30 p.m.
In both cases, the candidates are expected to discuss such issues as taxes, the long-delayed athletic complex, recent flooding and rodent infestations in some parts of the borough and the redevelopment of North and South Avenues.
These meetings are a tradition begun a year ago, said Christine Spear, the president of the condominiums board. Since our clubhouse provides a suitable room, we decided to make it available so that Garwood voters could get a clearer picture of whats at stake in the election.
Light refreshments will be served at each event. Parking is available in the large lot behind the commercial buildings on North Avenue between Maple and Chestnut Streets. A stairway leads from the lot to the clubhouse.
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Item 2014-09-10 Garwood After a summer break Garwood Mayor Patricia Quattrocchi will resume meeting with residents in her office at the Borough Hall, on Saturday, September 20th from 10:00 AM to 12:00 noon. No appointment is necessary and the meetings are private. Residents are urged to stop in and the mayor will answer questions and assist with resolving issues that they may have.Mayors Saturdays are on the third Saturday of each month.
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Item 2014-09-08 Mountainside - MOUNTAINSIDE BOARD OF EDUCATION - A special meeting of the Mountainside Board of Education has been scheduled for 8:00 p.m. on Monday, September 8, 2014, at the Beechwood School Susan O. Collier Media Center located at 1497 Woodacres Drive,Mountainside, New Jersey 07092.
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Item 2014-09-07 Cranford - Downtown Cranford Sip & Shop event sponsored by the Cranford Junior Woman's Club, Friday, October 10, 2014 6pm-9pm, Tickets: $20 in advance, $25 at the door. Proceeds benefit Cranford Junior Womans Club Philanthropic & Scholarship Fund. Purchase tickets at Augusta Mae Boutique, Periwinkles, or online at WWW.CRANFORDJWC.COM
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Item 2014-09-05 Westfield - The Town of Westfield will observe the 13th anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks with a community gathering on Thursday, September 11, 2014, at the September 11th Memorial site on North Avenue at East Broad Street. The commemoration ceremony will begin at 6:30 p.m. with opening remarks from Mayor Andrew K. Skibitsky. Local clergy will offer prayers of commemoration followed by the presentation of the ceremonial wreath by an honor guard.
Each year, the ceremony concludes with a period of silent reflection and show of community support. Mayor Skibitsky explains, The events of 9/11 affected so many people in so many different ways, and continues to do so. It has been my observation that many people do not grieve or reflect the same way each year some reflect on the loss, some reflect on the healing and recovery since, some reflect on the resolve of the American people - it depends on where they are personally in the process. By offering the opportunity for silent reflection, this part of the ceremony allows people to reflect privately but not be alone, and it also affords those who want or need to reach out to others to do so.
The ceremony will be held rain or shine.
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Item 2014-09-05 Union County - The community is invited to honor the memory of the 60 Union County residents who perished in the 9/11 attacks by visiting the Union County September 11th Memorial next Thursday, Sept. 11th from the morning hours until 9 p.m. at Echo Lake Park in Mountainside.
Members of the Prosecutor's Office and Sheriff's Office, in conjunction with other law enforcement members throughout the County will provide a uniformed Honor Guard standing watch at the memorial from 6-9 p.m. and the public will be able to light candles in memory of those lost in the attacks.
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Item 2014-09-05 Westfield - Westfield High School Boys Varsity Soccer Clinic Fundraiser for 3rd - 8th Grade Boys, Improve your skills, fundamentals of the game, friendly scrimmages in a fun environment.Boys will work with High School Coaches and Varsity Team. When: Friday October 10th 2014 4:00pm - 6:00pm (rain date: Wednesday October 22nd) Where: Tamaques Elementary School (fields in back) Cost: $35 per player, please bring soccer ball, cleats, shin guards and water bottle. Please support WHS Boys Soccer! To register please contact Julie Williams, juliewilliams731@hotmail.com
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Item 2014-09-04 Scotch Plains - The Township of Scotch Plains shall mark the anniversary of the September 11, 2011 terrorist attacks with a remembrance service on Thursday, September 11, 2014 at 7:00 pm at the Alan August Village Green.
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Item 2014-09-04 Garwood - GOP, Please join us September 13, 2014 from 5-8 pm for a Meet and Greet BBQ with Garwood Mayoral candidate, Sal Piarulli. The event takes place at 55 Fourth Ave, Garwood, NJ and the suggested donation is $25/person or $45/couple or family. Sponsorship is $100. Please make checks payable to: Piarulli for Mayor and send to 55 Fourth Ave, Garwood, NJ 07027 or via PayPal at Piarulli2014@gmail.com. RSVP by September 6, 2014 to (908)812-1895 or piarulli2014@gmail.com.
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Item 2014-09-03 Rahway - UC Performing Arts New Jersey Ballet presents PINOCCHIO Venue: Mainstage Sunday October 19, 2014 3:00 PM Tickets: $15, $18, $24 The UCPAC Mainstage 1601 Irving Street Rahway, NJ 07065 UCPAC Box Office (732) 499-8226 www.ucpac.org
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Item 2014-09-03 Westfield - Heifer International is holding their Beyond Hunger: Communities of Change family fun event on October 5th from 1-3 p.m. All ages are welcome to come out in celebration of the nonprofits first 70 years of fighting world hunger. Games, crafts, refreshments, and special demonstrations will occur in the Westfield Municipal Buildings Community Room, free of charge. Please visit www.heifer.org/communities to register for the event or email leahryan67@gmail.com.
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Item 2014-09-03 Westfield - The Garden Club of Westfield announces the first meeting of the season on September 9 at 12:00 noon at St. Helens Church, Rahway Ave. and Lamberts Mill Road, Westfield. All are invited to join us in the Msgr. Meany Parish Center and enjoy a hands-on learning experience. Members (and guests if desired) are asked to bring in a miniature floral design no larger than 5 in length, width or height. Mrs. Janet Kinney returns to critique and share her expertise with everyone. She is, among many credentials, a National Garden Club Accredited Flower Show Master Judge. We look forward to seeing you there.
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Item 2014-09-02 Westfield - The Youth and Family Counseling Service is starting KIDS-4-KIDS Group again. The New Dates are: Wednesdays 9/24-10/21 4-5 PM
Call (908) 233-2042 to register now! Fee: $100.00 for 6 Sessions
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Item 2014-09-02 Scotch Plains - The Junior Womans Club Fall Town Wide Garage Sale will be held on Saturday, September 27, 2014. Trash or treasure? You be the judge. Residents hold their own sale and keep all profits.Registration get participants on a detailed map listing the host home address and items for sale.Maps are distributed for free in Scotch Plains and Fanwood.The event will be publicized via newspapers, local cable TV, signboards and flyers in both towns.
To participate, complete a registration form (available at the clubs website www.spjwc.com or pick one up at the following locations: Scotch Plains Library, Fanwood Library or Fanwood Bagel and Deli.Send the registration form with a $20 check, payable to SPJWC, to: Scotch Plains Junior Womans Club - Garage Sale, P.O. Box 284, Scotch Plains, NJ 07076
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Item 2014-08-28 New Providence - Annual Street Fair Sunday, September 7, 2014 10-5 PM Held along Springfield Ave. from South St. to Livingston Ave, New Providence, NJ, 07974
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Item 2014-08-27 Fanwood - Police UPDATE: The Fanwood Police Department requests your assistance. The Fanwood Police Department is seeking information regarding a person of interest in the car burglaries occurring in Fanwood on August 26. Please go to www.fanwoodpolice.org and view the photograph. If you recognize the individual in the photograph, please contact Det. Sgt. E. Chin at the Fanwood Police at (908) 322-5000, ext. 119
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Item 2014-08-27 Fanwood - The Fanwood Police Department, along with several surrounding departments, is investigating burglaries to unlocked vehicles. Residents are reminded to lock their vehicles and to avoid leaving items in plain view in their vehicles. Residents are asked to immediately report any suspicious people or activities to the Fanwood Police Department at (908) 322-5000 or 9-1-1. Chief Richard Trigo
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