Jersey City’s National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, better places to live. You are invited to join your neighbors from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. in the following locations: Pershing Field – 201 Central Avenue Arlington Park – Grand Street and Bramhall… Continue reading Night Out
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Fall Planting @mdday #PershingField
Pershing Field Garden Friends Fall Planting National Make a Difference Day - Saturday, October 22, 2016 9am - 2pm Join with community volunteers and local students as we participate in the national day of giving. Spend an hour or two or the entire day. Lunch will be served. Community service credits available. Meet at the… Continue reading Fall Planting @mdday #PershingField
One Dinner …
... feeds one hundred less fortunate. Feed JC and the Jersey City Parks Coalition is hosting the "Dinner in the Park" series through Nov. 14 – a string of monthly dinners at a park in each of the city's six wards. The series, which costs $45 per event, continues this Saturday, Aug. 29 in Ward… Continue reading One Dinner …
The Hamilton Park Farmer’s Market Is Back!
Wednesday's 3pm-7:30pm The market runs from the beginning of May until the end of October and provides residents with fresh fruit & produce, fresh baked goods, frozen meals, pre-cooked meals and a variety of other things. How to get here via public transit: Hamilton Park is directly accessible by NJ Transit Bus No. 126 and easily… Continue reading The Hamilton Park Farmer’s Market Is Back!
It’s Good to be Green!
The Huffington Post names Jersey City one of America's Top -Ten Green Cities. Surprised? A new NerdWallet.com study shows that those seeking green options have plenty to choose from. They gathered statistics from the 150 largest cities in America to determine which are the most environmentally friendly. The analysis was based on environmental quality, methods of transportation, sources of… Continue reading It’s Good to be Green!