MASTER GARDENERS GEAR UP for 27TH GARDEN FAIR & PLANT SALE at TRAILSIDE on MAY 15
In May 2015, veteran Master Gardener Joanne Krueger had numerous instructions for nearly 100 Master Gardeners as they readied themselves for the 26th Annual Spring Garden Fair and Plant Sale. Krueger (of Scotch Plains) is the long-time manager of the MGs’ Demonstration Gardens at Trailside in the Watchung Reservation, and she also manages their Annual Fair. Luckily, the MGs were well prepared in 2015 for the onset of 1,134 Fair customers, many of whom waited in line to enter the Demo Gardens precisely at 12 Noon, following the MG’s annual ribbon-cutting ceremony.
As always, Fair customers were treated to a wide variety of flowering plants (many deer resistant and drought tolerant), vegetables, herbs, shrubs and hanging baskets—all at low prices—not to mention activities for their children, guided tours, energy-boosting baked goods at the Cupcake Café, and gardening supplies, information, and displays.
A similar success story is expected at this year’s 27th Annual Spring Garden Fair and Plant Sale, upcoming on Sunday, May 15, 2016, Noon to 4PM (rain or shine). Notes Krueger, “Admission and parking are FREE, but please, customers, bring your own wagons if you can. Remember, all sales are cash or check only. We’ll give you customer friendly sales and services.”
Among the various tomato varieties for sale on May 15 is the new “Rutgers 250,” a “historic reinvention of the world-famous Jersey tomato,” which Rutgers introduced in 1934.
A Garden Helpline clinic is also available at no charge, as are Rutgers information fact sheets. Rutgers soil test kits can be purchased.
Rutgers Master Gardeners of Union County are trained volunteers who provide community services as part of the Rutgers Cooperative Extension in Westfield. Their Trailside Demonstration Gardens are located at 452 New Providence Road in Mountainside. The program is supported in part by the Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders.
For more information on the 27th Annual Spring Garden Fair and Plant Sale and the Master Gardener program, contact Judi LaGanga at (908) 654-9854, or visit ucnj.org/rce.
Stop in to the gallery Sunday, May 1 from 10am-12pm during Westfield's Spring Fling event and watch Dorothy Ganek at work! Dorothy will be demonstrating Gel pad printing which is similar to a gelatin plate except it is durable and easy to clean. Prints can be lifted instantly and used as collage papers in creative projects.....mono printing without a press! Multiple layers of colors and textures can be incorporated into one print. The possibilities are endless and the process is addicting.
Suffering from low energy, sleep problems or chronic constipation? Feeling depressed, fuzzy and frazzled? Still packing on pounds despite your diligent restraint and moderation with food?
Date: Sunday, May 1, 2016 from 2:00 – 5:00pm
Cost: $40 pre-registered / $45 day of
Location: 812 Central Avenue, Westfield, NJ / (908) 232.1613
2:00 – 3:15pm Kundalini Yoga with Kim
The glands are frequently referred to as the “guardians of our health.” We will practice pranayama (breathing exercises), kriya (postures) to support thyroid health, gong bath and meditation. Kundalini Yoga emphasizes awareness of the glandular system and teaches how to maintain its optimum health. (All levels welcome).
3:30 – 5:00pm Food with Csilla
Understand the signs and symptoms -- including some that might surprise you -- of a slowed down, under-active, and sluggish thyroid that may be sabotaging your best efforts to lose weight and more. Learn exactly how to find out if this condition affects you. Learn what environmental factors can cause thyroid disease, how proper diet can protect us, how you’re eating habits and certain "healthy foods" can cause or aggravate this condition, and the top diet and lifestyle secrets for overcoming thyroid problems.
If there's any chance you are suffering from thyroid problems -- a condition that affects millions of people without them even realizing it -- then this workshop could literally change your life!
St. Paul’s 30th Annual Spring Concert will feature Rutter and Paulus in Westfield on May 1
Manhattan organist Andrew C. Henderson may be viewed as a giant among NY/NJ musicians, but he is also known to feel somewhat dwarfed by the majestic pipe organ at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Westfield. During past performances at St. Paul’s, of course, Henderson’s musical prowess and keyboard-pedal proficiency have attested to his imposing stature in the musical world. On Sunday, May 1st at 7PM at St. Paul’s, Henderson will again demonstrate this virtuosity in a performance of acclaimed composer Stephen Paulus’ Grand Concerto for Organ and Orchestra, with members of the award-winning New Jersey Symphony Orchestra. The performance, which will spearhead St. Paul’s 30th Annual Spring Concert, is expected to “bring the house down.”
Following Henderson, in a comforting spirit of harmony and peace befitting this special concert occasion, the St. Paul’s Parish Choir will be featured with NJ Symphony players in a performance of the blithe, beautiful and Bach-inspired Magnificat, composed in 1990 “for soprano…solo, mixed choir, and orchestra….” by popular British composer John Rutter.
Sopranos Carey Hackett and Julia Fernandez will share Magnificat’s solo soprano roles, which are sublimely sweet and lyrical. St. Paul’s Music Director Charles M. Banks will conduct the May 1st 7 PM event, to which the general public is cordially invited. This 30th Annual Spring Concert is made possible by the Friends of Music at St. Paul’s.
Guest performer Henderson is Director of Music and Organist at the Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church in New York City (2005-present). Stephen Paulus was a gifted, highly prolific American composer born in Summit, NJ in 1949. His death in 2014 was a great loss to peers and audiences alike, which is one reason why his Grand Concertowill be featured on the May 1st program at St. Paul’s.
Paulus, who won a posthumous Grammy Award in 2016, composed hundreds of pieces over a 40-year period for chorus, opera, orchestra, chamber ensemble, solo voice, concert band, piano, and organ. Most were commissioned. His Grand Concertopremiered in 2004, commissioned by the Dallas Symphony Orchestra for the Dallas International Organ Competition.
The Concerto has three movements: 1) ‘Vivacious and spirited,’ involving “animated lyrical exchanges with various orchestra principals,” 2) ‘Austere: foreboding,’ which includes “a gleaming quotation” of the hymn ‘Come, Come Ye Saints,’ a favorite of his father that Paulus typically inserted into his organ compositions, and 3) ‘Jubilant,’ described as “a thrilling showpiece of oscillating organ chords (played on multiple manuals) and fleet-footed pedal passages that…[give the organist]…an aerobic workout[!]” Notes St. Paul’s Music Director Banks, “Our May 1st concert audience is in for a treat!”
Composer John Rutter, whose Magnificat is featured in tandem with Grand Concerto on the May 1st program, is venerated on both sides of the Atlantic. Much in demand as a guest conductor and lecturer in Europe and the Americas, Rutter is the recipient of many awards for his musical gifts and services. On April 29, 2011, for example, the choir of Westminster Abbey sang ‘This Is The Day,’ Rutter’s inspirational anthem composed, by Royal invitation, for the marriage ceremony of Prince William and Catherine Middleton.
Rutter’s initial inspiration for Magnificat was Bach’s great masterpiece, Magnificat in D Major (1733, BVD243). Trying to follow in Bach’s footsteps, however, soon became a daunting, near impossible task, not only due to Bach’s elusive Baroque genius, but because the task conflicted with Rutter’s own desire to create a Magnificat “redolent of Mediterranean sunshine and celebration, evoking the spirit of the many exuberant festivals held throughout Europe in honor of the Virgin Mary.” Rutter’s resulting compositionhas a sweet, light, airy punch and is frequently carried to soft heights by the sopranos, high altos and soprano solo voices. This is far and away different from J.S. Bach’s deep throated, baritone-dominated masterpiece.
On the other hand, Rutter does follow liturgical tradition, as well as Bach’s format, to some extent. For example, Rutter’sMagnificat,wherein he offers an English singing version of Latin text in all but one movement, has seven canticle-like movements (vs. Bach’s 12): 1. Magnificat anima mea Dominum (My soul doth magnify the Lord.); 2. Of a Rose, a lovely Rose (sung in English from a 15th Century melody); 3. Quia fecit mihi magna (For he that is mighty hath magnified me); 4. Et Misericordia (And his mercy is on them that fear him); 5. Fecit potentiam (He hath showed strength…); 6. Esurientes implevit bonis (He has filled the hungry with good things…); and 7. Gloria Patri (Glory be to the Father…).
The word Magnificat, of course,isLatin for ‘My soul doth magnify the Lord.’ Also known as The Song of Mary or canticle (hymn) of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Magnificat is that part of Christian liturgy heard especially at Vespers and Evensong whose Biblical text is the hymn of the Virgin Mary in Luke 1:46–55. According to critic John Bawden, “The Magnificat has been set to music more often than any liturgical text other than the Mass itself, in settings that vary enormously in style and scale.” Rutter’s Magnificat is one of these special variations.
It was first premiered in Carnegie Hall (NYC) in May 1990, with Rutter himself conducting. Its UK première, in Coventry Cathedral, followed in 1991. To some, the piece has a Latin-American flair. To others, it sometimes suggests musical theater. Most audiences, however, find listening to Rutter’s Magnificat a delightful experience. That same experience is expected on Sunday, May 1st at 7 PM, when the St. Paul’s Parish Choir performs.
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church is located at 414 E. Broad Street (near Euclid Ave.) in Westfield. Tickets at the door are $20. Students and parking are free. Concert attendees are invited to a gala reception after the event. For more information, contact St. Paul’s Music Director Charles M. Banks at (908) 451-5082, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Westfield Memorial Library Partners with Hoopla Digital for Explanded Online and Mobile Access to Materials
(April 19, 2016) The Westfield Memorial announced that as of May 2, patrons will have online and mobile access to thousands of movies, television shows, music albums, eBooks, audiobooks and Comics, through a new partnership with hoopla digital (hoopladigital.com).
Westfield Memorial Library card holders can download the free hoopla digital mobile app on their Android or IOS device or visit hoopladigital.com to begin enjoying thousands of titles – from major Hollywood studios, record companies and publishers – available to borrow 24/7, for instant streaming or temporary downloading to their smartphones, tablets and computers.
“We strive to be an integral resource for our community,” said Library Director Phil Israel. “This is done through strategic partnerships like our new relationship with hoopla digital, which enables our community members to instantly stream thousands of new titles to their devices. The easy-to-use interface and elimination of late fees enables us to satisfy all of our patron’s needs in a modern way.”
Jeff Jankowski, founder and owner of hoopla digital, said, “With hoopla digital, it is our mission to empower the evolution of public libraries while helping them to meet the needs of the mobile generation. We’ve worked for years to create a best-in-breed service that is fun, fast and reliable. And we continue to secure content deals to expand our offering of popular and niche movies, TV shows, music, eBooks, audiobooks and Comics.”
Hoopla digital is a category-creating service that partners with public libraries across North America to provide online and mobile access to thousands of Movies, TV Shows, Music, eBooks, Audiobooks and Comics. With hoopla digital, patrons can borrow, instantly stream and download free dynamic content with a valid library card. All content is accessible via hoopla digital’s mobile app and online at www.hoopladigital.com. hoopla digital is a service of Midwest Tape – a trusted partner to public libraries for over 25 years.
Founded in 1879, the Westfield Memorial Library—the community’s destination for discovery and ideas—engages minds, entertains spirits and facilitates lifelong learning for people of all ages. Hours are 9:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday; 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Friday and Saturday; and 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. on Sunday. Beginning May 22, the library will be closed on Sundays.
For more information call 908.789.4090, visit the library’s website at www.wmlnj.org, and sign up for the monthly e-newsletter “Library Loop,” or stop by the library at 550 East Broad Street for a copy of the award-winning quarterly newsletter “Take Note.”
Westfield Foundation and Weiss Family Jazz Series Continues on May 4
(April 19, 2016) – On Wednesday, May 4 at 7:00 p.m., the Weiss Family Jazz Series will continue at the Westfield Memorial Library with a jazz trio from the Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University, the State University of New Jersey. The Library is located at 550 East Broad Street.
Established with a bequest to the Westfield Memorial Library Foundation, the Weiss Family Jazz Series commemorates longtime library patrons Joseph and Dorothy Weiss.
The May 4 trio includes students Jimmy Merchant on saxophone, John Nunez on guitar and Kyle Duppstadt on drums.
The Mason Gross School of the Arts is the flagship public arts conservatory of New Jersey. It is a community of artists—dancers, filmmakers, musicians, theater artists, and visual artists—who study, teach, create, perform, and exhibit. The mission of the school is to nurture creative talent and instill the insights and skills that future generations of arts professionals need to contribute to the creative and scholarly world.
The final performer in the Weiss Family Jazz Series for 2016 will be jazz singer Marlene Verplanck on October 5.
The program is free and open to Westfield Memorial Library and MURAL cardholders. (MURAL cardholders belong to libraries that are part of the Middlesex Union Reciprocal Agreement Libraries. Check our website to see if your library participates.) To register for the program, visit the library’s website at www.wmlnj.org, click on the Online Calendar, or call 908.789.4090 option 0.
“Leaving a legacy to the library through the Gifts Program or through a donation to the Foundation is a wonderful way to commemorate a loved one,” said Library Director Phil Israel. “Organizations and businesses can also participate. A gift from an organization means recognition for its accomplishments throughout the year, and a gift from a business is a unique way to recognize retirees, founding days, or other special events.”
For more information on the Gifts Program, contact Mr. Israel at 908.789.4090 extension 4119.
Founded in 1879, the Westfield Memorial Library—the community’s destination for discovery and ideas—engages minds, entertains spirits and facilitates lifelong learning for people of all ages. Hours are 9:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday; 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Friday and Saturday; and 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. on Sunday. The library will be closed on Sundays beginning May 22.
For more information call 908.789.4090, visit the library’s website at www.wmlnj.org, and sign up for the monthly e-newsletter “Library Loop,” or stop by the library at 550 East Broad Street for a copy of the award-winning quarterly newsletter “Take Note.”
Nikki Briar & The Sweetbriar Band will Entertain the Crowds at Girls' Night Out, May 5
Downtown Westfield Corporation is sponsoring entertainment during Westfield's Girls' Night Out on May 5. We are pleased that Nikki Briar & The Sweetbriar Band will be entertaining the crowds in the 105 Elm Street Park. Nikki is described as a taste of county, a lick of rock! This hot, sassy, country rocker will get your boots stompin and hands clappin, guaranteed!!! She has been named the East Coast’s hardest working female country artist as of 2011, sliding herself into the hearts of fans all over the nation and world! While performing over 220 shows a year, this Jersey Girl clearly has the heart of a country music superstar. Destined for Nashville! Don't miss this great performance and register for Girls' NIght Out at http://www.westfieldtoday.com/girlsnightout. #nikkibriar
Girls' Night Out is Returning to Westfield Thursday, May 5, 2016, 5-9pm
Ladies, it's that time again! Back by popular demand, Downtown Westfield Corporation is sponsoring Gilrs' Night Out. Discover unique shops, pamper yourself with trunk shows, special events, promotions, and complimentary refreshments as you stroll among the retailers in Downtown Westfield, NJ. Be one of the first 1,500 lucky ladies to register and receive a gift (a secret until arrival). Rain or shine. Don't miss it. Register Now!
Photographer and Photo Artist Charlann Meluso Exhibits at Gallery U, May 6 - June 2
Gallery U Boutique in Westfield is pleased to exhibit the work of award winning photographer and photo artist Charlann Meluso from May 6 - June 2, 2016, as part of their “Art In the Boutique” series. In her series, Flowers on Abstracts, Meluso combines her original flower photography with unique and complementary abstract backgrounds selected specifically for each individual image. An opening reception is scheduled for Friday, May 6, 2016, from 6-8 PM. Artwork will be exhibited through June 2, 2016.
Student Life: An Exhibition Celebrating the Talents of essex, Somerset & Union County High School Students
May 6 - June 6, 2016
Opening reception Friday, May 6, 2016, from 6-8 PM
Gallery U is also please to present “Student Life,” a special exhibition of artwork by high school students in Essex, Somerset and Union Counties. Participating students represent Arthur L. Johnson High School, Cranford High School, Millburn High School, Watchung Hills regional High School, and Westfield High School. This exhibition will act as a fundraiser with 50% of the proceeds to be paid to the student artist and 50% paid to their school art department. An opening reception for Student Life is scheduled for Friday, May 6, 2016, from 6:00-8:00 PM. All are welcome. Student Life will be on exhibit through June 6, 2016.
A Tour of Notable Homes, presented by the Friends of NJ Festival Orchestra, will be held Saturday May 7th from 10am-3pm. Distinguished homes representing a range of architectural influences and design sensibilities generously open their doors to benefit the NJ Festival Orchestra. Included in the self-guided tour are musical interludes, plant sale, refreshments, upscale raffles and - back by popular demand - a classic luxury automobile stationed at each location plus a "Drive Tesla for a Day" raffle. Tickets are $35 in advance, $40 on tour day. Purchase tickets online at www.njfestivalorchestra.org. Tickets are also available at Baron's Drugs and The Town Bookstore in Westfield.
Saul Drittel to Speak at the 9th Annual Hale Speaker Series at Westfield Memorial Library, May 11
Expand your mind through the 9th Annual Hale Speaker Series on Wednesday, May 11, 7pm-8:30pm as Saul Drittel, Westfield resident, longtime shop owner, and commerical real estate broker speaks about "Downtown Westfield -- A Time to Remember". Take a look back at the good old days in Westfield with a founding member of Main Street Westfield. Open to the public in the library meeting room, pre-registration required. Register online or call 908.789.4090, ext. 0. The Westfield Memorial Library is located at 550 E. Broad St. www.wmlnj.org
“Lincoln Center Local” continues at Westfield Memorial Library
(April 25, 2016) As a partner in the “Lincoln Center Local: Free Screenings Series,” the Westfield Memorial Library continues with the next Broadway-inspired performance, “Ring Them Bells! A Kander & Ebb Celebration,” on May 14 at 2:00 p.m. The library is located at 550 East Broad Street.
Rob Fisher’s lively tribute to the music and musicals created by John Kander and Fred Ebb stars Broadway’s Marin Mazzie, Jason Danieley, and two of Kander & Ebb’s best-known collaborators, Chita Rivera and Joel Grey. From Cabaret to Chicago to Kiss of the Spider Woman, Kander and Ebb’s work sparkles with wit even as it channels the deepest, sometimes darkest, reaches of the human heart.
Library Director Phil Israel said, “We are happy we can continue to bring world-class performances to the Library, as the first performances were so well attended. Our goal is to continue to enrich the lives of our patrons with high-quality arts programming in their own backyard.”
The next show on the 2016 schedule of Broadway-inspired shows is Patina Miller in Concert on July 9.
The Free Screening Series is generously funded through support from the Oak Foundation, Altman Foundation and Booth Ferris Foundation.
The screenings are free and open to Westfield Memorial Library and MURAL cardholders. (MURAL cardholders belong to the 43 libraries that are part of the Middlesex Union Reciprocal Agreement Libraries. Visit www.wmlnj.org and click on the “About Us” tab to see if your library participates.) To register for the program, visit the library’s website at www.wmlnj.org, click on the Online Calendar, or call 908.789.4090 option 0.
Founded in 1879, the Westfield Memorial Library—the community’s destination for discovery and ideas—engages minds, entertains spirits and facilitates lifelong learning for people of all ages. Hours are 9:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday; 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Friday and Saturday; and 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. on Sunday. As of May 22, the library will be closed on Sundays for the summer.
For more information about library programs and services, call 908.789.4090, visit the library’s website at www.wmlnj.org, and sign up for the monthly e-newsletter “Library Loop,” or stop by the library at 550 East Broad Street for a copy of the award-winning quarterly newsletter “Take Note.”
Jewish Film Festival to take place at the Rialto Theater, April 17 - May 17
The Jewish Film Festival of Central NJ is pleased to present five films this spring at the Rialto Theater, 250 E. Broad St. in Westfield, NJ. Screening begins April 19 and runs through May 17. All films start at 7:30pm.
Dough, Tuesday, April 19
A Borrowed Identity, April 26
The Last Mentsch, May 2
Theodore Bikel: In the Shoes of Sholom Aleichem, May 11
Remember, May 17
The series begins with Dough on Tuesday, April 19. Dough is a relevant, warmhearted and gently humorous story about overcoming prejudice and finding redemption in unexpected places. A Jewish baker is fighting to save his bakery and his Muslim apprentice tries to help him after he accidentally drops cannabis in the dough. You will find yourself cheering them on!
On Tuesday, April 26, A Borrowed Identity is presented, which tells of a gifted Palestinian Israeli boy who is given the chance to go to a prestigious Jewish boarding school in Jerusalem, but discovers that he will have to sacrifice his identity in order to be accepted. Faced with that, he must make a decision that will change his life forever.
Next up is The Last Mentsch on Monday, May 2. It’s about a man who escaped Auschwitz, only to exterminate his own Jewishness, as he recreates himself with a non-Jewish identity. The Last Mentsch is an emotional narrative of friendship and healing and explores the cost of forgetting the past and the power in remembering it.
The feature documentary is Theodore Bikel: In the Shoes of Sholom Aleichem showing on Wednesday, May 11. Author Sholom Aleichem created a litany of characters and stories that have brilliantly kept Yiddish culture alive. The foremost interpreter of this work is Theodore Bikel who breathes new life into Aleichem’s 19th and early 20th century tales of Eastern European life. According to The San Francisco Chronicle, “Bikel accentuates the positive.” This film is provided by the National Center for Jewish Film.
Closing night on Tuesday, May 17 features Remember, the story about a failing Holocaust survivor (Christopher Plummer) whose dying goal is to find a former Nazi who evaded justice and execute him. Robbie Colin from The Telegraph writes, “Plummer expresses Zev’s interior struggle with delicacy and dignified understatement…. As Zev closes in on his target you can almost hear the film’s clockwork clicking and whirring, until the story finally snaps shut on itself like a trap.”
Join for these interesting, thought-provoking films! For ticket pricing, visit www.jccnj.org. Single ticket and series ticket sales are both available. Advance ticket purchase is strongly recommended as screenings often sell out. Tickets can be purchased online at www.jccnj.org, by mail or in person at the JCC in Scotch Plains.
The JCC of Central New Jersey is located at 1391 Martine Avenue in Scotch Plains. The JCC of Central New Jersey is a constituent agency of the Jewish Federation of Greater MetroWest NJ, United Way of Greater Union County and the Westfield United Fund. Financial assistance is available for membership and various programs.
N Festival Orchestra Season Finale "Enter the Dragon", May 21 in Westfield
ENTER THE DRAGON
XIAN Yellow River Cantata featuring Karen Ho, soprano
DVORAK Symphony No. 9 "From the New World"
David Wroe Music Director and Conductor Shuang Guo Conductor Chinese American Music Ensemble Haiyun Chorus Xiang Yin Chorus Hua Xia Chorus New Jersey Festival Orchestra
The season concludes with two monumental masterpieces featuring Chinese choirs from New York and New Jersey. Xian’s Yellow River Cantata, with its famous "Ode to the Yellow River," is the undisputed champion of choral work in China, commemorating the seismic revolutionary events of the country’s recent history. Antonin Dvorak's Symphony No. 9, the awe-inspiring "New World Symphony" presents a magnificent homage to America. Musical solidarity, humanism and heroism heralding from opposite ends of the earth.
MINECRAFT “Rise of Heroes” Series at Rialto Theater Saturdays, April 30 – May 21
Calling All Gamers! On Saturday, April 30, Rialto Theater of Westfield will be transformed into a new MINECRAFT Gaming Series called “Rise of Heroes” where gamers compete on our big screen for a chance to win a $15,000 team scholarship.
MINECRAFT “Rise of Heroes” Series; Saturdays, April 30 – May 21:
· NEW super-hero themed gaming series where gamers play a variety of different Minecraft mods and maps on our big screen;
· Players compete for four consecutive Saturday mornings on our big screen against thousands of others in 80 theaters all over the world;
· Players team up testing their creativity, critical thinking and teamwork vying for prizes including a team $15,000 scholarship from Super League;
· After each week, players check the Super League Gaming Leaderboard to see where their points rank in the world standings;
· Our theater’s big screen gives a real-time bird’s eye view of up to 100 other avatars representing groups around the country, in addition to what players typically see on their personal screens,
DATE:Four Saturdays, Saturday, April 30 - May 21;
TIME: 10:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.;
TICKETS:Order Online only at SuperLeague.com/CARMIKE;
Holy Trinity is celebrating its 50th Anniversary. Join us for a very special NJ GreekFest this year-June 2,3,4,5, 2016. As with every festival, we'll have lots of food demonstrations, kafenion (cafe), dancing, music, oh and did I mention the food? For more info: email@example.com; 908-233-8533.
The Farmer's Market takes place every Saturday from June through October 8:30am – 1:30pm on the South Ave. Westfield Train Station. Enjoy Jersey Fresh produce and local culinary delights provided by a variety of vendors and farmers. Sponsored by Two River Community Bank.