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Honoring Veteran’s Day in New Brunswick 2013

The Veterans Alliance of Raritan Valley, the City of New Brunswick, Borough of Highland Park and Middlesex County Veteran’s Advisory Council invite the community to line the streets in honor of our Veterans at the Veteran’s Day parade, Monday, November 11, 2013 starting in Highland Park at 11 am and marching from Raritan Avenue, Highland […]

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Women Aware’s New Housing for Domestic Violence Survivors

Mayor Cahill joined Women Aware Executive Director Phyllis Adams and Board President Joe Camarota to cut the ribbon on Women Aware’s new supportive needs housing for survivors of domestic violence. This 3-unit project, partially funded with HOME funds from New Brunswick City Government, is the first permanent housing in the area for domestic violence survivors. It […]

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Elijah’s Promise Event — 5th Annual Turkey Trot!

  Elijah’s Promise 2013 Trot Walk … Raising funds for meals at the Soup Kitchen Elijah’s Promise 5th Annual Turkey Trot Walk Sunday, November 3rd Buccleuch Park, New Brunswick (easy parking)1 pm – 2 pm Registration & Entertainment 2 pm – 2:30 pm Walk (our easy  family friendly & handicap accessible walk is full of delicious […]

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Affordable Care Act Meeting for New Brunswick Residents

New Brunswick residents interested in learning more about the Affordable Care Act can attend a special information session covering all aspects of the Act on Wednesday, October 23, 2013, in the Auditorium of the New Brunswick Middle School, 1125 Livingston Avenue beginning at 7:00 p.m. New Brunswick Mayor James Cahill said the City is actively […]

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Check Out: This Weekend’s New Brunswick Events Listing!

Here’s what’s happening in the Hub City this weekend…   Oktoberfest at Suydam Farms, Saturday, Oct. 19th The Promise Culinary School, Suydam Farms & the PALE ALES present… OKTOBERFEST Saturday, October 19th from 6 pm to 9 pm at Suydam Farms Register Now (space is limited to 150 people) An Evening of Local Brew and Seasonal […]

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The Center for Latino Arts and Culture at Rutgers and the Library Host an Exhibition

The Center for Latino Arts and Culture at Rutgers, the State University and the New Brunswick Free Public Library are hosting an exhibition going on now through October 25, 2013. Produced by the Centro Académico y Cultural San Pablo in Oaxaca, Mexico,  the exhibition focuses on a historically significant 16th Century map. This map details, in pictographic form, […]

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