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On Sept. 19, organizers from the City of New Brunswick, Rutgers University and Middlesex County want you to think differently about public spaces.
Sept. 19 is Park(ing) Day, an initiative that for one day transforms metered parking spaces on roads worldwide into public parks. The purpose of this project is to spur discussion about the creation and use of public space in a community, especially in urban centers.
From 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sept. 19, 49-55 Bayard St. will be transformed into a public park, open for all.
Participating partners include Rutgers Landscape Architecture, NJ ASLA Student Chapter, Middlesex County Planning, The New Brunswick Food Alliance Walk Bloustein/Bike Bloustein/The Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy and the City of New Brunswick.
The New Brunswick Community Food Alliance invites the public to taste delicious, locally grown fruits and vegetables at a potluck event from 6-8:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 29 in the community room of the Robert Wood Johnson Fitness and Wellness Center, 101 Kirkpatrick St. “Harvesting Healthy Recipes: Sharing Our Bounty With the Community” will be hosted […]
“Harvesting Healthy Recipes: Sharing Our Bounty With the Community” will be hosted by the Community Engagement Workgroup of the New Brunswick Community Food Alliance on Sept. 29 in the community room of the Robert Wood Johnson Fitness and Wellness Center
Healthy dishes made with locally grown fruits and vegetables will be served and discussed.
Attendance is free, but volunteers are sought to bring a potluck dish to share or assist with cleanup and serving. Those who wish to bring a dish are encouraged to use fruits and vegetables from their own gardens or local farmers markets, if possible.
Volunteers may register by clicking here.
The New Brunswick Community Food Alliance met to dine and discuss labor issues at its October 30 Policy Potluck at the Unity Square Community Center. Hosted by the Food Alliance’s policy work group, the event, titled “Food, Labor and Social Justice,” brought community residents together for a homemade meal while discussing issues related to fair […]
The New Brunswick Community Food Alliance invites the community to its 2015 Winter Food Forum from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 10 at Lord Stirling Community School. The Food Alliance is a group of volunteers made up of residents, businesses, nonprofits and students working together to tackle issues of healthy food access, healthy […]
The New Brunswick Community Food Alliance will hold a regular meeting on February 9 at the Robert Wood Johnson Fitness and Wellness Center. It is open to the public.
The Food Alliance is a group of volunteers that design policies and programs aimed at improving New Brunswick’s food system. For more information visit www.nbfood.org.
The New Brunswick Community Food Alliance will host a film screening and discussion of the movie “A Place at the Table” in honor of Black History Month.
The screening will take place at Crossroads Theatre Company. It is free and open to the public