Friday, June 28th 5-7pm
$10 per person donation
Light food and spirits
RSVP by June 24th to Kim Wolf at 908-654-5200.
We are also seeking gi basket donations. Promote your business!
A benefit for Alzheimer’s New Jersey!
The Borough of Roselle Park presents the 19th “National Night Out” on Tuesday, August 6, 2019, from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at Michael Mauri Gazebo Park, Chestnut Street.
National Night Out is a community-building event that aims to include everyone in Roselle Park. The event is sponsored by the Roselle Park Police Department’s Neighborhood Watch program, a group that wants to do more than just crime prevention, but instead create a “community network to provide a safer place to live.”
The Roselle Park Police Department, Fire Department, and Union County EMS invite you and your family to learn about safety. Some of the safety topics will be bike, water, crime, and fire safety. You can also enjoy live music, games, and free giveaways. Police cars and trucks, as well as fire trucks will join the National Night Out, so that children can learn more about the vehicles.
The evening should truly be an affair for the whole family to enjoy. Do not forget to turn your porch light on that evening to show your support against crime.
For more information, please call Detective Rich Cocca at 908-245-6187 or [email protected].
Bring the KIDS to The Chelsea at Fanwood for Pumpkin Decorating!
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25TH
3:30 PM – 5:00 PM
EVERYTHING IS SUPPLIED!
RSVP BY OCT. 21, 908-654-5200. LIMITED SEATING.
Join Representative Malinowski for a presentation on what seniors need to know before filing their 2019 taxes. The workshop will feature various resources and programs seniors can use to prepare their taxes before the April deadline.
The Congressman’s constituent services representatives will also be in attendance to provide assistance to anyone struggling with IRS, Social Security, or Medicare issues.
When: Saturday, February 22nd, from 10:00 am to 11:30 am.
Where: Chisholm Community Center, 100 S. Springfield Ave, Springfield, NJ 07081
RSVP: If you’re interested in attending, please call 908-547-3307 or click here to RSVP!
STEM principles as they relate to solving Crime Scenes are examined. Students will learn how to identify and classify fingerprints, lift fingerprints, cast footprints. They will also learn about DNA, Trajectory and the math associated with solving bullet trajectory and blood splatter, and so much more. This class is taught by current or recently retired Police Detectives.