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Bloomfield Recreation to host Black History Month pop up art show reception Feb. 19 at the Bloomfield Civic Center with gallery open through Feb. 26
Councilman Ted Gamble

Bloomfield Recreation is accepting submissions for their Women’s History Month art gallery on the theme of healing and hope, applications can be submitted online
Bloomfield Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Affairs

N.J.’s COVID hospitalizations drops below 1,400 for the first time since Dec. 6 in but Omicron persists with 1,064 reported dead in first two weeks of February

138k eligible N.J. families didn’t receive expanded federal child tax credit, missing out on up to $3,600 in aid as those who don’t normally file taxes urged to do so, including families with undocumented adults

Local News

Bloomfield Recreation to host pizza and paint event featuring art style of Takashi Murakami, Feb. 21, ages 13+
Bloomfield Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Affairs

Bloomfield Public Library will host Read and Craft with Brady the library dog Feb.19, on first come first serve basis with masks required
Bloomfield Public Library

Bloomfield High School to host fundraiser at Burgers Grilled Right Feb. 19
BGR Bloomfield

Bloomfield Soccer Club seeks players for in-town Little Cleats soccer team for ages 3-5
Bloomfield Soccer Club

East Orange Public Library to host musicians Jasphere and Gene Chee Quartet on Feb. 18 and Feb. 25 as part of their Tunes at Noon series with performances streamed on Facebook
East Orange Public Library

Other News

Early research into COVID’s long-term impact suggests 1 in 10 infections may develop symptoms of chronic fatigue

N.J. businesses are advised that customers with service dogs cannot be barred from service

Investigation launched after Bridgewater police tackle, handcuff Black teen, leave white assailant unrestrained after responding to fight