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Bloomfield Food Truck and Music Festival will take place on Jun. 10 at St. Thomas the Apostle School near Brookdale Park
St. Thomas the Apostle School

Bloomfield Middle School has free online tutoring sessions available for students Monday and Wednesday nights
Bloomfield Public Schools

Essex County businesses registered as minority or woman-owned can apply for a free six-month advertising campaign and marketing consultation from NJ.com with applications due Apr. 17

U.S. Rep. Mikie Sherrill seeks 15 community projects from Bloomfield and other NJ-11 district residents to pitch for federal funding
Montclair Patch

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Fairview Elementary School’s fourth grade gifted and talented team placed first in the state Law Fair competition
Bloomfield Public Schools

Local Small Biz Popup to host “Trap and Paint” in Belleville Apr. 3 featuring art class, music, food and drink vendors
Local Small Biz Popup

Bloomfield Symphony Orchestra will perform their next concert on Apr. 10 at Bloomfield Middle School
Bloomfield Symphony Orchestra

YMCA of Montclair has job openings for summer camp positions including camp director, group director, and camp counselors
YMCA of Montclair

Montclair library will host author Ben Raines, associate history and African American Studies professor Sowande’ Mustakeem to discuss “The Last Slave Ship,” book about last shipment of enslaved people from Africa to Alabama, on Apr. 7

East Side Mags in Montclair is hosting their first signing of 2022 with comic book authors Rich Douek and Matt Miner on Apr. 9
East Side Mags

Nutley Relay for Life to host chalk art festival to benefit American Cancer Society Apr. 9 in Memorial Park 1
TAPinto Nutley

Essex County Family Day will include crafts, petting farm, paddle boats, and other entertainment in Branch Brook Park on Apr. 9 as part of county’s cherry blossom festival
Essex County Parks

Essex County’s household hazardous waste collection day is May 7 with residents invited to bring items like herbicides, oil-based paints, batteries, and propane tanks to the Essex County Public Works building in Cedar Grove
Essex County

Other News

Irvington will drop lawsuit filed against 82-year-old resident over frequency of public record requests after national press coverage, ACLU involvement

Gov. Murphy tests positive for COVID after a regularly scheduled test and will cancel in-person events, isolate for five days
Mendham-Chester Patch