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Greener Bloomfield to host Earth Day celebration in library courtyard Apr. 23 with free tree seedlings, garden seeds, information on composting, native plants, and pollinator gardening
Greener Bloomfield

Morris Canal Greenway Society is hosting a three mile historical hike following path of the canal from Oakeside Cultural Center to Wrights Field and back Apr. 23 with pregistration required
Community contribution on Morris Canal Greenway

Montclair League of Women Voters is hosting a cleanup of Eagle Rock Reservation on Apr. 23
Montclair Local

Essex County Environmental Center is hosting an Earth Day celebration on Apr. 23 with nature walks, presentations from master gardeners, beekeepers, and a live animal show from Essex County Zoo planned
Essex County Environmental Center

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Registration is open for the Oct. 30 Bloomfield Spirit 5k run-walk benefiting Mt. Olivet Cemetery
Spirit Run

Sugaring NYC waxing salon opened on Apr. 20 at their 56 Broad St location with appointments available online
Community contribution Citizens of Bloomfield

Bloomfield library’s Monday Night Book Club’s next meeting is May 2 with the current selection, “Long Bright River,” available at the adult circulation desk
Bloomfield Public Library

New rent control law in Montclair: 2+ unit dwellings built after 2008 can raise rents 6% if no increase has occurred since 2020 as new annual rent increases capped at 4% for most tenants and 2.5% for seniors
Montclair Local

Montclair’s Human Needs Food Pantry seeks donations of diapers in sizes 4-6 and baby wipes
Human Needs Food Pantry of Montclair

East Orange YMCA is hosting a job fair Apr. 26 with up to $500 sign on bonus for some positions
City of East Orange

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Applications are open for N.J.’s federally funded program to help low-income households reduce the balances they have on their residential water and wastewater bills
N.J. Division of Housing and Community Resources

U.S. Justice Department filed an appeal seeking to overturn district judge’s order voiding federal mass transit mask mandate after CDC request
The Associated Press