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Bloomfield library is kicking off its kids’ summer reading program “Ocean of Possibilities” with magician Steve Woyce on June 27 in the library theater
Bloomfield Public Library

Bloomfield library’s summer reading program begins Jun. 28 and runs to Aug. 12 with stories and snacks on Mondays, games and crafts at the farmers market Tuesdays, bilingual stories and snacks Wednesdays and fun with firefighters on Fridays
Bloomfield Public Library

Bloomfield households making up to $100k annually may qualify for New Jersey’s youth summer camp financial assistance program
N.J. Department of Human Services

Bloomfield High School’s Class of 2022 graduates Jun. 23 at Foley Field
TAPinto Bloomfield

Local News

Bloomfield resident John Masi had his photographs of historic buildings in Newark featured in the Society of Commercial Archeology’s Road Notes magazine
Community contribution from Citizens of Bloomfield

There will be a multi-family yard sale on Jamie Ct. in Bloomfield Jun. 25
Community contribution from Bloomfield Pulse

Parent of former Montclair Middle School student is suing the district over claims of racist bullying over two years

Studio Montclair is celebrating its 25th anniversary with its “State of the Art 2022” art show at their new location at 642 Bloomfield Ave. from Jun. 26 to Aug. 12
Montclair Local

Essex County Environmental Center’s Butterfly Tent Safari to run from Jul. 16-30 by appointment only
Essex County Environmental Center

Essex County to host free fireworks display, concert by Diana Ross tribute performer Lady Supreme Jun. 28 in Newark’s Weequahic Park
Essex County Executive Joseph DiVincenzo

Other News

Rutgers scientists are asking the public to send in photographs of ticks they find in order to track population and help prevent illnesses
Rutgers University

Union representing NJ Transit train engineers agrees to temporary ban on work stoppages after N.J. sued following Jun. 17 action over contract delays

N.J. officials say recent Wharton State Forest wildfire was largest in 15 years, started by illegal campfire
New Jersey Monitor