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Bloomfield’s New Light Baptist Church to host community das near Clark’s Pond with free food, clothes, school supplies, and entertainment Aug. 27
New Light Baptist Church

ICYMI: Bloomfield families with students in PreK-8 students can register to receive a free backpack, school supplies at township’s Back to School Party with food, games, and music at Felton Field Aug. 28
Township of Bloomfield

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Bloomfield recreation partners with Bloomfield Cruisers to host first responder-themed car show at Universal Technical Institute campus Aug. 24
Bloomfield Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Affairs

Bloomfield Center Alliance to host food tour Aug. 27 featuring 4 downtown restaurants, owner and chef meet-and-greets
Bloomfield Center Alliance

Bloomfield Center Alliance is hosting a walking food tour of Bloomfield’s downtown Aug. 27 starting in Lackawanna Plaza with preregistration required
Bloomfield Center Alliance

St. Valentine’s Church in Bloomfield is hosting a flea market and antiques sale on Aug. 27 with vendor space available on a first-come, first-served day-of with 50-100 vendors expected
St. Valentine’s Church

East Side Mags in Montclair is hosting a comic book signing with Alexia Veldhuidsen author of “47 Furious Tails,” a retelling of the Japanese story of 47 Ronin on Aug. 27
East Side Mags

Branch Brook Park’s Shakil Williams playground to see 16th annual community health event held by Shakil Williams Memorial Fund Aug. 27 featuring free music, food, giveaways
Branch Brook Park Alliance

“The Walking Dead” spinoff “Isle of Dead” to film near Newark’s Broad St. Station
Newark Patch

Other News

N.J. disability law firm to host free virtual back-to-school workshop Aug. 25 for parents of students with IEP, 504, or other accommodation
Community contribution on Bloomfield SEPAC

N.J. has paid $69M to settle wrongful death claims from COVID in state’s veterans’ homes, admits no wrongdoing as federal investigation continues
NJ Spotlight News