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Bloomfield Center’s restaurant week will run from Sep. 28 to Oct. 2 with live entertainment, giveaways, and special menus from local restaurants
Bloomfield Center Alliance

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Bloomfield craft group is hosting a DIY book witches craft night at the civic center on Sep. 28 with preregistration required
Bloomfield Craft Group

Bloomfield High School’s Homecoming Dance is Oct. 1 in the main gym with students able to purchase tickets during free period on Sep. 28
Community contribution from Bloomfield Pulse

Leap-ei in Bloomfield to host introduction to printmaking classes for children age 4-7 running from Sep. 28 to Nov. 2 with all materials provided, preregistration required

Bloomfield is hiring a part-time kennel attendant for the animal control offices with resumes and cover letters accepted by email
Township of Bloomfield

Fairview Elementary School’s back-to-school night will be Sep. 29 with parents able to meet their child’s teacher, learn about their school day and curriculum
Fairview Home and School Association

Watsessing HSA will have an informational table set up at back-to-school-night on Sep. 29 for parents to learn more about the HSA and how to get involved
Watsessing Home and School Association

Out Montclair is hosting a teen back-to-school sneaker decorating party on Sep. 29 at Union Congregational Church in Montclair with light refreshments included, participants asked to sneakers or canvas items to decorate
Out Montclair

Newark-area residents will be at greater risk of cardiovascular disease, respiratory illness, and cancers as more heat waves become more intense, air quality worsens around heat islands due to climate change
NJ Spotlight News

Essex County Environmental Center to host Dinosaur Discovery Family Field trip on Sep. 29 for children age 4+ with a one-mile hike from Locust Ave. in Roseland and preregistration required
Essex County Environmental Center

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N.J. climate change report warns of increased deaths from extreme weather events, population displacement from coastal cities like Newark and Jersey City amid more frequent flooding, building and utility line destabilization as sea levels rise
NJ Spotlight News