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Nov. 9 Bloomfield weather: Sunny to partly cloudy with a high of 57 F and a low of 40 F.

Bloomfield recreation plans a veterans’ resource fair Nov. 12 at Bloomfield High School with employment and networking opportunities, social services, representatives from veteran agencies available, light breakfast served
Bloomfield Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Affairs

Bloomfield Baseball Association plans fall 2022 season championship series Nov. 11-13 at Bloomfield’s Wrights Field
Bloomfield Baseball Association

Essex County’s Codey Arena will have open ice skating hours for children and adults Nov. 10-11 with skate rental available during school closures due to teachers’ convention
Essex County Executive Joseph N. DiVincenzo, Jr.

Bloomfield High School’s theater program plans dinner fundraiser at Bloomfield’s Town Pub on Nov. 10
Bloomfield Public Schools

Bloomfield’s LK-Yoga plans pop-up yoga class for children age 5-12 on Nov. 11 with free pass for guests, partner yoga session, games, songs, and a take-home craft

Bloomfield’s Lion Gate park and urban wetland floodplain creation project to be honored at New Jersey Future’s Smart Growth Awards on Nov. 10 for sustainability and reducing flood risk in Northern Bloomfield
Essex News Daily

Bloomfield-based Pre-K teacher RitDalis Negron plans meet and greet to celebrate launch of her Christmas coloring book at Leap-ei in Bloomfield on Nov. 11 with coloring activities for children, coloring books available for purchase
Community contribution on Bloomfield Pulse

YMCA of Montclair plans an appreciation breakfast for veterans on Nov. 10 at the Park St. YMCA in Montclair with preregistration required
YMCA of Montclair

Out Montclair plans a performance of “The Spitfire Grill” on Nov. 11 at Montclair’s Vanguard Theater with tickets available for purchase online
Out Montclair

New Jersey Center of the Performing Arts in Newark received a $5M grant from Essex County to build the Essex County Green outdoor programming space in Newark’s Chambers Plaza
Essex County Executive Joseph DiVincenzo, Jr.

Other News

N.J. residents who experienced problems voting should call the Division of Elections’ voting information assistance line or the Attorney General’s Office of Public Integrity and Accountability

N.J. residents can apply to get free Lyft rides to new jobs, job interviews and training, criminal expungement services, and to pick up donated Internet hotspots with Lyft’s partnership with Indeed, Goodwill, and United Way