Local elected officials from Essex County, Livingston, Maplewood, Montclair, and West Caldwell joined more than 1,000 people from the Greater MetroWest community for the Super Sunday phonathon in Whippany and Scotch Plains, which raised $2,377,670 for people in need. Volunteers made calls, enjoyed stories and music, shopped for Hanukah, donated food, blood, and medicine, and brought and wrapped gifts for victims of Hurricane Sandy and other less fortunate community members.
MetroWest Phonathon Raises $2.37 Million for the Needy
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By THE RED LIGHT BANDMay 11, 2017
CALDWELL, NJ — The Red Light Band, a Livingston-based jam band, is set to perform at Ringside Pub in Caldwell on Saturday, May 13. Known for its musical improvisations and potent guitar riffs, the band will perform classic rock favorites from The Grateful Dead, Eric Clapton, Phish, Pink Floyd and others.
Featuring Marco Anzalone and Matt Sternthal on guitar, Adam Bird on bass, ...
By ARCHANA CHIPLUNKARMay 9, 2017
LIVINGSTON, NJ — Learn what's in, what's out, how long gray colors will be in style, what are some upcoming trends and more at a free program by Cindy Gelormini, a Benjamin Moore color expert, home staging consultant and real estate agent, on Wednesday, June 7 at 7 p.m. at the Livingston Public Library.
Gelormini will address how to choose paint colors, ...
By GIRLS ON THE RUNMay 2, 2017
LIVINGSTON, NJ - Girls on the Run New Jersey East invites the public to its upcoming Girls at the Green Golf & Dinner Invitational - “Empowering Women Through Golf,” to be hosted by AEPG® Wealth Strategies on Thursday, May 11 at Cedar Hill Golf & Country Club in Livingston.
Kevin Cummings, President and CEO of Investors Bank, will be honored for his dedication to the ...
By LIVINGSTON SOCCER CLUBApril 25, 2017
LIVINGSTON, NJ — Registration for Livingston Soccer Club's (LSC) fall programs is now open.
LSC offers an instructional Kinderkickers program for Pre-K and Kindergarteners. Its in-town soccer program is open to boys and girls from first grade through ninth grade and includes a co-ed program for 10th-through-12th graders.
Register online ...
By TOWNSHIP OF LIVINGSTONApril 24, 2017
LIVINGSTON, NJ – All Livingston residents are invited to celebrate the township’s annual Arbor Day tree planting at 10 a.m. on Friday, April 28, near the Gazebo on Memorial Oval.
“Each year, we celebrate Arbor Day by planting Weeping Cherry Trees, which typically flower in May,” said Department of Public Works Superintendent Mike Anello. “The branches of these ...
By FRIENDS OF THE LIVINGSTON LIBRARYApril 24, 2017
The Friends of the Livingston Library’s “Take A Chance on the Library” Raffle & Auction will end on April 27. The event offers members of the community the opportunity to bid on nearly two dozen items and purchase 50/50 cash raffle tickets in support of the Livingston Library. The public is invited to join Friends on Thursday, April 27 at 1PM in the ...
By TOWNSHIP OF LIVINGSTONApril 18, 2017
LIVINGSTON, NJ – The Health Department of the Township of Livingston is hosting a “Brunch and Learn” discussion on “Holistic Stress Management,” presented by the Saint Barnabas Senior Health Improvement Program (SBSHIP), on Friday.
The talk will be held at Town Hall, 357 S. Livingston Avenue, beginning at 10:30 a.m. Light refreshments will be ...