HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ - Another annual event has fallen victim to the ongoing health crisis as the Hasbrouck Heights Regional Chamber of Commerce has re-scheduled the annual Street Fair until 2021, it announced at its August meeting online.
Members of the Executive Board made the decision out of caution due to the ongoing COVID-19 health crisis. Governor Phil Murphy has limited the number of attendees at outdoor events to 500. It was originally scheduled for Sunday, June 7, but had been re-scheduled to Sunday, October 11
"We realize that that everyone looks forward to the Street Fair each year," said Ray Vorisek, president of the Chamber. "But out of an abundance of caution for the health and safety of the guests and vendors, the Chamber is postponing the event until next June."
The date for the 2021 Street Fair is Sunday, June 6. Additional information will be provided early next year.
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