Where 2 Next Series: Cultural Wonders of Europe Virtual Tour

Join Nish Verma, Cruise Planners Travel Advisor, with his travel partners, for a virtual trip back in time to Europe. But, this isn't just any ordinary trip. This collection of luxe adventures lets you engage in more authentic experiences across Europe carefully cultivated for the most discerning traveler. And with no request too extravagant and no detail left unattended you are free to vacation without limits. Discover the storied tales of its castles, and indulge in the rich history of each unique town. From London to Paris, Milan to Barcelona, each destination holds a key to the past, and your future adventure. Come experience Europe.

Save the date: Dec 3 at 5:00PM ET

Register here: https://www.letsglobetrot.com/event/w2nluxeurope

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  1. nish.verma@cruiseplanners.com
Thu, December 03
5:00 pm — 6:00 pm
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Join Nish Verma, Cruise Planners Travel Advisor, with his travel partners, for a virtual trip back in time to Europe. But, this isn't just any ordinary trip. This collection of luxe adventures lets you engage in more authentic experiences across Europe carefully cultivated for the most discerning traveler. And with no request too extravagant and no detail left unattended you are free to ...

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Berkeley Heights Diversity Council Offers Service Opportunities for 6th Annual BHDC Martin Luther King Jr Day of Service

January 13, 2021

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - To honor the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, the Berkeley Heights Diversity Council encourages everyone to use this day as an opportunity to give back to their community and live out his commitment to service & community. If you are looking for ways to give back locally, please check out the volunteer opportunities compiled by the BHDC.

“Martin ...

8 Ways to Navigate The Emotional Toll of Coronavirus

Coronavirus has taken its toll on everyone. From fears to frustrations, people are physically and mentally exhausted. In yoga and counseling sessions, people express anxiety, fatigue, grief, anger, annoyance, helplessness and even hopelessness. Everyone feels something about our situation during quarantine. 

Then…our children’s schools went full remote spring of 2020. Now if ...

Union County Offers Online Activities for Residents with Disabilities and Special Needs

January 16, 2021

Classes are available for children, teens and adults.

The Union County Board of County Commissioners is pleased to announce a new schedule of online classes for Union County residents this winter, hosted by the Union County Office for Persons with Disabilities & Special Needs. The schedule currently includes yoga, karate, and arts-and-crafts.

“The virtual classes are a fun way to ...

Berkeley Heights Diversity Council and Berkeley Heights School District Hosted First Listening Session in November. Informative, Insightful, Inspiring.

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, NJ - Thank you to all who joined the Berkeley Heights Diversity Council and the Berkeley Heights Schools/BOE on November 18 for our first Community Listening Session focused on Diversity and Inclusion in the Berkeley Heights Schools.   As many of you shared that night, we agree that it was a great opportunity for open community dialogue.  We strongly believe that ...

Two Union County Parks Get Spruced Up through “Adopt-a-Park” Volunteer Program 

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Last Chance to Register for Free Virtual Panel Discussion Featuring Distinguished COVID-19 Experts

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The panel, presented by Atlantic Health System and moderated by Communications Consultant Bruno Tedeschi, will feature Dr. Michelle Cholankeril, ...

Inside Look into Appointing a Police Chief

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It is with deep sadness that I announce the retirement of our Police Chief, John DiPasquale, who has served our community so honorably as Chief over the last 7 years and in the BHPD for the last 25 years. 

With the retirement of our Chief, Berkeley Heights will be losing a visionary who has created a Department that is respected and an integral part of our community.  The appointment ...

A message regarding Special Meeting on January 13, 2021

It is disappointing for me to write about an unfortunate turn of events that occurred regarding the Township Council’s Special Meeting tonight.  

On Monday January 11th, Mayor Devanney called for an urgent and unscheduled meeting for Wednesday January 13th.  The meeting was an executive session pertaining to personnel matters regarding the Berkeley Heights Police ...

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At a Board of Education meeting on Thursday, January 7th a public statement was made by a Township resident during the public comment period relative to ...

Mayor’s Corner: December 2020, Final of 2020!

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Congresswoman Calls for Arlington Cemetery Burial for Officer Brian Sicknick

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