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Fun, Fundraisers and Friday Night Lights

Fun, Fundraisers and Friday Night Lights for Edison Credits: Marc Krauss

EDISON, NJ – If you’re looking for something to do this weekend, then check what’s going on around town in Edison.

Friday September 12

Start the weekend off by going to the first home game of the varisty football season for Edison. J. P. Stevens and Bishop Ahr High Schools.

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The Edison Eagles take on Monroe at 7 p.m.

Edison High School Football

The J. P. Stevens Hawks take on Sayreville Memorial at 7 p.m.

J.P. Stevens High School Football

The Bishop Ahr Trojans take on Colonia at 7 p.m.

Bishop Ahr Football

Saturday, September 13

Mayor Tom Lankey and the Municipal Council invites everyone to Edison’s 22nd Annual Edison Fall Family Spectacular along Amboy Avenue in historic down town Clara Barton. From 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., Enjoy an entire fun filled day featuring live music, craft vendors, beer garden, festival foods, a petting zoo, amusement rides and always popular classic car and motorcycle show

“Concert For A Cure” In Memory of Janice Lopez of Edison.  Join the Lopez family as they continue the fight to find cure for Ovarian cancer. Special guest, Miss NJ USA, Emily Shah will MC the concert.

Diamond Gloves Boxing Benefit for St. Jude Research Hospital comes to Edison. Get ringside seats for a knockout of an evening.

Sunday, September 14

Finish the weekend off by attending the 2014 Miss Pakistan World Pageant for the first time in the U.S.


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