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Happenings this Week in the City of Elizabeth


ELIZABETH, NJ - Do you what is happening this week in Elizabeth? Here is a list by Mayor Bollwage’s office of events happening around the City.

Tuesday, June 19 - Completion Ceremony 

(11 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., 40 West Jersey Street, Elizabeth) - The completion ceremony of the NJ Youth Corps of Elizabeth at the Union County College Kellogg Building. 

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Wednesday, June 20 - Grand Opening of Elizabeth Health Center

(10 a.m. to Noon, 1171 Elizabeth Avenue, Elizabeth) - The grand opening and ribbon cutting of the new Elizabeth Health Center. 

Senior Prom 

(11 a.m. - 3 p.m., 618 Salem Avenue, Elizabeth) Mayor Bollwage will attend a Senior Prom, hosted by the City’s Office on Aging. The event will be held at the O’Donnell Dempsey Center. 

Thursday, June 21

Soft Serve with an Officer

(5 p.m. to 6 p.m., 300 Williamson Street, Elizabeth) - Soft Serve with an Officer. An event where residents can meet and speak with police officers from the Elizabeth Police Department while enjoying free ice cream from Magic Fountain Ice Cream and Grill. 

Saturday, June 23 

Third Ward Playstreets

(10 a.m. to 12 p.m., Fernwood Terrace between Highland and Vista Avenues, Elizabeth) - Mayor Bollwage will join Third Ward Councilman Kevin Kiniery and community members at the Third Ward Playstreets celebration. This family-friendly event is recommended for ages 6 through 14 and will include a morning of games, raffles, giveaways and more. It is sponsored by Mayor Bollwage, The City of Elizabeth, Councilman Kevin Kiniery and Shaping Elizabeth. For more information, contact 908-820-4051. is Elizabeth’s free daily news source. Sign up for our daily eNews and follow us on Facebook at and Twitter @TAPElizabeth. 

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