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What's On Tap This Week: Award Nights, Primary Elections, and The Nerds Headline Week's Events

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HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ -  What will TAPinto Hasbrouck Heights/Wood-Ridge and Teterboro be featuring in the week ahead?

Ease into the week with Fly Fishing at the Hasbrouck Heights Public Library on Monday.  

Well, Tuesday is the primary election, where voters can decide who be their political parties nominees in the November elections.  TAPinto will have coverage Wednesday of the winners and losers, and a preview of what the November elections will look like.

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Wood-Ridge residents, after they cast their ballots, will have the opportunity to attend the Spring Concert at the High School.

Wednesday, the Hasbrouck Height Chamber of Commerce is having its monthly meeting, back at Hasbrouck Heights Library at 8 am.   The Hasbrouck Heights Parent of Athletes Year-End awards dinner will be held at the Elan in Lodi.

Thursday, there will be a special Hasbrouck Heights Board Of Education meeting and a Scholarship Awards Night.  In Wood-Ridge, there will be an Academic Achievement Night at the high school.

Police from both Hasbrouck Heights and Wood-Ridge will take part in the Special Olympic Torch Run on Friday morning.  

Saturday and Sunday, recreation track athletes from both Wood-Ridge and Hasbrouck Heights will be heading to Plainfield for the USATF-NJ Junior Olympics Championships.

The Nerds will headline Wood-Ridge Town Day on Sunday.  The event will run from 2 pm to 7 pm on Valley Boulevard, and feature rides, for a tiki bar and performance from The Nerds, New Jersey's Top cover band since 1986.  Covering songs from Bon Jovi to Barry White, Flo Rida to Benny Goodman to Queen, you never know what song they will be playing. 

Sunday morning, Hasbrouck Heights Little League will host its 8th annual 8U Girls Softball Tournament at the Little League complex.   

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