HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ - The 2020 Hasbrouck Heights Street Fair has been re-scheduled for early October, it was announced at the Hasbrouck Heights Mayor and Council meeting Tuesday evening.
Councilman Ron Kistner announced that he had spoken with Ray Vorisek, president of the Hasbrouck Heights Regional Chamber of Commerce, earlier in the day. Kistner said the annual event will be tentatively moved to the Sunday of Columbus Day weekend, Sunday, October 11.
Vorisek confirmed that the event is tentatively re-scheduled for that Sunday, pending the lifting of Governor Phil Murphy's stay at home executive order and approval from local government and authorities.
The Hasbrouck Heights Regional Chamber of Commerce is the sponsor of the borough's premier summer event, held annually along the Boulevard. It features area merchants, food vendors, entertainment and carnival rides.
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