Public Invited to Participate in National Night Out 2016 in Montclair, August 2


MONTCLAIR, NJ - National Night Out will take place in Montclair on Tuesday, August 2 from 5pm to 8pm. 

Hosted by the Montclair Police Department, along with the Montclair Fire Department and Ambulance Unit, National Night Out will take place on South Park Street between Bloomfield Avenue and Church Street, closing off the roadway. 

Members of the community are invited to come out and spend time with the first responders of Montclair.  Vehicles and equipment utilized by emergency personnel will be on display along with other novelty and safety items. 

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Acting Lt. Tyrone Williams wrote in a release that some of the events, services and giveaways were made possible because of the generous contributions of the members of Montclair and businesses in town. Those are as follows:

-  Yoga/music by                     “Lulu Lemon”               

-  Ice Cream by                       “Gelotti’s”

-  Bike Walk Montclair           

-  Montclair Library Bicycle

-  Face Painting by                  “Just Kidding Around”

-  Flash tattoos by                    “South Moon Under”

-  Arts/Crafts                           “Colleen Daly Martinez”

-  Montclair Mounties Football Team

-  Bounce House made possible by donations from:

Assemblyman Thomas P. Giblin

Montclair Pediatric Dental Care

  Private Residents/Citizens  

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