NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ — Welcome back, Rutgers students. And a friendly hello to everyone who spent summer in the Hub City. While New Brunswick is always undergoing some sort of change, one thing is consistent: There's plenty of fun to be had.

Check out TAPinto New Brunswick’s weekly roundup of some of the best tickets in the city.

Wednesday, Sept. 6

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Not a fan of President Trump? Then this is for you. An “Impeach the President Rally” is slated for 5:30 p.m. outside Rep. Frank Pallone's office on Church Street. Protesters plan to call for the president to be removed from office.

Sit down for some civics. The New Brunswick City Council meets at 6:30 p.m., an hour later than its summer start. The agenda includes an ordinance approving a long-term tax exemption for the developer behind a mixed-use project at the corner of Easton Avenue and Hamilton Street.

Or stand up for some tunes. Rutgers hosts “The Hush: Silent Disco” from 8 p.m. to midnight in the Livingston Student Center's multipurpose room. On-campus students get to dance and jam to music played through individual headphones. Two DJs play different kinds of music, and there will also be giveaways, T-shirts and more.

How about storming the airwaves? Rutgers' flagship radio station, WRSU-FM, holds an interest meeting, looking for new on-air talent for music, sports, news and entertainment. Tech gigs are available, too.

Thursday, Sept. 7

Meet the man who runs Rutgers-New Brunswick. Deba Dutta, the campus's new chancellor, hosts a welcoming reception from 9:30-11 a.m. at the College Avenue Student Center. And he's buying—light refreshments, of course.

Pulled pork for all. The Rutgers Catholic Student Association throws a hog roast party for undergrads at 5 p.m. at 84 Somerset St. The menu includes—duh—pulled pork, along with options for vegetarians.

Friday, Sept. 8

Button down and listen up. The Middlesex County 2017 Business Summit is set for 8-11:30 a.m. at the Rutgers Visitors Center, 100 Sutphen Rd., Piscataway. The free event is designed to help business leaders grow, network and learn more about pressing challenges.

Enjoy the season’s bounty. Rutgers Gardens Farmers Market is scheduled for 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Rutgers Gardens, 112 Ryders Ln. More than 20 vendors will be on hand. Harper is a platinum artist.

Saturday, Sept. 9

It's that time of the month. The city's monthly dance and drum circle goes live come 7:30 p.m. at 27 Bayard St. Adults pay $5, but kids are free. Drums are available to borrow or buy.

Sunday, Sept. 10

Clean your car and support Rutgers athletics. The school's club gymnastics team plans to wash cars outside Applebee's in Piscataway, 1282 Centennial Ave., from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Donations go toward sending the team to nationals in Texas next year.

Are you ready to rock, New Brunswick? Hub City Sounds: ROCK New Brunswick 2017 runs from Sept. 8 through Sept. 10. The final day promises a free festival from noon to 6 p.m. in Boyd Park. The lineup includes local bands galore—and enough rock 'n' roll to make anyone move.

God loves greenery. Leaders of multiple faiths put on an environmental education day to examine what God says about nature. The discussion is set for 3-5 p.m. at Rutgers Gardens.