What a great day we had at the Nutley Fall Festival in the Park! Thanks to all who visited the Market for this special event.

This week, we're back at our regular time and location, and will start the day with our 8:30am Market Walk & Talk. Join Amy Celento to learn about NeuroMovement for brain vitality and whole body fitnessRSVP on Meetup or just meet at the Market at 8:15am for a scenic 3-mile loop. Our "Sustainability Sundays" topic is Celebrating Trees. Check out last week's Climate Change.

It's TREP$ Day at the Market showcasing amazing young entrepreneurs grades 4 through 8. Real kids, real products! TREP$ was brought to our Nutley students by the Nutley Educational Foundation (NEF)...stop by to learn about the NEF's important mission and upcoming events to support educational endeavors in our schools and community.

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Also stop by to chat with the Nutley Public Library about their excellent collection of materials, inter-library loan system BCCLS, special events, and the many other wonderful services they provide to our community.

Musical entertainment will be provided this week by Matt Runciman, which you can enjoy as you shop: Asprocolas Acres | Buon Antipasto | Empanada Lady | Gourmet Nuts & Dried Fruit | Hidden Valley Farm | Hoboken Farms | Otherwise Milk | Pickles Olives Etc. | Somers 27 Soap Co. (a TREP$ participant!) | Treelicioius Orchards | Truffalla



On a pre-Market note: Sat Oct 5 (8am to 1pm) is Leaf Bag Distribution Day and Food Drive at the Department of Public Works, 1 Cortland Street. Residents can pick up 10 free biodegradable leaf bags. We welcome donations of non-perishable food to help stock the Nutley Family Service Bureau Food Pantry for neighbors in need.

Likewise, we welcome your donations of non-perishable food and funds for the NFSB Food Pantry every Sunday at the Market; every other week is also a fresh produce donation day, including this Sunday!
 

See you at the Market!

Locally yours,
Mayor Joseph Scarpelli and Greenutley