Music in the Park: Season of Gratitude

Once again the City of Plainfield and Cultural & Heritage Commission, Adrian O. Mapp, Mayor and the UC Board of Chosen Freeholders have partnered with host New Outlook Pioneers -PJ Chapter 132 to present the 2021 Music in the Park.  Themed Season of Gratitude this Free Concert will Honor Covid19 Victims, Celebrate Survivors & 1st Responders.  Partner supporters also include: The Chambers Elite Group, LLC, Sandra L. Chambers, owner; McDonald’s Corporation, Angela Adderley, Franchisee; Rackson Restaurants LLC, Christopher Johnson, owner.

 

The concert is FREE and open to the public!  A free-will donation of New School Supplies will be accepted.

Contact Information
  1. Patricia Fields
  2. 908-391-8212
  3. pat@meetingsoftheminds.com
Thu, August 19
4:00 pm — 9:00 pm
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Once again the City of Plainfield and Cultural & Heritage Commission, Adrian O. Mapp, Mayor and the UC Board of Chosen Freeholders have partnered with host New Outlook Pioneers -PJ Chapter 132 to present the 2021 Music in the Park. Themed Season of Gratitude this Free Concert will Honor Covid19 Victims, Celebrate Survivors & 1st Responders. Partner supporters also include: The Chambers ...

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Plainfield, NJ 07062, NJ 07062

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