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3rd Annual Verona Green fair


Sustainable Verona and the Township of Verona are happy to announce that the 3rd Annual Verona Green Fair will be Saturday, May 20th from 11am-4pm in the Verona Civic Center. The rain date will be Sunday, May 21st.

This event is free and will feature many different types of vendors, exhibitions and demonstrations, children’s games and learning experiences, a shredding event, medicine drop-off, health, wellness and nutrition information, speakers, live music, various local food vendors, fresh organic produce and much more!

The Verona High School Student Council will also be holding their Town Wide Garage Sale the same day and the Art in the Park event in Verona Park will be going on all weekend as well. It will be a great weekend to leave the car at home at take a walk through Verona to take in all the great events and kick off summer!

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Sustainable Verona strives to raise awareness about environmental issues, innovative sustainability ideas and to showcase the steps people and their community can take to sustain their quality of life over the long term. People of all ages are encouraged to come and explore the world of sustainability, eat, play and have some fun!

Any interested vendor or organization looking to participate should contact Steven Neale at or 973-857-4830.

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March 15, 2018

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March 15, 2018

SCOTCH PLAINS, NJ -- Third graders in the Religious School at Congregation Beth Israel in Scotch Plains received their own prayer books (siddurim) at a ceremony for their families on Sunday, March 11.  The families participated in a short program, with the students leading some of the prayers they had learned and explaining the meaning of their Hebrew names. Rabbi Howard Tilman led ...

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