October 2007 Newsletter

10 Jul 2007, Posted by admin in News You Can Use

Barrow Mansion

83 Wayne Street, Jersey City

Email: mail@vvpa.org


We meet the 3rd Tuesday of each month.

Everyone is welcome!

October Meeting Agenda

Tuesday October 16th, 2007, 7:30pm

Barrow Mansion

Police Report

Representatives of the East District will give their monthly report

Steve Sanders, Diane Kaese and Kevin Kilbane

Members of the Downtown Construction Committee will present the DPA rules and the construction committee guidelines for coordination of construction projects in Downtown Jersey City. There have been numerous incidences of dangerous construction conditions affecting our neighborhood recently including fires, falling debris, traffic management and other concerns. Learn more about this committee’s current and future efforts.

Pattie Giordan or Colin Egan

Friends of the Loews Theater will give us an update on the theaters’ current and planned renovations, events and happenings.

Van Vorst Park Association Board of Directors Elections


Sat. October 20 — Make it Spoooky! Family Project Day at Jersey City Museum –Enjoy a family afternoon celebrating the season of creepiness! Jersey City Museum opens its doors for a Halloween inspired bash with all the fun you would expect. Make creepy costume crafts in the classrooms and use them in a dance workshop for families in the atrium. Take a scary tour of our exhibitions. Fun for the whole family! FREE

Sun. Oct 21 – “Bark in the Park” — The Liberty Humane Society’s 4th annual Dog Walk and Fair! “Bark in the Park” will be lots of fun for pets and people too! Please join us for an afternoon of fun and games whilst raising money and awareness for the Liberty Humane Society. Liberty State Park 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM

Fri. & Sat. October 26th – 27th Spend Halloween with Boris Karloff and the Loews Theater — Friday Double Feature : “The Black Cat” at 7:45 PM followed by “The Old Dark House” at 9:10 PM – This is the first known screening of the “Old Dark House” in New Jersey since the film’s premiere 75 years ago. Admission for BOTH films is $9 for adults, $6 for seniors, children under 12, and students with ID. Saturday “The Mummy” at 3:30PM; “Frankenstein” at 7PM; “The Bride of Frankenstein at 8:45PM. Each screening is $6 for adults, $4 for seniors & children 12 years old and younger. Combo discounts are available for multiple screenings.

Van Vorst Park Association Newsletter October 2007

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