November 2009 Newsletter

10 Jul 2009, Posted by admin in News You Can Use
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VAN VORST PARK ASSOCIATION

NEWSLETTER November 2009

Barrow Mansion

83 Wayne Street, Jersey City

Email: mail@vvpa.org

VISIT OUR WEBSITE: WWW.VVPA.ORG

We meet the 3rd Tuesday of each month.

Everyone is welcome!

November 17th 7:30 pm

Meeting agenda;

Community Meeting

We will host a joint Meeting with Wayne Street Watch

to discuss changes to Ramos Park on Wayne Street

2009-2010 VVPA Board Elections

We will be electing the 2009-2010 VVPA board from the following slate;

Kevin Kilbane -President, Marlene Sandkamp-1st Vice President, Tony Sandkamp-2nd Vice President, Mariah Silva-Secretary, Cecilia DeLeon-Treasurer, Diana Perales At Large, Zack Buck At Large

Slide Show and Book Signing

Cynthia Harris and Leon Yost will present a slide show “Changing Jersey City; A History in Photographs” followed by a signing of their new book. The 2010 Jersey City Landmarks calendar will also be on sale.

Cocoa Bakery and Bistro

The soon to open café @ 275 Grand will be sharing with us some of their baked goods

www.cocoabakerycafe.com

Event Calendar

Thursday Nov. 19th 7pm Free Class “Leadership Forum” become a member of your local board or commission at City Hall Council Chambers 280 Grove street

Sat November21st 8am till 2pm VVPark Farmers Market

The Friends of Van Vorst Park is pleased to announce its 7th annual Farmer’s Market continuing each Saturday through November, from 8am-2pm. Vendors will set up around the gazebo.

Sat November 13th -24th Fri, Sat 8pm Sun 3pm “Rabbit hole” at the Attic Ensemble in the Barrow Mansion. For tkt

Info:

www.brownpapertickets.com/event/78638

Tuesday November 24th 7:00pm

East District Police Monthly Meeting Public School 4. For more info go to www.policeeast@jcnj.org

Toys for Tots

The JCPD Marine Corps Association with the support of the JCPD will be collecting toys for needy children in the region. During November and December please leave new unwrapped toys at the East District Police Station. For more info; www.toysfortots.org

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