November 2010 Newsletter10 Jul 2010, Posted by News You Can Use in
VAN VORST PARK ASSOCIATION
NEWSLETTER November 2010
83 Wayne Street, Jersey City
VISIT OUR WEBSITE: WWW.VVPA.ORG
We meet the 3rd Tuesday of each month.
Everyone is welcome!
Tuesday November 16th 7:30 pm
Dale Hardman & Stephen Musgrave
from nogaspipeline.org will lead a discussion regarding Spectra Energy’s proposed gas pipeline through Downtown Jersey City and the issues surrounding the project.
Elections for the new VVPA 2010-2011 Board
Saturdays October-November 9am-3pm Van Vorst Park Farmers Market–Still going strong!! Get your fall produce
Monday November 22nd 6-9pm Fundraiser for Embankment Coalition at LITM, 140 Newark Ave. $20–drinks, hors d’oeuvres & live music.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: The Jersey City Police Department and Hard Grove Cafe are teaming up to serve Thanksgiving Dinner to those in need in our district. Volunteers are needed between 10am-4pm. Be at Hard Grove at 10am if you care to lend a helping hand.
Jersey City Police Department TOY DRIVE-The JCPD is accepting unwrapped toys and donations until December 10th. Please drop off at the East District office, 207 7th Street. The toys will be distributed at their 16th annual Children’s Christmas Party at PS 4, December 11th.
November 15th-21st-MAKE MY CITY! Shop in Jersey City and save money during the week of November 15th. Special Events and Discounts all week!!-For more info go to makemycity-jc.com
Tuesday November 23rd East District Police Commander’s meeting with Captain Joseph Connors 7:00 pm MS4 Bright St. at Varick (in the Library) open to the Public
Wednesday December 8th 7-10pm
DCNA HOLIDAY PARTY @ The Embankment 234 10th Street The Downtown Coalition of Neighborhood Associations is having their annual Holiday party –It’s Free and open to all!! 2 free drinks per person and appetizers will be served.
VVPA HOLIDAY PARTY–Keep checking your email boxes for a special announcement– coming soon!!
Thank you to all involved in our Halloween Spooktacular!! It was a great success-Special Thanks to Marc Wesson and Friends of Van Vorst Park -it was frighteningly fun.