The Buccaneers, Phoenixnband and Blood Donation Highlight this Weekend in Belleville

Sports, Music and an Italian Festival will make your weekend bright

Check out some of the events around the city and nearby.  Click the EVENTS tab on the home page to see more possibilities.  Feel free to add your own in the comments section.  

WHEN: Friday, 4pm

WHEN:  Friday, 4pm
Belleville High School
WHY GO: Support the home teams!

393 Washington Ave, Belleville, NJ
WHEN:  Friday, 10am to 2pm and Saturday, 10 a.m. to Noon
WHY GO: Charity thrift shop – great buys.

WHERE:  St. Peter’s RC Church
WHEN:   Friday  8pm - 9pm
WHY GO:   The Parish of St. Peter is holding a series of catechesis every Tuesday and Friday.  There is no fee and no registration is required.  Free childcare is provided.  Sponsored by the Neo-Catechumenal Way, a reality within the Catholic Church that seeks especially those who for some reason have drifted away from the Church, or are seeking to deepen their faith.

WHERE:  Holy Family Church, 28 Brookline Ave, Nutley
WHEN:   Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday!
WHY GO:  4 days of Fun for the Family! Homemade Italian & Filipino Specialties! Entertainment nightly! Games & Rides. Raffles!

WHERE:  JK's Boathouse, 558 Washington Ave, Belleville,
 Friday, Sept 23rd 9pm
The Phoenixnband is the one and only true tribute to classic rock music fronted by Belleville’s own Rob Pizapio.

WHERE:   125 Franklin Ave, Belleville
WHEN:   Saturday, Sept 24,  10am – 2pm
WHY GO:    Help save a life.

WHERE:   10 Fairview Ave, Verona
WHEN:   Friday & Saturday – Sept 23 &24
WHY GO:  Books, DVDs, Household items, Artwork, Clothing, Antique Furniture, Jewelry, Books, Holiday Room and much, much more.  There are many rooms full of items to explore.

  Essex County Environmental Center, Roseland
WHEN:   Saturday, Sept 24   Noon
WHY GO:  Learn about the toxic things in name brand paints, cleaning products and consumer items that some people have reactions to.    This is a free program. Advance registration is required -  call 973-228-8776.

Oakeside Cultural Center, 240 Belleville Ave, Bloomfield
Sunday, Sept 25     3pm
WHY GO:   
Corinna Sowers-Adler hosts this monthly series featuring Mark Szep, Ilene Angel and Rich Flanders and Celia Berk
COST:  $10 Performance & light reception



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