Last Friday, the Bureau of Labor Statistics released a very encouraging jobs report. The economy gained 916,000 jobs in March – well above expert projections of 650,000 to 675,000.
5TH Annual All About Downtown Street Fair
Dated: August 21 2015
The Annual All About Downtown Street Fair is back this year and bigger then ever. We return for a 5th year with over 200 vendors and more then 15 food and mobile fashion trucks! A day of food and fun!
Celebrate Downtown Jersey City on Saturday, September 19th with the Historic Downtown Special Improvement District's Fifth Annual "All About Downtown" Street Festival from 11am-8pm!
Savor tasty treats from the hottest area food trucks while listening to a jam-packed music line-up and shopping handmade wares from over 200 local vendors and over 15 food and fashion trucks!
There will be plenty of activities for kids as well. Join your neighbors for an afternoon that's "All About Downtown Jersey City!"
Newark Ave between Grove Street and Jersey Ave
Saturday September 19, 2015 -11:00am until 8:00pm (EXTENDING TWO HOURS!)
Vendors, Crafts, Kid Fun Stuff, Music, Food, Booze
We'd like to thank all of our sponsors for making the "All About Downton" Street Fair possible: Orale Mexican Kitchen, Helen's Pizza, Raval JC,Indiegrove, Verizon FiOS , Gymboree, The Jersey City Independent,Modern Family Dentistry, The Lucky Honeybee, Key Element Learning,The Brunswick School in Downtown Jersey City, BGT Enterprises,GothamWest, The Big Straw NJ, PNC, Koro Koro Rice Ball Cafe, Park & Sixth Restaurant and Bar, Barcade, New Bridge Laundry Free Pick up & Delivery, Liberty Physical Therapy, Jersey City Dentistry, Goldman Sachs,Left Bank Burger Bar, Roman Nose, WORD Jersey City, Jersey City Medical Center, Pole Position Raceway Jersey City, H. Schoenberg, BCB Community Bank, Harborside Sport & Spine, SOUTH HOUSE, Body And Soul Tattoo, theDigest, and Silverman.
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