Trenton New Jersey Events
The Trenton Pork Roll Festival, which is due to take place tomorrow, September 5, has been cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic. The event, which took place along the route, was cancelled live but organisers say they still hope to provide fans of all ages with a story every day.
Tickets cost $5 and there are several ways to extend the day, including $18, which includes admission to the festival. There is no parking for the event, but there is parking for all events and tickets can be purchased online or in person at the Trenton Pork Roll Festival website. As short-term cancellations are made very quickly and we try to remove the term "cancellation" as soon as we learn of cancellation restrictions, we recommend that viewers contact the sponsors prior to attending any of the listed events to confirm their status. If you are planning a trip to visit one of these events, it is recommended that you call your event sponsor before confirming an event calendar.
Governor Murphy took office to build a strong and fair New Jersey that works for families across the state, and voters have clearly responded to the incredible work he has done to fulfill that promise. Roger Bodman, Managing Partner of PSI, said: "We are pleased to continue to represent our clients freely through the parties represented in the State House.
Jr. Day of Service brings people together from across the state to bring people of all ages and backgrounds together to strengthen their communities and build a stronger New Jersey. The Trenton Downtown Association has worked closely with neighboring communities to bring the most comprehensive historical experience to life for all ages and backgrounds. Dr. King's vision is embodied in his vision of a fairer and more just society that is fair to all people regardless of race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age or gender identity.
Two non-profit organizations will be honored this year: Bread and Fish and the Safe Haven Program. Since its inception in 2002, more than $150,000 in scholarships have been awarded to high school students from Trenton and Ocean City who aspire to higher education. The City of Ocean City annually honors an Ocean County resident with the honor of formally serving on the City Education Committee for her services to the city and community.
Tonight, PSI Executive Director Roger Bodman will resume his role as host of "New Jersey Politics Tonight," where he appears on the show every Tuesday night from 6 to 8 p.m., giving thoughtful insights into why he has worked for three decades at New Jersey Public Television for political analysis. Tonight, he will have plenty of time to discuss the state of politics in Trenton and Ocean City, as well as other parts of the region. Live commentators will also be provided by former state senator Tom Kean (D-Gloucester County), who will discuss the candidates and the strengths of each candidate for governor.
Maer was a spokesman for the Passaic County Sheriff's Office for 16 years, and Bill has worked in the state and political spheres, both in the private and public sectors, for more than 20 years.
Holub will continue to serve on the board of directors of the New Jersey State Police and the Passaic County district attorney's office, as well as several other clients. He will continue to work as a lawyer under the umbrella of PSI, which will have its own staff of lawyers, staff and employees.
The webinar will provide an insight into the new government and share information about the state's new law enforcement and enforcement agencies, as well as intelligence from other state agencies.
After the ceremony, a great lunch will be served to all invited guests, with two more to follow. Trenton Social's roast pork party features live music, food trucks and live entertainment. With a city that still calls itself home to one of New Jersey's most popular pork balls, it's a natural place to celebrate pork balls and rolls.
The re-enactment of the Battle of Trenton begins at 10: 45 a.m., when troops march through the streets of the city on the eve of World War II. Experience the action live with live music, food trucks and live entertainment from local musicians. The second Battle of Trentons, or "Battle of Assunpink," will be fought at 3pm at Mill Hill Park. After a short ceremony at 2.30 p.m., the reENACTment begins at 4 p.m. and goes to the park at 6 p.m., where local bands perform.
See the re-enactment in Mill Hill Park, meet at the Old Barracks Museum, visit the Quartermaster's Store, take a free standing barracks tour, and come back to interact with soldiers. Follow the troops as they march through the streets of Trenton on the eve of World War II to meet the British. Take a tour of the barracks and experience live music, food trucks and live entertainment as troops march to MillHill Park for the start of the Battle. Meeting point is at 10.30 am at the Old Barracks and the troops follow the march to the Battle of Assunpink, where they meet the British for a short ceremony at 1.45 pm.