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Volunteers Needed for Art All Day

If you love Trenton and art, you can support the arts community in the city and Artworks Trenton by becoming a volunteer for Art All Day 2015. The fifth annual Art All Day event will be held Nov. 14 from noon to 5 p.m. You can spend the day assisting visitors who want to take…

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Fourth Annual Art All Day Event Set for Nov. 14

The debut of Trenton’s first Latino arts space, live painting demos at multiple locations, tours of major new sculptures, urban farm projects and neighborhood revitalization efforts, and the opportunity to encounter new work at art studios and pop-up sites across the city, all await visitors at the fourth annual Art All Day on Saturday, Nov….

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Greenwood Ave. Farmers Market Closes Season Today with a Community Fall Festival

The Greenwood Ave Farmers Market will celebrate its final day of the season with a community fall festival today, Oct. 26th. Geared towards adults and children of all ages, the event will include free pumpkin recipe tastings, free apple cider samples, pumpkin painting, scarecrow making, spooky story time, games, and giveaways. “We’ve had an amazing…

National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day Is Sept. 26

Mercer County residents can dispose of unneeded and expired prescription drugs during the National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day on Saturday, Sept. 26, 2015. The program held each spring and fall, is conducted by the Mercer County Sheriff’s Office in cooperation with the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration. Mercer County residents can safely dispose of unused and…

MillHill Coat Drive for Children Oct. 15-16

The MillHill Child & Family Development center is collecting coats, scarves, gloves, and mittens for children from the Trenton area who take part in the agency’s programs. You, your employer or your community group can be paired with specific children so you know the name, gender, and size of the child for whom you are…

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Farm-to-Grill Fundraiser Benefits Greenwood Avenue Farm Market

  To support the new Greenwood Avenue Farm Market, Lisa Sprague of Sophia Rose Designs in Pennington and Debbie Schaeffer of Mrs. G Inc. of Lawrence Township recently co-hosted a farm to grill to table workshop at Sprague’s home in Hopewell. The new Greenwood Avenue Farm Market in Trenton that opened on June 15th and…

Mill Hill Garden Tour Celebrates Its 24th Year This Saturday, June 13

Residents in the historic Mill Hill neighborhood will swing open their gates and invite people to come in to see the possibilities of summer entertaining in their gardens on Saturday, June 13, from noon to 5 p.m. The 24th annual Mill Hill Garden Tour is called “The City Soirees: Behind Garden Gates”. The self-guided tour…

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17th Annual Cory’s Ride Bicycling Event This Saturday

Area bicyclists will gather this Saturday, as they do every first Saturday in June, to celebrate the memory and continue the legacy of an area teen who worked to help less fortunate kids. The 17th annual Cory’s Ride will be held this Saturday morning, June 6, at the Tall Cedars Picnic Grove on Sawmill Road…

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Mayor Jackson Appoints Wife to Library Board, Watson to Parking Authority

Trenton Mayor Eric Jackson has appointed his wife, Deniece Johnson Jackson, to the Trenton Public Library Board and William Watson to the Trenton Parking Authority board. Watson is the brother of Congresswoman Bonnie Watson Coleman. He previously served as the parking authority chairman and served as former mayor Doug Palmer’s chief of staff.He fills a board…

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Trenton Faith-Based Organizations Receive Health Grants

Seven Trenton churches and faith-based organizations have received grants from the Trenton Health Team to implement activities and educational programming to promote healthy eating and physical activity in the capital city. The awards are the first round of funding from Trenton Health Team, and were made possible through a ‘Faith in Prevention’ grant from the…