Friday, July 13th from 1 pm to 7 pm at St. Henry’s
Saturday, July 7th at 12 PM to 5 PM
Come celebrate our Country’s Independance!
Art in the Park Series at Collins Park
Featuring Dance, Music, Theater and Poetry Performances
June 28th – George Young (Americana)
July 12th – Sterling C. Sample (Caribbean)
July 19th – Eldad Tarmu (Xylophone Jazz)
July 26th – Dave “Doc” Watson (Smooth Jazz)
August 2nd – Party of Five (A Capella Doowop)
August 9th – Conundrum
August 16th – Carolina Gonzalez Mama (Latin Jazz)
August 23rd – Bayonne Theatre Company/Chromium 6 (Rock)
August 30th Bridge Arts Festival Preview Theatre/Dance/Music
This series is sponsored by the Hudson County Office of Cultural & Heritage Affairs / Tourism Development.
Do you remember the potluck dinner parties our parents’ and grandparents’ used to throw? Mom or Grandma would get a bundle of grocery store flowers (mums or carnations, anyone?!?) and plop them in a big pitcher or some random family heirloom vase. A giant stack of plates would get posted on the end of the banquet and that was that.
Well, we thought it’d be fun to take a little inspiration from classic Dutch paintings and make a non-traditional, traditional floral arrangement to go with our modern take on the family buffet. Everything old is new!
2018 Bayonne Memorial Day Parade on Monday May 28th The parade steps off at 10:30am from 5th Street and Broadway and ends at 32nd Street and Broadway. A wreath laying ceremony at the World War I Monument at 5th Street and Dodge Street will be held at 10am. Our parade has been honoring our Veterans for more than 100 years.
If anyone is interested in participating in the 2018 Bayonne Memorial Day Parade, please contact John Nicaretta, Commander, Catholic War Veterans Post 1612, at 201-206-6971.
Photo credit: Joe Passantino.
STYLING TIP # 1: ADD YOUR FAVORITE COLOR
You may or may not know I am a die-hard fan of classic blue and white. I’ve grown my collection over the years from a few pieces sprinkled around here and there, to large groupings on counters, shelves, tables, you name it. You’ll find it incorporated everywhere throughout our home, from season to season. So naturally, color is a big one for me. Even though I’ve been using this as my main color for quite a while now, it plays a major role each season – especially how I’ll play other colors off it.
STYLING TIP # 2: BRING IN FRESH AND FAUX FLOWERS
Many of you know I love faux flowers and use them all the time. I’m not always able to find affordable fresh blooms where I live, so I have built up quite the collection of gorgeous faux stems for my regular rotation. When I am able to find beautiful fresh blooms locally, or cut them from the garden, you can bet I have them. Nothing brings in the beauty of the warmer months like gorgeous fresh flowers!