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Glassboro's Annual CommUnity Day will take place Saturday, June 8, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Town Square. Over 2,000 people are expected for games, food, community information, and entertainment.

Glassboro's Annual CommUnity Day will take place Saturday, June 8, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Town Square. Over 2,000 people are expected for games, food, community information, and entertainment.

With the days getting longer and warmer in the New Jersey, this is the perfect opportunity to get out and explore what’s new and fun in Glassboro!

This rain or shine free community event will be open to the public for all ages to enjoy. The excitement will begin at 11am and end at 3 pm. There will be over 50 vendors on site selling artisan offerings, food, and non- alcoholic beverages. Activities will include live music, DJ’s, face painters, sports obstacle course, balloon artists, kids castles and a very special scholarship award for one deserving Glassboro High School student. For the second year in a row, the Creative Glassboro Arts Advisory Board, joined by Mayor John E. Wallace III and fellow council members, will award a $1,000 scholarship to a GHS Senior proficient in performing arts or visual arts. The 2019 recipient is Rebekah Toy.

“This event continually brings residents together for a free day of entertainment and education, building on the sense of collaboration and friendship that makes Glassboro such a great community,” said Council President George Cossabone. “I’d like to offer a very special Thank You to our local businesses and organizations whom continue to support unity in Glassboro and encourage people to get involved.”

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Glassboro commissions 817 sq. ft. Legacy Mural Project highlighting iconic figures from Glassboro’s cultural heritage...

GLASSBORO REQUESTS EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FROM NATIONAL ARTISTS.

To commemorate this history, the Borough has issued a Request for Expression of Interest for artists to apply. Specifications and application process are available at glassboro.org/bidsrfprfq until June 6, 2019.

The mural site will be on the exterior wall of a restroom pavilion on the South side area of the Glassboro Town Square visible from High Street.

“It's impossible to overstate the importance of dedicating space for the arts and entertainment district to thrive,” said Glassboro Councilwoman Daniele Spence. “We are committing space, resources, funding and ongoing efforts to meet the unique needs of artists from the area. We need to allow their creativity to inspire us in our development of our downtown’s image.”

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