Please join us at New Providence Chiropractic TONIGHT from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm for an After Hours Cocktail Party!! It’s going to be a great evening out!
Thursday March 19, 2015 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM EDT
New Providence Chiropractic
133 Gales Drive
New Providence, NJ 07974
NP Chiropractic is providing refreshments for everyone to enjoy. They’ll have pizza, sandwiches, soda, wine, and beer. (please email us if you are coming so there is plenty of food!)
Towards the end of the evening, Dr. Mark Schlobohm will be doing a fantastic workshop on “Peak Performance.” It’s sure to be a great evening!!
Come out to socialize, network, and warm-up from the cold!!
We have lots of new businesses opening up in town…if you have an email address of the new business owners, please use the blue forward link below and send this email to them. Or let them know about the event. We would love to have them come out to meet everyone.
We hope to see you there!
New Providence Business & Professional Association
Each year the New Providence Business Community sponsors a holiday party to thank all of the volunteers who make New Providence a great place to live, work, and play.
Attended by several hundred people, this event features great food and entertainment. Invited guests include all borough officials, volunteers, board and committee members, borough employees, and the New Providence Business Community.
12/11/2014 (Thu 6:30PM – 9:30PM)
The DeCorso Community Center
(aka New Providence Senior Citizens Center)
15 East Fourth Street in New Providence
PLEASE CONSIDER VOLUNTEERING:
Picking a time slot to help out is a great way to get involved and to represent our business community!
Sign up today if you would like to help out!
Check here to see available slots for which we could use some extra hands!
COMMUNITY SPONSOR- $750
- Name on all invitations and logo on banquet banner and table
HOLIDAY HELPER – $500
- Logo on banquet banner and on table cards
FOOD STATION SPONSOR – $250
- Name and Logo in front of your sponsored station
Save the Date!
Our next general member meeting is coming up!
Thursday, December 4th from 5 pm to 7 pm
Providence! Integrated Health & Fitness
18 South Street
New Providence, NJ 07974
Please mark your calenders. A formal invite and additional information about the meeting will be forthcoming.
We look forward to seeing you then!!
Independence Day Fireworks POSTPONED to Saturday, July 5th!
Please be advised that due to the threat of severe weather conditions this evening, the Independence Day Fireworks Celebration will be postponed to the scheduled Rain Date of Saturday, July 5th, 2014.
The event program and time schedule will remain the same for Saturday, July 5th as originally planned for this evening.
We look forward to seeing you on Saturday in downtown New Providence!
NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ – Fireworks will once again be a feature of this year’s Independence Day Celebration in the Borough thanks to a donation of $11,000 by investors Bank. Adding to this year’s festivities there will be even more giveaways by Club Souren atop the NP Fuel Jets Truck.
The Independence Day Celebration will occur on July 3 at 7 p.m. with fireworks at 9:30 p.m.
This is not the first time that investors Bank has financially supported the event, which is a mainstay in the Borough for young and old alike. While traditionally, fireworks on the Fourth of July had been funded by the Borough through tax dollars, when the recession hit, many town governments, including New Providence, eliminated funding for the event rather than financially burden taxpayers. Since then, in New Providence, with the assistance of the Borough, the New Providence Business & Professional Association (NPBPA) took over planning and organizing the event and investors Bank came on board as the primary sponsor and funder for the past several years.
Independence Day Committee Chairperson and member of the NPBPA Ted Kapuscinski said, “Investors Bank has come to the table again this year in large support of the event. Without that support, the event couldn’t take place.”
Club Souren, sponsored by KJS Design & Technology, will DJ the event. Don Murphy of NP Fuel will donate the use of the NP Fuel Jets Truck for the festivities.
Daniel White, Retail Market Manager for the New Providence branch of investors Bank, said, “As an active community partner, we are proud to sponsor this year’s fireworks. The commitment of investors Bank to our community has never been stronger.”
Michelle Brugger, President of the NPBPA and owner of Martial Arts for Life in New Providence, concluded, “The New Providence business community does so much for the Borough but it takes businesses like investors Bank to provide what is really needed to make the Borough’s events such a huge success.”
Additional sponsors and donations for the event are welcome. Anyone who would like to sponsor or donate can contact Michelle Brugger at 908-464-2836 or at email@example.com.
NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ – New Providence Business sponsored the annual 2013 Christmas Walk, held on Friday.
The event, sponsored by New Providence Business, ushered in the holiday season on a clear, cool November night.
Aida and John Swon of New Providence came downtown with their young children. The Swons felt that the Christmas walk was a very family-friendly event. Aida said that it was “exciting for the kids” and John said that it was “good community bonding.”
The festivities started at 4:30 p.m. with local shopkeepers welcoming everyone with treats, activities, and refreshments. The McGrath Family of McGrath’s Paint and Hardware provided popcorn for everyone just outside their store.
M& M Liquors provided bagpipe entertainment by Ian Rankine, who is also one of the pastors at the New Providence Presbyterian Church. Rankine enjoyed being a part of the evening and bringing his children, as well.
Bob Autenrieth, manager of Braunschweiger Jewelers, said, “The Christmas Walk is definitely a good idea. It gets people out in the neighborhood.” He also said that he loves to see the customers.
Chris Vergura of New Providence attended the event with her daughters, who enjoyed the crafts at the New Providence Presbyterian Church. “The children are having a great time,” Vergura said.
At 5 p.m., the Presbyterian Church was also the scene for many who enjoyed seeing live animals, including goats and sheep. A live Nativity scene took place at the church at 6:30 p.m.
At Ferdinand Jewelers, youngsters received green and red helium balloons while hot cider and donuts were served. Santa Claus made his annual stop at Ferdinand’s for children and their families to visit.
There was plenty of excitement as Santa Claus arrived in town at 6 p.m. on the rooftop of Provident Bank on South Street. The crowd cheered as Santa waved to everyone while the Pioneer Band of New Providence High School played “Santa Claus is Coming to Town.” The high school band also led a parade with the New Providence Fire Department to thrill the crowd.
As the holiday season continues, area residents can take advantage of the many shopping and dining opportunities that are available in downtown New Providence.
New Providence Business is a group of merchants and business professionals who work together to make the town a premier place for families and shopping. Their theme, “Small Community, Big Choices,” was realized at the Christmas Walk with a large turnout from the public.
Join us for this year’s Annual Christmas Walk in downtown New Providence!
Please come out and join us on Friday, November 29th, in kicking off the holiday season! Come watch Santa arrive in town with a parade led by the Pioneer Band and the NPFD.
The kids can also enjoy Christmas Carolers, a stilt walker, sand art and more!
- Treats, activities & refreshments at 4:30 p.m.
New Providence shop keepers will be welcoming everyone beginning at 4:30pm with treats, activities and refreshments.
- Live animals starting at 5 p.m. at the Presbyterian Church
- Santa arrives at 6:00 p.m. at Provident Bank on South Street
- Live Nativity at 6:30 p.m. at the Presbyterian Church
The annual New Providence Street Fair will kick off the fall season in downtown New Providence on Sunday, September 8th. The fair, sponsored by the New Providence Business Community, will be held on Springfield between South Street and Livingston Avenue from 10:00am to 5:00pm rain or shine.
The family-oriented street festival offers attractions for everyone, young and old. As with previous years, the event provides arts and entertainment for the kids such as kiddie rides, pony rides, a petting zoo, balloons and a clown performer. The entire family can also enjoy great fair food such as sausage and pepper sandwiches, hot dogs, shish-k-bobs, zeppoles, butterfly fries, kettle corn, ice cream and more. The event also offers food from local establishments and NPBPA members. Street vendors also present many unique items at great prices and local non-profit organizations host contests and games for all attendees. There will be plenty to do and see for the entire family as this years street fair will be twice the size of the street fair in previous years!
If you are interested in being a part of the next New Providence Street Fair as a non-profit, vendor or performer please complete this form and contact the NPBPA by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Information about sponsorship opportunities is also available at the same contact.
NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ – The annual New Providence Farmers Market opened Wednesday in the Presbyterian Church parking lot on Springfield Avenue.
This new location of the market puts it right in the heart of New Providence and is easily visible right off South Street.
The fresh produce is picked daily and provided by local farms. “We are a Jersey Fresh market, all the produce comes only from New Jersey,” said Eliza Murphy, onsite market manager.
The vendors also had many specialties, including dried fruits and nuts, fresh baked cookies, freshly squeezed lemonade, andprepared meals.
Paulo’s Kitchen, a local restaurant on South Street, has a stand selling frozen prepared meals. Their selections included lasagna,chicken cutlet, hand-whipped dressings and fresh Sicilian-style sauces. All the ingredients they use are Jersey fresh, so they do not have to use the chemical sprays that are needed to preserve vegetables during shipping from farther locations. Also, according to Paolo’s Lenny Ojeda, during organic season in about a month, all the vegetables they use in their food are organic and all of the fish are wild caught.
Hoboken Farms’ stand has fresh baked breads, frozen meals, and its famous marinara sauce, which was named Wall Street Journals “top pick.”
The market is also considering having live entertainment, events with activities for kids, and fresh mozzarella-making, according to Murphy.
The market will be open every Wednesday from June 12 to Oct. 30 from noon to 6 p.m.