5 Things for This Week: 8/06/12 to 8/11/12
Borough commissioners meeting, National Night Out, and Second Saturday—it's going to be a busy week.
The borough commissioners will take on new business at their regularly scheduled monthly meeting. Previous meetings have focused on the LumberYard, and this one is not likely to be any different; at the special meeting held just a few weeks ago, residents asked nearly 90 solid minutes' worth of questions about the borough proposal to finish off the project.
Bring your family out to meet their local law enforcement and emergency services personnel at this free crime prevention event. Borough police will shut down traffic at the intersections of Collings and North Atlantic Avenues for the street fair event, which will feature free food, games and face-painting for children. Come meet Patch staffers and get some swag!
The custodians of the historic places in the borough will convene for their monthly meeting.
The capstone experience to the summer reading program for children features magician Brian Richards. Admission is free and no registration is required.
5. Second Saturday
Aug. 11, 5-9 p.m.
Come on out and enjoy the monthly weekend street fair that promises an immersive walking experience filled with fine and performing artists, complimentary beverages, and gallery openings.