NY Red Bulls vs NE Revolution

35377558_10160384227890304_1936702651865497600_nJoin your Hartwick College friends on July 21, 2018 as the New York Red Bulls take on the New England Revolution. We will gather prior to the game at the North East Plaza Lounge in the stadium to catch up with one another and enjoy a meal.
Saturday, July 21, 2018
5 p.m. | Pre-game reception
North East Plaza Lounge
7:30 p.m. | Game Time
NY Red Bulls vs. NE Revolution
Red Bulls Stadium
600 Cape May Street
Harrison, NJ 07029
This event is graciously hosted by Beave Rogers ’77, P’21 and his wife, Maira P’21.
Tickets are $65 per person; cost includes entry to the game and the dinner reception with water and soda (cash bar available). Please purchase tickets online by Friday, July 13, 2018.
This event will sell out quickly so be sure to register.

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Jazz in the Garden: Mark Gross

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The Newark Museum is kicking off the new season of its Jazz in the Garden lunchtime concert season with a performance by Mark Gross. Attendees are welcome to bring lunch or purchase it onsite. Admission is free for Museum Members and Newark residents; $5 for non-members. Performance will be held indoors in the event of inclement weather.

Baltimore-born jazz alto saxophonist Gross, who comes from the hard bop tradition, has been compared to Cannonball Adderley and credits his prolific sound to the rich appreciation for Gospel music that resounded through his parents’ home. Gross has recorded on over forty notable jazz recordings, including the two Grammy winning Dave Holland Big Bands-What Goes Around (ECM) and Overtime (Dare 2 Records). He will be performing music from his third and newest release,

Additional performances in the series are as follows:

* Thursday, July 19 — Marc Cary

* Thursday, July 26 — Bobby Sanabria

* Thursday, August 2 — Carla Cook

Support provided by Whole Foods.

Harrrison Football BeefSteak

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Friday, May 18 at 8 PM at the Harrison/ East Newark ELKS Club

Harrison Football BeefSteak! Friday, May 18th!! Please contact  Mike D’Errico, Mike Gregory, Rudney Antunes, or Bryan Carr for tickets! $60.00 for an individual ticket or $400.00 for a table (8 Seats per table). Ticket includes full course spread and unlimited beer/soft drinks. All checks can be made out to the Harrison Education Foundation. Roll Tide

Red Bulls Autism Awareness Game

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The New York Red Bulls will host Autism Awareness at Red Bull Arena on Saturday, April 21, for our match against Chicago Fire at 3:30 p.m.

A percentage of each ticket purchased through this link will be donated to Autism Speaks. The first 1,500 who purchase through this link  will receive an Autism Awareness scarf. (Donated amounts are not tax deductible by ticket purchasers.)
There will also be a Quiet Room available for families impacted by Autism looking to take a break from the game located in 1935 near section 112 (look for signs to direct you there).

Sensory Sacks will be available in the Quiet Room and in the Sensory Room. Each sensory sack will include a stress ball, a wristband with the child’s seat information and headphones/hearing safe protectors for children.

When purchasing tickets, please note Sections 113-118/213-218 will be the closest seats to the Quiet Room and will most likely be occupied by other families impacted by Autism. Sections 101,102 and 133 are occupied by our Supporters and sections 219 and 220 are occupied by Chicago Supporters.

25 Valentine’s Day Decorating Ideas For Your Modern Home

2018-02-07_14-17-49Valentine’s Day isn’t everyone’s favorite holiday, with its expensive roses, cheap boxes of chocolate and oversized teddy bears that leave many rolling their eyes.

Opinions and relationship statuses aside, this Hallmark holiday does give us a fun opportunity to add a pop of color and a dose of love to our homes in the dead of winter. So we’ve come up with some ways to quickly and easily achieve modern Valentine’s Day decorating.

It’s a holiday that’s characteristically clichéd, so decorating your home with modern flair starts by using pieces that aren’t specifically Valentine’s Day-themed. Skip the “Happy Valentine’s Day” banners, serveware and balloons, and look for stylish home goods in a rosy color palette; they’ll fit the occasion without looking kitschy.

To achieve a modern Valentine’s Day decorating look with hearts, consider replacing the traditional red and pink with black and white or metallics. As an added bonus, décor that isn’t holiday-specific means it can be used long after February 14.

Whether you’re hosting a dinner party for friends, cooking an intimate meal for two or just relaxing at home in your pajamas, here are a few our of our favorite ways to give your home a little love.  FULL ARTICLE at FRESHHOME.COM

Monster Jam

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January 27th & 28th at The Prudential Center

This points-based format showcases athletes as they go head-to-head in seven different competitions, driving three different vehicles – Monster Jam trucks, speedsters and ATV’s. These world-class Monster Jam vehicles and athletes deliver what fans want to see most…more trucks, more racing, more freestyle, more donuts, more wheelies, more action!

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Harrison Urby’s Coperaco Coffee Shop Has a Tree House

coperaco-harrison-urby-08-1392x928via JerseyDigs.com – The Kearny-based Coperaco Coffee has set up shop on the first floor of Harrison Urby, and developer Ironstate built a two-story tree house inside, as first seen in Dwell. The Dutch firm Concrete designed the space, which has a couch and a fireplace downstairs. A library, table, and another couch and some comfy chairs occupy the upstairs. One wall is made of braided rope.

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