#HipNJ’sSam Selvaggio is in Kettleworth where the Burb Neighborhood Fair has gathered over forty local vendors in support of the CANswer Project!
Stefania Colosimo, chairwoman of the CANswer Project, has recently lost her mom to lung cancer. In honor of her mother and other’s fighting the horrific disease, local vendors gather to sponsor local charity at this event.
The CANswer Project’s mission is to host fundraisers focused around life! Everyone at the event is a local business and this is great in helping promote the local community!
One local business is “not your grandma’s antique shop”. Garret Maney IV, owner of Antique Antics, closed shop just for the event! Now that’s dedication. Another local owner, Paul Mecca, owner of Patricia & Paul Artisans of Fine Oils and Balsamics, has a stand for locals to sample all of his great entities. He even donates 10% of all proceeds to the CANswer Project!
To check out more about this event and see what other great things this local community is doing for the CANswer Project check out their website! www.TheCanswerProject.org
This summer, New York Giants fans and “hip”- New Jerseyians alike flocked to the Metlife Health and Fitness Expo at the Meadowlands in East Rutherford. The event was hosted by NBC 4’s Bruce Beck and Giants punter (and #HipNJ guest!) Steve Weatherford!
There was no shortage of things to do, including the “5k Run of Champions”, Zumba Zone, meet-and-greets with Giants greats, and more!
#HipNJ’s Enzo Domingo was on the beat on this glorious July weekend. Enzo spoke with Kristin Givone, director of channel marketing for Quest Diagnostics and the woman behind the cause. Quest Diagnostics is a proud partner in health with the Giants, and all parties thought it would be beneficial to engage fans in a fun wellness outing. Certified fitness trainer Kenneth Moskowitz echoed his pleasure for the day’s objective- to teach people how to live a happier, healthier lives.
One tent that was popular with attendees was Dance Dance Revolution (DDR) tent. Volunteer Jimmy explained its appeal; that it was a great way for adults and children to workout together.
We’ll see you at Metlife Stadium next summer for Round 2!
The South Orange Performing Arts Center has saved the day yet again! #HipNJ’s Gina Cerniglia got to meet all superheros under one roof as SoPAC host’s a mini superhero camp for little ones.
Director of External Relations, Dee Billia explains to #HipNJ the SoPac Celebratory Gala consists of #Kidville’s superhero workshop where they dress up & create masks of their favorite hero, and a #BobbyBeetcut performance – FREE for the community!
Gina was ‘super’ lucky to chat with professional musician, & empowerment enthusiast, Bobby Beetcut as he explains how to take on the world through his great tunes.
To find out where Bobby Beetcut is playing next visit www.Beetcut.com
Free events for families, you can’t beat that! For more information about more events at SoPAC please visit www.sopacnow.org/