Tuesday, September 11, 2012
Community members came out in droves for the annual fair on South Street. Check out our photo gallery of all the festivities.
Thousands of community members hit South Street on Sunday for the annual New Providence Street Fair. Sponsored by the New Providence Business Community, the fair featured a petting zoo, pony rides, exhibitors, local businesses and organizations, food vendors, a Kid Friendly Art Zone and live entertainment. Check out our photo gallery above and feel free to add your own shots from the fair.
Friday, September 7, 2012
This annual fair will feature numerous street vendors, activities for the kids and live entertainment for all ages on Sept. 9 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Read on for all the details.
It’s that time of year again when the kids are just starting a fresh school year and the fall season is about to bring crisp, cool weather our way. It’s also time for the Annual Street Fair, which will take over South Street in downtown New Providence this Sunday, Sept. 9 for a fun-filled family day. Sponsored by the New Providence Business Community, the fair will sprinkle South Street between Gales Drive and Springfield Avenue from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. with upwards of 100 street vendors, plenty of activities for the kids and live entertainment for all ages. “We’re going to have the ‘Kid Friendly Art Zone,’ sponsored by the Prestige Diner. There’s going to be a petting zoo and pony rides, and a section with kiddie rides,” said Michelle …
Tuesday, April 24, 2012
If it weren’t for the New Providence Business Community, we would be reading headlines like that!
Tuesday, April 24, 2012
Most people don’t think about how the borough is able to fund events like the summer concerts or the Independence Day Celebrations, especially in these fiscally challenging times. In fact, the borough has not funded these events or the street fair, Farmers Market, 5K race, or Christmas Walk for the past several years. Instead, the local business community generously stepped in to provide the funding and manpower so that New Providence could continue to offer outstanding celebrations and activities for the enjoyment of residents and visitors. “People don’t realize how much New Providence businesses do for our town,” said Jimmy Vardas, New Providence Business Community spokesman and owner of the Prestige Diner. “We really want …