Secaucus event to serve seafood all-you-can-eat style

May 24, 2017 by  

Those who love nothing more than to sit down to a good feed of freshly steamed blue crabs may wish to make their plans now for an upcoming Secaucus area event.

The Jersey City Crab Festival will [Read more]

Secaucus summer job application period opens

April 24, 2017 by  

The town of Secaucus will soon be organizing its summer employment program for local students, and it is currently accepting applications for a variety of positions.

Each summer, the town sets up [Read more]

Meadowlands Exposition Center set to go gluten free

March 31, 2017 by  

Many people live with gluten sensitivities and allergies, and a Secaucus event has been planned with them in mind.

The Gluten Free and Allergy Friendly Expo will [Read more]

Largest landscaping industry expo on the way for Secaucus

February 19, 2017 by  

Secaucus’s Meadowland’s Exposition Center will be hosting an event that will give those in the Landscaping industry and related trades an opportunity to keep up to date with the latest trends in their field.

This will be the 40th year for the [Read more]

Secaucus to host huge home and garden show

January 28, 2017 by  

New Jersey home and property owners are welcome to attend an Secaucus event that has been planned with them in mind.

The New Jersey Home Show, which will take place in the Meadowlands Expo Center, has been designed to provide ideas and inspiration for those who are interested in upgrading their [Read more]

Secaucus to host premiere wedding showcase

December 23, 2016 by  

Brides-to-be, their friends, families, and future grooms are invited to attend an event in Secaucus that will help make planning their special day a whole lot easier.

The New Jersey Bridal and Wedding Expo will bring together a [Read more]

Secaucus to welcome the holidays in style

November 27, 2016 by  

The town of Secaucus has planned a set of special events to help mark the start of the holiday season, and it is hoping that everyone in the community will come out to join in the fun.

The day will kick off with the Town of Secaucus Holiday Bazaar, which will feature an assortment of crafts and other handmade items for sale. There will also be food and other festive activities. This will be followed later in the day by the parade, which will include floats, music, and even Santa himself putting in an appearance.

After the parade is over, fun will keep going strong throughout the evening with a tree and decoration lighting ceremony. A petting zoo will be set up for the occasion, and there will also be costumed characters, wagon rides, food, music, and much more. Banners and other festive decorations for outdoor events like these can be produced by a print company.

All of this will take place on December 3, starting with the bazaar at 10:00 am at 1200 Koelle Boulevard. This will be followed by the parade at 7:00 am and then the tree lighting once that is over. Should the weather be inclement, the activities will be held on December 12th. All are welcome to come out and get in on the celebration, and more information can be found on Secaucus’s website.

Secaucus residents invited to special afternoon celebration

October 27, 2016 by  

Residents of Secaucus are invited to take part in an event that will raise funds for children and teens who have suffered a bereavement.

The 2nd Annual JustinTime Foundation Fundraiser will [Read more]

Engineering and Maintenance Expo to take place in Secaucus

September 16, 2016 by  

An upcoming event that has been planned for Secaucus’s Meadowlands Expo Center will put the spotlight on Buildings Engineering and Maintenance.

The expo will bring together a variety of experts in the field, as well as vendors, all of whom will providing information about the latest in trends, technology, and products related to the safe and efficient running of facilities and buildings. It will be the third year the event has been held, and all aspects of the field will be covered, including the efficient use of energy, compliance, operations, critical facilities, “green” buildings, and leadership. A company that creates promotional products can produce ones for a tradeshow such as this.

The organizers of the event – wwhich is geared towards those who work in the field of engineering or maintenance in large facilities, industrial and government buildings, sports venues, shopping centers, airports, warehouses, or any other large building – have planned for it to have something of interest to all those who take part. There will be displays, seminars, networking opportunities, and many other activities. Some of the workshops can even be used to earn CEU credits.

The North Jersey Buildings Engineering and Facility Maintenance Show will take place on December 7 at the Meadowlands Expo Center. Further details and an opportunity to register can be found on the event organizers’ website.

Secaucus to play host to huge gem and jewelry expo

August 19, 2016 by  

An event that has been planned for Secaucus will provide those who love jewelry with an opportunity to find some at a low price.

The Meadowlands Exposition Center will play host to the International Gem and Jewelry Show, which will include the latest creations from a wide assortment of manufacturers, wholesalers, and designers. It will follow a marketplace style, and shoppers will be able to browse through the many displays of jewelry, gems, beads, findings, and other supplies. Its organizers intend for it to provide those who come out with a huge selection at a low price.

Along with the retail area, the expo will also have a section set aside for wholesale shoppers. Those who would like to shop in this portion of the event are asked to bring along their state permit or business license and a business card, a copy of a wholesale house permanent pass, company letterhead, a signed purchase order, or a stub of a payroll check. A company that provides printing services will be able to produce many of these items for those who need them to attend an event such as this.

Tickets for the International Gem and Jewelry Show start at $6 each, and can be purchased through the event’s website. Those who are currently on active duty with the military and their families will be admitted free of charge.

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