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Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Plainfield offers new residents bus tour of Queen City highlights Saturday

The tower of Crescent Avenue Presbyterian Church
from the City Hall rooftop. Both are historic sites.

With the steady improvement of the real estate market and recent development of apartment opportunities in the city's Transit Village zones, the numbers of people moving into Plainfield has noticeably increased.

This Saturday (October 21), Plainfield's Division of Parks and Recreation is hosting its first ever bus tour of the Queen City for new residents.

Recreation Superintendent Veronica Taylor will conduct a tour covering the highlights of the city's historic sites, its parks and recreation opportunities, and its shopping districts.

The tour is free, but reservations are requested because of limited seating.

The bus will leave from the parking lot at the rear of City Hall at 11:00 AM and return about Noon. There is plenty of parking in the lot. City Hall is at the corner of Watchung Avenue and East 6th Street.

Gift bags and light refreshments will be provided.

To reserve your seat now, call Recreation at (908) 753-3097. Not available this weekend? Call and get on the Recreation mailing list to get announcements of future activities.

  -- Dan Damon [follow]
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