From cigars to clothes to shave and a haircut, Downtown Westfield has Dad covered.Continue reading
Downtown Westfield Corporation and Williams Nursery have partnered again and placed beautiful floral displays in downtown Westfield.Continue reading
Kris McAloon, Town Engineer, Craig Gibson, DPW Downtown Business District Supervisor, and Craig Stock, Owner of Craig R. Stock Landscape Design were inspecting the progress of the new Foundation Park. Located at the South Avenue circle, this joint project between The Town of Westfield and The Westfield Foundation will open in time for Sweet Sounds Downtown Jazz Festival as a fifth location for jazz performers.
If you ever sat in traffic at Elm Street waiting to turn, to cross as a pedestrian or if you have been caught 'blocking the box' at E. Broad St. & Elm St., then you know this intersection needs to be upgraded.
Thanks to the efforts of the Town of Westfield, Union County, and a Department of Transportation grant, these improvements have been underway for several weeks and expected to be completed by summer.Continue reading
News from 13 of our businesses in Fashion, Arts/Gifts, Home, and Services.Continue reading
The 20th Annual Sweet Sounds Downtown Jazz Festival 2016 will begin on Tuesday, July 5, 2016. Residents, visitors, shoppers and diners are invited to enjoy the free music while strolling, dining and relaxing at the various outdoor venues around town featuring live musicians every Tuesday night in July & August, 7-9pm. pdf View the 2016 Sweet Sounds Downtown Jazz Festival schedule. (1.70 MB)Continue reading
On Wednesday, June 8 at 7:00 p.m., the Westfield Memorial Library will present “Richard II,” and on Saturday, June 11 the Kenn Morr Band will perform at 2:00 p.m. The Library is located at 550 East Broad Street.
Richard II will be performed by the Hudson Shakespeare Company. It tells the story of Richard II, a king since childhood, who has continually been told he is God's representative on earth. He takes on that role with relish, as he wraps himself in iconic imagery while disregarding his citizens.Continue reading