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The best gifts, found locally in downtown Westfield

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James Ward walks the walk for LGBTQ+

James Ward walks the walk for LGBTQ+

Making a difference

ARTICLE BY JORDYN IVES, DOWNTOWN WESTFIELD HIGH SCHOOL INTERN & JOURNALIST
 
Pictured: James Ward and his son, Ethan, walk the permanent rainbow crosswalk he sponsored in downtown Westfield.

 

James Ward, real estate developer and owner of the James Ward Mansion, has funded the permanent addition of the Rainbow Crosswalk to downtown Westfield. Originally commissioned to celebrate Pride Month last June 2020, the crosswalk was not meant to be a long-term project, but when Ward heard that the town wanted to keep it up, he jumped right in to ensure the longevity of a cause close to him. Ward has been aware of the struggles of the LGTBQ+ community for decades and uses his banquet hall and resources to give back. 

 

His care for LGBTQ+ issues started when he was working in Key West during the 1980s. For people who were not accepted in their hometowns, Key West was an oasis. “I would interact with LGBTQ+ people there every day and it was eye-opening. They would talk about the towns that they came from and how they were not accepted, and a lot of them felt like they couldn't really be who they were. I found that to be awful and it really stuck with me over the years.” 

 

After gay marriage became legalized during the 2010s, Ward and his business partner and brother, John Ward, wanted to make it clear that they would provide a venue for all couples to get married in. As owners of one of the most popular venues in the area, they wanted to make it a point to welcome LGBTQ+ couples and provide a lovely space for them to get married. “We made it very clear that we were supportive of this movement and we wanted people to know that we embrace LGBTQ+ marriage,” Ward said. “ At the same time, we were reading in the papers that many vendors throughout the country were saying they wouldn't participate, so we wanted to get out in front of it. We reached out to people in the community and publications to make it clear that we would love to have their business.” 

 

Ward’s support for the LGBTQ community ties in with his love for weddings. “I think that a wedding is a commitment between two people when they are stating how much they love each other and that they are spending the rest of their lives together. That's what a wedding represents to me.” So during the beginning of COVID, when a gay couple lost their venue for their upcoming wedding, Ward reached out to them and offered the mansion for free. “They had a wonderful wedding, they were extremely thankful, and it worked out wonderfully. That is something that made me feel very good,” he said. 

   

Earlier this year, when Ward found out that the town government would allow the Rainbow Crosswalk to be permanent, he jumped right in and knew he would love to get involved. Ward admires the crosswalk not just for its looks, but more for what it represents and reveals about Westfield. “ I think it looks beautiful, but more than that I think it means that we are an open-minded town, are all-inclusive and it lets people know a lot about Westfield. I am very proud that I live here and that my 10-year-old son attends school here,” he said. 

 

Tying all aspects of Ward’s story together is the quote that he lives by, “You have enemies. Good. That means you've stood up for something in your life.” (Winston Churchill). “I admire Churchill very much. He was a very strong person and when he had to, he would use force to accomplish what he had to get done. And I fully believe in that. I grew up in Northern Ireland and joined the Troubles, which is a war. I would see the Irish fighting for their rights against the English — and even though Churchill was English, I happen to agree with a lot that he said. What you need to stand for, you must do,” he said. 

  

Additionally, Ward owns Selfie Stations NJ and plans to promote Pride month there as well. “I built Selfie Stations NJ and we are designing some of the booths for Pride month. We are adding the colors of the LGBTQ+ flag and on the window, we have a sticker that says proud sponsor of the crosswalk. It's something that's very near and dear to our hearts, and it's something that my brother and I both stood up for. We are raising my 10-year-old boy so he understands acceptances and that all of us are equal, regardless of whom we love.” 

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2021 Sweet Sounds Downtown Music Festival

2021 Sweet Sounds Downtown Music Festival

Sweet Sounds Downtown Music Festival is Back for the Summer of 2021

Live Music Every Tuesday Night in July & August, 7pm-9pm

Residents, visitors, shoppers and diners are invited to enjoy the free music at the 24th Annual Sweet Sounds Downtown Music Festival while strolling, dining and relaxing at the various outdoor venues around town featuring live musicians. Sponsored by the Downtown Westfield Corporation (DWC), the festival takes place every Tuesday evening during July and August, from 7pm to 9pm. Rain dates are the following evening, Wednesday, each week. While listening to the musical performances of “Sweet Sounds Downtown”, enjoy dining at one of Westfield’s fine restaurants or stroll and shop along the charming downtown streets.

We hope to see you there!

 

SPECIAL THANKS TO:

rite choice realty and turning point

Westfield Department of Public Works

 

 

 2021 sweet sounds music festival schedule web 3

 

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Chalk It Up to Summer — 3D Street Art

Chalk It Up to Summer — 3D Street Art

3D Chalk Art Exhibition and Hunt for Chalk Characters throughout Downtown.

Friday, June 18 through Sunday, June 20.

Sponsored by

Nettl and arts commission logos

 

Anthony CappettoInternationally recognized street artist Anthony Cappetto works in 3D illusions and 4D augmented reality using paint, chalk to create conceptual, thoughtful murals and street art across the US. This summer you can check out his work on Quimby Street in downtown Westfield.

 

 

 

 

 


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Mr. Cappetto will begin his street art on June 14th and it will be complete by Friday, June 18th. But don't wait to see the fantastic art as it will disappear with the wet weather. 

During the weekend of June 18th through the 20th discover chalk AddamsFest characters, created by local artists, hidden throughout downtown.

Feeling inspired? Create your own street art chalk designs using free chalk available from downtown Westfield merchants for a limited time and while supplies last.

 lady bug chalk drawing 2

 

 

  

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Your guide to downtown Westfield summer camps

Your guide to downtown Westfield summer camps

SUMMER FUN

Your guide to downtown Westfield summer camps

You're sure to have happy campers when you choose from among the many offerings in downtown Westfield. 

 

Get Spotlight Ready with Acting Camp

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Acting Out School’s Summer Camp Series, for ages 4 to 10. June 14 through August 13. Sign up for in-person weekly camps of varied times and levels at this premier acting school that takes kids from beginner to Broadway professional. Learn acting, musical theater, TV, film — and how to be fabulous.

Keep an eye out for information on an upcoming Broadway workshop that is still in the works.

Whether your child just needs to break out of their shell, or prepare for a Broadway audition, Acting Out has done it all, and their staff of professional working actors and musicians know what it takes. They have worked with hundreds of students, bringing out their potential. Their tremendous success rate speaks for itself.

 

 

Camp Funshine

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CAMP & PARTY OPEN HOUSE Thursday, May 27

Weekly camps June 21 through August 28, ages 4 to 13

New this summer: Get snap happy at  Camp Funshine at Selfie Station NJ. Choose from a variety of weekly thematic age-appropriate, in-person camps in a clean, interactive and joyfully-creative space. With 16 camp themes — ranging from Princesses to Pop Stars & Llamas in pajamas to TikTok Dance Camp — there is something fun for everyone.

Counselors are local high school theater students with a passion for performing arts. Campers will enjoy daily crafts, dancing, interactive story time, snacks, and photo shoots to create their camp scrapbook.

 

 

Get Crafty with AR Workshop Camps 

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AR Workshop, a crafty DIY studio, has in-person morning and afternoon camps in July and August. Have fun putting your spin on tie dye, cactus rocks, animal wood blocks, macrame plant hangers with painted pot and all the classic favorites — wood planks, mini trays, string art, and so much more. Check the calendar for general availability for in person camps, ages 8 and up.

 Not able to make camp? Get a summer art box subscription!

 

 

Makeup Artist Camp

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July 6, 7, 8 Camp (Ages 10-13)

July 20, 21, 22 Camp (Ages 14 & Up)

Join in person at Camp Blende.  Does your child love makeup? Do they want to be a makeup artist? Learn the age appropriate — vs scary and overdone — looks for days and parties — and a history of makeup styles through the decades. They’ll be in good company with celebrity makeup artist Keira Karlin, owner of Blende, and fellow campers, ages 10 and up.

  • 3 days from 9 AM – 12 PM with up to 7 other campers learning the basics of makeup,
  • A complimentary Custom Gloss,
  • Self-love mindset on why we wear makeup,
  • How to clean and sanitize their equipment,
  • How to apply makeup to someone else…for those budding makeup artists,
  • A personalized face chart,
  • Bonding with other makeup loving campers.

 

 

Music Camps

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Whether they are more Broadway or more rock, Valencia School of Music will have them singing, playing and performing in a variety of in-person full- and half-day summer camp programs. July 19 through August 20th. Ages 4 to 7, 7 to 13, 13 to 17.

 

 

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 NJ Workshop for the Arts will have in-person ensembles and ensemble camps for summer 2021— stay tuned for details to come. The Summer Arts Workshop is also in development with music, art, and more starting at age 4 and up.

NJ Workshop for the Arts provides private lessons and has a music therapy program, Music Connection, for kids with special needs, starting at pre-K.

 

 

Dance Camp

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July 6 to August 13 1, 2, 4 or 6-week online dance camp, ages 6 to 10; 11 and up.

Get them dancing with WSOD in Your Home Online Summer Dance Camp at Westfield School of Dance, an online summer dance camp offering a variety of classes to choose from including classes just for boys, preschool and even family dance.

 

 

Kids & Teens Fitness Classes

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With kids on screens more than ever, it is time to get them out of the house and get them moving again! 908 Athletics kids and teens in-person program teaches your children about fitness in a fun, safe, and motivating environment.  Your kids deserve to be happy and healthy. Sign them up for a free drop in so they can get out some of that pent up energy!

CrossFit Kids (ages 7 – 11):
Westfield : Mondays at 3:45pm – 4:30pm

CrossFit Teens (ages 12 – 14):
Westfield : Wednesdays at 3:45pm – 4:30pm

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Fun things to do for kids & teens

Fun things to do for kids & teens

24-types of fun for kids & teens

IN DOWNTOWN WESTFIELD

Warm weather is here and that means kids & their parents are on the lookout for camps, classes and good ole' entertainment. Check out the list of ways to spice up your summer in downtown Westfield.

  1. You’ll be ready for the ‘Gram in the most Insta-happy downtown

    Discover the favorite destination for photographers and influencers — the rainbow crosswalk, pastel buildings, the historic Ironbound building. Achieve the best-ever selfies at Selfie Station NJ, where you can sign up for summer camps each week. Snap the twinkle lights of Quimby, painted butterflies in town — on the corner of Quimby & Elm, Elm and North, at Evalyn Dunn, Alania Aesthetics, and throughout Mindowaskin Park. Discover the painted piano on Quimby and the Roig Westfield murals under the train trestle.  

    Don't miss Chalk It Up to Summer — 3D Chalk Art Exhibition and Hunt for Chalk Characters throughout Downtown.

    See the completed art Friday, June 18 through Sunday, June 20, weather permitting. Internationally recognized street artist Anthony Cappetto works in 3D illusions and 4D augmented reality using paint, chalk to create conceptual, thoughtful murals and street art across the US — and this summer you can check out his work on Quimby Street! Discover chalk AddamsFest characters hidden throughout downtown and created by local artists. Create your own designs using free chalk available from downtown Westfield merchants during this weekend.

    Sponsored by Nettl Metro and the Westfield Public Arts Commission

  2. Race at Downtown Westfield's Mini Grand Prix

    Car racing for the whole family Saturday, June 12, 2021 from 1 to 6 PM under the tents on Quimby Street.

    Experience the excitement of racing when you drive your mini 1/18th scale electric car at the speed of up to 200 mph in the Mini Grand Prix Race.  The cars are driven with real steering wheels and throttles on a 20’ x 20’ track. 
    Winners will get entered into a random drawing for prizes.

    Free admission sponsored by Extreme Party Racing

  3. Come downtown to jam to free live music

    2 to 3 nights a week all summer, Friday & Saturdays 6:30 to 8: 30 PM. Check the schedule here. In July, Sweet Sounds Downtown Music Series every Tuesday from 7 to 9 PM in various locations. 

  4. Shop farm fresh produce and meet local farmers

    Saturday mornings all summer, 8:30 AM to 1 PM at Westfield’s Farmer’s Market at the North Avenue Train Station. 

  5. Yoga for everyone

    Families that flow together grow together. Saturday & Sunday mornings on Quimby Street. Join Satsang Yoga Studio & Brassy Buddha Yoga.

  6. Life is sweet downtown. Find your favorites on this Sweet Treat Trail

    Family-owned Bovella’s Pastry Shoppe has been a staple of the community for over 60 years offering a variety of European-style pastries that can be paired with a coffee or an espresso for mom & dad.

    Try something new at NY Korean BBQ. They have over 15 flavors of bubble tea with chewy tapioca pearls that you suck up through a big straw.

    If chocolate or ice cream are your thing, you’re in luck. Check out Kilwins for their fudge, truffles and ice cream in freshly-made waffle cones. The Chocolate Bar is favorite local stop with their chocolate-covered strawberries, distinctive chocolates and homemade gelato. If you like your ice cream to be extreme the Westfield Creamery should be on your radar. Try the Extreme Milkshake or the colorful Llamalicious and Superman flavors in a chocolate M&M waffle cone. Design your signature creation with the ice cream made daily at Cold Stone Creamery. Looking for a lighter version of dessert? Don’t miss FroYo — serving up traditional ice cream as well as frozen yogurt and vegan Dole Whip. Kings Bowl Café is the perfect stop for ice cream, smoothies and acai bowls.

    Go crazy at all-vegan Cinnaholic with oh-so-yummy Cinnabun concoctions, such as frosty Dole Whip, edible cookie dough and build your own Cinnastack.

    Also vegan, Ono Bowls has healthy, yummy acai bowls and vegan baked goods. Kings Bowl Cafe, on the corner of South Ave & Rahway, can fill your wish list from healthy to not so much. They have organic acai bowls and smoothies and also ice cream and milkshakes.

    Only open until 3 PM, discover the Portuguese sweet treats in store at Brunella Portuguese Coffee & Deli, where you should miss the Pastel de nata custard cup — with or without Nutella, freshly made donuts and eclairs. 

    For an eye-popping dessert case don’t miss Rock ‘n Joe coffee lounge where you can pair a decadent dessert with a frozen hot chocolate. 

    Boxwood Coffee is throwing down the gauntlet with homemade chocolate chip cookies that are as big as your face (if you have a kid-sized face).

    Discover Cadbury Flake and other candy and chips they’ve never seen — imported from Ireland to Bridget’s Irish Cottage

    Finally, let them shop the old fashioned candy isle in Baron’s Drug Store, a definite right of passage.

  7. Treat your little to a real tea party — dolls are invited

    Enjoy fresh from the oven scones, cupcakes and baked delicacies at Mulberry House Restaurant.

  8. Make magic happen at this reasonably-priced glam spa for kids

    Glamourous Girlz is a salon for hair, nails, and kid-friendly makeup for special events. Plan a haircut, private spa party or mom & me mani and pedi.   

  9. Belt it out in three karaoke rooms

    while enjoying legendary double-fried wings at RoosterSpin.

  10. Play old school video games, skee ball & air hockey at Yestercades

  11. Have a pizza experience

    Toss the dough with a pro, or take a pizza kit to go at Outta Hand Pizza. Call ahead to schedule your experience.

  12. Find the hottest TikTok toys at

    Learning Express Westfield — the go-to stop for wrapped birthday gifts.

  13. Get a behind the scenes shoe store tour

    of the back room at Best Foot Forward Westfield

  14. Take a walk with a purpose

    Take a historic walking tour and find the site of the location of Westfield's first general store from the colonial era, the goddess Clio, and the building that housed Westfield's first library.

    Learn about local African American history, dating from 1720.   

    Discover public art as you stroll through downtown. You’ll find painted butterflies in town — on the corner of Quimby & Elm, Elm and North, at Evalyn Dunn, Alania Aesthetics, and throughout Mindowaskin Park. Discover the painted piano on Quimby and the Roig Westfield murals under the train trestle. Coming this summer, look for the Chalk It Up to Downtown Art Exhibit throughout downtown, Friday, June 18 through Sunday, June 20.

  15. Visit a vibrant independent book store

    The Town Book Store is brimming with good recommendations and a sweet section for kids with toys and all the best books for every age.

  16. Are you more a chicken tenders or chocolate chip pancakes?

    Get them both when you visit this shiny old school diner at Vicki’s Diner where everyone sits in a booth.

  17. Lovely Mindowaskin Park

    Walk the meandering path and discover a duck pond, a lighted gazebo and a newly renovated playground.

  1. Get crafty

    Drop in to AR Workshop, a crafty DIY studio that offers hands on in-person classes, parties and camps.

  2. Makeup Artist Camp

    Join in-person Camp Blende.  Does your child love makeup? Do they want to be a makeup artist? Learn the age appropriate — vs scary and overdone — looks for days and parties — and a history of makeup styles through the decades. They’ll be in good company with celebrity makeup artist Keira Karlin, owner of Blende, and fellow campers, ages 10 and up.

  3. Make some music

    Whether they are more Broadway or more rock, Valencia School of Music will have them singing, playing and performing in a variety of in-person summer camp programs.

    NJ Workshop for the Arts offers in-person Summer Arts Workshop with music, art, and more starting at age 4 and up. They also provides a free online music therapy program Music Connection for kids with special needs.

  4. Dance

    Get them dancing at Summer Dance Camp at Westfield School of Dance with a variety of online classes to choose from including classes just for boys, preschool and special needs programs.

  5. Get them ready for the spotlight

    Acting Out School’s Summer Camp Series, for age 4 and up. Learn acting, TV, Film and everything they’ll need — from beginner to audition prep.

  6. Kids and adults can’t help but smile at TikTok & Instagram heaven: Selfie Station NJ

    Get snap happy in the creative photo booths. New this summer: Camp Funshine at Selfie Station NJ. Choose from a variety of in-person weekly camps in a clean, interactive and creative space. Camp counselors are local high school theater students with a passion for performing arts. Campers will enjoy daily crafts, dancing, interactive story time, snacks, and photo shoots to create their camp scrapbook.

  7. Shopping

    Teens and kids will find items that are right up their alley while shopping at Ruby & Jenna, Urban Outfitters, Beyond Trends, The French Martini, Mimi + Hill Shop, South Moon Under, Gap & Gap Kids, Banana Republic, Athleta, Jack Rabbit, Universal LacrossePegasus Sporting Goods, Claire’s, Sole, and Best Foot Forward Westfield.
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10 Best Family-Friendly Downtowns in NJ

10 Best Family-Friendly Downtowns in NJ

According to NJMom.com Westfield is among the top NJ family-friendly downtowns and we couldn't agree more

Shop, Sugar-up, and Selfie in downtown Westfield

This Union County location with a Main Street USA feel is often referred to as Bestfield by locals—and it’s easy to see why with tree-lined sidewalks, unique shops mixed with brand-name ones, and a generally convivial atmosphere.

With Westfield’s 300th birthday this year, there are lots of things to do in downtown Westfield. Kids can hunt to find 30 painted butterflies strategically placed around town, installed by the Westfield Public Arts Commission in honor of the milestone event. After, check out Baron’s Drug Store, an old-fashioned pharmacy for fun trinkets and toys. And of course, you’ll need photos for the ‘gram, so a stop at the Selfie Station (the first and only selfie museum in NJ) will give you the backgrounds and ring lighting to get snap-happy.

Looking to satisfy your sweet tooth? Kilwin’s is a big hit for fudge, candy, and ice cream, or visit the Cinnaholic Bakery which has massive cinnamon buns with toppings and edible cookie dough (yum).

Boxwood Coffee is also a must for great local coffee and to-go snacks. Finally, let some energy out at Mindowaskin Park with its recently renovated playground, and don’t miss the little duck pond close by.

photo via @meaghanbmurphy featured on @bestfieldnj

 

 

 

 

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One local gift card for many local shops

One local gift card for many local shops

One size fits all has never been truer

Give a Beyond Main Downtown Westfield e-gift card to use among many favorite local shops in downtown Westfield. ⁠


Support local with an online gift card good at 15+ local downtown Westfield businesses. ⁠
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Choose among buy online, pick-up in-store, curbside delivery, email delivery of the Beyond Main Downtown Westfield gift card. Purchase from multiple stores and check out with one transaction. ⁠

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Open Quimby 2.0 — dining, music, fitness & events

Open Quimby 2.0 — dining, music, fitness & events

 

Open Quimby, downtown Westfield's enhanced pedestrian plaza is back with expanded outdoor dining, entertainment, and wellness programming. 

 

Open Quimby, Downtown Westfield’s popular pedestrian plaza, is back for another season, featuring enhanced aesthetics, expanded outdoor dining, and entertainment for all ages. 

 

REGISTRATION LINKS FOR ACTIVITIES BELOW 

 

Open Quimby was created in 2020 as the result of the restrictions placed on retail and restaurant establishments arising from the COVID-19 pandemic. “The DWC believed that it was critically important last year to provide outdoor space in our downtown to allow residents and visitors to dine outside and safely congregate in small groups,” said Zuckerman. “While some of those restrictions have been eased, the pedestrian plaza concept proved so popular that the DWC voted to bring the plaza back again this year.”

This year’s version of Open Quimby will be significantly enhanced from last year, with the advent of beautiful new tents for outdoor dining and activities, state-of-the-art bistro lighting that will illuminate the plaza, and aesthetic features such as a newly installed sign pole displaying the distance between Quimby Street and local and international destinations.

“I am thrilled that Open Quimby is returning for another great season,” said Mayor Shelley Brindle. “Throughout the pandemic, our local businesses have shown such resiliency and dedication, and Open Quimby is a great community asset to assist in supporting them. I’m looking forward to welcoming residents and visitors to experience the fantastic dining and retail offerings of Downtown Westfield in this enhanced outdoor gathering space.”

In addition to expanded outdoor dining space, Open Quimby will feature a variety of entertainment and programming:

 

Alfresco dining under the tents

Enjoy your meal outdoor with expanded dining under the tents. There are dedicated tents for "take out" where you can sit outdoors with your meal from any of downtown Westfield's restaurants. Find the full list of dining establishments here.

Restaurant's on or adjacent to Quimby have covered dining under the Quimby tents. Reservations are recommended. 

The Brick Oven 908.317.9500

Fiamma Wood Fired Pizza 908.654.0400

Spice Bazaar - Modern Indian Dining  908.389.1888

 

Live music

Will be performed on Friday and Saturday nights, weather permitting. 

April 31 Blue Americana- Glenn Alexander and Oria
May 1 Patrick Gannon
May 7 Free Speech
May 8 Blue Sphere
May 14 Jake Brown and Billy Wilkins
May 15 Clear Stream
May 21 Al Madison
May 22 Alex Oliveira and Alexandra Cruz
May 28 Kai Chiang -New Jersey Workshop for the Arts
May 29 Joe Taino
June 4 Daniel Rufolo
June 5 Ryan Anselmi
June 11 Mike Doyle
June 12 Fuey
June 18 Charlie Apicella & Iron City
June 19 Blue Sphere
June 25 The Cucumbers
June 26 Blue Americana- Glenn Alexander and Oria
July 2 Nick Masters
July 3 Patrick Gannon
July 9 Alex Desrivieres Trio
July 10 MPACK Band
July 16 Free Speech
July 17 Andy Lackow
July 23 Forget the Whale

 

 

The ever-popular Sweet Sounds Downtown Music Festival returns on Tuesday nights from 7:00 – 9:00PM in July and August, located in three socially-distanced locations — Quimby Street., Central Avenue, and Foundation Park on South Avenue West.

 

Yoga & Fitness Classes REGISTER BELOW

Register online and bring a mat, mask, and water.

SATURDAYS

9:00 AM Barre3 register at https://linktr.ee/barre3westfield

10:00 AM Brassy Buddha Yoga register at brandilook@gmail.com 

SUNDAYS

8:30 AM Brassy Buddha Yoga register at brandilook@gmail.com

10:00 AM Satsang Yoga register at www.satsangyogastudio.com

 

Westfield Fitness Studio Kettlebell Swing Workshop

7 PM to 8:15 PM Wednesday, June 30th on Quimby Street, under the tents

Come learn the quintessential kettlebell exercise — the swing — from RKC and Art of Strength trained instructors. All are welcome, whether you're new to kettlebells or you're a seasoned vet.

 

Register by phone, text or email  908.487.7244 or westfieldfitnessstudio@gmail.com

 

B.Y.O.B.'s (bring your own bells!) $10/person

Need to use Westfield Fitness bells? $20/person

***Space is limited and pre-registration is required***

 

Every dollar collected will be donated to the Community Food Bank of New Jersey.  

Big thank you to the Stop & Shop of Westfield which will provide water and bananas for workshop participants!

  

Traffic & parking

Effective April 30, Quimby Street will become a one-way street, with cars moving in the direction from Central Avenue to Elm Street. One-way traffic will flow on this side of Quimby 7 days a week. The eight non-angled parking spots on the north side of the street will be open seven days a week specifically for 15-minute curbside pickup and delivery vehicles only, which will be strictly enforced by the Westfield Police Department.

 

More info

Check back here as Open Quimby’s programming as the season unfolds. You may also email info@westfieldtoday.com with any questions.

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31 local gifts that Mom will love

31 local gifts that Mom will love

Discover the perfect local gift that Mom will love. 

Click here to open the Downtown Westfield Mother's Day Gift Guide.

 

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