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Art Takes Flight Opens as Westfield's First Public Art Exhibit

Art Takes Flight Opens as Westfield's First Public Art Exhibit


As part of Westfield 300, presented by Valley Bank, The Westfield Public Arts Commission has unveiled its inaugural exhibit. Art Takes Flight showcases the talent and vision of local artists on fiberglass butterflies throughout the downtown area. These 30 butterflies -- one for each decade of Westfield's 300 years – are set on pedestals or affixed to trees or poles in a variety of locations, with themes ranging from nature, to pop art, to Westfield pride.

“This exhibit is a wonderful realization of a vision brought to life by our Public Arts Commission and many local talented artists,” said Mayor Shelley Brindle. “What an impactful way to showcase the benefits of public art for the community, especially as we continue to celebrate Westfield 300 this year.”

butterfly map 450x280The location of each butterfly, along with the corresponding artist and sponsor information, can be found at


Click here to download a printable exhibit map.


Public Art Stroll: Saturday, August 8

On Saturday, August 8, residents and visitors are invited to attend a Public Art Stroll from 11:30AM – 1:30PM, during which time many of the participating artists will be stationed at their butterflies to discuss their work and answer any questions. Face coverings and proper social distancing practices are required to participate in the artists’ discussions. The rain date is Sunday, August 9 for this interactive experience, although the butterflies remain available for viewing at any time. At the conclusion of the exhibit in the fall, some butterflies will be auctioned off to fund future public art installations, and some will be permanently installed in Westfield’s parks.

3“The Public Arts Commission is thrilled to debut this exhibit, for which we received over 75 impressive submissions,” said Councilwoman Dawn Mackey, liaison to the Westfield Public Arts Commission. “Since the onset of the pandemic, this project has taken on additional significance in a time when the community continues to re-emerge from their homes back into public life. Walking throughout Town to view and enjoy these installations will provide residents and visitors alike with safe and broad access to support the work of local artists, whose profession has been significantly impacted by COVID-19.”

In addition to the generous sponsors to fund the cost of the individual butterflies, local businesses also played a significant role in bringing this project to fruition. AR Workshop of Westfield created the signage for each display, and Brinton Auto Body applied the weather protective finish. In addition, Body Work by Fischer generously donated their services to apply the weatherproofing upon seeing the butterflies prior to installation.

The Westfield Public Arts Commission was established by ordinance in September 2019 at the direction of Mayor Brindle, and is comprised of resident volunteers, as well as Town Council liaison Dawn Mackey and Downtown Westfield Corporation liaison and Executive Director Bob Zuckerman. Its purpose is to provide a coordinated and comprehensive approach to utilizing art in the Town’s public space. In late 2019, local artist and gallery owner Ricardo Roig was commissioned to design and paint the first phase of a mural under the South Avenue overpass as part of the Town's overall revitalization efforts of that business corridor, with the second phase now underway and nearing completion – with a formal unveiling to be scheduled in the coming weeks. The mural was fully funded by donations from residents, The Presbyterian Church in Westfield, James Ward, The Westfield Foundation and an anonymous donor -- in addition to grants through the Main Street NJ and Union County HEART programs. For more information, visit

Westfield 300 is a year-long celebration, comprised of various programs and events, to commemorate the Town’s 300th anniversary in 2020. Westfield 300 is presented by Valley Bank, and is sponsored by: Columbia Bank; Elizabethtown Gas; Embassy Suites and Grain & Cane Bar & Table, Berkeley Heights; PSE&G; Stop & Shop Westfield; and Suplee, Clooney & Company. Westfield 300 is also sponsored, in part, by PNC Bank and Westfield Soccer Association. For more information, visit


Press Release from The Town of Westfield , August 3, 2020


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There are Many Restaurants and Food Establishments in Downtown Westfield that Offer Socially Distanced Outdoor Dining!

There are Many Restaurants and Food Establishments in Downtown Westfield that Offer Socially Distanced Outdoor Dining!

Perfect Weather to Enjoy Socially Distanced Outdoor Dining at one of Westfield's Wonderful Restaurants...& Awesome Places to get Desserts and Coffee!

Download a pdf of the Downtown Westfield Outdoor Dining Map


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Open Quimby Schedule Friday, July 31 – Sunday, August 2

Open Quimby Schedule Friday, July 31 – Sunday, August 2

Open Quimby Schedule Friday, July 31 – Sunday, August  2


Friday, July 31

6:30 - 8:30 PM Lucy Ritter, percussion and vocals, and Catherine Moore, keyboard and vocals, will perform a selection of upbeat pop, soul, and jazz songs from 6:30 to 8:30pm.


Saturday, August 1

Bring a mat, water and towel.  

 7 - 8 AM Brassy Buddha Yoga Bring a mat, water and towel. Sign up

8 - 9 AM  AlphaFit Club workout with Coach Sam Tooley & Ono Bowls. Bring a mat and towel. Please purchase from Ono Bowls.

10- 11 AM Total Body Functional Workout with strength & conditioning with Out Run Your Fork, followed up a nutrition session with your choice of juices, smoothies & bowls. Purchase of OnoBowls products at cost. Class is free but sign up here.


6:30 - 8:30 PM Francesca Prihasti and Nic Vardanega play Instrumental Jazz


Sunday, August 2


9 - 10 AM Brassy Buddha Family Yoga. Bring a mat, water and towel.  Sign up here.

10:15 - 11:15 AM Satsang All Levels Yoga Class for Everybody. Bring a mat, water and towel. Sign up here. 




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Westfield Foodie Stroll

Westfield Foodie Stroll

Downtown Westfield 

foodie stroll

1 to 5 PM Sunday 7/26

Take a delicious stroll through downtown Westfield this Sunday, July 26, from 1 to 5 PM with a self-guided walking tour of the most delicious destinations.

Sample multi-cultural specialties, unique cocktails, frosty and sweet desserts from downtown Westfield eateries and restaurants. Pay as you go, with sample size pricing as well.⁠

Small bite locations are listed below. Mark your calendar and get your foodie friends to join you for this delectable walking tour of downtown Westfield. ⁠ 

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Spice Bazaar 

39 Elm St, Westfield 

Jalapeno and Cheese Samosa $5

Stuffed Indian pastry

Crispy Cauliflower $5

Crispy golden brown, tossed in sweet garlic sauce 

Chicken Tikka Masala $5

Tandoori, fresh creamy tomato sauce (Mild) Naan- freshly baked bread 


Akai Lounge* 

102 E Broad St, Westfield 

Iced Lychee Martini $5 & Tuna Guacamole $7 *4 TO 5 PM

Finely chopped raw tuna served with wasabi-soy sauce, topped with homemade guac and side of homemade wonton chips



114 Quimby St, Westfield 

Hummus with Pita $5

Chickpea purée, tahini, lemon, olive oil 

Mediterranean Style Wings $5

Citrus, garlic, olive oil, spices, cilantro 


The Liquor Basket 

115 Quimby St, Westfield 

Chilled 24 oz White Claw Hard Seltzer $4 in various flavors

Single Serving Chilled Gin & Tonic, Cosmo or, Margarita $7

Chilled 12 oz Hop Bullet Double IPA $3


Nos Vino 

127 Central Ave, Westfield

Underwood Canned Wine $6

Chilled half bottle 375ml serving 

 Pinot Gris, Pinot Noir, Rose, Rose bubbles & Sparkling

Chilled Fishers Island Spiked Lemonade 12 oz $4 


Old Havana

13 Elm St, Westfield 

1/2 Cubano Especial Sandwich + Mango Juice $7

Roast pork, Ham, Swiss, and Pickles

Chicken or Beef Empanada + Mango Juice $4


Limani Grill

235 North Ave W, Westfield 

 Ahi Tuna Wrap $5 & Spanakopita $3



251 North Ave W, Westfield 

Combo sampler of Roosterspin Famous Double Fried Wings + Fries $6

Bulgogi Burger Slider + Fries $6



13 Elm St, Westfield 

Frosé (Frozen Rosé) $10 + Bruchetta Trio $7

Willd mushroom, Eggplant & Tomato



Ono Bowls, 107 Quimby St, Westfield 

Peanutz Coconut Bowl $8 & Cold Brewed Coffee $4

Coconut Blend + Granola Topped with Banana + Peanut Butter + Peanut Crumbles


Westfield Creamery, 258 E Broad St, Westfield 

Extreme Milkshake $1 sample, $5 small

Rimmed with Nutella & Crushed Oreo, blended with Cookies & Cream ice cream and crushed Oreos, with chocolate drizzle and whipped cream and topped with a mini sugar cone


Frizzled NJ, 106 Quimby St, Westfield 

Gourmet Air Fried Ice Cream $7

Hazelnut with Coco Crispy Crust or choose your combo

Air Fried Oreos with Crispy Crust $6


King's Bowl Cafe, 331 W Broad St, Westfield 

King's Bowl Special Acai Smoothie $4

strawberries, bananas, and milk for creamy goodness 

Blueberry Lemon Slushie $4


Cinnaholic, 18 Elm St, Westfield 

Freshly baked Gourmet Cinnamon Rolls with custom toppings $5.25 & up


Ahrre's Coffee Roastery, 104 Elm St, Westfield 

Dreamsicle Frappés & Real Fruit Smoothies $1 sample

Mango, Strawberry-Banana & Raspberry


 While you are strolling, please wear a face mask and social distance.  


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Downtown Westfield's All American Ice Cream Tour

Downtown Westfield's All American Ice Cream Tour

There are lots of ways to stay cool this summer. Try some ice cream, gelato, frozen yogurt, smoothies and fresh juices from these awesome local places in Downtown Westfield.

Ice Cream/Gelato/Frozen Yogurt:

The Chocolate Bar - Delicious gelato, chocolates and hand-dipped chocolate covered fruits, pretzels, brownies and more. 112 Quimby St., 908.389.9000. 

Boardwalk Ice Cream - Old fashioned hard ice cream and soft serve, just like at the Jersey Shore. 140 E. Broad St., 908.233.6002.

Cinnaholic Westfield 18 Elm St 908.588.2323 -
Discover Dole whip, vegan, gluten-free frozen dessert. 

Cold Stone Creamery - Design-your-own creations hand-mixed on a granite slab, plus shakes & more. 163 E. Broad St., 908.518.0044.

Emack & Bolio's Westfield - 
Premium ice cream with original & outrageous flavored cones since in 1980. 258 E. Broad St,, 908.228.3967.

Frizzled NJ, Gourmet Air Fried Ice Cream, newly opened popup, in Innovasian Taco, 106 Quimby Street. ⁠

 - Frozen yogurt with toppings. 270 North Ave. E., 908.654.1414.

Kilwins - 
Traditional ice cream with store made fudge and chocolates and decor with a classic vintage feel. 9 Elm St., 908.264.7476.

King' Bowl Cafe - 331 W Broad St 908.228.5396 - specializing in juices, smoothies, fruit bowls, oatmeal bowls, avacado toast, salads, coffee and ice cream.

Juice Bars:

Evergreen 116 Elm St 908.232.8800 - A variety of juices, smoothies, shakes and frozen yogurt.

Fresh Bui - Juices, smoothies and bowls with natural tonics and remedies to balance your health. Also featuring Malaysian White Coffee. 57 Elm St., 908.233.1377. (hasn't reopened yet). 

Juice Junky - Juices with organic fruits and veggies inside Feast Catering & Cafe. 27 Elm St., 908.654.0045. 

Ono Bowls
 - Tasty bowls. juices, and smoothies in a hip atmosphere. 107 Quimby St., 908.588.2087. 

Ahrre's Coffee Roastery - 
Smoothies, frappes and orange dreamsicles offered by this coffee shop in the summertime. 104 Elm St., 908.232.7977.  

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Downtown Westfield Reopening Town Hall Webinar Video and Power Point Presentation

Downtown Westfield Reopening Town Hall Webinar Video and Power Point Presentation

Downtown Westfield Reopening Town Hall Webinar
Tuesday, June 9, 2020


 Click here to view a video of the webinar.


Download the Power Point Presentation from the June 9, 2020 Downtown Westfield Reopening Town Hall Webinar

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"Virtual" 5K Pizza Run on Sunday, July 19, 2020

"Virtual" 5K Pizza Run on Sunday, July 19, 2020

Westfield’s Virtual 5K Pizza Run is Sunday, July 19, 2020

Run and raise dough for downtown Westfield businesses!

The Downtown Westfield Corporation (DWC) is excited to announce the Virtual Pizza Run on Sunday, July 19, 2020. Switching from our regular Downtown Westfield 5K & Pizza Extravaganza to a virtual format allows the community to stay safe while participating in this well-loved tradition. 

Register here for the Virtual 5K Pizza Run

Join our race director, Coach Sam Tooley, of Alpha Fit Club, and register for Westfield's Virtual 5K Pizza Run. You'll get instructions, training plans from Coach Sam Tooley, T-shirts*, pizza and prizes for winners—while raising dough for a good cause. All of the event's net proceeds will go towards downtown beautification and recovery, supporting downtown businesses adapting to COVID-19 requirements. 

How does it work? Included in the registration will be race day instructions and training plans for all levels. Run anytime, anywhere before race day, you'll receive a link to the Trackster app to track your distance and upload your race time by the end of the day on July 19. 

*Sign up before July 2, included in your race registration is a performance t-shirt AND a free training plan (beginner, intermediate, and advanced) created by Coach Sam Tooley. 

Of course, no 5K Pizza Run would be complete without pizza! All registrants will receive a $3 coupon for a slice of pizza from your choice of downtown Westfield pizzerias (good through 7/31/20). And that's not all. On race day, Downtown Westfield will be giving away 50 pizzas. Order from any of our downtown Westfield pizzerias and see if your order arrives with a "Golden ticket" for a free pizza in a future order.  

Winners will be announced within days of the event with the winner of each category receiving a certificate, social media mention, and a free pizza! 

*A Virtual Pizza Run t-shirt will be available for anyone who registers before July 2.  The Westfield Virtual Pizza Run T-shirt will be available for contactless pick up on July 17 to wear on race day.

Join the team:

  1. Sign up. Here is a link to register for Virtual 5K Pizza Run. The fee for the 5K is $35.
  2. If you'd like, you can create a fundraising team, like Coach Sam's Alpha Squad, or join one! The money raised will go directly to the downtown business corporation to help our local businesses. Join the team of your favorite local shop or eatery for a friendly competition amongst our businesses and see who's team can raise the most money. The winning team runs away with bragging rights, a sign proclaiming their dominance, social media posts, and a trophy.

Coach Sam Tooley and JackRabbit Westfield are hosting a complimentary Virtual 5K Pizza Run training workout (stationary, not a run) this Sunday, June 28, at 9 AM on Quimby Street, Westfield NJ. No registration is necessary, grab your sneakers, water, a towel, and a yoga mat, and get your training plan in motion. 

We hope to see you out there running and raising dough!


Gold Sponsors
Atlantic Medical Group, Overlook Medical Center

Bronze Sponsors
Elizabethtown Gas; Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey; JAG-ONE Physical Therapy; Lindabury, McCormick, Estabrook & Cooper, P.C.; Summit Medical Group; UBS; Westfield Pediatric Dental Group

Contributing Sponsor
AKAI Japanese Sushi Lounge

Supporting Sponsor
REDCOM Design & Construction LLC





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Proud of the Giving Spirit of The Farmhouse Store

Proud of the Giving Spirit of The Farmhouse Store

What better way to start Pride month than to highlight The Farmhouse Store and how, for years, they’ve given to organizations like Imagine and Hope Hospice, that help people cope with loss and grief.

Ever since Bill Curtis and his husband Ed Menapace, started The Farmhouse Store 13 years ago, helping charitable organizations has been a company mission. Recently, they made a significant donation to Imagine and the Center for Hope Hospice. Imagine is a center that helps children, families, and adults deal with loss. The Center for Hope Hospice is an organization that provides palliative care and family support. The Farmhouse store donated much-appreciated furniture to both organizations. Bill Curtis said that making the donations was a personally meaningful experience for him, as someone who has grappled with loss.

“The furniture that Farmhouse donated enables patients to be more comfortable during their last days. And family members who wish to stay by their side, often spend the night in these chairs,” said Frank Brady, President of Center for Hope Hospice.

On a smaller scale, charitable organizations approach Farmhouse weekly, requesting donations. Curtis eagerly gives whatever he can, donating to over 100 organizations every year. Curtis estimates that they provide a few hundred items yearly and thousands of dollars. In the past two years, he said that Farmhouse has given over 30 thousand dollars worth of items.

Since the Westfield area community has supported The Farmhouse's growth, Curtis believes it is essential to give back. He has been fortunate enough to employ over 20 people and build his business in Westfield, so as a way of saying thanks, he wanted to give back to the community through donations.

Through the Farmhouse Store, Bill and Ed embody the giving spirit of Westfield’s local businesses, rising to support those in need within our community. Local businesses spend their limited resources on good deeds like these, often without public recognition. We salute them.

Local businesses are the heart of our community.

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DWC Announces New Plan for Open Quimby

DWC Announces New Plan for Open Quimby


Quimby Street to accommodate pedestrian plaza and one-way traffic

As a result of feedback received from various downtown stakeholders, the Downtown Westfield Corporation (“DWC”) is announcing a new plan for Open Quimby that will take effect starting this Thursday, July 23. Open Quimby, which has resulted in opening Quimby Street for pedestrians only on the weekend, was developed by the Downtown Westfield Reopening Task Force which includes the DWC, Mayor Brindle and Councilwoman Mackey, town employees and business owners.

“While thousands of people have visited Quimby over the past four weekends to dine al fresco, take in an exercise class or just stroll down an open street, we are aware of the fact that this arrangement has been really good for some businesses, ok for a few and not so great for others,” stated Bob Zuckerman, DWC Executive Director.  “In order to try to accomplish our goals of creating a real pedestrian plaza, providing more space for outdoor dining, allowing cars to park for quick curbside pickup and deliveries, and creating an attractive destination for downtown Westfield, the Task Force has come up with a new plan which we believe will better achieve all of those objectives.”

The new Open Quimby plan is as follows:

  1. Quimby Street will become a one-way street, with cars moving in the direction from Central Avenue to Elm Street (the side with non-angled parking). One-way traffic will now flow on this side of Quimby seven days a week.
  1. The eight non-angled parking spots on the north side of the street will be open seven days a week for 15-minute curbside pickup and delivery vehicles only. The 15-minute limit for these eight spots will be strictly enforced by the Westfield Police Department.
  1. The south side of Quimby with angled parking will become a parklet for pedestrians seven days a week. No parking will be permitted on this south side of Quimby, although there will be access for the two alleyways on this side of the street. 
  1. Two twenty-foot tents, which will now have bistro lights, will be placed together close to the Central Avenue side of Quimby and used by the public for additional dining for take-out orders (from any restaurant) as well as fitness classes. Sanitized wipes will be available for customers to wipe down the tables in between seatings.
  1. The Elm side of Quimby and portions of the mid-block will be used for additional dining tables for the restaurants on the block who have already been using this extra space for outdoor dining.
  1. The parklets will have new planters and plantings interspersed throughout the open side of the block. Additionally, we have ordered attractive covers that will be placed over the concrete barriers to help beautify the parklets. These new covers will arrive in approximately two weeks.
  1. We will continue to have live music on Quimby on weekend nights.

Zuckerman said, “We hope the public and our businesses will find that this new plan works better for all of our stakeholders. Our goal is for Quimby Street to continue to be a real destination this summer while we’re living under the constraints of the COVID-19 pandemic.”

Quimby Street will be closed to traffic during the day on Wednesday, July 22 starting at 8:00 A.M. so DPW and the Police Department crews can set up the street. All of the businesses on Quimby will be open on Wednesday but parking will not be allowed and cars will not be permitted until the setup is complete. 

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Girls Night In PreParty on Facebook Live & Zoom

Girls Night In PreParty on Facebook Live & Zoom

Downtown Westfield's Virtual Girls’ Night Is May 28!

It's time to put more "social" into your social distancing. Due to COVID, the Downtown Westfield Girls Day & Night Out has been canceled—so we're going virtual!

We invite you and your girlfriends to connect with each other and make a date for Thursday, May 28th, for Downtown Westfield's Virtual Girls Night In.  

Connect to the online PreParty from 3 PM to 5:30 PM on Thursday, May 28. 

Join (and share) this Zoom link from a PC, Mac, iPad, iPhone, or Android device:

Click here to join:

Webinar ID: 870 6742 1402 

Or you can view a live stream by visiting Downtown Westfield's Facebook page (@Westfield NJ – Downtown ) or YouTube page 

Girls Night In Party Packages and Specials are available for purchase here.

Mayor Shelley Brindle will lead the event along with host Bob Zuckerman of the DWC, Councilpersons Dawn Mackey, and Linda Habgood—and Les Trent, a Westfield resident and senior correspondent on CBS's Inside Edition.

Downtown Westfield merchants will help get you ready for your virtual party with live 10-minute demos to achieve the most stylish quarantine hair, makeup, and accessories. 

Participate in foodie challenges, learn to make cocktails with swagger and cheese plates with finesse. Enter a random drawing to win gift cards from your favorite downtown Westfield stores by emailing a photo of your receipt to 

So, no cleaning your house and no uncomfortable heels. Shop for your virtual party essentials, connect with friends, share an experience while supporting Westfield businesses.

How does it work?

1 It's your party. Send an Evite to connect with friends for a virtual cocktail party on the evening of Thursday, 5/28, using your favorite video chat platform. Chose your guest list, it could be a graduation party or a birthday bash—a book club or a low key get together. What really matters is making a connection with friends you're missing.  

2 We'll make it festive. Downtown Westfield has everything you need to throw a spectacular virtual cocktail party with leveled-up food, cocktails, and activities to get the conversation going. Shop the Girls Night In Party Packages available from downtown Westfield merchants. Try your hand at a Quarantini Cocktail Kit, or roll sushi from the Nailed My Sushi Party Box, or start a band with a Virtual Group Ukulele Lesson and Sing-Along.

 Purchase Girls Night In Party Packages for yourself and for friends so you will share the same fun online experience. Check your email, our website, and follow our Facebook and Instagram to see all the Party Packages coming soon next week!

Enter a random drawing. Email receipts from gift cards or any items from downtown Westfield purchased between 5/18 to 5/28 to to be entered into a random drawing. You could win a gift card to the store where the purchase was made. 

4 Join us LIVE on the Girls Night In Pre Party 5/28 from 3 PM to 5:30 PM on Facebook Live @Westfield NJ - DowntownDowntown Westfield merchants will help you get ready for your party with live demos on how to achieve the most stylish Quarantine hair, makeup, and accessories. Participate in foodie challenges, learn to make cocktails with swagger and cheese plates with finesse. 

What should you expect for the Girls Night In PreParty on Facebook Live & ZOOM?

Downtown Westfield merchants will help get you ready for your party with live demos on how to achieve the most stylish Quarantine hair, makeup, and accessories. Participate in foodie challenges, learn to make cocktails with swagger and cheese plates with finesse. So, no cleaning your house and no uncomfortable heels. Shop, connect with friends around a central shared experience and enjoy a laugh while supporting downtown Westfield businesses. 

Register here for the Virtual Girls Night In PreParty Zoom Link

  • Patricia & Paul has teamed up with the Manatakis Girls, winners of Family Food Showdown on Food Network for a Girls Night In cooking class. They will share three of their favorite go-to Greek appetizers; Spicy Feta Dip, Secret Family Greek Meatballs, and Garlic Beet Potato Dip. Buy the essential ingredients kit from Patricia & Paul to receive a zoom link to join in on the fun with a Live cooking class on 5/28 from 7 PM -8 PM. One of our lucky zoom participants will win a $50 gift card at the end of the night! (Recipe cards and shopping list are included so you can cook along with Chef Soph, Mamma Manatakis, and Marina.
  • Tim from 16 Prospect, will lead us in making a bartender-approved Quarantini–pick up everything you need in 16 Prospect's Quarantini Kit,
  • Kiera, a celebrity makeup artist, shares how to achieve on-trend contouring and highlighting, using her contouring/highlighting kits in light/medium/dark from Blende,
  • Lillen from Akai Lounge wants to know if you have what it takes to roll Instagramable sushi. Take the Akai Lounge Nail That Sushi Challenge—using their Make Your Own Sushi Party Kit. Tag your masterpiece at #NailedMySushi @Akai_Lounge #GirlsNightInWestfield and you could be deemed the winner.
  • Could your house use a refresh? Ed from The Farm House Store will show how to buy furniture that suits your style now, even during the quarantine.
  • Janus will auction of new Salvatore Ferragamo bag from Janus’ Closet, with proceeds going to the We Love Local fund,
  • Laura from Farniolio Cucina will lead us in a Tuscan cooking lesson using Farniolio Ingredient Kit,
  • Terri from J. McLaughlin will show their “Upperwear,” spring tops and the newest trend—how to wear scarves in your hair. One lucky viewer will win a J.McLaughlin scarf.
  • Claudia from Elegant Image Salon will show you ten stylish ways to hide your grey roots—including her professionally mixed home hair coloring kit,
  • Miriam & Hillary will demonstrate the essential elements and assembly to make a photo-worthy snack. Mimi & Hill Cheese Board Design Kit has everything you need from stylish handmade trays, cheese knives, all the snacks, and wine pairing recommendations from Nos Vino.
  • Dan from DanTee Hair Architects will present simple solutions to make peace with your “au naturale” quarantine hair using products you may already have at home,
  • Valencia Music School will get the party started with a live Ukulele lesson and sing along with owners Kelly and Jose. Virtual group lesson packages are available for your next party. Send in your party song requests for a live music set after the sing-along. Ukuleles in the $50 range are available for curbside pickup John from Golden Age on E. Broad Street. Call 908.301.0001, or email

Shop Girls Night In specials here



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