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Downtown Westfield Fall Foodie Stroll, Sunday October 4

Downtown Westfield Fall Foodie Stroll, Sunday October 4

Sunday, October 4, from 12 PM to 4 PM*

Stroll and try delectable bites, specialty cocktails, and desserts from downtown Westfield restaurants & eateries while stamping out childhood hunger.

Register here:

A $5 registration fee will purchase a wristband that diners need to participate in the Fall Foodie Stroll, with registration proceeds benefitting the local branch of the nonprofit No Kid Hungry, feeding hungry children in Union County. The Downtown Westfield Corporation is proud to join Williams-Sonoma, Inc. in its efforts to end childhood hunger by raising awareness and funds for No Kid Hungry, a national campaign to end childhood hunger in America.

“The Downtown Westfield Fall Foodie Stroll highlights tasty specialties throughout downtown Westfield’s diverse eateries,” explains Downtown Westfield Executive Director Bob Zuckerman. “We hope to see families, couples and friends sampling some of the best of downtown Westfield’s delicious offerings ­— and we hope they come back soon to try out the new dishes they’ve discovered.  Williams-Sonoma Westfield brought us the idea of partnering with them in their well-established efforts to end childhood hunger and we were immediately on board. We are donating the proceeds from the registration fee for this event to the local branch of the nonprofit No Kid Hungry.”

Pick up prepaid wristbands and maps on the day of the event, Sunday, October 4, from 12 to 4 PM in front of Williams Sonoma, 127 Central Avenue, Westfield NJ. Stroll throughout downtown Westfield sipping and sampling the best bites from over 15 participating eateries. Pay as you go with sample-sized pricing.

Registration will be open to only 400 participants during two time slots, 12 to 2 PM & 2 to 4 PM, to limit crowds.

Cash will be required at each restaurant to enhance transaction speed. The average price per item is $5.

Masks are required while strolling. Tables will be provided to sit and eat.

Additionally, the Westfield Green Team, Downtown Westfield Corporation and Town Council announced the installation of demonstration bike lanes on one side of Prospect Ave. leading downtown between Oct. 2 and 4th. These pop-up bike lanes coincide with the Downtown Westfield’s Fall Foodie Stroll on Sunday, October 4, and participants are encouraged to “Ride the Pop-Up” to the Fall Foodie Stroll where they will be met by volunteers from the Green Team who will offer secure valet bike parking at the North Avenue train station to bicyclists during the event.  The three-day pop-up bike lane project will consist of bike lanes marked with traffic cones between Franklin School and Dudley and permanent bike lane signs between Dudley and E. Broad.  Parking will be prohibited in areas marked with traffic cones.

 “This is going to be a fun event,” states Bob Zuckerman, “Ride your bike downtown, bike parking will be easy. Walk, eat, drink, socialize and feel good about contributing to a worthy cause. This event brings together all the best of downtown Westfield.”

Register here:

For more information about Downtown Westfield’s Fall Foodie Stroll please contact or call the Downtown Westfield Corporation at 908.789.9444.

Participating in the Fall Foodie Stroll:

1958 Cuban Cuisine

Addams Tavern

Ahrre's Coffee Roastery

Akai Japanese Lounge*


Ferraro’s Restaurant


Feast Cafe & Catering

Kings Bowl Café

Lavash - Mediterranean Grill

Limani Grill

The Liquor Basket

Manhattan Bagel

Nos Vino

Ono Bowls

Outta Hand Pizza


The Salad House

Spice Bazaar - Modern Indian Dining

Tinga Taqueria

Westfield Creamery

Westfield Wine & Liquor


* 1PM to 4 PM

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AddamsFest Returns to Westfield in October

AddamsFest Returns to Westfield in October


Town-Wide Festival Honoring Westfield’s Charles Addams is Reimagined for a Year Like No Other

If isolation and distancing were an art, The Addams Family would be the masters. This year, their dynamic is on-brand as the wildly successful AddamsFest returns for a third year – this time, in a pandemic-friendly manner, and once again transforming Westfield with a uniquely exciting celebration honoring its own Charles Addams and his penchant for the macabre with a wide variety of events.

Dubbed “Alt AddamsFest” for 2020, the festivities will be shaped by creative approaches to gatherings that provide a safe environment while maintaining the initial spirit of the celebration.

Born in 1912 and raised in Westfield, Charles Addams was one of the country’s premier cartoonists, with his work prominently featured in The New Yorker. His most successful creation, The Addams Family, was inspired by his hometown surroundings. The characters that began as illustrations grew into a television series, a live action movie franchise, a Broadway musical, and last year’s Addams Family animated movie. In October, he will be posthumously inducted into the New Jersey Hall of Fame. What better place to honor Addams’ talent and creativity than the town where he grew up?

“The return of AddamsFest is a wonderful way to provide the community with a celebration and connectedness during a year that has challenged us all,” said Mayor Shelley Brindle. “I’m thrilled that we are able to find innovative ways to have these festivities safely and keep the spirit of AddamsFest in Westfield for its third year.”

Mark your calendars for a variety of events to be held throughout an October like no other.

  • Wicked Windows of Westfield: Once again, AddamsFest promises to transform Westfield into a fanciful, spooky, kooky destination. Throughout October, residents and visitors can support Downtown Westfield and South Avenue businesses while taking in the Wicked Windows of Westfield, an artistic celebration of Halloween and The Addams Family.
  • Haunt Your House Contest: Back by popular demand! Get in the spirit of the season with Westfield’s third annual Haunt Your House contest. Once again, community members will tour Westfield to view the entries and vote for their favorites using an online map of participating homes. After spending so much time at home in 2020, the expectations are high – registration opens September 14!
  • Draw This in Your Own Style – The Addams Family: The “Draw This in Your Style Challenge” is a viral trend that emerged over the past few years on social media and art-oriented websites. The challenge begins with a posted piece of artwork and then challenges others to reinterpret that drawing or character in as many different styles as possible, often with amazing and inspiring results. AddamsFest will invite the public to participate in this contest by drawing one of Charles Addams’ specific iconic cartoons in their own style and sharing their entries on social media.
  • Mystical Mindowaskin: One of Westfield’s most picturesque destinations will be the site of a family-friendly, self-guided stroll that will evolve throughout October and include features such as the Painted Pumpkin Path, showcasing works of art presented by the Westfield Public Arts Commission; Quest for the Halloween Fairy Doors, a hunt to locate these hidden portals on various trees; an Enchanted Forest; the return of the Addams Family House on Mindowaskin Pond; and a variety of innovative photo stops along the way.
  • Maniacs’ Carving Contest: Join Brooklyn’s beloved Maniac Pumpkin Carvers via Zoom for a hands-on jack-o-lantern carving tutorial, and enter your creation for a chance to win prizes from local businesses.
  • Dudley’s Drive-In (October 23 and 30): A little bit retro and naturally socially distant, a drive-in is the perfect addition to the 2020 Alt AddamsFest line-up. The South Avenue train station lot will host four drive-in movie screenings:
    • Friday October 23, 6:30PM: It’s a Halloween pajama party for the families! Get comfy, put the kids in the car, and settle in for – what else? -- The Addams Family movie, set right here in New Jersey.
    • Friday, October 23, 9:00PM: The second shift is for the braver audiences, with a screening of the classic thriller Psycho.
    • Friday, October 30, 7:00PM: Pajama family screening of Hotel Transylvania.
    • Friday, October 30, 10:00PM: Calling all Brads and Janets (age 18+)! AddamsFest tradition lives on for a late-night screening of The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Maybe hold on to that scarce toilet paper from this year and bring it along.
  • Tamaques Haunted Trail (October 24 and 25): Cars near and far are summoned to load up with passengers and drive through this new and immersive Halloween experience in Tamaques Park. By day, the Trick or Trail will welcome families for a spooky, age-appropriate event, while the distinctly haunted Trail of Terror will be held at night for more mature attendees seeking a frightful drive. Through a combination of live action and digital simulation, this innovative attraction for a pandemic-friendly environment aims to bring the spirit of the season to a variety of age groups.
  • Charles Addams: A New York State of Mind (October 29): Missing Manhattan? Join a virtual conversation with Kevin Miserocchi, Director of the Tee & Charles Addams Foundation, as he as he regales us with tales of the saucy side of his friend, Chas, and introduces us to the new book featuring illustrations of Addams’ beloved New York City, Addams’ Apple: The New York Cartoons of Charles Addams. Get a behind the scenes glimpse of Charles and Tee Addams’ home in the Hamptons (“The Swamp”), visit the pet cemetery where they were married, and explore the mysterious home where Charles Addams’ creations were born.

 “Perhaps now more than ever, the essence of Charles Addams’ creations ring true with their odd, macabre take on everyday life, and themes of home and family at the core,” said Councilwoman Dawn Mackey, AddamsFest Chairperson. “We are thrilled to bring back this celebration of one of Westfield’s most notable residents in a newly reimagined way that is reflective of the challenges, silver linings, and resiliency of 2020.”

Further details about this year’s line-up, as well as community partner events and additional surprises, will be announced in the coming weeks. Stay tuned as the altogether ooky events continue to unfold on the AddamsFest website ( and social media channels (@addamsfest on Facebook and Instagram). All events are subject to change in accordance with public health guidelines. For more information on sponsorship and volunteer opportunities, please email

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Open Quimby Schedule Friday, September 25 to Sunday, September 27

Open Quimby Schedule Friday, September 25 to Sunday, September 27

Open Quimby Schedule Friday, September 25 through Sunday, September 27

Enjoy live music Friday and Saturday evenings on Quimby Street, with Nick Masters on Friday and Blue Sphere on Saturday!

Appetizer and drink specials, live music, yoga, and fitness classes, and check out the art installation throughout downtown Westfield, Art Takes Flight, with 30 butterflies, one for each decade of Westfield's 300 years, painted by individual artists. Public painted pianos are on Quimby Street and South Avenue for use by anyone who would like to play. And check out the Westfield mural under the East Broad Street train trestle by artist Ricardo Roig. 

Friday, September 25

6:30 - 8:30 PM Music from Nick Masters


Saturday, September 26

Bring a mat, water and towel.  

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

10- 11 AM Ono Bowls is partnering with Out Run Your Fork Personal Training for a Total Body Functional Workout with strength & conditioning followed up a nutrition session with your choice of juices, smoothies & bowls. Class is free with a purchase of OnoBowls products at cost. Sign up.

12 - 3 PM Small plate and drink specials at Ferraro's Restaurant, 14 Elm St. 

 6:30 - 8:30 PM Music from Blue Sphere


Sunday, September 27

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. 

12 - 3 PM Small plate and drink specials at Ferraro's Restaurant 14 Elm St. 

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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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I'll take that to go

I'll take that to go

Delicious options for dining—even as we practice social distancing. 

Most downtown Westfield restaurants are open. Order and pay ahead they will deliver to your home or they'll bring it out to your car for curbside pick up. 

Amid the Covid-19 crisis most downtown Westfield restaurants are open — taking precautions and using social distancing — to deliver the food you want. Even restaurants that do not usually deliver are delivering now, to homes and for curbside pickup. 

16 Prospect Wine Bar & Bistro,

Addams Tavern

Ahrre’s Coffee Roastery 

Akai Lounge

Boxwood Coffee Roasters

The Brick Oven

Brunella Portuguese Coffee & Deli

Buddha Fish

Bovella’s Pastry Shoppe

Casa di Pizza

Chez Catherine

Chipotle Mexican Grill


Cold Stone Creamery

Di Farina Pizzeria



Feast Catering


Fiamma Wood Fired Pizza,

Five Guys Burgers and Fries


Hershey's Deli

Hunan Wok III

Inspiration Roll

Jade Garden


Kings Bowl Cafe (open 5/5)

La'Vash - Mediterranean Grill 

Limani Seafood Grill

Liquor Basket 

Manhattan Bagel

Mulberry House Restaurant

Nos Vinos

NY Korean BBQ

Old Havana

Ono Bowls

Outta Hand Pizza

Qdoba Mexican Eats

Rockn' Joe Coffeehouse + Bistro


Sichuan Dynasty

Spice Bazar - Modern Indian Dining

Splash of Thai


Sweet Waters Steak House

The Salad House

Tinga Taqueria

Turning Point

Vicki's Diner

Westfield Diner

Westfield Seafood

Westfield Station Cafe

Westfield Wine & Liquor 





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Covid-19 Update from Mayor Shelley Brindle

Covid-19 Update from Mayor Shelley Brindle


As of today, there are 6,876 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in New Jersey. These include seven additional cases in Westfield -- two males (ages 59 and 22) and five females (ages 52, 45, 43, 32 and 20) -- all are managing symptoms at home. This brings the official count from the Board of Health to 26 cases. For a more detailed breakdown of statewide numbers, visit the NJ Department of Health COVID-19 Dashboard at…/topics/covid2019_dashboard.shtml.

▪️Today, Governor Murphy announced that President Trump issued a Major Disaster Declaration for the State of New Jersey. The declaration will provide federal assistance to supplement statewide recovery efforts affected by the COVID-19 pandemic beginning on January 20, 2020.

▪️In New Jersey, 155,000 workers filed for unemployment in the last week – 16 times the number who filed the week before.

▪️Governor Murphy signed legislation Wednesday evening to expand New Jersey’s Temporary Disability Insurance and Family Leave Insurance programs to provide more workers with access to paid leave benefits during public health emergencies.

▪️The Governor also indicated that he will not be prepared to revisit the closure of school districts until at least April 17, at the very earliest, and that such a decision will be based on careful discussion with public health and safety experts, educators, and districts.

▪️On Saturday, March 28, the COVID-19 testing sites at Bergen Community College and PNC Bank Arts Center will accept ONLY symptomatic health care workers and first responders. Beginning Sunday, March 29, the sites will move to a new schedule, which is posted on

▪️As part of the State’s Main Street Stimulus focus, the New Jersey Economic Development Authority approved an initial $75 million program to help stabilize small businesses. It is believed that this program will be able to provide direct financial assistance and support for between 3,000 and 5,000 small businesses:…/…/news/562020/approved/20200326b.shtml….

▪️A quick clarification on an error we made in a previous update: While the federal income tax filing deadline has been extended to July 15, New Jersey has not yet announced a definitive extension deadline for filing state income taxes. The state legislature passed a bill recommending a June 30 extension deadline, and we will communicate any updates about its progress from the Governor’s office as they become available.

▪️Congressman Malinowski is launching a food drive to help restock food pantries across the district and has established one of his collection boxes in Westfield (730 Lawrence Avenue). You can drop off supermarket gift cards, canned vegetables, beans and fruit, granola bars, crackers, bottled water, apple juice, coffee, cleaning supplies, diapers, and paper goods by April 6.

▪️Who’s ready for an encore? Tune in to Live with Kelly and Ryan at 9am tomorrow on WABC7 to see Westfield neighbor and Goo Goo Dolls frontman John Rzeznik reprise his porch performance to raise money for Westfield United Fund’s #welovelocal campaign to support our local businesses. And, in even better news, the Westfield Foundation has offered to match the next $30,000 in donations! We have already received more than 40 applications from local businesses who need our support -- please make your donation today at

▪️Although the Westfield Memorial Library remains closed until further notice, remember that online access will continue. For residents without a card, please request one on the library’s website ( In addition, during the COVID-19 closure, no fines or DVD fees will accrue. Please follow the library on Facebook (@WMLNJ) to catch all of their virtual programming -- including storytime, virtual Lego club, crafting, daily teen writing classes, author readings, drawing tutorials, and more. As always, members can access movies, books and music through the library’s digital services, such Overdrive, Freading and Hoopla.

▪️Thanks to Westfield Police Officers Jackus, R. Johnson and Kenny, along with Chaplain Gibbons, for unloading four pallets of food for the Westfield Food Pantry from the Community Food Bank. In addition, Officer Kenny and Detective Savnik today delivered two full bins of donated masks to Overlook -- many thanks to everyone who helped make this happen.

Thanks to each of you for your ongoing support and willingness to help. Stay well.


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To make a contribution, please visit the Westfield United Fund website:…/donate.html

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Read Mayor Brindle's March 9 Remarks about Redevelopment in the Town's Growth Strategy

Read Mayor Brindle's March 9 Remarks about Redevelopment in the Town's Growth Strategy


In two weeks, we will be presenting our 2020 budget to the public. While the budget is still being finalized, I want to take this opportunity to provide some context behind the numbers, let you know what to expect in this year’s tax bill, and share our growth strategy for the future.

First and foremost, some background. For the past decade, the Town has taken a very conservative approach to budgeting which has effectively maintained the status quo while yielding a positive AAA bond rating and sizable surplus. It’s an approach that a financial advisor would apply to a couple in retirement, ensuring there is adequate funding to support basic needs for their remaining years, while leaving something for the grandkids.

For Westfield, this has resulted in a healthy nest egg, but has come at the expense of long term investment in roads, parks, infrastructure, and our downtown to adequately meet the reasonable expectations of taxpayers.

It’s a strategy that has also made us overly reliant on revenue sources that contradict good long-term policy, such as parking tickets and permits for tear downs, road openings, and construction. This not only undermines our neighborhood character, downtown vibrancy, and quality of life, but also makes us vulnerable to the whims of the economy, which has necessitated an excessive surplus as a safeguard.

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Wellness Weekends. Try them out.

Wellness Weekends. Try them out.

Wellness Weekend events are a variety of discounted healthy food options, products, fitness classes and wellness services you can try without obligations.

Bring a friend or go solo, it's a low cost—or free— way to sample services that nourish your body and mind.

Westfield Mayors Wellness Campaign encourages wellness in all its forms—healthy eating, exercise, spiritual and mental health. Discover the array of holistic resources in downtown Westfield to help you along your personal path to wellness. 


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nutrition, essential oils & skincare

Streamline your routine, treatments and products. Great results with simple solutions.


Via Nutrition, The Oils Room & Alaina Aesthetics
268 E Broad St


Feel energetic and uncomplicate your food by choosing easy prep and healthier options that taste good. Learn the steps to detoxing without radical changes or starving. Get in shape for spring and summer. Special offer: 15% off 5-session infrared sauna package for new clients.

Sign-up for a 15-min nutrition consultation and get an extra fifth session added to your purchased 30-Day Coaching (package of 4).

Alania Aesthetics

Alania Aesthetics is offering 20% off the Signature Facial if it is purchased on March 5 - 7.

The Oils Room

Discover simple solutions to reduce the chemicals and synthetics in your medicine cabinet, personal care and cleaning products. Manage stress, seasonal allergies and spring clean holistically. Special offer: Receive a bottle of Citrus Bliss, 3 rollerballs with labels and access to the new 30 Day Family Wellness Challenge Program with a qualifying starter kit purchase.


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pilates, athleta, jackrabbit yoga & smoothies

Try pilates, gain core strength, flexibility and relief from back pain. Discounted Athleta wear & juices. Join Yoga for Runners at JackRabbit.



SATURDAY  MARCH 7   11:30 AM - 12 PM     
Club Pilates Westfield

225 E Broad St 

Every Saturday free 11:30 AM Intro to Pilates class in the Club Pilates Studio 225 E Broad St. It is a 30 minute light workout. The class size is limited. Offer: 10% off our 8 pack or unlimited agreement for the first 3 months and a waived enrollment fee ($59 savings).

SATURDAY  MARCH 7   9:30 AM - 5 PM 
Fresh Bui 
57 Elm St

Fresh juices, smoothies, fruit bowls and home made small batch specialities. Offer: Saturday 3/7 Mention Westfield Wellness & buy one juice, bowl or smoothie — get a second at half price.

Free Pilates Mat Class at Athleta 
234 E Broad St

Join CP Master Trainer Gina Berta for a 9 AM Mat Class in Athleta. Light refreshments & door prizes. The class size is limited. Offer: 20% off retail. 10 AM - 11 AM exclusive private shopping for Club Pilates members. 

Free Yoga for Runners at JackRabbit
123 Quimby St

9 AM Every Sunday Free Yoga for Runners, JackRabbit Westfield.  Bring a mat and show up.





facial, stretch, yoga & pitaya bowl

Spring three-way cleanse with Everlasting Haven Spa, Brassy Buddha Yoga & Kika Stretch.

SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 11 AM - 1 PM $30
SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 11 AM - 1 PM $30



Everlasting Haven Spa & Wellness Studio
227 South Ave W


Join Everlasting Haven Spa & Wellness Studio, Brassy Buddha Yoga and Kika Stretch Studios together for an afternoon cleansing of the face, body and soul.

Enjoy a healing facial mask application with Gina from Everlasting Haven Spa & Wellness, receive a demo Kika Assisted Stretch from Leilah, and take part in a 30 minute gentle flow for all levels with Brandi. Other surprises and raffles included as well, don't miss out!

Everlasting Haven Spa & Wellness Studio 

Provides quality aesthetic & wellness services to provide you a space of tranquility and peaceful escape.

Brassy Buddha Yoga Studio 

Classes are held in a candlelit room with no mirrors or windows to encourage students to focus on their inner dimensions. 

Kika Stretch Studio  

The gentle assisted stretching process that dramatically reduces stress, eliminates pain and leaves you feeling energized. 

Kings Bowl Cafe 

Enjoy juices, smoothies, fruit bowls and avacado toast. 
331 W Broad St
Saturday 3/7 mention Westfield Wellness and get $1 off your purchase.



Downtown Westfield Fitness Studios

Downtown Westfield Health, Wellness and Massage Services 

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Happening in Downtown Westfield

Happening in Downtown Westfield

Fun and interesting foodie events, cooking classes, fitness and wellness open houses, art, concerts and dance—all happening in downtown Westfield. 


12 – 6 PM WHS Winter Guard Fundraiser, YESTERcades
1 - 4 PM Come Wine with Us, Plainfield Area Humane Society Fund Raiser at 16 Prospect, Tickets



6 PM Group Run, JackRabbit Westfield



11 AM & 12:30 PM Essential Oils: 101 Seasonal Allergies, The Oils Room RSVP
11:45 AM First Wednesday Luncheon: 100 Years of the Women's Vote with Dr. Susan Lederman, Ferraros RSVP
6:45 PM Free Fitcamp Workout, JackRabbit Westfield



7 – 9 PM Wellness Weekend at Via Nutrition, The Oils Room & Alania Aesthetics



10 AM –  5 PM Wedding Band Weekend: Tacori Trunk Show & Discount, Adlers Jewelers 
11 AM – 2 PM  Wellness Weekend at Via Nutrition, The Oils Room & Alania Aesthetics
7:30 PM  Flamenco Nights Concert Series, Galeria West Art & Music, Tickets



10 AM Free Coffee Brewing Tasting Class, Boxwood Coffee
10 AM –  5 PM Wedding Band Weekend: Tacori Trunk Show & Discount, Adlers Jewelers
11 AM – 2 PM  Wellness Weekend Open House at Via Nutrition, The Oils Room & Alania Aesthetics
11:30 AM  Wellness Weekend: Free 30 Min Intro Class, Club Pilates Westfield, Reserve your space



9 AM Free Yoga for Runners, JackRabbit Westfield, bring a mat and show up
9 AM Free Pilates Mat Class by Club Pilates at Athleta RSVP



6 PM Group Run, JackRabbit Westfield
7:30 PM Essential Oils 101: Seasonal Allergies, The Oils Room, RSVP



9:30 - 11 AM FREE Learn Google My Business- Yes Please, with Kennedy Wood Marketing Ono Bowls RSVP
12 PM Free Gyrokinesis Movement Class, Raritan Valley Gyrotonic RSVP
4 – 5:30 PM Drop off Jr Baker Cookie Class Cinnaholic $30 Sign Up 908.588.2323
5:45 – 7:15 PM Drop off Jr Baker Brownie Class Cinnaholic $30 Sign Up 908.588.2323
6:45 PM Free Fitcamp Workout, JackRabbit Westfield



6:30 - 9:30 PM Rhone Wine Dinner Chateau La Nerth, Chez Catherine RSVP


6:30 PM Free Gyrokinesis Movement Class, Raritan Valley Gyrotonic RSVP
6 – 8:30 PM Baking with the Master Baker,  Farinolio Cucina $125
7:30 – 9:30 PM Mixed Talent Open Mic Night, Boxwood Coffee, Register



10 AM Free Coffee Cupping Class, Boxwood Coffee
10 AM –  5 PM Wedding Band Weekend: Simon G & A. Jaffe 20% discount, Adlers Jewelers
11:30 AM  Free 30 Min Intro Class, Club Pilates Westfield, Reserve your space
12 - 2 PM Open House Free Demos, Learn About the Gyrotonic Movement, RSVP
7 PM   NJ Festival Orchestra presents OPERA'S ULTIMATE ODD COUPLE. SPECIAL OFFER: Enjoy 20% discount on all tickets. Use code DWC and your discount will be automatically applied at checkout Buy Tickets



9AM Free Yoga for Runners, JackRabbit Westfield, bring a mat and show up



7:30 PM Essential Oils 101 Seasonal Allergies, The Oils Room RSVP



6 PM Group Run, JackRabbit Westfield
12 - 6 PM Show Your Green Face, Enzyme Peel & Mask,Everlasting Haven Spa Sign Up



11 AM & 12:30 PM Essential Oils 101: Seasonal Allergies, The Oils Room RSVP
6:45 PM Free Fitcamp Workout, JackRabbit Westfield



11 AM & 12:30 PM Essential Oils 101: Seasonal Allergies, The Oils Room RSVP
5:30 PM – 8:30 PM Downtown Dental Turning One Party, RSVP
7 – 9:30 PM Farmhouse Style Cooking Class & Dinner, Farinolio Cucina at The James Ward Mansion  $150  RSVP



7:30 PM Spring Equinox Sound Healing Tibetan Bowls, Brassy Buddha Yoga



10 AM Free Coffee Brewing Tasting Class, Boxwood Coffee
10 AM –  5 PM Wedding Band Weekend: Verragio 20% Discount, Adlers Jewelers
11 AM – 1 PM  Wellness Weekend: Facial Everlasting Haven Spa, Kika Stretch demo & Brassy Buddha Gentle Flow at Everlasting Haven Spa RSVP
11:30 AM  Free 30 Min Intro Class, Club Pilates Westfield, Reserve your space
2 – 4 PM Author Event: Meet Author Fred T. Rossi: Jersey Stories at The Town Book Store
7 – 9:30 PM Regional Dining Experience at Farinolio $145, RSVP



9 AM Free Yoga for Runners, JackRabbit Westfield, bring a mat and show up



8:30 - 10 AM Free Yoga Tuesday, Maggie from Brassy Buddha Yoga, Lite Bites & Exclusive Sale, Ann Taylor RSVP
6 PM Free Group Run, JackRabbit Westfield



11 AM, 12:30 PM & & 7:30 PM Essential Oils 101: Seasonal Allergies, The Oils Room RSVP
1 – 2 PM Free Three Exciting Ways to Turn Up the Heat in Your Relationship, Open Door Therapy, RSVP
6:45 PM Free Fitcamp Workout, JackRabbit Westfield
7 PM Hot & Iced Tea Tasting at the Mulberry House Restaurant RSVP 908.233.3562



11 AM & 12:30 PM Essential Oils 101 Seasonal Allergies, The Oils Room RSVP
6 – 7:30 PM Venchi Chocolate & Porto Wine Tasting, Farinolio Cucina $50 RSVP
7 –  9 PM Team Quiz Night with Prizes, Boxwood Coffee
7 - 9 PM Cooking Fish with Stephen Bigmore, Feast Catering & Cafe, RSVP



6 – 9 PM  Celebrate 30 Years of Fashion in Westfield, Lord & Taylor
7 – 9 PM Regional Wine Tasting, Puglia $110 at Farinolio



10 AM Free Coffee Cupping Class, Boxwood Coffee
11:30 AM  Free 30 Minute Intro Class, Club Pilates Westfield, Reserve your space
12 – 4 PM  Dance Performance & Local Food Vendors, Lord & Taylor 30th Anniversary



9 AM Free Yoga for Runners, JackRabbit Westfield, bring a mat and show up
12 – 4 PM 30-Year Cardholder Awards, Lord & Taylor 30th Anniversary
1 – 4 PM MidDay Madness Interactive Clue Hunt in Downtown Westfield, Register
5 PM MidDay Madness Grand Prize Winner Announced Live at Lord & Taylor  



7 PM NJ Festival Orchestra Season Finale: Russian Nights, Tickets


6 PM Group Run, JackRabbit Westfield


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Reimagining the Future of Rialto Theater

Reimagining the Future of Rialto Theater

As Mayor Shelley Brindle shared in her recent State of the Town address, a visionary and experienced Rialto Advisory Group has been formed and is working with the owner of the Rialto to reimagine the future of the theater in Westfield -- possibly transforming it into a performing arts center. The Rialto Advisory Committee (RAC) is comprised of volunteer residents with expertise in commercial real estate and financing, theater management, grant writing, economic development, and the film industry, to name a few. 

The RAC continues to seek a funding partner to help realize a potential vision of the Rialto as a performing arts center, as the current marketplace does not appear to support the space re-opening strictly as a movie theater. As the Town is not looking to take on the full financial responsibility of running the theater, ongoing conversations continue about potential funding avenues that would make the most sense in terms of investment, viability and versatility.

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