What is happening in Cranbury


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Here is a roundup on what is happening in Cranbury Township.

De-Mystifying Municipal Government

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There will be a session at 7 p.m. held prior to the Cranbury Township Committee meeting on Feb. 11 for residents who wonder just how their municipal government works. The session is called ‘De-Mystifying Municipal Government.’

The meeting will take place at the Cranbury School in the large meeting room at 23 North Main St.

Cranbury Township Committee members will answer general questions about budgeting, meetings, taxes, records, public comment, rules for meetings and other topics as well.  If you have a questions you want to have answered feel free to send the questions to the Chair of Resident Communications Subcommittee Michael Ferrante at mferrante@cranbury-nj.com.


Art Exhibit

In the month of February, residents have the opportunity to see wonderful pieces of  art in the Gourgaud Gallery, which is located in the township hall..The artwork comes from the artists in the non-profit organization Trenton Community A- Team.

The organization supports, develops and showcases local artists in Trenton. The exhibit began on Feb. 2 and will be displayed until Feb. 28. The artwork is available for purchase and able to be seen during the normal hours of township hall each week.

The Cranbury School

For students at the Cranbury School, there was a week of kindness in the form of a challenge. The Kindness Challenge went from Jan. 30 to Feb. 5. The week challenged students to do acts of kindness around the school. The Kindness Club at the Cranbury School spearheaded the week of kindness that involved the entire school.

Coffee with the Mayor and Police Chief

Residents who have questions or want to discuss CranburyTownship issues with the mayor and police chief can do so again at the ‘Coffee with the Mayor and Police Chief’ event on Feb. 23 from 8-10 a.m. at Teddy’s Luncheonette. Mayor James Taylor and Police Chief Rickey Varga will field questions and have conversations with residents at the restaurant on 49 N Main St.

Cranbury Historical and Preservation Society

If you are resident wondering about the history of the Cranbury police department, there is an exhibit being held at the Cranbury Museum on March 3 from 1-4 p.m. It is aptly called “The History of the Cranbury Police”. The museum is located at 4 Park Place East.

Health & Wellness Fair

For residents in Cranbury there is a special event being a special held on May 18 from 12- 3 p.m. at the Cranbury School. It is the first Health & Wellness Fair. The event is being sponsored by the Municipal Alliance, which is in partnership with the Cranbury School.

Cranbury Annual Garage Sale

Residents looking to clean out their garages can once again participate in the annual Cranbury town-wide garage sale on April 27 at 9 a.m. The idea is to recycle usable items for others who would reuse them.

For the community wide garage sale residents who want to take part must register their address, by either going into the Highbar Boutique on 33 N Main St., or by downloading the application from the Township Website. A list of items being sold will be generated and available for pick-up on April 28 inside the Highbar Boutique.

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