The Bayonne Library will Hold Registration for Various Programs in the Children’s Room was announced by Mayor Jimmy Davis, the Bayonne Public Library will have registration for Parent/Toddler Time and Preschool Storytime. Registration for these programs will take place starting Monday, March 20, at 9:30 a.m., through Friday, March 24, or until these programs are filled, whichever comes first. The library will start registration each day at 9:30 a.m. All programs take place in the Children’s Room in the public library at 31st Street and Avenue C. The Spring Session for these programs will begin on Tuesday, April 11, 2017. Continue reading Bayonne Library Registration Various Programs Children’s Room
A Cat Colony was rescued recently from an abandoned home on 24th Street in Bayonne Mayor Jimmy Davis made the announcement recently after receiving word from City Council Secretary Beth Polera in late 2016 that at least forty cats were living without humans in the home, Mayor Davis asked that the problem be addressed immediately. City Community and Cultural Affairs Officer Dorothy Roszkowski, a member of the CARE Organization, set up a visit to the house with volunteers. The house, which is in foreclosure, is owned by a bank in Florida. The bank gave permission to Roszkowski to enter the building to help the cats. Continue reading Cat Colony Rescued From 24th Street Home in Bayonne
The City of Bayonne and Bayonne Department of Recreation will hold its 1st Annual “Bayonne 5K” and “Mayors Mile” on Saturday May 6, 2015 starting at 8:00 AM at the 16th Street Park in Bayonne, NJ. There will also be a 1 mile “Fun Run” that participants are encouraged to participate in as well. Participants of all ages and running levels are encouraged to come out and run (or walk!) Over 200 participants are expected.
The Bayonne Buddy Baseball and Softball Parade took place with Mayor James Davis and Bayonne City Council members marching with parents and children from various teams.
The Bayonne High School Band played the traditional “Take me out to the Ball Game” as the marches walked from 9th street to 11th street and then on to play their first game of the season.