Residents, neighborhood groups and community leaders are encouraged to roll up their sleeves and help clean our city on a single day! There will be a main tent in every location ( see flyer attached) where volunteers will gather before heading to their clean up zones. Light breakfast will be provided and there will be staff from city and county agencies providing informational materials and give-aways.
Every January I find myself, along with everyone else I know, looking toward the new year as an opportunity to reset, recharge, and make the upcoming 12 months the best I have ever had. Whether we call them resolutions, intentions, or goals, each year we are given a fresh start and an opportunity for change. We enter into this new year full steam ahead, researching gyms, diets, and books that will help us live our life to its optimum potential.
We face many challenging obstacles when deciding how to better ourselves such as understanding where to start and what resources are available to us. For example, just doing a Google search of gyms in your area can provide a multitude of facilities which may or may not be right for you. Furthermore, a healthier and more fit body is just one aspect of personal growth and development that we seek out each new year, right? Bettering ourselves should also include our eating habits, education, and mental and spiritual well-being.
Although I’ve been a client of several of the businesses at The Brunswick Center for over two years now, it wasn’t until recently that I realized this center, located in downtown Jersey City, was absolutely everything I needed to reinvigorate my mind, body, and soul in just one location.
If I think of places in JC that can provide me with well-rounded services that can help me achieve the majority of my personal goals year round, there is only one place equipped to do that. Unlike any other facility in our area, this center is filled to the brim with local businesses offering a variety of unique services and experiences that can help a diverse population better themselves from the inside out. Where else can you learn how to salsa, take ballet or spin class, grab a fresh-squeezed juice, take a kickboxing class while your kids attend preschool or play on an obstacle course, and learn to meditate or pole dance your way to better health (and that’s only half of the offerings)? Btw, you can even get your poo cleaned out. How’s that for a reboot(y)?
The Brunswick Center is such an epicenter of health and education and, unfortunately, I do not think the residents of Jersey City even know all that it has to offer. Even attending classes and events multiple times a week, I was unaware of all the hidden gems and opportunities inside. This is why I have made it my mission to grow Jersey City’s awareness of, in my opinion, the best business in our town. Brunswick Center was envisioned by BGT Enterprises and still is managed by this local developer who continuously strives to better our community through a passionate lens.
For the next few months my goal is to attend classes, events, seminars, take a tour of the Brunswick School, interview all of the individual business owners. Furthermore, I want to push myself to stretch limits and break my own personal boundaries while on a journey of health, wellness, and unique education. My goal is to offer the JC community an inside look at the Brunswick Center and showcase why it is such a vital establishment in our community. Through interviews, photos, videos, and my personal triumphs and possible failures (look out pole dancing teacher!), I want JC to have an intimate look at the people, places, passion, and drive that makes up the Brunswick Center!
Make sure to check out and follow the Brunswick Center on social media @brunswickcenter on Instagram and Facebook and join me on my journey through a new blog series featuring the businesses and clients inside Jersey City’s best-kept secret: The Brunswick Center.
Hudson Restaurant Week is approaching quickly. Which Jersey City favorites will you be checking out? For more information go to www.hudsonrw.com. Check out the list of JC participants below:
@ameliasbistro Ani Ramen @bargeinn_jerseycity @bistrolasource Edward’s Steakhouse, Jersey City @fireandoakjc @gpsrestaurant @hamiltoninn Hamilton Pork Hard Grove @hudsonandconj Hudson Hall The Kitchen Step @lathamhousejc01 Liberty Prime Steakhouse & Events Light Horse Tavern @pastadalcuore Pasta e Vino Jersey City Piggyback Bar Página: Rumba Cubana Ruth’s Chris Steak House Sátis Bistro Jersey City SOUTH HOUSE Bar & Restaurant Talde Villa Borghese III – VB3 – Restaurant, Sports Bar & Lounge
I donated because I believe PS5 has had an amazing run and we all need to help it continue its momentum. Enrichment programming including Dance is a great way to help PS5 develop children’s creativity both inside as well as outside the classroom
As a Jersey City business owner and developer, I am not a proponent of any new taxes. However, I also realize how important it is to work together to support our community when it needs us the most. Investing in the school system is the only way to ensure that our schools continue to improve. I would like to believe that one day, our education system will be the reason that more families choose to stay behind and build their lives and futures here. Do I like the new payroll tax? Of course not. However, I am choosing to support this payroll tax to fund our schools because I believe our city needs our support.