The New Brunswick Cultural Center and Arts New Brunswick are celebrating the 13th Annual Hub City Sounds is running through November 1st with all kinds of activities designed to appeal to all ages.
There’s music, dance, spoken word performances, crafts, and tons of GREAT food.
Best of all – admission is FREE for all events!
Kelly Blithe is the Director of Communications and Community Engagement for the State Theatre New Jersey, and Tracey O’Reggio Clark is the Interim Director of the New Brunswick Cultural Center.
They joined Jim Monaghan on the Jersey Magazine to talk about what is planned for 2023.
Learn about the history of the event, plus get some background on the history on one of New Jersey’s most diverse cities.
And there’s a LOT to get to know about New Brunswick – for example, did you know that it was the site of one of the first public readings of the Declaration of Independence?
It happened on July 9, 1776, just days after it had been adopted by the Second Continental Congress in Philadelphia.
Get more details on the entire festival at www.newbrunswickarts.org/