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  1. N.J. Business Action Center Announces Virtual ‘Resources for Growth’ Summit for Garden State Businesses

    April 20, 2021 - May 13, 2021 @ The webinars will be streamed live, and the slides and the recordings will be circulated to all registrants after the webcasts. Guests will be invited to ask questions and participate in the discussion. All webcasts will take place via Zoom.

    The New Jersey Business Action Center (NJBAC), a no-cost, confidential “business-first” resource housed within the New Jersey Department of State, announced today that it is hosting a special six-part, interactive virtual learning series designed to provide New Jersey businesses and nonprofits with the latest information to support recovery from disruptions caused by COVID-19. The series runs from April 20 – May 13 and will cover several fundamental topics, including financial resources, technical assistance, tips for obtaining government contracts, COVID-19 safety protocols and resources for nonprofits. Strategically timed around National Small Business Week (May 3-9, 2021), the NJBAC is partnering with various organizations and associations on the series, including the New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA), the Small Business Administration (SBA), the New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT), among others.

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    April 21, 2021, 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Virtual via Zoom

    The Boonton Historical Society Presents: HOW CANALS & ANTHRACITE COAL CHANGED EVERYTHING A Presentation by Joe Macasek Wednesday – April 21st – 7:00 PM A Virtual Program via Zoom Well maybe not everything! However, the availability of reliable inland transportation, like canals, and high-energy transportable fuels, like anthracite coal, started things on a path towards industrialization and technical innovation, a path that we that still follow today. Towns like Boonton, with its canals, ironworks, and proximity to New York Harbor, played an important part in shaping how thing were going to change. In this presentation we will explore some of the things that set the world on the path to where we are today. To preregister for this webinar: All are welcome – Admission is free Boonton Historical Society, 210 Main Street, Boonton, NJ 07005 – 973-402-8840

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