Saturday, March 30th 2019 | 1:00 PM – 4:30 PM
The Newark Public Library, 2nd Floor James Brown African American Room | 5 Washington Street, Newark, NJ 07102

The Sistapreneur Space: a Networking and Sharing Event for Women of Color

Join us for an afternoon of sharing and sisterhood for the empire-building woman.

This event is free and open to the public.

Please register via email at or by calling 973.733.5411

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Join us at The Newark Public Library for a “Who Done It” Mystery Dinner! You don’t want to miss this one-of-a-kind experience hosted right here in Centennial Hall.

Tickets are $60 each and include the “Who Done It” Mystery Performance, hosted by The Murder Mystery Co., as well as hors d’oeuvres, festive cocktails, and dinner by Chef Nikko! There is limited capacity for this event so RSVP soon!

RSVP at by Monday, April 1st


If you receive notification that our event is sold out, please contact us at or 973.424.1832 to add your name to our wait list!

Free parking will be available at the Essex County Lot (Bears/Eagles Stadium garage). Entrance on Bridge Street. 

Please contact us at 973.424.1832 or if you have any additional questions.

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When: Thursday, April 4th, 2019 | 5:30 PM – 9:00 PM
Where: The Newark Public Library, Centennial Hall | 5 Washington Street, Newark, NJ 07102

With the theme, “Newark on the Map in the Face of Change, the evening will celebrate the milestones and heroes who are uplifting Newark’s people and communities during today’s period of change and growth.

As The City of Newark promotes strategies and policies to drive equitable development and social equity, La Casa de Don Pedro is working to ensure its residents possess the tools, resources, and wherewithal to remain in the community, to benefit from the positive changes, and to continue to enrich the changing community through their vibrant and diverse culture.

Over the course of the evening, you will learn about La Casa’s resident-centered agenda that actively reduces the risk of displacement of lower-income families through economic development strategies, neighborhood revitalization initiatives, and family stabilization programs and services.

Serve as an event sponsor or place a congratulatory ad in our event journal. 

Your presence and advertisement will tell everyone that you are a genuine La Casa de Don Pedro supporter. With your sponsorship, you will reach an estimated one thousand corporate and civic businesses and individuals.




Sunday 3/31 Brunch is Back at the beautiful Par 440 Restaurant and Lounge in Short Hills and we’re celebrating for all the Aries , including 321 Entertainment Bossman Marc T. Come join us for a private ticket only Brunch and Day Party!! Doors open 12pm sharp and the brunch buffet will begin at 12:00pm until 3:00pm w/ a Day Party until 6pm !! While brunching we’ll be rocking to the sounds of DJ Tragedy!!

Dress code casual but neat , ladies fashionably fine , fellas brunch fresh ! No hats , boots or athletic wear of any kind ! PLEASE DRESS TO IMPRESS, The cameras will be in the building!

THIS IS A TICKET ONLY EVENT FOR THE BRUNCH ONLY , DOOR SALES WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR THE DAY PARTY ONLY AFTER 3pm ! Do not come before 3pm without a brunch ticket you will be turned away and no refunds will be issued !


Seating will be first come. Email to celebrate your bday .

Thanks you for the love and continued support and I look forward to celebrating my bday with you all.

Marc T.

321 Entertainment LLC

Black New Jersey: 1664 to the Present Day tells the rich and complex story of the African American community’s remarkable accomplishments and the colossal obstacles they faced along the way.

Drawing from rare archives, historian Graham Russell Gao Hodges brings to life the courageous black men and women who fought for their freedom and eventually built a sturdy and substantial middle class.

Graham Russell Gao Hodges is a professor of history and Africana & Latin American Studies at Colgate University. Black New Jersey is his ninth book.

Hodges will be at The Newark Public Library on Thursday, March 7 to discuss the book and sign copies. Books will be available for sale at the event. Light refreshments will be served.

When: Thursday, March 7th, 2019 | 6:00-8:00 PM
Where: The Newark Public Library, Second Floor JBAAR | 5 Washington Street, Newark, NJ 07102

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For more details, please contact us at 973.733.7775

Join us for a panel discussion with Roxanne Shante (Hip Hop Artist), Robyn Hood (Hip Hop Artist/Actress), and Dr. Oneka LaBennett (Professor, Cornell University). The panel discussion will be moderated by Lisa Evers, Reporter, Fox5 & Host, HOT 97 Street Soldiers Performance by Robyn Hood.

When: Saturday, March 16th, 2019 | 2:00-4:30 PM
Where: James Brown African American Room, Second Floor | 5 Washington Street, Newark, NJ 07102

Light refreshments will be served.

This program is free and open to the general public.

Visit our website for more information and to view the flyer.

For more information, please contact us at 973.733.5411

*PNC Foundation is proud to support The Newark Public Library’s Black History Celebration exhibition and public programs.

Join us at The Newark Public Library for an After Work Hip Hop Dance Party!

DJ Wallah will “spin” some of the old school hip hop classics from such artists as Grand Master Flash, Run DMC, LL Cool J, The Sugarhill Gang, Tribe Called Quest; local artists Outkast, Lords of the Underground, and Naughty by Nature, and contemporary chart toppers Migos, Future, Cardi B, Jay Z, Drake, and others. 

Please RSVP by February 21st at:

When: Friday, February 22, 2019 | 5:30-10:30 PM
Where: The Newark Public Library, Centennial Hall | 5 Washington Street, Newark NJ, 07102


There will be free parking available at the Bears/Eagles stadium parking garage located on Bridge Street. The garage will close at 11 PM – all cars must exit the garage by 11 PM. 


This program is free and open to the general public.


For their first and highly anticipated tour in North America, BLACKPINK will perform at the East Coast’s home for K-pop, Prudential Center.

BLACKPINK will make a stop at Prudential Center as part of the BLACKPINK 2019 WORLD TOUR with KIA [IN YOUR AREA]. BLACKPINK is the K-pop collective of singers Jisoo, Jennie, Lisa and Rose՛. The girls are ascending to global stardom with their hit single “Ddu-Du Ddu-Du” and the newly released album Square Up.

Jazz973 Presents Akiko Tsuruga Quartet at Clements Place Jazz

She’s “Sweet and Funky,” she’s “Cute and Bad”. A Composer. A Performer extraordinaire. The legendary Dr. Lonnie Smith describes her this way: “Akiko’s playing is like watching a flower blooming, a bird spreading her wings in the music world. Akiko is here to stay.”


Joining Akiko on this special night: Jerry Weldon Sax Charlie Sigler Guitar Jason Tiemann Drummer


Lee Odom’s instrumental spectrum includes the clarinet, alto/soprano saxophone, flute, also a composer, bandleader, whose musical spectrum includes, gospel, free improved music, jazz, R&B, and classical.

Joining Lee Odom will be:

Jen Giammanco – eclectic bass

Mikiya Ito – Drums

Lee Odom Sax