Hawthorne Boro Bandshell

NJ 07506

Hawthorne Boro Bandshell

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In 2015, Borough Council and Mayor approved the bandshell as part of the restoration project at the Hawthorne Pool Complex. Passaic County Open Space funds was utilized as part of the construction costs of the band shell. The council has said that the band shell will not only be used for Hawthorne Day but for cultural events, movie nights for the pool and a summer concert series. In May 2015, a bond ordinance was adopted by the borough council for construction of a band shell in the amount of $315,000. Borough Manager Eric Maurer said $118,000 is coming from grant money and $34,750 will come from the municipal capital improvement fund. The borough will borrow $162,000 for the project.

On July 27, 2015, a ground breaking ceremony was conducted for the new band shell at the pool complex. On June 19, 2016, the new band shell held its first concert, Joe Zisa and Friends.

Below is a video highlighting the first concert.

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