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Thank you for a great day! 
See you next year!

Music, Eco Friendly Vendors, Crafters, Kids Activities, Shopping, & Dining

  • Electronic Recycling on site will also be available sponsored by Abilities of NWNJ  

  • Paper Shredding sponsored by The Arc of Warren at Serendipity for a small donation

  • Clothing Donation Drop Off - bring clean bagged clothing items to the Karen Nash Memorial Butterfly Garden booth- one of the red canopies. Clean Items only!

    • Accepted Items: All clothing, shoes, sneakers, belts, purses, blankets, sheets, pillowcases, drapes, and stuffed toys. Donations will not be shredded. ​

    • NO rags, fabric scraps, toys or household goods

  • Kids Courtyard by Gaia's Gifts

    • Featuring Dove Environmental Education


Take advantage of the dual port ChargePoint electric car charger in the back of the municipal parking lot!

GPS address:  44 E. Washington Ave. Washington, NJ  07882 

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Electric Vehicle Test Drives

Vendors, Music, and Community

Thank you 2022 Sponsors!

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Washington Borough Business Improvement District Accessibility Statement

Washington Borough Business Improvement District (Washington BID) is fully committed to ensuring that accessibility guidelines and requirements as set forth by the federal government and state of New Jersey are implemented in as timely and efficient a manner as possible.
Washington BID has been consistently responsive to making the arts accessible for all people with disabilities and will continue to strive to provide the utmost accessible experience possible. Through Washington BID programming, design, and service, we continue to reach out to and provide assistance and appropriate accommodation. If you need specific accommodations for an event or meeting organized by the Washington BID, please contact us with at least three weeks’ notice.
Washington BID is committed to exercising best practice and outreach in regard to employing persons with disabilities, both in artistic and administrative/operational areas.
Washington BID regularly reviews its policies and procedures to adapt, accommodate and address any issues or problems that might arise in regard to ADA compliance and will regularly assess its progress in achieving full compliance.