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The April 2018 edition of the Fort Lee On Demand Video Newsletter is Now Available!

The April 2018 edition of the Fort Lee On Demand Video Newsletter is now available on Fort Lee's YouTube page!

Coming Soon! Fort Lee FASHION WEEK 5/7-5/12

Fort Lee FASHION WEEK starts in two weeks! May 7-12 in Downtown Fort Lee. Here's a listing of all the amazing events going on. Which ones will you NOT miss out on?

The 2nd Annual Bergen County Care Fair - 5/6/18


The 2nd Annual Bergen County Care Fair will take place on Sunday, May 6 from 12-4pm at the Fairleigh Dickinson University Rothman Center in Hackensack and is designed to help all Bergen County residents searching for answers when facing a health crisis, chronic disease, disability, mental health challenge, or support service need.

A diverse range of over 200 health care, wellness, and support service providers will be on hand to exhibit at what will be the largest event of its kind ever held in Bergen County.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Fair staff at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or (201) 336-7240.

Barrymore Film Center Bid Notice - 4/18/18




Telephone: (201) 592-3500
Fax: (201) 585-1489


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that sealed bids will be received and opened by Matthew Rutch, Qualified Purchasing Agent for the Borough of Fort Lee, County of Bergen, State of New Jersey on Friday, June 1, 2018 at 2:00 p.m. prevailing time in the Council Chambers, Borough Hall, 309 Main Street, Fort Lee, New Jersey.


For full Bid Notice, click here.

May is PAINT THE TOWN PINK Month & 2nd Annual Paint & Sip for Women's Health 5/15/18

PAINT THE TOWN PINK is a community-wide effort presented by Hackensack Meridian Health to connect women to wellness and raise awareness of the importance of annual mammograms and annual health screenings. PAINT THE TOWN PINK encourages women in our communities to have their annual screenings and to make their overall wellness a priority. We strive to encourage women to take steps towards a healthier lifestyle. Stay tuned for ways Fort Lee is going to PAINT THE TOWN PINK!

The 2nd Annual Paint & Sip For Women's Health
Tuesday, May 15, 6-10pm
This women only event will include dinner and wine provided by DoubleTree by Hilton, a presentation on women's health and wellness from Tatiana Kasilov, M.D., F.A.C.C., and a paint and sip session led by Pinot's Palette Edgewater where all participants will paint their own pair of wine glasses!
$50 per person, registration required. Please RSVP by May 2nd by contacting the Fort Lee Health Dept at 201.592.3500 x1510.
Space in limited! First come, first serve.
Supported by: The Fort Lee Mayor and Council, The Fort Lee Health Department & Councilwoman Ila Kasofsky, Health Department Liaison

2018 Fort Lee FringeFest 6/1-6/2

The annual Fort Lee Fringe Fest takes place June 1st & 2nd as a run-up to the June 3rd Fort Lee Arts & Music Festival. The Fringe Fest is sponsored by the Fort Lee Office of Cultural & Heritage Affairs and the events are free to the public.

June 1st at 6pm at Main Violin outdoor green at 523 Summit Avenue
Classical music concert by Camerata. Main Violin is housed in the oldest structure in Fort Lee the Ford / Walsh Mansion. Concert is free but bring a lawn chair or blanket.

June 2nd 1pm-5pm Fort Lee History Celebration at the historic Rambo House at 2423 First Street in the Coytesville section of Fort Lee
Dixieland music by Dr. Dubious & The Agnostics. BBQ with free food and soft drinks. Sponsored by the Fort Lee Office of Cultural & Heritage Affairs, the Fort Lee Housing Authority and the Fort Lee Historic Preservation Commission. This structure dates to the 1860’s and was used as a movie location during Fort Lee’s days as the first American film town.


Borough of Fort Lee, New Jersey
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