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IVY LEAGUE – Ivy creeps up a wall next to this home on Park Avenue in Weehawken. The Ivy is starting to turn colors already.
IVY LEAGUE – Ivy creeps up a wall next to this home on Park Avenue in Weehawken. The Ivy is starting to turn colors already.

Harmon Cove Outlet Center closes after 30 years, but some stores relocate nearby

Citing a reduction in operating stores from over 40 to just four, Hartz Mountain Industries has closed the Harmon Cove Outlet Center in Secaucus after nearly 30 years of operation, according to a press statement.

Hartz Mountain has implemented a relocation program for the remaining stores at its 210 Meadowland Parkway building, which is located on the main corridor to its Harmon Cove development. Children’s Place relocated and opened for business last week and Prato Men’s Wear Outlet will be opening soon. Hartz Mountain is also in negotiations to relocate Gymboree, Van Heusen, and Bass to 210 Meadowland Parkway.

Lenox and East West Bridals were recently relocated within the Harmon Cove Development and are now open for business. In addition, the Perfume & Cosmetic Outlet and Candyland were relocated to the Plaza at Harmon Meadow in Hartz’s highly successful mixed use development and will open soon.

Free talk and book signing, “The Nature of the Meadowlands”

The New Jersey Meadowlands Commission celebrates the publication of its new coffee-table book, “The Nature of the Meadowlands” on Oct. 15 from 7 to 8 p.m. The NJMC is presenting a free talk and book signing by author Jim Wright of the NJMC and Governor Thomas H. Kean, who wrote the book’s foreword. Governor Kean will speak about the environmental recovery that the book chronicles, and Wright will talk about the book and preview its striking nature photography and rare archival images. The event takes place at the Meadowlands Environment Center in Lyndhurst. To RSVP, call: (201) 460-4637 or e-mail: info@njmeadowlands.gov.

Presentation on hawks, owls, eagles and more…

The staff of Tenafly Nature Center on Oct. 14 1 to 3 p.m. will show Meadowlands Environment Center (MEC) guests several live raptors up-close. Learn about raptor behavior, physiology, adaptations, ecological importance and natural history. This demonstration will capture the imagination of young and old alike. The event is for all ages and costs $7 per person and $5 per MEC members. For more information, call: (201) 460-8300 or visit: www.njmeadowlands.gov/ec

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