Cherry Blossom Festival 2011

Essex province ExecutiveJoseph DiVincenzo-junior, along with the Board of Chosen Freeholders and the takingapart Brook Park Alliance, announced on Thursday of the behavior for the 35thAnnual Cherry Blossom celebration.

DiVincenzo said Thursday at the CherryBlossom Centerfor company to the commons, which is located in Bellevilleand Newark.
Thousands of guests from around the region and around theworld meet on the park each year in April to see the first red and whiteflowers blossom on the trees. Essex County has long sponsoredevents correspond with the start of the season. Festival of pride for Belleville, whichidentifies itself as "Cherry Blossom Capital of America."
Cherry Blossom Festival ends on April 17 from Bloom festoccurs from 11 am to 5 pm, and featuring cultural demonstrations, children's actions,live music, Bazaar Crafter's, food and other activities for the complete familyto enjoy.

"This is a great day to be in the park," saidSalvante.

David Norton, a spokesman for Aetna Insurance, which is predictableas a premier sponsor of the Family Festival Park for the second year, thecompany has articulated enthusiasm to participate in this matter "to beable to support the community and help preserve a very important asset, as apark, and thus way to help improve the health and welfare of citizens. "
"The cherry tree flower is a symbol of our partnershipwith Japan,"said Anibal Ramos, a member of the Board of Newark. "In light of therecent tragedy that took place there, this year we have a lot to celebrate andremember." He also added that "Cherry Blossom Festival does a lot forthis community in terms of attracting visitors and promoting our localbusinesses, and for this we would like to thank Joe for his leadership, as wellas the Council of Chosen Freeholders".

"Cherry blossoms in Branch Brook Park has truly becomethe destination," said DiVincenzo. "So not only do they say about thecherry blossoms in Washington,and now they are talking about Essex County Branch Brook Park.
Fifty percent of proceeds from Cherry Blossom Festivalcontacts lapel will be donated to the Red Cross in Japan. Contact worth $ 5 each andwill be sold in Essex County Cherry Blossom Welcome Center during the firsttwo weeks of April and throughout the festival events. Donations will alsoreceive Centre for the benefit of the people of Japan.