In the News: Chilltown Kitchen Teases Next Pop-Up Dinner, Citi Bike Stations Installed in Jersey City

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**Tickets for Chilltown Kitchen’s next pop-up dinner will go on sale Friday, September 18th. (A pre-sale is available if you sign up for their mailing list here.) The dinner will be hosted once again by Park & Sixth Gastropub on September 28th and the theme of the 6-course dinner will be “Jersey Pride.” — via Instagram

**Citi Bike bicycle racks have started appearing all over downtown Jersey City as the city prepares for its first ever bicycle-share program. Downtown will get 13 bike stations, the most of any of the city’s six wards. You can check out the locations here. Membership will cost $149 per year and will also give you access to bikes in New York. —NJ.com

**Join The Digest, Base Gym, and David Trotta (founder of Feed JC & Whealth) for a night of food, drinks, and live entertainment on Thursday, September 10th from 6pm till 9pm at Base Gym on Columbus Drive. Tickets costs $10 and all proceeds will benefit the York Street Project, a center for homeless and economically-challenged women and children. Vendors participating at the event include The Kitchen at Grove Station, Milk Sugar Love, Bucket & Bay Craft Gelato, and Grandma Downtown, to name a few.  –via Facebook

**Jersey City Medical Center-Barnabas Health will hold a free emergency-training clinic on Friday, September 11th at the hospital on 355 Grand Street. The purpose of the clinic is to teach everyday citizens how to manage wounds during times of disaster or personal emergency. —NJ.com

(Image via NJ.com)