Governor-elect Phil Murphy and Future First Lady Tammy Murphy Announce Inaugural Schedule

Governor-elect Phil Murphy and Future First Lady Tammy Murphy Announce Inaugural Schedule

Events will highlight Governor-elect Murphy’s vision for a stronger, fairer New Jersey

 

Trenton – Governor-elect Phil Murphy and future First Lady and Inaugural Committee Chair Tammy Murphy today announced the schedule of events preceding the inauguration, to be held January 12-16.

“This inauguration is going to be more than just a transfer of power – it is going to be a celebration of all that’s right about our state and of our uniting to build a stronger and fairer New Jersey for everyone who calls it home,” said Governor-elect Murphy.

“We want all New Jerseyans to have an opportunity to be part of this exciting renewal of our state,” future First Lady Tammy Murphy said. “From family-oriented events to community service, rallies to interfaith celebrations, we are going to turn the page together and begin writing a new chapter in New Jersey’s history.”

An abbreviated schedule is below. More details, including times, will be forthcoming in the weeks ahead. Information can also be found at the Inaugural Committee’s website, www.njinaugural2018.com

Friday 1/12:

–          Interfaith Prayer Service and community event in Newark

Saturday 1/13:

–          Public transportation tour across the state to highlight mass transit access

Sunday 1/14:

–          Visit and wreath-laying at Wildwoods Veterans Memorial Wall to honor New Jersey’s veterans

–          Family Day at Adventure Aquarium in Camden

–          Millennials Concert and Rally in Middlesex

Monday 1/15:

–          Statewide Day of Service in honor of the legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr

Tuesday 1/16:

–          Inaugural Prayer Service

–          Swearing-in of the Governor and Lieutenant Governor at the Trenton War Memorial

–          Inaugural Ball at MetLife Stadium

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