NOTE: All events listed/added to the calendar are subject to print in The Jefferson Chronicle DIGEST monthly print magazine. Events chosen for print are at the editor’s sole discretion. Events are subject to change or cancellation without prior notice.
The Blue Star Mothers of Northern New Jersey-NJ6 will be hosting their 1st Annual Blue Star Benefit, on April 25, 2019 at the Brownstone in Paterson, NJ. We are pleased to announce that the USO of the Metropolitan New York will be the charitable recipients of 2019.
For over 77 years, the USO has been providing assistance and support to our active duty military. The USO strengthens Americas military service members by keeping them connected to family, home, and country, throughout their service to the nation.
Much like the USO of Metropolitan New York, the Blue Star Mothers of Northern New Jersey-NJ6 is a non-profit military organization. Our members consist of mothers and family members who have children in the armed forces. This local chapter was started by four mothers who each have a son or daughter currently serving in the military. Blue Star Mothers display the blue star flag in their home; they gather together as a support group to share their experiences, while also fostering pride in our country, supporting our troops, and assisting our frequently forgotten veterans.
Join Claudia as she teaches you the basic crochet steps as you make your own take-home project.
Bring your favorite teddy bear to this story time where we’ll share bear stories, snack on teddy grahams, and make a bear craft (ages 3 to 5)
The American Legion Ladies Auxiliary is hosting a trivia night fundraiser at the American Legion Post 423, 28 Legion Road, Oak Ridge, NJ on Fri., April 26th. Doors will open at 7 pm and trivia will start at 7:30 pm. Players are welcome to bring beverages and snacks for their table. Beverages (alcoholic and nonalcoholic) will also be available for purchase. Tickets are $20 per person with a maximum of 10 players to a team. A prize will be awarded to the winning team! Tickets are available at the American Legion Post or by contacting Andrea Drzyga at (973) 409-4861.
Group’s VBS FunShop events offer hands-on-training where you’ll learn how to create amazing decorations with step-by-step instructions, experience a “Day at VBS,” network and learn how to plan, coordinate and pull off an amazing VBS event. Learn how to make every second count at VBS. Get practical pointers on all things VBS—including fundraising, volunteer recruiting, decorating, and family follow-up. Get an energizing jump start to your VBS season, and…have fun!
Register at: https://group.regfox.com/roar-funshop-oak-ridge-nj
$20/person early bird (ends Monday at noon local time 13 days prior to the event date)
$15/person 5+ people from same church (ends Monday at noon local time 13 days prior to the event date)
$40/person (registering within 12 days of the event or at the door)
In celebration of Earth Day, Jefferson’s annual volunteer cleanup event will be held on Saturday, April 27, from 9 a.m. to noon. Teams will be assigned to pick up debris along township roads, on trails, and in parks.
Volunteers of all ages are welcome, individually and in groups. Young volunteers – such as Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, and youth groups – will be assigned areas around parks, fields, or schools.
Other areas that need attention include Cozy Lake Road, Dover-Milton Road, Russia Road, Ridge Road near Ackerson Field, Chamberlain Road near Water’s Edge, Berkshire Valley Road near Longwood Lake, Lower Berkshire Valley Road near the intersection with Minnisink Road, Prospect Point Road near the intersection with Northwood Road, and Hellers Lane.
To register, call Patty Romano by April 24 at 973-208-3639. If April 27 is not workable for prospective volunteers, they can arrange to participate before or after that date.
On the cleanup day, meet at the Department of Public Works office (4 Sparta Mountain Road, Oak Ridge – just off Weldon Road) between 8:00 and 8:45 a.m. to enjoy a light breakfast. Then pick up supplies (gloves, bags, vest) and head out to the assigned area. DPW employees will pick up the collected trash and recycling left on the sides of roads beginning Monday, April 29.
The assistance of volunteers is appreciated to help keep Jefferson Township a clean, litter-free community.
Meet us at the dock and check out our gorgeous 2019 boats from Four Winns and Starcraft Marine, in the water and ready for fun this summer!
Join us for free demos, refreshments, giveaways and more! This is the perfect opportunity to get to know our beautiful boats, as well as New Jersey’s premier Boating Club!
Trade-Ins Welcomed: Bring your trade-in for evaluation to trade for one of our beautiful boats, or trade in your boat for Club membership. Join us to learn more!
Won’t you join us? Register today and you’ll receive a free gift at the event!
Call us at (973) 663-1976 or visit http://bit.ly/SpringInWaterBoatShow to register today!
Ms. Michelle will lead you and your child in these kid-friendly yoga poses (ages 3 and up)
A free line dance class is open to all residents age 55 and up. The group meets every
Tuesday at 10 a.m. through June 11 at Camp Jefferson’s Recreation Hall, Building #2 (81 Weldon
Road, Lake Hopatcong). Bring friends and meet new friends for exercise and
socialization. For more information, call Jefferson Recreation (973-663-8404 x5).