Come home for the holidays – Montclair style!
Thursday, December 5th, Montclair Fund for Educational Excellence (MFEE) is hosting its “Festive tour of holiday hearths and homes.” Tickets range from $20 to $250 for this festive breakfast and tour.
Come out and enjoy a morning with your neighbors… and see some of their homes!
For more information on the event and MFEE visit mfee.com.
Whether you’re into chain saws or tulips, Anderson Park in Montclair could use your help this weekend!
Anderson park lost many trees to Hurricane Sandy, many of them more than 100 years old. Friends of Anderson Park are asking for volunteers Saturday to help with storm clean-up. All ages welcome, as there are jobs as simple as picking up twigs and branches to clear a path for Essex county workers to come through to remove very large tree trunks.
At the same time, 300 tulips will be on hand, awaiting planting before the December cold hits. The tulips, donated by the May in Montclair committee, were delayed by the hurricane, but finally arrived safely – direct from Holland.
For more information, visit Baristanet’s article: Help Anderson Park Clean Up… And Plant Some Tulips.
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For anyone is in need of information, warmth or access to electricity to charge phones and keep in touch with loved ones:
- SOPAC will be open from from 10AM to 4PM on Saturday November 3 for those wishing to charge devices or access the Internet
- Area centers for worship will be open to warm up and charge devices
Gas rationing will start Saturday: License plates ending in an odd number can get gas on odd numbered days, while plates ending in an even number can get gas on even numbered days. For more information visit the South Orange Patch.
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Kids and parents of all ages will enjoy “Thrilloween: Party for Goblins and Ghouls.” Come dressed in costume and enjoy the party with arts and crafts, edible tombstone snacks and a not-to-be-missed, Thriller dance party.
Festivities are from 2-4 pm at 50 South Fullerton Avenue, Montclair. The event is free too!
Call the museum at 973-744-0500 with any questions.
A perfect day trip for the family!
Experience a field of fun with this year’s maize challenge at Stony Hill Maze Fun Park!
Challenge your family to an afternoon of discovery, clues and questions to help find your way to the exit. Enjoy a hayride, pick up your pumpkins and hear live music – all in one place!
The park is located in Chester, NJ, about an hour or less from West Orange and surrounding areas. For all the details visit: stonyhillgardens.com
Don’t miss out on this great-priced, charming home in Livingston Twp!
The home is adorable. You’ll love the welcoming open porch and all the charm inside.
For a full photo gallery and more information about the home, visit msgould.com.
Enjoy a beautiful Fall day in Maplewood this Saturday!
Stop by Maplewood Memorial Park September 15th anytime from 3 pm to 5 pm to enjoy rock, blues, pop, reggae, funk…. something for everyone in the family.
Enjoy and Happy Rosh Hashannah!
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Parents and kids, don’t miss the Parents Who Rock annual backyard gathering this Saturday!
It’s an afternoon full of music by local parents, tons of activities for the kids and all is free (donations accepted). You can see a list of bands and activities on their website and don’t forget to pack a picnic.
Head to Nishuane Park this weekend for the Montclair Jazz Festival!
This 3rd annual festival features Joe Lovano, Christian McBride (Grammy winning bassist), Bronx Horns, Dave Stryker’s Blue to the Bone, Michele Rosewoman’s Quintessence, Radam Schwartz’s Organ-ized and Melissa Walker.
Everything happens all day Saturday. Click here for all the details!