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  • Sean Del
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    The Lyndhurst Public Library is offering Internet to Go, free wifi access to Lyndhurst residents. With your library card, you can borrow a hotspot for up to a week and renew it if no one else has placed a hold. The hotspot is portable and increases internet access to more Lyndhurst residents.

    If you have questions about how to find your way around the internet or using your computer or mobile devices, you can reserve a half hour time slot for one on one computer help. Call 201-804-2478, Ext. 7 with any questions you have, and happy surfing
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    The Lyndhurst Parks and Recreation is offering Aquasize classes on Mondays and Wednesdays beginning on Monday, February 20th and runs for 12 weeks.

    Mary Lee Highton will conduct the classes at the Lyndhurst Community Pool. The classes are open to residents and non residents. The cost for one class per week for the 12 weeks is $60; for two classes each week, the cost is $99.

    This workout is less stressful on the knees and other joints and of course you don't sweat! The benefits of the water workout include strengthening of the joints, muscle memory and of course weight loss.

    Call the Parks and Recreation Department at 201-804-2482 for more information. Judy was very helpful and can email the application if needed.
  • Sean Del
    RE/MAX Infinity
    The Lyndhurst Public Library invites you to sample the online language learning system, Mango Languages at no cost.

    The Mango system offers 40 foreign languages as well as english as a second language (ESL).
    You can access the courses at home through the the library website with your valid library card number.

    For further information call Donna at 201-804-2478
  • Sean Del
    RE/MAX Infinity
    Join the #FREE presentation on how to create a certified wildlife garden on Thursday, February 25th from 2-3:30 p.m. Learn how to create a wildlife-friendly garden using native plants and providing food and water sources. Registration is recommended. For more information, call 201-460-8300
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    Lyndhurst, NJ
    The first #FREE two hour nature walk kicks off on Sunday March 6th at 10 a.m. at DeKorte Park. Join the Bergen County Audubon Society and watch for raptors, waterfowl and other birds of interest.

    Meet up at the Meadowlands Environment Center parking lot for a relaxing start to your Sunday. For further information, call 291-230-4983.
  • Sean Del
    RE/MAX Infinity
    These days we have to remember a lot of numbers, but if you want to start the New Year right, consider registering for Nutrition 101: Know Your Numbers, presented at the Wellness Center in Lyndhurst on February 18th from 6:30 to 8 p.m.

    Participants will receive a voucher for a "free" one on one consultation which includes a comprehensive body composition analysis. Registration is a must.
  • Sean Del
    RE/MAX Infinity
    These days we have to remember a lot of numbers, but if you want to start the New Year right, consider registering for Nutrition 101: Know Your Numbers, presented at the Wellness Center in Lyndhurst on February 18th from 6:30 to 8 p.m.

    Participants will receive a voucher for a free one on one consultation which includes a comprehensive body composition analysis Registration is a must.
  • Sean Del
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    Lyndhurst, NJ
    The Lyndhurst Health Department will conduct free rabies clinics for cats and dogs on January 21st and 28th, 6:30-7:30 p.m., at the Community Center at Tontine and Riverside Avenues. You can also obtain your pet license, fees vary. For more information, call 201-804-2500.
  • Don't think for one minute that just because summer is winding down that there is not enough to keep you busy in Lyndhurst. There is something for everyone. The following are a few great examples!

    1. Pontoon boat rides are set for multiple dates throughout September as well as guided canoe tours exploring the Hackensack River and its marshes. The fee is $15 and you can register at www.njmeadowlands.gov.

    2.Nature Walks are scheduled for various dates and locations. For further information/registration, email [email protected] or call 201-230-4893.

    3.Viewing nights are set at the William D. McDowell Observatory and features research grade telescopes capable of viewing objects light years away. In September you are able to see Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. This is free so call 201-777-2416 for further information.

    So don't sit at home. Get out and explore! Lyndhurst is ready for you!
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    The Humane Society of Bergen County at 221-223 Stuyvesant Avenue has a supply of dog food, both dry and canned, available to anyone due to unemployment, disability or any other financial difficulty who cannot afford to feed their dog. Stop by or call 201-896-9300. This organization is a wonderful service to our community.
  • This is a great afternoon activity for kids of all ages. The Little Red Schoolhouse is a perfect description of how schools were years ago when everything happened in one room. Children will learn that years ago, children had to work before they went to school as well as study after. It is a short visit and there is a park across the street.

    The original building was used until 1849 when it was torn down and a two-story frame building was erected. Only the first floor was used until 1873, when an increase in population created a need for more space. Another teacher was hired and the second floor was equipped. A cupola and bell were added in 1874, as well as two closets for a library. The building was used as a school until 1893.

    The Schoolhouse is located on the corner of Fern and Riverside Avenues in Lyndhurst.
    It is open on the 2nd and 4th Sunday of every month from 2:00 - 4:00 pm. Come take a tour and learn about this historic school.
  • Justin Smith
    RE/MAX Signature Homes
    Saturday December 7th, 2013 from 6pm - 9 pm @ Town Hall Park

    It is that time of the year again. Break out the ice skates and warm winter jackets. It is time for Winter Wonderland, Lyndhurst Style ! Come join in the fun Saturday Night , December 7th, at the Town Hall Park. It is time to roast some chestnuts on an open fire, drink down some hot apple cider and of course take a picture with jolly old St. Nick The town will be setting up an ice skating rink, ice skates not included.
    Santa will be available for pictures. You can bring your own camera if you have one or purchase pictures from the photographer. And what would a party be without Home Made Zeppoles !!

    More details available on the town website.
    Hope to see you there !!
  • Justin Smith
    RE/MAX Signature Homes
    Another one of Bergen County's commuter-friendly towns. Not only does Lyndhurst offer two train stations, they offer bus service too! Lyndhurst offers everything you would want from a town. Good schools, good restaurants, plenty of parking, shopping and a town that gives back to the community. During the summer, Lyndhurst puts on free weekly concerts in the park. A nice way to get the community together and relax under the stars.

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