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  • Donna Freeswick
    RE/MAX Infinity
    A great opportunity for kids ages 4-9 to try ice hockey for free! This will take place on November 9, 2019 at Clary Anderson Ice Rink in Montclair. Please register before going. Friends and family can register at the link below. Start time is 7:30 a.m.

    This is a fantastic way to see if your child will like ice hockey. Girls feel free to join in! Actually I have a daughter that has been playing ice hockey since she was four, and currently plays on the women's ice hockey team at Sacred Heart University, CT and she loves it! Clary Anderson Arena is located at 41 Chestnut Street in Montclair.
  • During the months of March and April as part of the observance of Women's History month, the library will display works by The Women Artists of Nutley in the gallery. Oil, acrylic, and watercolor paintings as well as photography, pastels and drawings will be featured.

    Call the library or go to www.nutleypubliclibrary.org for more information.
  • The Nutley Library hosts a Monday night book club that will meet March 7th at 7:00 pm. They will be discussing "Duel with the Devil" by Paul Collins. Copies of the book and discussion guide are available and this event is free and open to the public. For further information on the book club and a host of other #Free events offered at the Nutley Public Library call 973-667-0405.
  • In honor of Heart Health month, the Nutley Department of Public Affairs will sponsor a #FREE Mother/Daughter, Daddy/Daughter dance on Sunday, February 28th from 3-5 p.m. at the Ellis Dance Studio, 234 Franklin Ave.

    Shoprite will provide light refreshments Call 973-284-4976 to register for this #FREE event.

    Break a Leg!
  • Susan Picillo
    RE/MAX Park Square
    Come celebrate one of Nutley's oldest traditions - the annual Christmas Tree and Menorah Lighting Ceremony. The celebration will take place on Sunday, November 29th from 5:00-7:00 pm. Activities also include a mini train ride, horse and buggy rides and family entertainment at the John H. Walker Middle School. Don't forget to visit Santa!
  • Carl Lordi
    RE/MAX Park Square
    Commissioner Tucci and the Department of Parks and Recreation have planned a family event for all to enjoy this summer! The band, Park Ave, will take the stage on July 23rd for the Recreation Department's "2nd Sizzling Summer Concert!". Park Ave performs a wide variety of music from the Four Seasons, The Temptations, Duprees, and many more! They have been entertaining all over the North Jersey area since 1974. The concert will begin at 6:30 pm and will be held at Memorial Park I (Mud Hole) located on the corner of Vreeland and Passaic Avenues. It seems like a great outdoor event to attend which will have great food and great music! Don't forget to bring your own lawn chair or a blanket! The rain date for this event is July 30th. For more information, the Recreation Department can be contacted at (973) 284-4966.
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    Vacation Camp is available again this year at the Parks and Recreation Department for youngsters in grade K-6 residing in Nutley. This is a popular camp which runs during spring break while schools are closed. A great way to make new friends, play sports and a trip is always planned during the week. If your child needs a place to hang while school is on break just visit the Recreation Center at 44 Park Avenue and sign up. This is a good option for working parents in the community. Camp runs for 7:30 am to 5:30 pm. and costs $150 for the week.
  • Save the date: March 26, 2015, 4:00 - 8:00 pm at the Nutley Recreation Center, 44 Park Avenue. Please join us for the 3rd Annual Nutley Community Expo. This is a great way to discover your local businesses here in town!
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    Kingsland Manor in Nutley is a 1700's brownstone Colonial historic home which has been restored throughout the years. It is fascinating to tour the home and view all the original details including doors, moldings, wood floorings, fireplaces and so much more. The furniture in the home from the time period is remarkable and some pieces are original. Recently, the upstairs child's room has been re-done and now features a replica of the original Kingsland cradle.

    Go explore the historic homestead of the Kingsland family and beyond which is set within park- like grounds overlooking a pond and waterfalls. The Kingsland Manor is open for tours every third Sunday of each month from 1:00-4:00 pm and is located at 3 Kingsland Street, Nutley.
  • Do you want to try a stuffed cupcake? Look no further! If your in Nutley, go to Jarets Stuffed Cupcakes located at 31 N. Franklin Avenue for the best cupcakes! With Valentines Day approaching I thought "What a great treat for the family!". Though its a bit pricey at $3 a cupcake, it was definitely worth it, and no baking or bowls to clean up!
  • The first private medical school in NJ in 50 years is expected to open in 2017 at the former Hoffman LaRoche site in Nutley/Clifton. Seton Hall University and parent company Hackensack University Medical Center have announced recently they have partnered and been approved by officials. This will have a positive impact on property values in Nutley moving forward. A medical school in the area will have to house the students and educators and businesses will flourish as the community grows. Also, upon graduating from medical school some physicians will choose to continue to live local and work at Hackensack University Medical Center making a demand for homes in Nutley and surrounding areas.
  • The Nutley High School Band will perform at the Gator Bowl on January 2, 2015. What a great accomplishment for this outstanding group of 65 young adults. We wish you all the best of luck...Go Get Them! It is wonderful that programs such as these still exist for the young adults in our community.
  • A Pasta/Bingo Night fundraiser to benefit Nutley's 9th Annual Relay for Life will be held at 6:30 pm on Friday, January 16 at the Recreation Department. Presale tickets are available for $15 per person if purchased now at the Recreation Department or tickets will be sold at the door for $20 the day of the event. If you interested in joining the committee or need more information contact Crissy or Linda at the Recreation Department 973-284-4966 from 8:30 - 4:30 pm or stop in at 44 Park Avenue, Nutley. Relay for Life of Nutley is scheduled for May 15-16 at DeMuro Park located at Margaret Avenue.
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    I always love to shop local especially for Italian specialties to make a great meat sauce. If you share my passion you probably know the secret to a great sauce starts with fresh meats. I sometimes buy my meats at A & S Pork Store at 152 Franklin Avenue for sausage and chopmeat or any other cuts of beef. They have many other italian specialties including pastas, coldcuts, and fresh breads! Stop in if your in the area you won't be disappointed!
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    Recently my son wanted to see a morning concert at the Plaza at Rockefeller Center in New York City. As a resident of Nutley, I was more than happy to please my youngster as I knew the ride to the city is only 25 minutes. This is one of the benefits of living in Nutley, it's proximity to NYC! We often visit NYC to shop, visit a museum or see a Broadway play.

    Many people in Nutley work in New York City and use public transportation which is available on Washington Avenue and River Road in Nutley. Nutley residents who work in NYC can hop on the bus at 8:25 and be at work by 9:00 am. Now how many of you can say your commute to work is that easy? This is just another perk of why I love living in Nutley!
  • Does your child in grade 3 to 8 want to play lacrosse this spring? There is a registration meeting at the Nutley Parks and Recreation located at 44 Park Avenue, Room 300. The meeting begins at 7:00 pm and you can get all of your lacrosse questions answered.

    A fee of $120 will be payable at registration to reserve your spot which includes a practice jersey and a $40 refundable equipment deposit. Socks, game jersey and shorts must be purchased separately. This sport has been played and taught in Nutley by Cory Slicklen since inception 25 years ago. Mr. Slicklen played attack with some of the best teams in the world. Nutley Parks and Recreation is fortunate to have him as a lacrosse coach to the Nutley kids. Mark your calendar if your child wants to participate!
  • Come to the Nutley Public Library this Saturday, December 6 at 2:00 pm to enjoy a staged reading of "Its a Wonderful Life" presented by actors of the Nutley Theatre. This is just another event being held at the Library for its 100th year celebration. What a great way to start the holiday season!
  • Santa and Mrs. Claus will arrive in Nutley on November 28, at 2:00 pm (rain date November 29 at 11:00 am) at the Nutley Oval on Franklin Avenue. What a great way to start the Christmas holiday! As a special treat this year Santa and Mrs. Claus will arrive by helicopter! Can you imagine your child's face as they arrive! You don't want to miss this special event. We thank the Nutley Chamber of Commerce for continuing its annual tradition.
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    Every Tuesday night from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm is Bingo Night at St. Mary Church Hall. This is a fun night to enjoy bingo games with the locals and maybe get lucky and win a little cash! The kitchen is open serving delicious made to order hamburgers, hotdogs, cheesesteaks, taylor ham and cheese sandwiches, French fries, fresh slices of pies and cakes, coffee and sodas!

    Doors open at 6:00 pm and St. Mary Church Hall is located 17 Monsignor Owens Place,Nutley. I am always volunteering in the kitchen with cooking, so please come by and introduce yourself! Hope to see you Tuesday!
  • Carl Lordi
    RE/MAX Park Square
    Nutley Township is in the holiday spirit! Don't miss the Chamber of Commerce's Santa arrival day at The Oval. There will be free gift bags for all the kids! Also, the toy drive for Toy's for Tot's drop off location is at 414 Centre Street in Nutley.
  • Nutley is paving many streets in town and we are ready for winter! I had two flat tires last winter after hitting potholes caused by messy snowy storms. I am sure many of you had the same problem. It took a toll on our roads. I am happy to report that Nutley is paving streets all over town and driving around lately is quite a pleasure! Its nice to see our tax dollars going in the right direction!
  • Are you in the mood for excellent Italian food? My favorite place to eat in Nutley is Queen Margherita located at 246 Washington Avenue. You will feel like your in Italy with the music and ambience of this place. The food is consistent, really good fresh Italian. I usually try the specials of the night and they have always been delicious! It's a BYOB, but this local hot spot is booked to the max every night so reservations are recommended especially on weekends. 973-662-0007
  • Does your child want to play volleyball? An instructional clinic will be offered for boys and girls in grades 4 through 8 who are interested in learning the basics of volleyball. Clinic dates are November 12, 19; December 3, 10, 17 and January 7. Volleyball clinic hours for Grades 7-8 will be 3:30 to 4:30 pm and grades 4-6 will be 4:45 -5:45 pm. Contact Nutley Parks and Recreation for sign up. Fee is $40.
  • The 7th Annual Pumpkin Festival will be held at the Nutley Museum on Sunday, October 19, 2014 from 1:00 to 3:00 pm. This event is sponsored by the Nutley Historical Society. There will be pumpkin painting, light refreshments and museum tours. Hope to see you there!
  • The Annual Parks and Recreation Halloween Event is scheduled on October 24 from 6:30 to 8:30 pm at 44 Park Avenue. This event is opened to Nutley residents only. There will be a party, hayride, music, snacks and beverages. The Nutley Red Cross is calling on all residents to bring non-perishable food items to the Halloween Event to support the Red Cross food pantry. Some examples are cereal, canned soup, sauces and vegetables. Come on down for a spooktacular time!

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