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Kiwi Fizz Cocktail

A refreshing, fizzy cocktail with mint and kiwi from Grey Goose is not too sweet and perfect for a warm evening. Ingredients 2 parts Grey Goose Le Citron 1 Kiwi 1 Sprig of Mint Piece of a Vanilla Pod 1 part simple syrup Splash of Club Soda Directions In a cocktail shaker, combine quartered kiwi, mint, vanilla pod, […]

Don’t Miss The Balloon Glow!

Thursday, May 23  •  8 PM – 10 PM Don’t miss the Blossomtime Balloon Glow, one of the most beautiful light shows around. In the evening, Balloonists come to Chagrin Falls to inflate their balloons and light them up–it’s an Instagram-worthy event for sure. The event is a free and perfect for the entire family to enjoy. Bring a few […]

Calling All Seafood Lovers for NJ Seafood Fest!

33rd Annual Belmar NJ Seafood Festival May 17 – 19, 2019 Fri 4pm ‑ 8pm • Sat 11am ‑ 8pm • Sun 11am ‑ 6pm Seafood lovers this is the festival for you! The forecast calls for sunny skies perfect for eating your way through the 33rd Annual Belmar NJ Seafood Festival this weekend. What can tie expect? Live music […]

How to Earth Day in Westfield

Saturday, April 28 @ 9:00am Celebrate Earth Day on Saturday, April 28 with a Park Clean-up! Gather your families, friends, boy or Girl Scout groups and help to beautify Westfield’s parks! All participants will receive a Green Team t-shirt! Additionally, all volunteers will be entered to win a $100 gift card to Limani Seafood Grill, generously donated by the […]

Dining Al Fresco (& Gluten-Free) in Westfield

Now that spring has FINALLY come, there’s no better way to enjoy the outdoors than dining al fresco. One of my favorite spots in town is for a casual girls’ night out is Ferraro’s. One of my good friends happens to eat gluten-free and Ferraro’s has a good selection of apps and entrees which they can […]

Top 10 Mistakes Students Make on College Application Essays

Also Read: What’s Happening in Summit Thursday, April 11, 2019 • 7:00pm – 8:30pm Students graders 9 through 12 can gain insightful tips from former high school English teacher Randy Levin on how to set yourself apart from other college applicants on your essays. Mr Levin will point out the most common errors that students make on their college essays. Mr […]

Is Taking a Gap Year Right For Your Child?

Monday, May 6, 2019  •  7:00- 8:00pm Ever wondered if taking a Gap Year is right for your child? Summit Library is hosting an event to discuss the pros and cons of taking a gap year. More and more, U.S. teens are considering their options before jumping right from high school to college. Rather than […]

Glen Rock Clean-Up!

Join your neighbors for the annual, town-wide clean up of all garbage and litter that has gathered during the winter in the public spaces around Glen Rock.​ Anyone can participate! Really, this event is good for ALL AGES. Children under the age of 13 must be accompanied by an adult. Pre-Registration is REQUIRED. The day before […]

Glen Rock Little League Opening Day Parade

Saturday, April 6  •  8:30 AM – 10:30 AM Come out and support the Glen Rock Little League kids. They will be marching through downtown Glen Rock to Wilde Memorial Park. Game will begin following the ceremony. Make Glen Rock Beautiful: Town Clean Up! FREE FAMILY FUN EVENT Share your event or fundraiser with our Tips’ […]

Runaway Goat in Ridgewood? Udderly Ridiculous…But True.

Well, here’s some udderly ridiculous Ridgewood news: another animal you wouldn’t expect to see in Ridgewood on the run. We’ve had several bears, deer, vultures and coyotes. And there’s the local fox who can usually be seen walking down Broad Street at dusk. And now, we can add another unusual sighting in our village: a runaway billy! The Ridgewood Police […]


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