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What’s Happening Around Summit?

There’s something for everyone in and around Summit this month… Multicultural Night at LCJSMS April 4  •  7:00 – 9:00pm Travel the world…in one night! Here’s a chance to find out more about all of the cultures that make our town so colorful and unique! At Lawton Middle School, 272 Morris Ave, Summit NJ The Man […]

Best Towns in NJ: Find Out Where Mahwah & Ramsey Ranked

New Jersey Family just released a list: “Best Towns for Families 2019.” Our town of Mahwah came in number thirty-eight. Surprisingly, Ramsey came in number seventy nine.  To determine rankings, NJF looked at every municipality in the state with a population of more than 1,500 and measured them against key factors like schools, housing and  others factors that make life easier, like […]

The Best Towns to Raise a Family in NJ

New Jersey Family just released a list: “Best Towns for Families 2019.” Our town of Chatham came in number fifteen. But to our surprise…ok, maybe shock, Madison came in number 74! Guess you can’t win them all. To determine rankings, NJF looked at every municipality in the state with a population of more than 1,500 and measured them against key […]

10 April Fools’ Day Pranks to Play on Your Kids

Kids love pranks, and since I dropped the ball with the leprechaun this year, I am going to step up my game for April 1st. But, I like simple, so here are some easy ways to get the best of your kids. 1. Bed Swap While your kids are sleeping, switch them and put them into […]

Glen Rock: (Almost) The Best Town in NJ

New Jersey Family just released a list: “Best Towns for Families 2019.” Happily, Glen Rock came in number two (of course, it’s number one to us.) To determine rankings, NJF looked at every municipality in the state with a population of more than 1,500 and measured them against key factors like schools, housing and  others factors that […]

How to Know if the Easter Bunny Was at Your House

I have a very hard time treating my kids like grown ups. I know this is because I don’t want them to get older, sassy and cynical. It is also because they aren’t adults just yet. I want to keep it this way as long as possible. Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny will continue […]

Summit’s Easter Egg Hunt

Saturday, April 6 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm (Rain date Sun April 7)  Summit PAL is hosting an Easter egg hunt featuring music, entertainment, prizes, and of course, a visit from the Easter Bunny. The Easter Bunny will also be available for photos with kids. The event is free and open to all Summit residents. No […]

Calling All Beer Connoisseurs: Beer Fest is Coming Up!

Friday, April 12  •  6pm-10pm If you love beer, you’ll love this festival featuring over 30 craft beers, food tastings, entertainment, raffles, and more. The VIP pass includes early entry to the event, 15 beer tasting tickets, food ticket, commemorative tasting glass, the opportunity to sample limited edition beers, and one-on-one interaction with brewers ($45, 6-10pm). Participating breweries […]

Hilltoppers Got Talent: The Summit Arts Festival

Friday, March 29  •  4:30 – 9:15 p.m. Come see the Hilltoppers talent this Friday at Summit High School! Here’s your chance to listen to Hilltoppers perform and check out their artwork. The event will take place at Summit High School cafeteria but you might not even recognize it because it will all be ‘dressed up’ in a café mode. The Culinary Arts’ Advanced Baking […]

SHS Speech & Debate Team Take 2nd Place!

Find Out What’s Happening Around Summit! The Summit Speech and Debate Team won Second Place Team Sweepstakes, Second Place Speech Sweeps and Sixth Place Debate Sweeps at the New Jersey Speech and Debate Tournament at Hunterdon Central High School. Three State champions will receive scholarships and be recognized at the Governor’s Awards in May: Annie Milsten, who placed first in Program […]

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