The Jefferson Township Farmers continues to expand as it seeks to bring fresh local products to the community.
The Jefferson Arts Committee’s Gazebo Committee is pleased to announce that The Jefferson Township Community Band and Jazz Band will open the 2017 free summer concert series on Friday evening, June 30th.
Jefferson Township: Commemorative Walkway Engraved Pavers Available
In order to maintain the “Walk of Pride” at the Jefferson Township Gazebo, the Jefferson Arts Committee offers engraved pavers for sale at a cost of $50 each. The bricks may be engraved with a maximum of three lines of 15 characters each (including spaces). Personalized paver bricks are 6” x 9” and are used to create a commemorative walkway to and around the Gazebo, which is located at the Jefferson Township Municipal Building complex, 1033 Weldon Road.
To order a paver to commemorate an anniversary, a birthday, graduation, “in memoriam”, in a company name, as a thank you, in a family name, etc, please complete the form available on www.jeffersonarts.org(upper right-hand corner: Registration Forms) and mail it with a check made payable to “The Jefferson Arts Committee, Inc.” to: The Jefferson Arts Committee, Inc., Attn: Gazebo Committee, P.O. Box 2604, Oak Ridge, NJ 07438. Questions: Call Roberta at 973-697-9176 or Carol at 973-697-3828 or Email email@example.com
It can take a minimum of up to 8 to 12 weeks before your brick may be installed.
Bridge Marina and the Jefferson Township Chamber of Commerce host “Network on Lake Hopatcong” event on 6/29 for northern New Jersey business and community leaders
The Jefferson Arts Committee’s Memorial Scholarships were presented on June 8 by JAC President Carol Punturieri to Matthew Schlomann and Rachel Dorrothy at the 2017 Jefferson Township High School’s Senior Awards Night ceremony.
On July 8, 2017 Trout Unlimited Fred S Burroughs/North Jersey Chapter will again be hosting the annual youth fishing derby in conjunction with Jefferson Township's "Jefferson Fest - Food Truck Festival, Concert, and Fireworks", formerly known as "Jefferson Day".
Kelly Miller Circus coming to Jefferson Township fills void left by Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey. John Ringling North II, was born into the most famous of the circus families. He is trending online, on HBO and on PBS specials and he owns the Kelly Miller Circus.