The Lake Hopatcong Historical Museum is honored to host local author Harry F. Martin, Jr. at the museum this Friday evening, May 5, from 6:00 until 7:30PM. Mr. Martin will sign copies of his recently published memoir, I Was No Hero in the Battle of the Bulge. This is a great opportunity to purchase a copy of the book and chat with a member of America’s greatest generation.
Mount Arlington Region
The Lake Hopatcong Yacht Club Historical Foundation (LHYCHF) is closing in on the required $100,000, as two private donors have each individually committed to match up to $100K of donated funds, for a total of $300,000 to restore the upper porch.
New Jersey is a bustling state between two major cities and is by no means known for simple living.
The Easter Bunny officially launched the Mount Arlington Annual Easter Egg hunt to a standing room only crowd at Mount Arlington Memorial Park today.
The Borough of Mount Arlington is now accepting applications for Certified Waterfront Lifeguards for the Municipal Beach for the 2017 Summer Season.
Mount Arlington is seeking multiple Volunteers to support the wide variety of events that occur all year long.
Mount Arlington has announced the following Spring Programs for Soccer, Softball and Baseball.
In February that Mount Arlington Borough Council passed a resolution which will officially rename our beach The Arthur J. Ondish Memorial Beach.
The law states that you are not allowed to park in front of a hydrant or within 10 feet of a hydrant.
Mount Arlington is seeking your participation for a Community Cleanup on Saturday April 22nd - EARTH DAY at 10:00 AM for about 1 hour.
All area residents are invited to meet author Harry F. Martin, Jr., who has recently published his war memoir, "I Was No Hero."
We are in need of volunteers for the MABORC Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday April 8th. (Rain date April 15th). General help with hiding eggs, decorating, supervising hunt areas, pictures with the Easter Bunny, prizes and refreshments, including clean up afterwards.
Mount Arlington finalized their Christmas Light Contest during the week of December 19th, and not only did they find Clark Griswold home, but it took the grand prize.