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Long Valley
Events
A COMMUNITY
EVENTS
CALENDAR
Courtesy of the
Washington Township Schools
JEFFREY S. MOHRE, SUPERINTENDENT ~ RICHARD C. PAPERA, ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT ~ LIZ GEORGE, SCHOOL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATOR
The WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP SCHOOLS is proud to team with the volunteer leaders of Long Valley’s
youth/community-oriented organizations to present the November 2014 edition of LONG VALLEY Events,
a monthly informational flyer highlighting activities designed largely for our community’s youth. Parents and
community members are reminded to visit the Long Valley Friday Folder @ www.lvfridayfolder.com where
events are continually posted by our community volunteers.
CASINO NIGHT
Presented by: Long Valley Junior Women’s Club
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2015 / 7PM—11PM
Minebrook Golf Club
500 Schooley’s Mountain Road
Hackettstown, NJ 07840
Black Jack /Craps/Roulette/TexasHold’em/Poker/Raffle/Auction
$65 Ticket Includes: Play Money, Raffle Tickets
for Amazing Prizes, 1 Beverage Ticket and
Heavy Hors d’ oeuvres
Tickets /Table or Program Sponsors/Donation Information:
-Please contact Julie Adams @ [email protected]
or Kate Nelson @ [email protected]
-Make Checks payable to LVJWC and mail to P.O. Box 98, Long Valley, NJ
07853.
-Registration Deadline – 1/31/15
-Must be 21 or over to attend
**Join us for a night out and get your game on!!!!!
MORRIS COUNTY ARTS WORKSHOP
November 2nd at 2-4pm,
Kids Create 4 a Cause
We invite children ages 5-15 to attend the 2 hour workshop to create amazing art with 50% of the fee
donated going directly to NJ Veterans through the non-profit group,
Operation Chill out based in Hackettstown.
www.mcartsworkshop.com
WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP, MORRIS COUNTY
ADULT HEALTH SCREENING / SMAC / PSA BLOOD TESTING
DATE: Saturday, November 8, 2014;
LOCATION: Long Valley First Aid Squad, 70 East Mill Rd., Long Valley, NJ;
TIME: 8:00 am to 11:00 am; FEE: $30.00. PSA testing also offered for an additional $25.00;
REGISTRATION: pre-registration and payment required before November 6, 2014.
Residents must come into the Washington Township Health Department to pre-register.
Please contact the Washington Township, Morris County Health Department at (908) 876-3650 if you
have any questions.
GIRL SCOUT CADETTE TROOP 1789
CLOTHING DRIVE
Let Cadette Troop 1789 help you start the holidays off with a fresh start and an excuse to clean out
your closets! Donate your no longer wanted items to our Clothing on Monday, November 17th
between 8 am and 4pm at our meeting location – 93 Old Farmers Road.
Not only will your donation help our Girl Scout troop raise money so that we can provide our community
with lots of service projects but it will also help our local Big Brothers Big Sisters of Morris County as
they will be picking up your donations from our clothing drive.
We are collecting used clothing, shoes, accessories, soft toys and fabrics. These items should be
placed in large trash bags and can be left outside the garage doors at the bottom of the driveway.
Thank you in advance for your donation and support – It will go a long way in helping us earn our
“Service to the Community” bar.
For more information contact – [email protected]
WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP PARKS & RECREATION
50 Rock Road, Long Valley, NJ 07853
(908) 876-5941 Office (908) 876-0029 Fax
Recrea[email protected] www.wtmorris.org
All ages and abilities are welcome to participate in any program sponsored by the recreation office. If a participant
has individual needs due to a disability, please put a check on the registration form next to the statement and
someone will contact you.
Chef it up 2 Go Cooking Class
Two hour hands on class making a variety of good healthy foods and snacks. Chef it up is scheduled for November
14, 2014 from 4:30-6:30pm for ages 6-11, and will be held at the Senior Center- East Springtown Rd. (Rock Spring
Park), Long Valley, NJ 07853. A non-refundable fee of $45.00 is due before November 7, 2014, after the due
date the fee is $55.
Letters to Santa
The Recreation Dept. has made arrangements with Santa to accept mail for delivery to the North Pole beginning
November 17, 2014. There will be no response returned if we receive it after the deadline date of December 17,
2014.
“Frozen” Cupcake Decorating Class
Little chefs will have a blast decorating cupcakes with some of their favorite characters from the movie Frozen. This
one day class is scheduled for Monday, December 1, 2014 from 5:00pm-6:30pm for ages 5-12 at the Senior
Center- East Springtown Rd. (Rock Spring Park), Long Valley, NJ 07853. A non-refundable fee of $25.00 is due
before November 25, 2014, after the due date the fee is $35.
Holiday Cupcake Decorating Class
Junior Chefs ages 7-14 will master cupcake decorating in a two hour workshop scheduled for Friday December 5,
2014 from 6pm-8pm. This workshop will be held at the Senior Center- East Springtown Rd. (Rock Spring Park),
Long Valley, NJ 07853. A non-refundable fee of $30.00 is due before December 1, 2014, after the due date
the fee is $40.
Breakfast with Santa
Join us at Applebee’s (Hackettstown, NJ) for a Santa Catered breakfast on Saturday December 13, 2014 from 8am10pm. A non-refundable fee of $8 per person is due before December 5, 2014, after the due date and at the
door the fee is $10 per person. Children under two are free. Contact the office for more information on how to
obtain your tickets.
If you would like to be added to recreations parent email list for first come updates and program
registration information please send your emails to [email protected]
WASHINGTON TWP. PUBLIC LIBRARY
ADULT PROGRAMS
37 E. Springtown Rd., Long Valley, NJ 07836 908-876-3596
WTPL Knits - Tuesday, 11/4/2014 & 11/18/2014 at 1:00 PM
Whether you are a beginning or an experienced knitter, come join the fun as we learn together. Please bring
your own supplies. We meet the first and third Tuesday of the month in the Meeting Room.
NJ Aviators in the Great War - Monday, 11/10/2014 at 7:00 PM
Speaker Michael O’Neal will give a presentation about some New Jersey natives who flew in World War I.
Mr. O’Neal’s presentation is a small slice of more than 760 biographies of US Air Service, US Navy, US
Marine Corps and US citizens who served with the air services of Great Britain and France during the War,
including seven New Jersey flying “aces. See the uniform worn by WWI aviator from Morris County.
Cookbook Club - Great Grains cooking class - Wednesday, 11/12/2014 at 7:00 PM
Juanita Reyes, HHC, AADP, Holistic Health Coach offers a great opportunity to expand your cooking
knowledge with two terrific gluten free grains. She will be hosting a cooking demonstration using millet and
quinoa. Learn how simple it can be to eat healthy. Juanita will show you how to make main meals and a
dessert using these wonderful grains.
Family Roots and Shoots - Thursday, 11/13/14 at 2:00 p.m.
Got Chickens? Mini-seminar for Adults for Starting Your Own Backyard Flock 11/15/2014 at 2:00 PM
The keeping of backyard poultry is an activity that has skyrocketed in recent years. Unfortunately, many
new poultry owners are lacking important information and don’t even know it, until a problem arises. The
few stores where people buy their birds and supplies are only interested in the sale, not in the daily
maintenance of the birds. Because they are essentially livestock, chickens are very easy to get, but not as
easy to keep, because their care does not follow the familiar guidelines of dogs, cats, or even small animals
that most people are familiar with today. The rise in suburban flocks requires sources of information that are
sometimes hard to come by.
While there are many websites and books available today, even the most knowledgeable flock owners will
tell you that experience is the best teacher. However, there can be many mistakes made on the way to
gaining that experience, especially if new owners don’t know where to turn to ask questions. In addition,
when searching for answers on the Internet, it can be hard for new owners to identify legitimate sources and
solutions vs. spurious information.
This mini-seminar seeks to address these, and many other issues that new flock owners may face, and
provides reliable sources for future questions. Topics include care and feeding; illnesses; proper coop size
and placement; predator control; hatching chicks; introduction of new birds; proper handling; attending
poultry shows; biosecurity; and much more.
Mary Hussey, a member of the Sussex County Poultry Fanciers, will lead this discussion on the advantages
and responsibilities of raising chickens.
The two-hour program, intended for adults only, includes a Prezi, and participants receive a list of print and
Internet source materials. Live birds will be on hand for demonstration.
Friends of the Washington Twp. Public Library Movie Night - Wednesday, 11/19/2014 at 7:00 PM
This movie is the story of four young men from the wrong side of the tracks in New Jersey who came
together to form the iconic 1960s rock group, The Four Seasons. Based on a hit Broadway show, it
combines a terrific dramatic story with great music. Snacks will be available courtesy of the Friends.
WASHINGTON TWP. PUBLIC LIBRARY (con’t)
Lunch n Learn - Topic to be announced - Monday, 11/24/14 at noon
College Financing - Tuesday, 11/25/2014 at 7:00 PM
This seminar, presented by Al Newell and associates, will discuss how parents of college-bound high school
juniors and seniors can receive $2,500 to $25,000 per year that most don’t even know about. The seminar
will cover the following topics – What some middle-class and upper-middle class parents pay close to
nothing for their children’s college education, how to double or triple eligibility for financial aid, how to pick
the college that will give the most free money, less loans, how to get the maximum amount of money from
each school, little known ways to position one’s assets, maximizing the aid one would get and finally, how to
fill out complicated application forms accurately to avoid costly mistakes.
Call the Library at 908-876-3596 or go to www.wtpl.org to sign up for the above programs!
WASHINGTON TWP. PUBLIC LIBRARY
BOOK SIGNING
Book signing with Kathy Wakile from the cast of The Real Housewives of New Jersey
Washington Twp. Public Library
37 E. Springtown Rd, Long Valley, NJ 07853
Wednesday, December 10, 2014 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
INDULGE - Delicious Little Desserts That Keep Life Real Sweet by Kathy Wakile from the cast of The Real
Housewives of New Jersey with Miriam Harris.
Now a nationally bestselling book, INDULGE: Delicious Little Desserts That Keep Life Real Sweet by The
Real Housewives of New Jersey star Kathy Wakile, with Miriam Harris presents over 75 scrumptious sweet
treats illuminated by 35 beautiful full-color photographs, all organized by season for everyone from baking
beginner to expert. All the treats are small, too, so you can indulge without over-indulging.
INDULGE is a treasure trove of some of Kathy’s greatest recipes from the sweet life including:
- Almond Joyous Cheesecake Cuties
- Caramel Walnut Chocolate Tartlettini
- White Chocolate Blondie Bites
- Fabulous Gelati: Tanned & Salty, Chocolate-Covered Cherry, Orange Dreamsicle & more!
- Apple Ricotta Zeppoli & Pumpkin Ginger Sticky Buns
After all, as Kathy says, “Indulge, it’s not going to kill you.” With family stories and backstage glimpses into
The Real Housewives of New Jersey, INDULGE is the cookbook Kathy’s legion of fans have been eagerly
awaiting.
Members of the WTPL Food for Thought Book Cookbook Club will be making samples to share from Kathy’s
Indulge cookbook!
Call the Library at 908-876-3596 for more information.
WASHINGTON TWP. PUBLIC LIBRARY
BOOK SIGNING (con’t)
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
KATHY WAKILE regularly serves as an Honorary Professor & Ambassador Chef at the L'Ecole Culinaire, an
ACCSC-accredited culinary school that offers degree and diploma programs, sharing her passion and
knowledge of culinary trends and her unique experience bringing personally-developed food products to
market. Kathy is the proud business owner of Indulge by Kathy Wakile, which includes desserts, specialty
coffees and more. Juggling home, career, and family, Kathy finds time to also be involved in raising brain
tumor awareness, a cause close to her heart. Her Goddess Eye jewelry line gives a portion of sales to the
National Brain Tumor Society and The Children's Brain Tumor Foundation. Kathy lives in Wayne, NJ with
her husband, Rich, and their children, Victoria and Joseph. Visit her at www.kathywakiledesserts.com.
November Events at Schiff Nature Preserve
(Advance registration is required. Register online at www.schiffnaturepreserve.org)
Sunday •11/3 • 9 a.m.- 12 p.m.
VOLUNTEER WORK DAYS ON THE PRESERVE
We'll provide the tools and you provide the help to tackle lots of practical projects across our Preserves,
including storm cleanup, trail maintenance and marking, garden maintenance, and the like. All ages
welcome, however we ask that children under age 15 are accompanied by an adult. If you are interested in
attending, please register by calling the Nature Center at 973-543-6004 so that we may get an accurate
count.
5 Tuesdays • Starting 10/28 • 7 p.m.
MOONRISE YOGA
Join us for 5 restorative yoga sessions. Take time away from your busy life to quiet your body and mind with
yoga and meditation. An emphasis on exploring different yoga techniques will give you the tools to
reenergize your body, mind and spirit for a peaceful and centered week. $60 members; $80 nonmembers.
Thursday • November 6 • 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
SCHOOL'S OUT - COME EXPLORE NATURE!
No school means all play! Come on up to Schiff and spend some time outdoors. Our Nature Exploration for
Kids program will get you out trekking Schiff's trails while playing games along the way. Ages 6+. From 9 am
- 12 noon. Members pay $30 per child; Nonmembers pay $45 per child. Bring a snack and water. Dress for
weather. In case of rain, the program will be held in the Nature Center. This program is limited to 12
children.
SCHIFF NATURAL LAND TRUST (con’t)
Friday • November 7 • 10:30 - 11:30 a.m.
SCHOOL'S OUT - COME MEET A LIVE OWL!
Looking for something fun to do with the kids during NJ Teacher's Convention? Come to Schiff Nature
Preserve and meet a live owl! Experts from The Raptor Trust will introduce us to the 8 species of owls that
call NJ home, and show us why these birds are amazing nighttime hunters. All ages are welcome. 10:30 11:30 a.m. $10 per person for Members; $15 per person for Nonmembers. Space is limited.
Saturday • November 15 • 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
NATURE JOURNALING - MINI WORKSHOP
Reconnect with nature - inside and out. This mini-workshop will introduce you to a variety of quick, easy and
personal writing techniques that will help you refresh, renew and restore yourself before the rush of the
holidays. You'll learn new skills for creating greater self-awareness and honoring your own inherent nature.
Journal writing is personal and no writing is shared aloud. We will take a short hike, weather permitting. $10
members; $20 nonmembers.
Monday • November 17 • 10 a.m.-12p.m. OR 7-9 p.m.
CREATING HOLIDAY JOY
Learn from an interior design specialist and certified Feng Shui practitioner how to prepare your home for a
calm and joyful holiday season. Step-by-step instruction will help you prepare your rooms for entertaining,
provide ideas on what to do before and after you entertain, and how to engage the 6 senses to bring safety,
comfort, beauty and harmony into your home. Bring pictures of your own dining room and other rooms for
personal advice. Members $10; nonmembers $20.
REMINDER!
YOUTH/COMMUNITY EVENTS ARE CONSTANTLY POSTED TO:
WWW.LVFRIDAYFOLDER.COM
Courtesy of the
Washington Township Schools