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CHILDREN'S FALL FESTIVAL - OCTOBER 9TH - GRADES K-5
Elementary aged children are invited to join HealthBarn USA, in partnership with Ridgewood Parks and Recreation, for an autumn harvest celebration. Children will enjoy fun fall crafts, healthy cooking creations, and fun fall activities including a scavenger hunt, making leaf art, a nature hike, making a pumpkin smoothie, playing corn toss, and walking through the pumpkin patch.
Grades K through 5
Monday, October 9th
9:30 am to 12 noon
The Irene Habernickel Family Park
1057 Hillcrest Road
$30 per child (non-residents $40)
Register online via Community Pass at www.ridgewoodnj.net/communitypass (under Village Parks and Recreation, Visa/MasterCard) or in person/by mail to The Stable, 259 N. Maple Avenue, Ridgewood, NJ 07450 (cash/check). Our registration form is attached for your convenience.
Please call the Recreation Office at 201-670-5560 with questions or if special accommodations are needed.
FALL RECREATION SESSION - SEPTEMBER AND OCTOBER 2017
Registration has begin for the next session to begin in September. Offerings are listed in order of preschool through adult. Please click the links below for program details/printable registration form.
My First Art with Abrakadoodle (with caregiver -Tuesdays)
Yoga Dance with The Joy of Motion (Wednesdays)
Mini-Doodler with Abrakadoodle (Wednesdays)
Live, Love Music! with Preschool of Rock (Fridays)
The Science of Slime with Education Explorers (Mondays)
Memorabilia Art with Garden Arts (Mondays)
Drones and Flight with Explore Science (Tuesdays)
Acrylics/Drawing with Mrs. C. (Wednesdays)
Full STEAM Ahead with Education Explorers (Wednesdays)
Abrakadoodle's Dream It, Paint It, Create It (Thursdays)
Green Kid's Nature Club (Thursdays)
Adult Cooking with Annie's Artisanal Cookery (Mondays)
Adult Acrylics (Tuesday afternoons)
Adult Watercolors (Wednesdays)
Please watch for details on Adult/Senior classes to be held at the Community Center in September and October.
Register online via Community Pass (Visa/Mastercard) or in person/by mail to the Stable, 259 N. Maple Avenue, Ridgewood (cash/check). Please call the Recreation Office at 201-670-5560 with any questions or if special accommodations are needed.
FALL SPORT OFFERINGS WITH RECREATION
Ridgewood Parks and Recreation is pleased to offer several sports for physical fitness. Click on the links below for details.
Lacrosse with U.S. Sports Institute (ages 4-6) Mondays
Sport Squirts with U.S. Sports Institute (ages 2-5) Tuesdays
Golf with Skyhawks (PreK through Grade 8) Wednesdays
T-Ball with U.S. Sports Institute (ages 2-5) Thursdays
Tennis with All Pro Tennis (PreK through Adult) Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays
Pickleball (Adults) Wednesdays and Fridays
Platform Tennis at URTC (Fall and Early Winter, Tuesdays and Sundays ~ Open House October 14th)
Register online via CommunityPass or in-person/by mail to The Stable, 259 N. Maple Avenue, Ridgewood, NJ 07450.
Call the Recreation Office at 201-670-5560 with questions or if special accommodations are needed.
PARKS AND RECREATION TRIP TO CHIHULY NIGHTS ~ NEW YORK BOTANICAL GARDENS
Trip to CHIHULY Nights - New York Botanical Gardens, Thursday, October 12, 2017
WALKTOBER - CELEBRATE WITH A WALK IN THE WOODS
Join Ridgewood Parks and Recreation and the Ridgewood Wildscape for a walk through Kings Pond and Gypsy Pond Parks. These two parks make up a contiguous 38 acre natural forest containing a large pond, babbling brooks, glacial rock outcrops, giant trees, ferns, wetlands, and a variety of birds and mammals.
Sunday, October 22, 2017, 1:30 pm
(raindate is 10/29)
All will meet at the park entrance located at the cul-de-sace at intersection of Mountain Avenue and McKinley Road. Enter Mountain Avenue and there will be signs. Please dress appropriately.
Pre-registration is required. There is no fee to attend, but a donation of $5 per family to Ridgewood Wildscape Assn. will be very much appreciated.
Click on the form below to download and submit your reservation.
Walktober Details and Registration Form
Ridgewood Parks and Recreation welcomes HealthBarn USA to Habernickel Family Park, 1057 Hillcrest Road, Ridgewood. Children and grown-ups enjoy healthy-lifestyle educational programs which include growing, harvesting and cooking with fresh, natural foods from an organic teaching garden. Registration has begun for the next session of programs being offered through the Village Recreation Department by HealthBarnUSA. Click on the links below for program details and registration.
Seedlings, ages 3 to 5
Sprouts, ages 5 to 7
Harvesters, ages 8 to 12
Master Chefs, ages 12 and up
Holiday Break Camps
Scout & Community Field Trip
Fall Harvest Celebration - NEW DATE Monday, October 9th
Storytime and Garden Adventure
Garden to Table Family Pizza
All About Garlic
Garden to Table Summer Camp, ages 5 to 15
Summer Seedlings, ages 3 to 5
VILLAGE "ADOPT A TREE" PROGRAM
In order to maintain the tree canopy of the Village, the Shade Tree Commission offers a new "Adopt a Tree" program in addition to limited replacements offered annually in the Parks and Shade Tree budget. Please find details in the link below.
Village "Adopt a Tree" Program
STABLE USE FOR MEETINGS/EVENTS
The Stable is available for private meetings and parties. Contact the Recreation Office at 201-670-5560 for details and availability.
Stable Use Request Forms
ATTENTION SENIORS - JOIN H.I.L.T. FOR 2017
Come see what you have been missing!
H.I.L.T. (Highlights in Leisure Time) is a senior's club sponsored by Ridgewood Parks and Recreation, for Village residents 55 and older. Monthly meetings offer entertainment or informational presentations. Special events include picnics, socials and a variety of trips to dinner theaters, museums, historical sights and sightseeing tours. Annual dues are $15.
Call 201-670-5560 to speak to Deanna Schablik for more information.
H.I.L.T. Membership Application
H.I.L.T. Schedule - July through December, 2017
THE NJ MAYOR'S WELLNESS CAMPAIGN
You may notice a new look to our brochures. There is a pinwheel logo that marks some of our programs. What does this mean?
The Mayor's Wellness Campaign is a statewide initiative to invite Mayors to play a leadership role in supporting opportunities to promote active, healthy lifestyles with long-term goals to include a reduction in health care costs for all. The Village community will strongly support this initiative and everywhere you see the logo, you will know the benefits of each marked program are many. Come be a part of it all.