Here’s What’s Happening This Week

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Here’s what’s happening starting this week in Bergen County.  We have quite a variety this week from cats to rock and roll music.  Remember too that we have winter sports gong on too.  Ice skating at Van Saun Park, skiing and snow boarding at Camgaw Mountain are in full swing. Spring is coming We’re now halfway through February.  At this time of year, the weather starts to transition from Winter…

The Lunar New Year, James and the Giant Peach and Maple Sugaring

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The Lunar New Year, James and the Giant Peach plus the return of Maple Sugaring headline this week’s events.  Let’s not forget all the things that are ongoing too.  Go back to my article on winter sports here for outdoor fun as well. Covid has undoubtedly had it’s effect.  Unfortunately public programs that had been held at the Garden State Plaza and Shoppes at Riverside aren’t happening this year.  However…

It’s The Week Before Christmas – Here’s What’s Going On

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It’s the week before Christmas and the holiday is in full swing.  Online buying doesn’t stop the annual frenzy at Bergen County’s famous shopping malls along Routes 4 and 17 in Paramus.  Drive by during the week and on weekends.  Parking lots are full of holiday shoppers.  You’ll find glorious musical services at churches throughout Bergen County.  Bakeries showcase Christmas cookies and Yule Logs.  Its the week before Christmas with…

First Week of November Highlights

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The first week of November highlights come to you in a variety of forms.  It doesn’t matter whether you’re young or old since there’s something this week for everyone. We’re now moving into the cooler part of the fall season.  Weather is less forgiving and, as a result, a lot of outdoor events have ended.  You won’t see any more major car shows or street fairs until the spring but…