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Events & Calendar / 4/13/04 Casino Night
« on: March 25, 2004, 12:34:36 PM »
FUNDRAISER
Parisian Beauty Academy and Prospect Heights Care Center

will sponsor a
Casino Night
on Tuesday, April 13, 2004 from 6-8:30 pm
to benefit Leeza's Place.  

Location: Prospect Heights Care Center, 336 Prospect.

The proceeds from this event will benefit those who are memory impared.  
For ticket information, contact Harry Comp at 201-487-2203, ext. 16

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Events & Calendar / 6/9/04 - Hackensack Golf Classic
« on: March 24, 2004, 01:25:43 AM »
Enjoy a day of golf at Farmstead Golf & Country Club. Shotgun start at 1:00 p.m. Details to follow or call the Chamber office. Tel: (201) 489-3700

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BUSINESS EXPO 2004 will promote regional and national corporations. EXPO vendors will have a unique opportunity to showcase and demonstrate products and services, take orders, schedule appointments and sell products on site. VENDOR Registration forms for TABLES or EXHIBTION SPACES are available at our website or by calling the chamber office. Admission for all attendees is FREE. EXPO visitors can meet company executives/representatives and learn about, patronize and experience first-hand a myriad of products and services that are “home-grown” and/or available in our community. Complimentary Food and Cash Bar. Monday, May 10, 2004, Grand Ballroom, Hilton Hasbrouck Heights, 5:00 to 8:00PM

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4/29/04

Join the Greater Hackensack Chamber, Greater Saddle Brook Chamber, Teaneck Chamber and Fair Lawn Chamber for an evening of networking at AMERISUITES, 41-01 Broadway, Fair Lawn. 5:30-7:30 p.m. Buffet Dinner and soft drinks included. Members $15.00 Non-Members $25.00. RSVP by 4/23/2004. 201-489-3700.

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The Official Meetings, Trash and Recycling Calendar can be found at the following link:  

Calendar

The Calendar is also linked from the homepage, under "Hackensack Calendars"

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Events & Calendar / OPEN FULL EVENTS CALENDAR HERE
« on: March 24, 2004, 12:24:42 AM »
Click the link below to open the Events Calendar in full view:

EVENTS CALENDAR


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Events & Calendar / 5/2/04 EARTH FESTIVAL AT VAN SAUN PARK
« on: March 23, 2004, 11:10:31 PM »
CELEBRATION OF THE EARTH FESTIVAL AT VAN SAUN PARK IN PARAMUS

9 AM to 2 PM

This is a wonderful event and one designed with children in mind. Van Saun Park is located in the heart of Bergen County and thanks to the Paramus Blue Laws it's a cinch to get to on a Sunday! Exhibitors, vendors, hands-on activities for kids and entertainment are all in store for those who stop by. Hackensack Riverkeeper will have a table under the big tent and we look forward to seeing you there.

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Events & Calendar / 4/25/04 PADDLE FOR OPEN SPACE - Riverkeeper
« on: March 23, 2004, 11:04:06 PM »
PADDLE FOR OPEN SPACE

Celebration and Paddle for Open Space
Sunday, April 25 at Historic New Bridge Landing

Preparations are proceeding apace for riverside event.  
 
River Edge, NJ – Members of the press are invited to attend what may very well be Bergen County’s biggest Earth Week event. Sponsored jointly by Bergen Save the Watershed Action Network (Bergen SWAN) and Hackensack Riverkeeper, the Celebration and Paddle for Open Space will highlight some of our county and state’s past, present and future open space victories. The event takes place this Sunday, April 25 from 12:00 Noon until 5:00 PM.

Weather permitting, Governor McGreevey (invited), NJDEP Commissioner Brad Campbell (invited), County Executive Dennis McNerney, Freeholder Chairwoman Valerie Vainieri Huttle, Assemblywoman Charlotte Vandervalk and other elected officials will join Hackensack Riverkeeper Capt. Bill Sheehan and the Co-Directors of Bergen Save the Watershed Action Network, Mark Becker and Lori Charkey in lauding the following:

- The passage of the Bergen County Open Space, Recreation, Farmland and Historic Preservation Trust which was made permanent by county voters last November.

- New Jersey’s Phase Two Stormwater Regulations; which were adopted earlier this year and recently survived a court challenge by the NJ Builders Association.

- The inclusion of the upper reaches of the Hackensack River watershed as Category One Waterways – the highest level of protection available to freshwater resources.

In addition to environmental presentations and speeches, the Celebration and Paddle for Open Space will feature live bluegrass and Celtic music by New Jersey’s own Hotfootin’ Band (Lew Gelford, Rich Rainey and Loretta Myers).  Door prizes and free, wholesome snacks will also be a part of this family-friendly event.

At 11:00 AM, NJDEP Parks and Forestry interpreter, Sue Shutte, will lead a pre-event guided tour of the historic grounds at New Bridge Landing. The Campbell-Christie House, the Demarest House and the Steuben House will also open their doors at 11:00 AM, staffed by docents in colonial dress.

 At 1:30 PM, the day’s “main event” will take place when a large number of people will embark on the celebratory paddle. Over thirty canoes and kayaks are expected to take part in the trip, led by Captain Bill Sheehan and noted Bergen County historian Timothy Adriance. The trip leaders will take turns sharing their knowledge of the ecology and history of the middle reaches of the Hackensack River.

Historic New Bridge Landing is located at the confluence of the Hackensack River and Coles Brook; street address: 1209 Main St., River Edge, NJ. The canoe/kayak trip will leave from and return to Foschini Park, located on the river at end of Camden St., Hackensack, NJ.

Please contact the organizers to discuss the particulars of the event or the opportunities available for video and still photography.

Press kits will be available at the Hackensack Riverkeeper and Bergen SWAN booths the day of the event.

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Events & Calendar / 4/3/04 HEALTHY KIDS DAY - YMCA
« on: March 23, 2004, 10:59:51 PM »
4/3/04

10:30 AM to 12:30 PM

YMCA OF GREATER BERGEN COUNTY - HEALTHY KIDS DAY
Join Hackensack Riverkeeper and a host of other exhibitors at the "Y" - 75 Essex St., Hackensack, NJ - for a very informative couple of hours. Parents, grandparents & of course KIDS are welcome to learn about the opportunities available for active recreation, exercise, nutrition information and other healthy pursuits. Come see one of those brand new kayaks up-close!

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Events & Calendar / 3/26/04 English Literacy and Civics Education
« on: March 23, 2004, 09:58:34 AM »
English Literacy and Civics Education (ELCE) classes begin April 5. Register at 1 p.m. Friday, Education and Training Center of Bergen County Community Action Program, 241 Moore St., Hackensack. Free. (201) 968-0200.

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Events & Calendar / 3/19/04 Poetic Abstractions
« on: March 19, 2004, 12:42:27 PM »
Starting 3/19/04

Gallery, Edward Williams Building, Fairleigh Dickinson University, 150 Kotte Place. "Poetic Abstractions," abstract paintings and poetry by David Rosen, through next Friday. 8:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. weekdays, 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Saturday. (201) 692-2449.

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Click the link below to see the new dynamic events calendar:

Calendar

Any visitors may view the calendar and its linked content.  Registered users may append messages to the calendar.

Many new events will be added in the near future.

Email me with any questions.  

Editor

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Events & Calendar / 4/24/04 Hackensack Parks Clean-up Day
« on: March 17, 2004, 03:41:48 PM »
Hackensack Parks Clean-up

Event Date: April 24, 2004 (Saturday)
Time: 9:00 (Breakfast for all volunteers with Mayor and Council at Civic Center behind City Hall)
Time: 10:00-12:00 clean up
Location: Starts at Civic Center and then cleanup crews disperse to various parks for cleanup
Contact Person: "Cleanup Coordinator"
Contact Phone: (201) 646-3907

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Events & Calendar / 4/18/04 Family Fun Festival
« on: March 17, 2004, 03:38:41 PM »
:)Family Fun Festival ;D

Event Date: April 18, 2004
Time: 1:00 - 4:30 PM
Location: 355 Main Street, Hackensack, NJ
Contact Person: Nina Damavandi
Contact Phone: (201) 336-7459
Contact email: [u]ndamavandi@co.bergen.nj.us[/u]

The third annual Family Fun Festival is a FREE afternoon of fun for children to age 7. The theme will be "Ready to Learn" and will be located in Hackensack. The multi-culural event will have storytellers, face painters, clowns, dancing, singing, crafts, and MORE!!! The event is sponsored by the Bergen County Human Services Advisory Council, in partnership with the Bergen-Passaic Association for the Education of Young Children, the Philip Ciarco, Jr. Learning Center and the YMCA of Greater Bergen County in celebration of the National Week of the Young Child.

Directions:
355 Main Street (Located between Berry & Passaic Streets; Diagonally across from the YMCA)From Route 4 (either Direction):
Take the Hackensack Avenue exit (SOUTH) - which turns into River Street. At the traffic light before McDonald's, turn right onto Passaic Street. Drive one block, cross Main Street and continue. The Learning Center is located immediately on the left.

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Hackensack Discussion / Freeholders Meeting Results
« on: March 17, 2004, 11:25:50 AM »
Note: Some terms are hyperlinked for more information

Hackensack related issues:

1. A public hearing concerning the proposed relocation of the County Police HQ and DPW will be held at the current Zabriske Street Street facility on April 29, at 7:00 (time will be verified).  The public is encouraged to attend this important meeting for Hackensack residents.

2. A resolution was passed to allow for a feasibility study into building a shelter with expanded services and 75 beds - plus room for 25 additional beds (for emergencies) at the Kansas Street Shelter.  The study will cost approximately $50,000.  

Other County-wide issues:

1.  The Freeholders acknowleged Bergen County Women as March is "Women's History Month".

2.  The FH Board accepted a recently published book about the Water Works
Conservancy
and heard comments about its preservation.

3.  The Board passed resolution which will ultimately ban smoking in county ball parks and swimming pools.

4.  The Board discussed campaign finance reform and "full disclosure" of political donors.  

Topics of public comment included, "pay to play", the proposed shelter expansion, the Zabriske Street hearings, and cancer awareness.  Mayor Zisa was in attendance.

Attendees are encouraged to follow-up with corrections and additions to this summary.  

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