If you have a free event or event that benefits the Lake Hopatcong community (Hopatcong, Jefferson, Mt. Arlington or Roxbury) and is open to the public please complete our community calendar submission request.
Project Self-Sufficiency is offering FREE MAMMOGRAMS to women age 40+who are uninsured!
Thursday, March 23, 2017
10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
at Hopatcong Borough Hall:
111 River Styx Road,Hopatcong, NJ 07843
Call (973) 940-3500
to determine if you are eligible and schedule an appointment.
“An enticing, engaging novel” / “…deftly plotted and extremely well written” / “A fascinating view of ancient tribal beliefs bleeding into the present day.”
*** This workshop is currently full and we are in the process of rescheduling the date
March 25th – Trail Building (10am-2pm)
location to be announced
If not properly built, a host of different impacts – particularly the natural flow of water – can erode and damage trails. This day in the field will teach about techniques like side-hilling and drain-building which help ensure that hiking trails remain in peak condition despite the challenges of erosion from nature and regular use. It will also discuss more advanced trail building techniques like turnpiking and bog-bridging to address wet areas.
***This workshop is currently full and we are no longer accepting registration
Intro to Trail Maintenance (10am-2pm)
Meet at the Hopatcong Senior Center – 32 Lakeside Blvd., Hopatcong (map)
Ever wonder how the trails stay open and passable? Where do those colored marks on the trees come from? Take this workshop Host by LHF and presented by the NY/NJ Trail Conference to find out!
Trail Maintenance is clearing, cleaning, and blazing. Trail maintainers use small hand tools to clip and cut brush out of the trail, remove debris from drainage structures, and paint or hang the markers used for route finding also known as blazes.
This course helps you gain or brush up on the skills necessary to a Trail Conference Trail Maintainer Volunteer. Skills include how to clip trail corridor, clean drainage structures, proper blazing techniques, and reporting trail conditions.
All you need to bring are sturdy shoes, weather-appropriate clothing, sunscreen and bug spray if you wish and enough water/snacks/lunch to comfortably make it through the day.
Friday, March 31 at Glasser’s Sports Bar in Hopatcong Borough from 5-10pm (300 Lakeside Avenue). Come out for a great mean and support both the Lake Hopatcong Foundation and a new local restaurant on the lake! To make your reservation, call Glasser’s Sports Bar at (973) 810-3350.
JEFFERSON The Jefferson Township Museum, also known as the George Chamberlain House, will have an open house on Sunday, April 2, 2017, from 1 to 4 pm. Admission is free. Costumed docents will be available to talk about this Victorian home. The theme of this month’s exhibit is “Pteridomania: The Victorian Fern Craze.” The Victorian fern craze led to Adventure, Romance, and Crime. There will also be some examples of “Scherenschnitte” on display – The Victorian art of papercutting. The Museum, located at 315 Dover-Milton Road, was entered into the National and State Registers of Historic Places in 2010. Be sure to visit Miss Elizabeth’s Shoppe located in the original kitchen of the Museum. The Shoppe is packed with new and vintage items for sale, perfect for spring or anytime.
The Garden State Yacht Club will be open for prospective new members on Sunday April 2nd from 1:00-3:00 and Sunday June 4th also from 1:00-3:00. All interested families and singles are invited.
Please RSVP at 973-398-0022 if you plan to attend.