“I was thrilled when LHF added kayaking”

Categories: community, Events, Fundraisers, Fundraising, Hopatcong, Jefferson, lake, Lake History, Lake Hopatcong, Lake Hopatcong Foundation, Lake Loop, LHF, Mt. Arlington, News, Roxbury
“As an avid paddler, I was thrilled when LHF added kayaking to the activities in which one can participate in at the Lake Loop. It’s a very nice, calm area of the lake to paddle in the fall. After your paddle, you get to mingle with other participants who genuinely care about Lake Hopatcong.”  –Jen …

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The Farmers Market Is A Great Place To Shop Local

Categories: community, Hopatcong, Jefferson, Lake Hopatcong, Mt. Arlington, News, Projects and Initiatives, Shop Local
Get thee to your local Farmers Market and you’ll be able to #ShopLocalLakeHopatcong with quite a few businesses in one setting.   Thanks to Hopatcong Lake Regional News who visited the Hopatcong Farmers Market to show you all the cool local businesses you’ll find there in a fun little video. The Hopatcong Farmers Market is open …

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Local Author Donates Books to Benefit Train Station Restoration

Categories: community, Lake Hopatcong Foundation, Mt. Arlington, News, Other

On Friday, April 21st, The Lake Hopatcong Historical Museum hosted local author Alex Perriello for a book signing of his historical fiction novel, Jacob’s War. Mr. Perriello attended the event dressed as his protagonist and also held a question and answer session for attendees. Published in 2016, Jacob’s War is a compelling and entertaining tale set …

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LH Historical Museum Hosting Local Author, Proceeds to Benefit Train Station Restoration

Categories: community, Lake Hopatcong Foundation, Mt. Arlington, News, Other

The Lake Hopatcong Historical Museum will host local author Alex Perriello at the museum this Friday evening, April 21, from 6:00 to 7:30PM. Mr. Perriello will answer questions and sign copies of his historical fiction novel, Jacob’s War. Published in 2016, Jacob’s War is a compelling and entertaining tale set both in the present and …

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A Laker’s Dozen: Lake Hopatcong Trail Taking Route

Categories: News, Other, Recreational Trails

This is the fourth of 12 posts in our A Laker’s Dozen: 12 “Sweet” LHF Achievements from 2016 series – reflecting on and celebrating 2016 and the Lake Hopatcong Community. Progress on the Lake Hopatcong Trail Through funding from a NJ DEP Recreational Trails Grant, the trail around Lake Hopatcong is underway in the Borough …

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Congrats to our Shop Local winners!!

Categories: News, Other, Shop Local

Thank you to everyone who participated in our Shop Local Lake Hopatcong promotion by shopping locally and spreading the word on social media with the hashtag #shoplocallakehopatcong. We randomly selected the winners out of more than 200 entries through the Woobox app this morning, and are happy to announce that the following folks will be …

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A successful historical hike!

Categories: News, Other, Recreational Trails

Thanks to the historical expertise of our board chairman (and Lake Hopatcong Historical Museum president) Marty Kane, about 40 people enjoyed our rescheduled National Trails Day Hike on Tuesday evening, which brought walkers through Breslin Park in Mt. Arlington. Those in attendance got to admire some beautiful architecture, natural beauty, and a gorgeous evening. Thank …

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Remembering Art Ondish

Categories: From the President, Governmental Matters, Mt. Arlington, News, Other

We were so saddened to learn of the passing of Mt. Arlington Mayor Art Ondish, who previously served as chairman of the Lake Hopatcong Commission and who was a champion of the lake during his too-brief 50 years of life. Art didn’t just grow up on Lake Hopatcong and reside here his entire life, he …

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