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Paws in the Park

Goffle Brook Park 675 Goffle Road, Hawthorne, NJ, United States

Our furry friends are back for Paws in the Park! This year's event will take place on Saturday, October 8th at Goffle Brook Park in Hawthorne from 10:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m.

Free

Family Ag Day

The Wayne Museum 533 Berdan Avenue, 533 Berdan Avenue in Wayne, New Jersey 07470, United States

Family AG Days are designed to connect families with agriculture and history in an engaging manner through activities, music, museum tours, and community outreach. Our participants and activities change with each AG Day, so make sure to check out www.thewaynemuseum.org/visit-1 for the latest updates.

Free

Van Ripper Hopper House Tour

The Wayne Museum 533 Berdan Avenue, 533 Berdan Avenue in Wayne, New Jersey 07470, United States

Join us for a tour of the Van Riper Hopper House and its grounds in Wayne.

Passaic County Restaurant Week

Passaic County Restaurant Week is an annual program that showcases the region’s finest dining options by offering a catalog of limited-time affordable prix fixe menus for lunch and dinner. Looking to try something new? Maybe you want that go-to dish? Curious about that restaurant you’ve been meaning to try? Restaurant Week has something for everyone. …

The Falling Leaves! Family Program

City Green Farm Eco-Center 171 Grove Street, Clifton, NJ, United States

Why do leaves change color in the fall? Children ages 5-10 can join City Green to learn the answer to this question and celebrate the beauty of fall leaves through crafts, activities, and garden exploration. Learn more & register here.

$8.00

Oktoberfest!

Join us on Saturday, October 15th at Camp Hope in West Milford for Oktoberfest! We'll have food, drink, music, dance. Call 973-728-8166 or email camphope@passaiccountynj.org

Harvest Festival

Eastside Park Learning Garden 587 Park Avenue, Paterson, NJ, United States

Celebrate fall at City Green's Harvest Festival! Join us from 11:00 - 2:00 at Eastside Park in Paterson to pick up pumpkins, create fall nature crafts, shop for City Green seasonal veggies, and more! This event is free to attend.

Free

Sew What? Totowa Public Library Sewing Event

Totowa Public Library 537 Totowa Road, Totowa, NJ, United States

Have your items mended for free here at the Totowa Library! Small clothing repairs, sew on a button, repair a patch, mend tears! No Zippers! Bring your item/items on the date and times listed below and our volunteer will take care of the rest! Tuesday October 25th from 10:30am-12:30pm and evening hours are from 4:30pm-6:00pm. …

Free

Ethan and the Bean – Bowling Fundraiser – Nov. 6th

22-22 Maple Avenue, Fair Lawn, NJ 22-22 Maple Avenue, Fair Lawn, New Jersey

Ethan and The Bean will hold their bowling fundraiser for their third birthday on Sunday, November 6th from 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. Deadline to sign up is Sunday, October 30th. To register, follow this link: Birthday Bowling Fundraiser Registration – Ethan & the Bean (ethanandthebean.com) Bowlero of Fair Lawn 22-22 Maple Ave Fair Lawn, …

Professional Development Workshop for Educators

Dey Mansion Washington's Headquarters 199 Totowa Road, Wayne, New Jersey, United States

Join Museum Curator Jessica Bush and Dr. Lucia McMahon and Nancy Norris-Bauer of William Paterson University for a full day immersive learning experience dedicated to the women of the American Revolution. Educators will gain new insights into the multifaceted role that women played during this time in history and discover how the use of material …

Free

Poetry Open Mic at The Paterson Museum

The Paterson Museum 2 Market Street, Paterson, NJ, United States

Open Mic poetry returns to the Paterson Museum this November! Word Seed Inc. and the Paterson Museum invite you to join us on Friday, November 4th for Power of Words, a Paterson poetry experience. Whether you want to share your poetic voice with an audience or you are just interested in hearing the creative musings …

Free

Virtual: Suffrage/Women’s Fashion of the 19th Century

Virtual

American women's fashion changed drastically between 1830 - 1920. One of the ways we can study this change is through their undying pursuit for equal rights through voting. With each step towards the Vote, women's fashion stepped in a direction that directly affects how women dress today.

Free

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