Derby de Mayo

Come celebrate the Kentucky Derby & Cinco de Mayo!
Specialty cocktails ~ Prizes ~ Complimentary Hors d’ Oeuvres!

The River Palm Terrace located at 1416 River Road in Edgewater




Spring Equinox Celebration


Saturday, March 31st at 7 PM at Gypsy Yogis

Gather together to plant the seeds of life we want to harvest and for a banquet of events to celebrate the coming of Spring. Showcasing different artists and performances from dance to Spoken Word, to painting….BYOB

Snacks and Stuff


Play City is Turning One!

https3a2f2fcdn-evbuc-com2fimages2f406711622f2399261252192f12foriginalWednesday, March 28, 2018 from 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM EDT

Play City is turning one, everyone is invited to attend our birthday party! An indoor playground for kids mainly in the single digits, 1-9 but there is play space for children under 1 and our equipment is fun for children through the age of 11. It will be held on Wednesday, 2/28 – which is the actual day that they opened last year. If you have never been or if you enjoyed your visit last time, come back and wish Play CIty a Happy Birthday! Please RSVP

Play City

4918 Park Avenue, Weehawken

Thanksgiving Decorating, Tablescape and Centerpiece Tips and Ideas


via Food & Wine –  We’re at Thanksgiving for the food, clearly, but décor and a beautifully set table are just as important a part of the big day as the turkey and sides (well…they’re close). Here, a few easy tips to make sure your table is Thanksgiving ready.

Fresh Linens

Send all of your linens (napkins, table runners, even a fancy apron for the chef) out to be dry cleaned so they’re pressed and ready for the big day.

Mismatch Your Tableware

Not everyone has enough matching glasses, silverware and plates for 20 plus people, so don’t hesitate to mix-and-match what you have. Keeping it all in the same color family will give your table an eclectic, but coordinated look.

Use Candles

Use a lot of them. Everywhere. No, you’re not trying to seduce your house guests, but the warm glow of (UNSCENTED!) candles is much more welcoming than overhead lights. Candlesticks are festive, but short pillar candles or votives won’t block the person dining across from you.


Palisades Park Public Library 100th Anniversary Celebration

2017-05-17_13-53-10An afternoon of family fun on Saturday June 17, 2017 as we celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the Palisades Park Public Library (est. 1917) by Lena Harvey Tracy. Mrs. Tracy founded the library with just 50 books in her collection; she volunteered to serve as the first librarian and fought for funding of the library and the betterment of the community.

Activities for the day include:
Art Contests
Face Painting
Kids’ Crafts
Edible Book Contest
Prizes & Giveaways and more!

The first 100 guests will receive a very cool Palisades Park Public Library tote bag!

We hope to see you at this very special celebration.