Five Things This Weekend: Parenting Talks, Outdoor Events
A quick look at five things you should know about as you plan your weekend
Here is a look at five things going on in Fort Lee this weekend you may want to know about and might not want to miss:
This event is for families of infants through children in first grade. It takes place Saturday from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Congregation Gesher Shalom on Anderson Ave.
Fort Lee's annual Movies and Music Under the Stars continues Saturday evening at the Fort Lee Community Center. This week’s music will be provided by Smooth, and the movie will be the critically acclaimed, The Social Network (2010).
Music is from 7 to 8:30 p.m., and the movie starts at sunset. Bring a blanket or lawn chair because seating is expected to be limited. The program will take place indoors at the community center if it rains.
The farmer’s market continues Sunday from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Fort Lee Community Center’s plaza area on Inwood Terrace.
Vendors this year include Sunden's Stone Pointe Farms, Senor Peanut, Meredith Breads, Mortgage Apple Cakes, Semi Sweet Desserts and Vesco Foods, serving up olives, marinated mushrooms, pickles, sun dried tomatoes. For more information call 201-693-2763.
The Fort Lee Public Library is inviting busy parents to attend a lifestyle program Sunday at 2 p.m. The program, presented by professional organizer Linda English of Organizing with EASE, LLC, teaches parents “how to eliminate clutter and make your home office work for you.”
You can bring the kids too! Story time will be offered in the library’s children’s department.
Maranatha Grace Fort Lee is sponsoring a free talk on parenting and the church's children's ministries in the Fort Lee High School auditorium, where the church meets for Sunday worship services.
This event takes place Sunday evening from 5 to 7 p.m. and is open to all parents. Children are welcome for crafts and games, and dinner will be served.