Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Monday to Friday 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
The history of the 2.7 square miles that we know as our township experienced all of the geological transitions that took place in the present New York and northern New Jersey area. At one time it was covered by sea water, and New York City was a chain of volcanoes. At a later point in time, dinosaurs such as the Hadrasaur roamed the land as flying reptiles glided through the skies.
Date: Saturday, October 28
Time: 12 pm-2 pm
Location: 55 Mayhill Street (Township Municipal Complex- Parking Lot)
If you want to help, HERE’S HOW: We are looking for volunteers to decorate their cars and hand out candy to the children who attend the Trunk or Treat event. All volunteers will receive 2 large bags of candy to get you started. Each child will go from car to car with their “Halloween Passport”. This passport will keep track of whether they got a treat from you already. Participants will turn in their passports at the end of the line of cars. At that point, they will vote for their favorite decorated car. The theme with the most votes will win a Prize!! There will also be a 2nd and 3rd place winner. Set up will start at 11:00 a.m.
Sign up here: https://volunteersignup.org/CW
If you have any questions, please call: 201-294-4070.
Pastor Christopher Wolf of the First Reformed Church, home of the Saddle Brook Township Food Pantry wants to take the opportunity to remind the community that the Pantry is open to serve people in need of staple food items during this difficult time.
If you or someone you know is need, please call 201 843 6672 or contact Pastor Wolf via Facebook to arrange an appoitment to pick-up assembled bags.
In addition, Pastor Wolf and the Food Pantry team are very grateful for the donations already received, and ask that people continue to drop-off items at the Pantry Door in the Saddle River Road parking lot of the church. "Saddle Brook is a compassionate community and we are seeing that so clearly here as we all work together to supply food for people in need," Pastor Wolf said.