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221657_1379071250Sept 18 2013 Z1

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all is a great time to enjoythe great outdoors. Beautifulfall foliage coupled withgreat weather compel many peopleto spend ample time outdoorsbefore the arrival of harsh winterweather drives them backindoors. The following are ahandful of activities that are tai-lor-made for fall.•Raking leaves: While rakingleaves might not jump out at youas a great way to spend a nice fallafternoon, families often find rak-ing leaves together soon turns intoa fun day in the yard. Build leaf piles and let the kids jump in, andthen do it again.When raking, encourage kidsto collect some colorful leaves andset them aside. Once the raking isdone, you can then enjoy makingsome homemade crafts with theleaves you and your youngsters justcollected.•Apple picking: Perhaps no activ-ity is more synonymous with fallthan apple picking. Many appleorchards encourage customers tocome by and pick their own applesin the fall. Once your family andyou have scoured the orchard forthe perfect apples, relax with a cupof warm apple cider before return-ing home to make some home-made apple sauce and, of course, adelicious apple pie.•Hayride: Hayrides are anotherfall tradition, and many farms offerrelaxing hayrides throughout fall.Younger children who may tire if asked to patrol an apple orchardfor apples might find a hayride is
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 Fun family activities tailor-made for autumn
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SEPT 27
•Wayne Presbyterian Church will beholding a Fish and Chips DinneronFriday, September 27 between 5-7pm.The dinner will be held inMemorial Hall at the church, located at1200 Alps Road in Wayne. The dinner iscatered by Argyle’s of Kearny andincludes beverages, rolls and delicioushomemade desserts! Patrons have theoption to eat-in or take-out.You canpurchase tickets at the church office orfor more information, call the churchoffice at 973-694-7109 or visit their website at www.WaynePresbyterian.org.Wayne Presbyterian Church is located atthe corner of Alps and Ratzer Roads.
SEPT 28
•Family & Friends for Freedom Fundpresents a benefit at the RhinoTheatre,247 Wanaque Ave, Pompton Lakes tosupport our wounded soldiers.Showtime – Saturday, September 28 at8pm. Ticket donation $20.00. GeneFerrari will once again star in a Benefitfor our Wounded War Heroes. Gene’sclassically elegant style, both in per-formance and in attire, begs comparisonto such great singers as Tom Jones,Engelbert and Neil Diamond. They gaveto us, now it is our turn to give to them!Come out and support this great event!Call Kathy Sturla at 973-897-2237 fortickets. For more information call 973-897-2237 or www.injuredmarines-fund.org.
OCT 16
•The “Musicales at Noon” concert seriesat St. Timothy Lutheran Church inWayne opens Wednesday, October 16, with jazz vocalist Dana Reedy. Backedby her rhythm section of bass, guitarand light drum, Ms. Reedy will featurestandards, bossa nova and light blues. The St. Timothy programs begin at12pm and run for one hour, and thepublic is cordially invited. No admissionis charged, but a free-will offering willbe accepted. The church has an indoorelevator for easy wheelchair access. Formore information or for directions to St. Timothy Church at 395 Valley Road inWayne, please call 973-694-8316.
OCT 20
•The Wayne Valley Fall Craft Show willbe held on Sunday, October 20, from10am-5pm at Wayne Valley HighSchool, 551 Valley Rd, Wayne.Theshow will be sponsored by the WayneValley Band Parents and promoted byP.J.’s Promotions. Over 100 qualityexhibitors from four states with hand-made crafts, art and photography willbe fillingthe gym and vestibule withtheir wonderful displays. There willalso be a breakfast and lunch menuand bake sale that will be held by thesponsors. For further informationabout the show please go to www.pjspromotions.com or call 201-666-1340.
OCT 23
•The “Musicales at Noon” concert seriesat St. Timothy Lutheran Church inWayne continues Wednesday, October23, with a recital by baritone JamesPierce. The 60-minute concert begins at12pm and the public is cordially invited.No admission is charged, but a free-willoffering will be accepted. The church hasan indoor elevator, for easy wheelchairaccess. For more information or fordirections to St. Timothy Church at 395Valley Road in Wayne, please call 973-694-8316.
OCT 30
•The “Musicales at Noon” concert seriesat St. Timothy Lutheran Church in Wayneconcludes Wednesday, October 30, withan appearance by Ludwig Van Beethoven,himself! Some in the audience may rec-ognize the performer as pianist DennisKobray. The 60-minute concert begins at12pm, and the public is cordially invited.No admission is charged, but a free-willoffering will be accepted. The church hasan indoor elevator, for easy wheelchairaccess. For more information or for direc-tions to St. Timothy Lutheran Church at395 Valley Road in Wayne, please call973-694-8316.
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•True Vine Christian Center, located at99 Two Bridges Road in Lincoln Parkoffers a food pantry which is open everysecond & fourth Wednesday of themonth. Remaining 2013 dates are asfollows: September 11 & 25, October 9& 23, November 13 & 27, December 11& 19 (this is the third Wednesday sincethe forth is Christmas Day). The hoursare from 5:30-6:45pm. It is for familiesthat are in need.•Wayne YMCA offers free swim lessonsto all second graders this fall. Secondgraders, along with their parent orguardian, must bring their most recentreport card (or their last report cardfrom first grade) to the Wayne YMCA toreceive the free eight-week swim lessonthis fall. This offer is valid fromSeptember 9 through December 22.For more information call 973-595-0100 or go to www.wayneymca.org. The Y is located at 1 Pike Drive inWayne.•The Wayne YMCA is offering all incom-ing seventh graders a complimentary
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