Sep
16
Sat
Town-wide Treasures Yard Sales
Sep 16 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Back by popular demand– our annual Town-wide Treasures Yard Sales! The event will be held on Saturday, September 16th from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m, with a rain date of Sunday, September 17th.
As in past years, participants can set up at their homes, and for a $10 fee be listed on a master list on a town-wide Google map. This is a convenient method for treasure hunters and sellers alike.
If you would like to hold a yard sale at your home and be listed on the map, please register through Community Pass.  In addition, mail a $10 check payable to ‘Chester Township’ to: Recreation Director, Chester Township, 1 Parker Rd., Chester NJ 07930
Oct
9
Mon
Fall Brush Clean-up
Oct 9 – Oct 13 all-day
Oct
14
Sat
Chester’s 34th Annual Harvest Celebration @ Downtown Chester
Oct 14 @ 11:00 am – 5:00 pm
Chester’s 34th Annual Harvest Celebration @ Downtown Chester

You couldn’t pick a better way to spend a weekend! Come and enjoy this FREE 2-day event in Historic Downtown Chester.

THIS YEAR’S HIGHLIGHTS

NBC Celebrity “Produce Pete”– Pete Napolitano, taking the mystery out of fruits and vegetables for over 50 years.

Special Musical Guests:

  • Morgan Treni: Singer/Songwriter of Jazz, Folk and Pop
  • The Morris Music Men: Morris County’s Barbershop Chorus
  • Colonial Musketeers: Fife and Drum Corp

Other Harvest Celebration activities include:

  • Antique Apple Press Demo
  • Blacksmith Demo
  • Clown Performance
  • Face Painting
  • Ford V-8 Antique Car Show
  • Guess the Pumpkin Weight
  • Pumpkin Carving Demo
  • Pumpkin Painting
  • Wood Carving Demo

For a complete Schedule of Events, visit www.ilovechester.com

Oct
15
Sun
Chester’s 34th Annual Harvest Celebration @ Downtown Chester
Oct 15 @ 11:00 am – 5:00 pm
Chester’s 34th Annual Harvest Celebration @ Downtown Chester

You couldn’t pick a better way to spend a weekend! Come and enjoy this FREE 2-day event in Historic Downtown Chester.

THIS YEAR’S HIGHLIGHTS

NBC Celebrity “Produce Pete”– Pete Napolitano, taking the mystery out of fruits and vegetables for over 50 years.

Special Musical Guests:

  • Morgan Treni: Singer/Songwriter of Jazz, Folk and Pop
  • The Morris Music Men: Morris County’s Barbershop Chorus
  • Colonial Musketeers: Fife and Drum Corp

Other Harvest Celebration activities include:

  • Antique Apple Press Demo
  • Blacksmith Demo
  • Clown Performance
  • Face Painting
  • Ford V-8 Antique Car Show
  • Guess the Pumpkin Weight
  • Pumpkin Carving Demo
  • Pumpkin Painting
  • Wood Carving Demo

For a complete Schedule of Events, visit www.ilovechester.com

Oct
16
Mon
Fall Leaf Clean-up begins
Oct 16 all-day
Oct
28
Sat
‘Trunk or Treat’ at Chubb Park @ Chubb Park
Oct 28 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
‘Trunk or Treat’ will be held at Chubb Park between 4:00 and 6:00 pm on 10/28. Music, fun and contests, including a pumpkin carving contest!
Open to all Chester residents. Registration is required for this event.  Register at: http://register.communitypass.net/chestertwp 
Nov
18
Sat
Annual Barn Dance @ Barn at Highlands Ridge Park
Nov 18 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Annual Barn Dance 11/18 from 7-9 pm at the Highlands Ridge Park Barn. Live music, live caller, refreshments, all free. Please bring an item for the food pantry in lieu of admission.

Nov
22
Wed
Fall Leaf Clean-up ends
Nov 22 all-day
Dec
1
Fri
Holiday Dinner Dance @ Black River Middle School
Dec 1 @ 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm

Senior citizens are invited to a holiday dinner dance Dec. 1st at Black River Middle School. RSVP by Tuesday 11/21.

Dec
2
Sat
Festival of Trees @ Barn at Highlands Ridge Park
Dec 2 – Dec 9 all-day

The Festival of Trees is a community celebration featuring a spectacular display of Holiday Trees in a Winter Wonderland Setting.  The trees are sponsored and/or decorated by individuals, families, businesses and organizations. The majority of the trees are offered for silent auction during the week-long event.

Festival of Trees is a benefit event which provides funding for the Senior Resource Center (SRC).  The Senior Resource Center is a non-profit organization that provides advocacy, support, information, education, training and referral for seniors and their caregivers. For more information: www.srcnj.org.

ADMISSION:      Adults $10.00    Seniors and Students $5.00    

                            The building is handicapped accessible

HOURS:        Monday & Wednesday   10 – 6

                      Tuesday, Thursday & Friday    10 – 8

                      Saturdays    10 – 5

                      Sunday   noon – 5

SPECIAL EVENTS:

                       Santa & Mrs. Claus   Wednesday, Dec 6th   3-5 pm      Friday, Dec 8th    4-6pm

                                                            Saturdays   Dec 2nd & 9th      11- 3pm

                       Be a Princess and meet Belle’s prince!  Check Website for dates and times

                       Caroling & Wassail           Tuesday   Dec 5th   6 – 8pm

                       Sing A-long and Story-time with Mrs. Tonneson    Friday Dec 8th   6 – 8pm