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
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
Garbage and Recycling collection takes place every Wednesday.
Bulk Items care collected every Wednesday. Please put out with your garbage and make sure stickers are attached.
Metal Collection takes place once a month on the fourth Thursday.
Garbage stickers are required for additional garbage that will not fit into your Borough issued green garbage can. These stickers are $2 each. Bulk stickers are required for all large items and based upon the size, vary in cost from $5, $10 and $15, and must be purchased before 1:00 pm on Monday for a Wednesday bulk pick-up. All stickers are available for sale at the municipal building during the hours of 8:00-4:30 Monday through Friday.
Waste questions can be directed to: email@example.com. These include questions regarding scheduling a pick-up, missed pick-ups and replacement cans.
Billing inquiries should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. See our Trash & Recycling page for bulk pick-up form.
Chester Township will offer ongoing e-waste recycling at the DPW garage at 65 Furnace Road. There will be someone at the garage that can assist you when bringing in your e-waste. Open to Chester Township and Chester Borough residents only. Proof of residency will be required.
Hours: The first Wednesday of each month, between the hours of 8 a.m. and 2 p.m., and the first Saturday of each month from 8 a.m. until noon.
For more information about what is accepted, click here.
In addition to giving you free beginning help on how to use any of your devices we now also have a volunteer who will help with PC hardware and software issues. Call Mary Murphy on 879-7612 for an appointment.
Learn the basics of creating an appealing floral arrangement while making your own small holiday floral arrangement to take home. Local resident Nancy Gahtan will lead this workshop where we’ll use greens available in our backyards, household items and inexpensive flowers. Register online at www.chesterlib.org or call 879-7612.
Local college funding expert, Al Newell of Solutions for College Funding, shows parents how to get the most money for their children’s college education. (This program was originally scheduled in October.) Register online at www.chesterlib.org or call 879-7612.