Arts & Entertainment

Dewy Meadow Day Draws Community with Free Goodies for Kids and Adults

e827c16aeac75d959560_DEWY16HannaOnPony.jpg
Hanna Jarosz of Basking Ridge, 4 1/2 months old, gets a ride on a pony from Kafka Farms in Watchung. Her mother, Maria, keeps her in the saddle. Credits: By Linda Sadlouskos
f5b29587eff6102c1a7a_Dewy16ByDonnaMarie.jpg
Olivia and her little brother, Mister, and sisters Ashley and Alyssa, all from Somerville, show off their prizes from the dance contest at Dewy Meadow Day. Credits: Courtesy of Donnamarie El Hassan
596702bfd7b58645858a_DEWY16LCFireCo.jpg
Liberty Corner firefighter Lou Carlucci, Don Hart, Liberty Corner First Aid Squad member, and firefighter Jerry Modugno let kids and adults sit in their truck. Credits: By Linda Sadlouskos
c5b25ba4330b5105c5c3_DEWY16Overview.jpg
Dewy Meadow Day, held Oct. 29 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Dewy Meadow Village off King George Road, had bright weather after being rescheduled due to rain. Credits: By Linda Sadlouskos
c248f4549ad20d8cbd96_Dewy16JacobD.jpg
Jacob Duong, 3, of Millington, even is patient enough to keep his glasses on as part of his Halloween costume at Dewy Meadow Day in Dewy Meadow Village. Credits: By Linda Sadlouskos
0f13e2df96c64b81945b_Dewy16AnthonyPA.jpg
Anthony Gatto of Basking Ridge, an employee at Postal Annex at Dewy Meadow Village in Basking Ridge, shows off raffle box for chance to win $25 gift card. Credits: By Linda Sadlouskos
1e410ffdc782138371f3_Dewy16Animals.jpg
A petting zoo at Dewy Meadow Day in Dewy Meadow Village is provided by Kafka Farms from Watchung. Credits: By Linda Sadlouskos
949963d4a1423f32288a_DEWY16BurgerCue.jpg
One of the booths at Dewy Meadow Day offered free food from Burger/Cue, which is due to open soon at Dewy Meadow Village off King George Road. Credits: By Linda Sadlouskos
b55ce91c4057039967e9_DEWY16backofparade.jpg
The Halloween parade at Dewy Meadow Day at Dewy Meadow Village included all sorts of costumes on kids. Credits: By Linda Sadlouskos
3b7a5ee2ac0ea31696b7_Dewy16Oct29p0ster.jpg
A list of the planned activities and sponsors for Dewy Meadow Day, moved to Oct. 29. Credits: File photo
7f021be57da8a84c0159_DEWY16Overview.jpg
Dewy Meadow Day 2016 in full swing at Dewy Meadow Village. Credits: By Linda Sadlouskos
7b462bd557f04c29f68a_DEWY16AT_T.jpg
The AT&T store at Dewy Meadow Village was one place to pick up goodies at Dewy Meadow Day on Oct. 29. Credits: By Linda Sadlouskos
e827c16aeac75d959560_DEWY16HannaOnPony.jpg

BERNARDS TWP., NJ - The annual Dewy Meadow Day celebration kicked off Saturday morning with plenty of opportunities for the community to get together to show off Halloween costumes, eat goodies, and find out what's going on the end of town where Dewy Meadow Village is located off King George Road.

The event was scheduled from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., and drew residents from throughout Basking Ridge and neighboring towns.. Sixteen businesses and other professionals at the shopping center, along with a number of civic organizations such as the Liberty Corner Fire Co., were on hand. 

The annual Halloween parade was held at noon. Here is a video.

Sign Up for E-News

Along with candy and popcorn for the kids, samples of food for adults also were also being offered. Music and games added to the day.

Businesses were also offering raffles for more expensive items, and free services, such as Henry's Fine Jewelry's free jewelry cleaning.

The Dewy Meadow merchants gave special recognition to the Liberty Corner volunteer firefighters for their continuingl dedication to the community, said Donnamarie El Hassan of O'Bagel. The merchants donated $750 to the Liberty Corner Fire Company and also encouraged all attendees to support "this tremendous volunteer organization," she said.

 

 

TAP Into Another Town's News:

You May Also Be Interested In

Sign Up for E-News

Basking Ridge

New Initiative Aims to Bolster Police-Community Relations; First Meeting in Somerset County is May 2

April 21, 2018

SOMERVILLE, NJ - Earlier this month Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal announced a new statewide initiative geared towards promoting stronger police-community relations. 

The 21-County, 21st Century Community Policing Project, or the “21/21 Project” aims to bring community stakeholders together in every county for town hall meetings, roundtable discussions and other outreach ...

Travels Spotlight - New Brunswick Ciclovia opens 2018 Season

April 18, 2018

NEW BRUNSWICK  – New Brunswick Ciclovia will open its 2018 season on Sunday, April 22 for another fun day of open streets and active living for all. 

Now in its fifth year, New Brunswick Ciclovia is a family-friendly event that emphasizes healthy living and community building by opening our streets and offering programming for all to enjoy. From 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., more ...

Upcoming Events

Sun, April 22, 9:00 AM

White Oak Park, Branchburg

Raritan Valley Habitat Youth Rainbow Run

Giving Back

Sun, April 22, 1:00 PM

Farmstead Arts Center, Basking Ridge

Artists Showcase Reception

Arts & Entertainment

Imagine Holds Annual Board Retreat

April 21, 2018

Imagine, A Center for Coping with Loss held its annual board retreat on Saturday April 14th at its center in Mountainside.  "It was a valuable, thought-provoking, and educational day for all of us," said John Toriello, Chair of Governance.  "The board and staff worked together to establish the goals of the retreat and facilitate the agenda.  It was a great team ...