Camp Jotoni Annual Community Day and End of Summer Celebration

Camp Jotoni's Annual Community Day & End of Summer Celebration, along with the Tricky Tray/ Special Raffle Event, will take place on Sunday August 13th, 2017 from 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm on the grounds of Camp Jotoni, located at 51 Old Stirling Road, Warren, NJ 07059. 

Activities for this family event include face painting, bouncy slide, dunk tank, carnival games, DJ, and much more!

This rain or shine event has a variety of prizes available in the Tricky Tray auction, as well as three Special Raffle prizes:
  
     •    Two (2) tickets to the Broadway show Hamilton 
     •    Golf three-some at Baltusrol Golf Club
     •    A one (1) week stay at a 4-bedroom Cape Cod Beach House

Please click on the event link to purchase Tricky Tray and SPecial Raffle tickets in advance.

New this year, we will be hosting a two-hour craft beer tasting from 12:30pm-2:30pm with craft beers by: 

     •    Twin Elephant Brewing Company of Chatham 
     •    Flounder Brewing of Hillsborough 
     •    Two Ton Brewing of Linden

Food and Camp Jotoni Merchandise will be available at the event.

An RSVP is requested to Laura Ziegler at lauraz@thearcofsomerset.org or at 908-658-3805 by Thursday, August 10th.

All proceeds from this rain or shine event will go toward the Camp Jotoni Capital CAMPaign. The Arc Foundation of Somerset County is a 501 (c)3 non-profit organization. EIN number 30-0205474.

Contact Information
  1. Laura Ziegler
  2. 908-658-3805
  3. lauraz@thearcofsomerset.org
Sun, August 13
12:00 pm — 4:00 pm
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Camp Jotoni's Annual Community Day & End of Summer Celebration, along with the Tricky Tray/ Special Raffle Event, will take place on Sunday August 13th, 2017 from 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm on the grounds of Camp Jotoni, located at 51 Old Stirling Road, Warren, NJ 07059.

Activities for this family event include face painting, bouncy slide, dunk tank, carnival games, DJ, and much ...

51 Old Stirling Road Warren, NJ 07059

51 Old Stirling Road
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