Florham Park and local community residents are invited to a Wine and Cheese Tasting Event on October 27th at the American Legion on Ridgedale Avenue in Florham Park from 6 to 9 PM. In addition to sampling a selection of wines and cheeses, people attending will have an opportunity to meet with Florham Park elected officials and candidates, including Charlie Malone, Charlie Germershausen and Ron DeRose, running in the November 7th election. Tickets are $20 each and reservations can be made at fprcc.rsvpify.com.
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