HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, N.J. -- Cooler fall temperatures and a brief light rain shower didn't dampen spirits as Hasbrouck Heights held its annual Town Day Saturday in Woodland Park.
Almost 30 community organizations had tables offering information and merchandise to residents. Hot dogs, drinks and popcorn were provided by the Hasbrouck Heights Recreation Department. There were several inflatables as well as a mini train ride.
The Hasbrouck Heights Volunteer Fire Department had several rescue vehicles on hand, as well an an interactive fire display. The Hasbrouck Heights Police Department and Bergen County SWAT team were also on hand.
Students from Chip Dee Music Academy performed live music as well as members of the Route 80s, a New Jersey based 80's cover band.
Town Day 2017 was organized by Robert Brady, director of recreation, and the Recreation Advisory Board.