"Puddle Jumpers"

Puddle Jumpers Ages 4 & 5 with an adult. Explore the trails of Pyramid Mountain with your preschooler, and learn about the natural world through the season during six weeks of walks, activities, and crafts. Cost: $55 per child.

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  1. Douglas Vorolieff
  2. 973-334-3130
Wed, January 30
1:15 pm — 3:15 am
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Puddle Jumpers Ages 4 & 5 with an adult. Explore the trails of Pyramid Mountain with your preschooler, and learn about the natural world through the season during six weeks of walks, activities, and crafts. Cost: $55 per child.

Intersection of Mars Court & Boonton Avenue Montville Township, NJ 07045

Pyramid Mountain

Intersection of Mars Court & Boonton Avenue
Montville Township, NJ 07045

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FirstEnergy Corp. (NYSE: FE) utilities continue restoration efforts for customers of Jersey Central Power & Light (JCP&L) who lost power as a result of Tropical Storm Isaias. Service has been restored to approximately 566,000 JCP&L customers – more than 72% of the 788,000 customers impacted by the storm.

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