JerseyFresh Nutley Farmers Market

The Nutley Farmers Market, established in 2009, features fresh local foods, live musical entertainment, special guests and events, and a walking group. The Market runs 9am to 2pm on Sundays from mid-June through October in our downtown business district at 537 Franklin Avenue (former Ciccolini Brothers parking lot).

Market Walk & Talk, a weekly walking group with a twist, gives walkers the opportunity to chat with experts from a wide variety of fields such as health, wellness, fitness, law, art & design, and more. The group meets at the Market at 8:15am for a scenic 3-mile walk that steps off at 8:30am and returns to the Market in about an hour.

Contact Information
Sun, July 22
9:00 am — 2:00 pm
Add to My Calendar 07/22/2018 9:00am 07/22/2018 2:00pm America/New_York JerseyFresh Nutley Farmers Market

The Nutley Farmers Market, established in 2009, features fresh local foods, live musical entertainment, special guests and events, and a walking group. The Market runs 9am to 2pm on Sundays from mid-June through October in our downtown business district at 537 Franklin Avenue (former Ciccolini Brothers parking lot).

Market Walk & Talk, a weekly walking group with a twist, gives walkers the ...

537 Franklin Ave Nutley, NJ 07110

the building formerly known as Ciccolini Brothers

537 Franklin Ave
Nutley, NJ 07110

Sign Up for E-Calendar

Nutley

TAP Into Another Town's News:

TAP Into Another Town's News:

Sign Up for E-Calendar

Nutley

NEF Backpack Drive for NFSB Heads Toward Homestretch for Nutley Families

August 16, 2018

NUTLEY, NJ - The Nutley Educational Fund "We've Got Your Back" drive to benefit families served by Nutley Family Service Bureau is nearing the homestretch but your help is still needed. 

The second annual school supply drive helps families in the community who need a hand. In 2017, the Nutley Educational Foundation started the program to provide backpacks and school ...

Nutley Historical Society sponsors 'Picturing Nutley' Photography Contest

NUTLEY, NJ - The Nutley Historical Society is sponsoring the 'Picturing Nutley' photo contest for residents of all ages. An exhibit of the best best photos at the Nutley Public Library will follow in 2019.

Subjects of photos must be current photos of the township, historical photos are excluded from competition. Subjects can include people, pets, buildings, and special ...

On3

Nutley Board of Commissioners Approve On3 Phase 2A Redevelopment Plan for former Roche Campus

August 8, 2018

NUTLEY, NJ - The Nutley Board of Commissioners approved Prism Capital Partners' Phase 2A On3 redevelopment plan for the former Roche campus. The plan subdivides a part of the property into separate parcels for existing buildings on the Nutley side of the project. The Redevelopment Plan establishes the Land Use, Bulk Standards, Design Criteria, and Building Requirements on 11.88 ...

Ordinance introduced at Nutley Board of Commissioners Meeting for ON3 seven story parking deck

NUTLEY, NJ - Eugene R. Diaz and Edwin H. Cohen principals of Prism Capital Partner, along with architecture colleagues gave a thorough presentation detailing the plans of a seven story parking deck and open courtyard on the former Hoffmann-La Roche site during a very long meeting on Tuesday, July 3. After presentation the board went into a closed executive session. Commissioner Alphonse ...

Maplewood Strollers Encourage All to Help Montclair Theatre's Flood Recovery Efforts

August 17, 2018

MONTCLAIR, NJ - Studio Players suffered significant damage to their facility during the flood last week that left parts of Montclair under water. As a result, they are now asking for community groups to assist them in the cleanup effort, and the Maplewood Strollers sent an email to their community asking all to lend a hand to support "our community theater players-in-arms in their time ...

Newark Receives $5.6M Settlement from East Orange Over Sewage Dispute

NEWARK, NJ - Newark received a $5.6 million settlement from East Orange, resolving a seven-year legal battle over wastewater that runs through pipes of the state’s largest municipality.

The wastewater produced by East Orange residents has a natural, gravitational flow into Newark's Wastewater Collection System. Under a 1919 Sewer Agreement between the two municipalities, ...

Middlesex County Man Charged With Illegally Importing Scorpions And Other Wildlife

August 17, 2018

Newark, NJ – In a press release, U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito announced, that a Metuchen resident was arrested today for allegedly smuggling shipments of live protected scorpions, giant millipedes and other species that were mislabeled to avoid detection, including one package of millipedes that was labeled as children’s toys.

Wlodzimie Lapkiewicz, 29, has been charged by ...

Once Known for Illegal Dumping, Camden Labs Site to Become a Park

CAMDEN, NJ—On the corner of Copewood and Davis streets, hidden behind overgrown bushes and weeds, lies the abandoned Camden Laboratories site. It sits caddy-corner to one of the city’s high schools, Brimm Medical Arts Academy, and is near the baseball fields, football fields and playgrounds of Whitman Park.

Abandoned since 2008, the former medical bio-tech facility has also been ...

State Police: Boat Has ‘Close Encounter’ with Whale off Jersey Shore in Deal

August 17, 2018

DEAL, NJ — A whale flipped a small fishing boat about one mile off of Deal yesterday morning, tossing its two occupants overboard but not before they could issue a mayday from their radio, according to the New Jersey State Police.

Luckily for them, the emergency call was heard by a nearby boater, retired Trenton firefighter Gary Szabo, who has had his share of rescues, but none on the ...

Chris Fritz Leads Friday's Entertainment Options on Long Beach Island and in Stafford Township

LONG BEACH ISLAND – Chris Fritz will be performing on Friday evening from 9:30 p.m. to midnight at the Terrace Tavern.

Ted Hammock and the Pickles, a very popular band will be playing at the Sea Shell Tiki Bar from 4- 7 p.m.

Included below is the complete list of Friday's entertainment options in Stafford and Long Beach Island.  

Area businesses ...

Information for Nutley Public Schools Extended Day Program Registration

July 31, 2018

Dear Nutley Parents,

We hope that you are enjoying the summer; relaxing and spending time with family and friends.

As August approaches, we want to share information and detail some changes we are excited about for the Extended Day Program. This past school year and summer, we have worked with our team to evaluate and enhance the Extended Day Program. This has included upgrading the ...

Falls Prevention and Physical Therapy What you need to know

One in four adults over age 65 will experience a fall each year. A senior who falls can suffer devastating injury or, in some cases, death. Falls prevention starts with knowing the risk factors, and recovery from fall-related injury is possible with the right physical therapy treatment plan.

In 2014, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention stated that over 27,000 deaths happen ...

PAWS Story Time August 10 10:30 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Meet therapy dogs Rodney, Baby Ruth and their owner Ms. Carol at this special story time. Ms. Carol will read a few of Rodney and Baby Ruth’s favorite stories and discuss the role of therapy dogs. Afterwards, take a photo with Rodney and Baby Ruth, challenge your nose with a smell test, and make a craft to take home.

Rizzo Reptile Live Discovery Show Gives Kids Get Hands On Wildlife Experience

NUTLEY, NJ - Hundreds of elementary school children had a scheduled play date with Toby, Jupiter, Spike and Jellybean yesterday (Thursday, August 16) at the Nutley Public Library.  No, these new pals weren’t humans, they were reptiles!

 

Rizzo’s Wildlife World from Flanders, NJ, hosted a special gathering at the library as part of the annual Summer Reading ...

STEAM Story Time with Local Author Dr. Chris Masullo at Nutley Public Library Aug 7

Join us on Tuesday, August 7, at 3:00 PM for a STEAM Story Time and Meet & Greet with Local Author Dr. Christopher Masullo.

Join Dr. Masullo as he reads his children's book "Are You My Motherboard?"

Watch a computer building demonstration and win a chance to take the computer home!

Craft, games, prizes, book sale and signing to follow.

A family reading for all ages.

How To Have One of the Toughest Parenting Talks

For parents, the most difficult conversations to have with our children are those bred by necessity. Such is the case with regards to discussion about differences between Good Touch and Bad Touch. A parenting dilemma is created when we must choose between teaching our children about danger in the world and risking their exposure to peril if we keep them naïve to its presence. In either case, ...

August Support Groups at Nutley Family Service Bureau

Monday, August 6, 20 - 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm - Women helping Women - Share your strengths and challenges while receiving support in a safe and compassionate environment. Please join our group exclusively for women to gain support and share feelings common to women in the middle years of life. Nutley Family Service Bureau, 155 Chestnut Street, Nutley, NJ 07110.

AUDITION PACKETS NOW AVAILABLE FOR THE NUTLEY DEPARTMENT OF PARKS & RECREATION’S THEATRE PRODUCTION OF THE “WIZARD OF OZ”

Commissioner Mauro G. Tucci and the Department of Parks and Recreation are pleased to announce audition packets are now available for the fall theatre production of The Wizard of Oz.  Follow us down the yellow brick road and meet a young girl named Dorothy who is suddenly blown away with her little dog Toto by a tornado which carries her house from the farmlands of Kansas to the magical ...

Nutley Commissioner Tucci  Announces “Movie Under The Stars” September 7th

Do you remember the days of drive in movies??  The fresh air, the open space.  Well we remember those days too and we are bringing the old time tradition back to Nutley.  The Department of Parks and Recreation is excited to announce Nutley’s return of “Movie Under the Stars”.  Similar to a drive in movie, spectators are welcome to bring a lawn chair or ...

Commissioner Tucci Opens Registration For Fall 2018 Toddler Programs

LET’S GET MOVING CLASS

Commissioner Mauro G. Tucci and the Nutley Parks and Recreation Department announce the fall session for “Lets Get Moving”.  This high energy children’s program is designed to refine motor skills and increase balance through motivation.  “Our goal is to contribute to the development of your child’s listening skills while ...

'Lambert Project' Off To A Good Start in Nutley, NJ

When Nutley Historian John Demmer wanted to get some help identifying local homes, he went to the best source possible…social media. He is interested in identifying as many Lambert built houses as possible in Nutley.

Lambert, who was a prominent builder and influential Nutleyite, lived and worked in town. It is believed that there are more than 500 homes and buildings ...

Nutley Police Department Blotter August 4 to 10, 2018

August 13, 2018

The Police Blotter is compiled each week by Det. Sgt. Anthony Montanari of the Crime Intelligence Public Information Division of the Nutley Police Department.

Anyone who has information regarding any crimes can send a (non-emergent) Tip Anonymously by texting CRIMES starting message with NPDTIP or log into www.tipsoft.com and search Nutley

Police have received a number of ...

Nutley Coalition for Change Seeks to Impose Term Limits on Township Boards

August 1, 2018

To the Editor:

The time has come for change in the Township of Nutley.

Historically, only a select few have been appointed to serve on our Township boards. It is time for our commissioners to reach farther and wider into our community and give others an opportunity to serve.  The Nutley Coalition for Change believes change is good, change is necessary. We ask ...

Ilene Dudek and Her Little Ant March Through the Local Towns of New Jersey

Ilene Dudek and Her Little Ant March Through the Local Towns of New Jersey

When does story time become play time? When local author Ilene Dudek presents her Little Ant children’s books. Her bright, colorful stories set the stage with silly scenarios, clever twists, and an ant who just won’t quit. But when the story ends, the true adventure begins! Ilene invites the children to ...

Eternal Vigilance

Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty. The sentiment has been attributed to Jefferson, who knew a thing or two about how democracies work. Tragically, our democracy appears to be in serious jeopardy.

On the world stage, the American President stood shoulder to shoulder with the strong-man oligarch Putin, demeaning our country’s fundamental institutions by denigrating a free ...

The Jaffe Briefing - August 14, 2018

OCEANPORT - If it weren't for recently-adopted sports betting, one could assume Monmouth Park could easily go bankrupt and become the home to the latest sprawling condo complex, with plenty of space for Phase I, Phase II and even Phase III. The Asbury Park Press reports the non-profit that owns Monmouth Park owes $30 million to a management company who runs the racetrack.

FOSTER HOMES NEEDED FOR PUPS!

July 25, 2018

TO ALL DOG LOVERS!

Our rescue group needs more foster families, would you like to help us?

 Furever Home Dog Rescue needs foster homes!  As a shelterless rescue, we don’t have a building where our dogs are housed until they get adopted.  We are lucky enough to have loving foster families who open their hearts and homes to our dogs until they are placed. However, ...

ESSEX COUNTY EXECUTIVE DIVINCENZO ANNOUNCES THAT THE ESSEX COUNTY SCHOOLS OF TECHNOLOGY DISTRICT WILL END ITS BANKING RELATIONSHIP WITH WELLS FARGO

August 15, 2018

Essex County, NJ – Essex County Executive Joseph N. DiVincenzo, Jr. and the Essex County Schools of Technology District jointly announced on Wednesday, August 15th that the school district will be following Essex County’s lead and will be closing its accounts with Wells Fargo. The County Executive asked the school district to sever its ties with the bank to show a united ...

As Students Return to College, Cuomo Signs Anti-Hazing Legislation

ALBANY, NY – Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo on Monday signed anti-hazing legislation to help keep students safe as they go back to school.

The new law prohibits certain physical contact or requiring physical activity in any organization's initiating ceremony to prevent the deaths or serious injuries of students during fraternity pledging ceremonies.

"These hazing rituals are dangerous ...

Create a Bas-Relief Horse Head Tile At Harness Racing Museum

GOSHEN, NY – Join the Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame on Sunday, Aug. 19 from 1 to 3 p.m. and use sculpting tools to model air-dry terracotta clay into a bas-relief horse head tile. 

At just $10 per person the event promises to be both fun and affordable for those ages 8 and up.Scouts, Pony Club and 4-H members participate for free.  Preregistration ...

The Anatomy of Escape by Mike Blue

The Anatomy of Escape: An Unconventional Adventure by Mike Blue (Available on Amazon)

 

Imagine that you could just say, “Chuck it,” and walk away from the bonds that keep you tied to what Mike Blue, author of The Anatomy of Escape: An Unconventional Adventure, defines as the restrictive Work-Consume-Die cycle. To most of us, becoming what Blue terms “a ...

The Outsider by Stephen King

The Outsider by Stephen King (Scribner’s, 2018)

He’s the Boogeyman who hides under your bed or in your closet when you are a child. Sometimes he lurks in the dark attic of your home, so it’s a place that you avoid at night. He is Big Foot who skulks the woods in Alaska, or he is Grendl, brought to his demise by Beowulf. He is the Golum, a monster in Jewish lore. He is the ...

Obituaries

Jun 10, 1983 - Jun 17, 2018
Ryan M. Lucas, 35 Proud Marine Veteran and Nutley Firefighter Ryan M. Lucas, a lifelong ...
Read more
Sep 4, 1943 - Jun 10, 2018
William “Bill” Tangorra, 74, of Grand Rapids, Michigan passed away Sunday June 10, ...
Read more