|Sunday. 13 June, 2021|
|Monday. 14 June, 2021|
Hopatcong Cub Scout Pack 194 is collecting used sports equipment to be donated to our local organizations for families in need.
You love Mike Ivankovich's antique appraisals. Now hear what he has to say to help you begin the decluttering/downsizing process and get the most cash. (No appraisals will be given in this workshop.)
You've spent a lifetime accumulating antiques, collectibles, and other household contents. Now you’re ready to declutter or downsize. What do you do with the items that you no longer want or need? In this presentation Mike will show you how you can sell your excess personal property for the greatest amount of cash...with the least amount of work...in the shortest amount of time...in today's rapidly changing market.
|Tuesday. 15 June, 2021|
Mark your calendars!! Beginning Tuesday April 13th, the Journey bus or the Food Project van will be here twice a month, from 1-3pm. They will hand out food, diapers, and information to anyone who needs it. We are so happy to have them back!
Project Self-Sufficiency’s mobile services vehicle, PSS Journey, has returned to the road after a year-long hiatus due to the public health crisis. This year, the RV will be joined by the agency’s mobile food delivery van, The Food Project, with regularly scheduled visits to Franklin, Hopatcong, Netcong, Sussex, and Vernon. Individuals and families are encouraged to check the Project Self-Sufficiency website, or their own municipal websites, for the itinerary.
Newton, NJ (May 7, 2021) - Teens and adults are invited to learn about the prevention of child sexual assault at a free online training session, Tuesday, May 18th, 3:00 p.m.
|Wednesday. 16 June, 2021|
Randolph, NJ: Looking for something interesting and inspiring? Take some time to visit the Fine Art Summer Portfolio Class Exhibition at County College of Morris (CCM) and enjoy stepping into the creative world of talented aspiring artists.
Featured are the best creative works of students who have completed their Portfolio Class during the first semester of Summer Sessions at the college.
View Creative Works from the College’s Most Talented Aspiring Artists
The exhibition runs from June 16 to June 24 in the Art & Design Gallery located in the Learning Resource Center (LRC) on CCM’s campus, 214 Center Grove Road, Randolph. A reception, free and open to the public, takes place Thursday, June 24, from 6 – 7:30 p.m.
|Friday. 18 June, 2021|
Kick-off your weekend on Miss Lotta with our very own Lake Hopatcong historian, Marty Kane. Enjoy this two-hour narrated cruise along Lake Hopatcong, complete with essential history to the lake. NEW THIS YEAR: Add-on a light appetizer. Available during ticket purchase.
|Saturday. 19 June, 2021|
The Hopatcong Marketplace is returning after an extraordinarily first year in 2020, where the event gained recognition across the State, as the Largest in Sussex County. This year for 2021 they are expanding the days, space, dining area with many several events and entertainment throughout the season.