Friday, March 22, 2013
Here is a list of Easter events happening in and around RiverDell this year.
Easter falls on Sunday, March 31 this year, so stock up on Cadbury Creme Eggs now! Whether you want to attend an egg hunt, church service or get your child’s photo taken with the Easter Bunny (much less traumatic than Santa Claus), check out our list of Easter events happening in RiverDell. The Oradell Recreation Committee will host the 26th Annual Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, March 23 (Rain Date of March 24) at the Doug Parcells Athletic Complex. The event is open to all Oradell children and begins at 1pm for all preschool children and again at 1:30pm for anyone in kindergarten through third grade. Children should bring their own container to collect the eggs. For more information contact Mary Cioffi at 201-265-05050 or email jamcioffi929…
Friday, March 30, 2012
With rain in the forecast for Saturday, the annual events are being pushed back
Youngsters from kindergarten through third grade in River Edge and Oradell will have to wait until April 1 to search for Easter Eggs and meet the Easter Bunny. The annual event has been delayed due to Saturday's rainy forecast beginning at 2am and continuing until sometime around 3pm. The River Edge hunt begins at 1pm at the Veteran's Memorial Field. For Oradell children, the Preschool hunt begins at 1pm with the kindergarten through grade three search to follow at 1:30pm at the Doug Parcells Athletic Complex. Children must supply their own containers for the egg hunt.
Saturday, March 24, 2012
A rabbit can mean a 10-year commitment, and shouldn't be a hastily-decided Easter gift.
Saturday, March 24, 2012
With Easter quickly approaching, many families seek the perfect gift to give their loved ones and children. An appealing option always seems to be a pet rabbit—what better way to celebrate the Easter Bunny than a fluffy friend of your very own? Unfortunately, many times the decision to purchase a rabbit is done in haste and new owners realize quickly these animals (whose lifespan is generally six to ten years) take more care and attention than most new owners are willing to give. It is estimated that the amount of rabbits abandoned at shelters greatly increases following the Easter holiday. This ends up leading to an influx of rabbits being neglected, improperly cared for, left at animal shelters, or, worst of all—let out into the wild, an…