Metamorphfit presents a 1 1/2 hour Burn OUT Class for $20.00 (Space is limited) January 15, 8:30am to 10am with Trainer Hank & Chandran.

Location: UFC 115 River Road, Edgewater, NJ 07020


Stop by the leasing office during business hours if you're interested in free tickets for kids under 13 yrs of age. There's fun for the whole family, food, games, a zoo, and lots of other attractions. January 14, 15 & 16, from 10:00am to 7pm, Sun. Mon. until 6pm.

Jane Do Fitness – Invitation for Windsor Residents Only on Tuesday, January 10th at 6pm

Jane Do Fitness has invited our Windsor residents to an exclusive fitness class tomorrow at 6pm. Hope you'll be able to make it there! They are located at 890 River Road, Edgewater, NJ 07020. (201) 945-1048.

Depression Glass, Pottery, China Show & Sale This Weekend!

The North Jersey Depression Glass Club is Celebrating 41 years of Fall Shows! Items from the Roaring 20's to the 1970's
This event will be held one more day on November 19, at Guardian Angel Church Auditorium, 320 Franklin Tpk., Allendale, NJ
Starting from 10:00 a.m. to 4 p.m. TODAY! LAST DAY! Snack Bar Available

Info: Craig (201) 819-5468 or Walter (973) 838-2419

There's still time to come out and see some really amazing items!

Uncle Louie G’s Italian Ice & Ice Cream: Cups, Cones and Sundaes Galore

Uncle Louie G’s Italian Ice & Ice Cream is a one-stop dessert shop for all of your favorite sweet, icy treats. Whether you prefer the creamy flavor of ice cream or the cold, refreshing taste of Italian ice, you’ll find both at this old-fashioned dessert shop. The small chain of ice creameries has locations across the East Coast, but the Bergen County location is one of the best places in town to cool off on a hot summer day — or any day of the year, really.

There’s never a bad time to enjoy a colorful, gourmet Italian ice, a velvety scoop of vanilla ice cream made with real milk, or a thick, creamy milkshake topped with whipped cream and a cherry. The flavors change from day to day at Uncle Louie G’s, and there’s always something new to try. If you’re planning a special occasion, you’ll even find custom ice cream cakes that can be personalized with your own message.

Uncle Louie G’s
111 West Pleasant Avenue
Maywood, NJ 07607
(201) 909-5151

THE 25th ANNUAL ARTS AND MUSIC FESTIVAL – Sunday September 18, 2016

Come out Edgewater Residents and enjoy some good fun from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Old River Road in the Shadyside Neighborhood. A Juried Arts Show featuring artists, sculptors, jewelry makers, photographers, designers and musicians. Parking at the Edgewater Commons Mall with free shuttle bus service. A day of fun, music, refreshments,

5th Annual Edgewater Coastal Clean-Up Day

Join your mayor and your neighbors this Saturday for a great volunteer event that will help keep the Edgewater Coast clean! This Saturday, September 17th, will mark the 5th annual Edgewater Costal Clean-Up Day. Meet up will take place at 10 a.m. at the Edgewater Commons Mall, right by the Outback Steakhouse. For more information please contact Helene Ciccarelli for at 201-943-1700 ext. 3150 or email

Bring a Love for Fresh Air and Sunshine to Van Saun Park

If the kids are complaining of boredom, or if you are looking to get out of the house, head to Van Saun Park. This 146-acre facility is home to a zoo, a carousel, pony rides, and a splash pad. There is also a dog park for Fido.

Van Saun Park also has several playgrounds, one of which is ADA accessible. In addition, you will find picnic areas, fishing areas, and a 1.5-mile trail that allows you to walk or ride your bike around the various park amenities. The tennis center offers summer camp to children, as well as private lessons and some adult leagues. There are also three fields that can be used for soccer, baseball, and softball. Finally, if you come after a good winter snow, bring your sled for some cool fun.

Van Saun Park
216 Forest Ave
Paramus, NJ 07652
(201) 261-7312

Thursday Night Live Music At the Marina

The CONCERT is still on for tonight at 7:30. Too Many Godz – playing all types of music tonight.

Come out and enjoy.

Edgewater Events and News

SCHOOLS OPEN – DRIVE CAREFULLY – Edgewater Schools re-open on Tuesday September 6. The Edgewater Police remind motorists to be aware of more pedestrians crossing the street during the school year and it is the law to stop for pedestrians who have entered a designated cross walk. All vehicles must stop for school buses that are flashing red lights. The Edgewater Police also remind residents and students to cross at signalized intersections with a designated cross walk. Do not cross mid-block and endanger yourself and others.

ONE WAY TRAFFIC RESUMES ON UNDERCLIFF AVENUE – In an attempt to regulate the flow of traffic and facilitate morning drop off at the George Washington School, beginning Tuesday September 6, during the school week only, Monday through Friday, Undercliff Avenue will be one way southbound from Orchard Street to Route 5 from 7:30 a.m. to 8:15 a.m..

LABOR DAY SCHEDULE CHANGES – In observance of Labor Day on Monday September 5; Borough Offices closed, no ferry service, no trash collection, regular ferry service on Friday September 2, place trash at the curb no earlier than 8:00 p.m. on Monday September 5 for a Tuesday September 6 collection.

SHADYSIDE METERED PARKING REGULATIONS – The new parking regulations in the Shadyside Parking Area tentatively go into effect Tuesday September 6. There is a four hour parking limit within the parking lot between River Road and Old River Road and a two hour parking limit for all parallel and perpendicular parking off of Old River Road. Parking Meter Kiosks are available in front of YogArt yogurt store, Mangia Restaurant, and Teeter Totter Art Studio.

EDGEWATER VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT 50th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION – Come celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Edgewater Volunteer Fire Department on Saturday September 10 at the Edgewater Marina, 989 River Road. 50 years ago a group of dedicated residents signed up to help the town and its career fire department providing fire protection to its residents and businesses. The program was so successful, the town eventually switched to an all-volunteer department who protect life and property 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Free fun, music, refreshments, children’s activities. Parking at the Edgewater Community Center, 1167 River Road.

SEPTEMBER 11 MEMORIAL SERVICE – This year’s September 11 Memorial Service will take place in the Borough Hall Courtyard, Sunday September 11, 55 River Road at 9:30 a.m. Let us not forget our three residents who perished on that fateful day, Robert M. Levine, Anne T. Ransom, Jayesh Shah and recognize those brave Americans who answered the call to duty.

COASTAL CLEAN UP DAY – Join the Mayor and Council for our 5th annual “Coastal Clean-Up Day” on Saturday September 17 at the Edgewater Commons Mall, by the Outback Steakhouse at 10:00 a.m. Last year we had over 100 volunteers who helped in removing over 20 yards of debris and litter from the Hudson River shore line. Contact Helene Ciccarelli for attendance information 201-943-1700 ext. 3150 or email

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