Weekend Highlights: Your Guide to Family Fun

BY  |  Friday, Jun 29, 2012 2:12pm  |  COMMENTS (1)

This weekend is a bit quiet. Not much going on, but that’s because the festivities happen on Wednesday for Independence Day. A few start this weekend so make sure to check out guide to celebrating the 4thTonight starts the fun with The Montclair Film Festival Grease Sing-a-long at Presby Iris Gardens will dancing and singing to Grease Lighting!

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Here are this weekend’s highlights:

Bile&Walk Montclair offers its “Learn To Ride: Kids” class. It’s the best way to ditch the training wheels. (Saturday, June 30)

Check out the New Jersey Jackals play against the Newark Bears at Riverfront Stadium in Newark. It’s a fun, family event. (Sunday, July 1)

The Essex County Running Club wants to get kids in on the action and has started a Junior Track Meet for kids ages 4 – 13. It starts this Sunday! (Sunday, July 1)

Have a great weekend!



  1. POSTED BY grgirl  |  July 02, 2012 @ 11:30 am

    We went to see the Bear/Jackals game at the Newark Bears Stadium in Newark this past Saturday evening and it was so much fun. You can’t beat the price and all seats are great because it is a small stadium. Please go and support our minor league teams they need it!! The audience turn out was dismal at best and it was heartbreaking.

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