Passaic New Jersey Events

St. Patrick's Day is fast approaching and Passaic County has plenty of opportunities to celebrate the Irish holiday in its own way. American Celebration of the Saint Patrick's Day began in 1631 as a small religious holiday, according to National Geographic.

On November 21, the retreating continental army under the command of General Robert E. Lee reached the Passaic River and crossed the Acquackanonk Landing, now the city of Passaic, over the wooden AcquacksanonK Bridge and reached its crossing of the river. Following the destruction of the Acquakanonks Bridge, British forces have identified several locations where they could be located on the Passaic River, according to the New York Times.

On December 2, they arrived in Trenton, where they spent five days moving troops and supplies from the Delaware River to Pennsylvania. They then crossed the Hudson River to New York City and disembarked in the city, prompting the Continental American Army to give up and begin a 12-day retreat from New Jersey. From here they moved to the Second River (today Belleville - Newark) on the west side of the Passaic River and then southwest to Trenton. A few weeks later, on Christmas night, they crossed the Delaware River and carried out a successful attack.

The various partners continue to work with the parties responsible for the pollution to complete the cleanup of the Passaic River and its tributaries and other waterways in the region.

If you do not have Internet access, please call your county representative. If you have any questions or questions, call the Passaic New Jersey Environmental Protection Agency at (973) 542-5555. If you have any questions, you can also call our District Representative at 972 - 461 - 3200 or the Port Authority of New York and Jersey City at 1 - 866 - 743 - 6500.

For more information, contact Board of Recreation Director Mark Monteyne at (973) 956-1781 or the Passaic New Jersey Environmental Protection Agency at (1) 866-743-6500. The game is scheduled for Saturday, May 6, from 9.30 a.m. to 12 noon in the park in Port Authority Park, 972-461-3200 and from 10 a.m. to 4: 45 p.m.

Please visit the Office of Emergency Management page to make sure you are there when the message is sent. It only takes a moment to fill in the relevant information and you will be notified within 24 hours by email, SMS, phone call or email.

We always confirm with our sponsors that the event is still taking place and the situation is changing quickly. Many egg hunters forget about their current information by not publishing the current year and date at the last minute or simply never responding to emails, so we need to provide you with information such as date, time and location of the egg hunt. ALWAYS see our website or call us before confirming information and always see the website before going to confirmed information. There are often last-minute changes that we do not report, but this is often due to a lack of information and not an emergency situation.

If you know of a parade or event that is not on the list, please let us know in the comments below. If something happens near you that people in your neighborhood need to know, why not file it today? If you know of missing persons or would like to add or correct information, please let us know.

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On March 7, Shannon Rose's Irish Pub in Clifton will host its annual Irish Night. The restaurant is located at 98 Kingsland Road, and more information about the event can be found here. The event will include live music, food and drink, a silent auction and raffle, as well as live entertainment.

This family fundraiser will take place on Saturday 7 March from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Clifton Public Library. There is live music, food and drink, a silent auction and a raffle, as well as live entertainment.

New Jersey residents who need help paying their electricity bills can call 1-800-510-3102 to learn if they qualify for assistance programs and how to apply, or click here for more information. If you don't live in the area or simply don't need a card, you can donate to the New Jersey Power & Light Company's utility program for electricity bills.

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