How do you get rid of your Christmas tree now that Christmas 2016 is a fading memory?
If you live in Califon Borough, the Califon Fire Department will pick up trees at curbside on or before Saturday, January 21, 2017.
If you live in the Oldwick area, between now and Saturday, January 21, 2017, you can drop off your tree behind the Oldwick Fire House. Be sure to return on the evening of January 21st to enjoy a bonfire and hot chocolate and other goodies! Updates regarding this event and other Oldwick Volunteer Fire Company news can be found at their website, www.ofc24.com.
Of course, please use common sense and remove all ornaments, tinsel, etc. before disposing of your tree!
Clean out your closets and donate your unwanted stuff (someone else is going to just LOVE that peach bridesmaid’s dress…) to the Visiting Nurse Association so they can raise funds by selling it at their semi-annual Rummage Sale in October 2014. Donation dates in 2014 are from September 6-24 (10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m., Monday-Saturday). The sale will be October 3, 4 & 5, 2014 (Friday & Saturday: 9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m., Sunday: 12:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.0 at the Far Hills Fairgrounds in Far Hills at the intersection of U.S. 202 & Peapack Road (CR 512).
For more information about donations for the sale, visit the VNA website.
An estate sale on Saturday, June 21 and Sunday June 22 from 8am to 4m at 1150 Staffler Road, Bridgewater , NJ will include mid-century modern furniture and household items, vintage Ming Lenox china, contemporary pieces and miscellaneous household items. Stop by if you’ve been dreaming about getting a little retro-cool into your home decor.
Leaf, Realtors® is very happy to have sponsored a competitor in the JerseyMan Triathlon at Spruce Run Park in Clinton, New Jersey on Saturday, May 17th, 2014. One of three competitions that day, the sprint triathlon consisted of a 0.6 mile swim, 24 mile bike, 4 mile run. The event underscores how much opportunity there is to enjoy outdoor sports for those of us who live in and near Hunterdon County. If you have questions about opportunities for cycling, swimming, running, or triathlon training programs in the area, contact Leaf, Realtors® and we’ll put you in touch with people who are actively enjoying these pursuits in the area and are happy to share what they know!
We leave nothing to chance when we sell houses, but we look forward to enjoying another Tewksbury Education Foundation Barn Dance event with friends and neighbors and clients. The theme of the 2014 Barn Dance is “Casino Night.” It will again be hosted at the Life Camp in Pottersville, NJ, and catered by one of the best caters in New Jersey and our local friends, Bex Kitchen (we’re still thinking about last year’s cubano sandwiches and empanadas). Of course, money raised at the Barn Dance event benefits the TEF, “a non-profit community organization established to raise funds to support and enhance educational excellence in Tewksbury.”
For more information and to order tickets online, click here.
We had a great day out talking to our neighbors (and wanna-be neighbors) at the Tewksbury Harvest Festival on Saturday, September 29th, 2012. We were fortunate to be positioned between a booth with puppies and a booth selling cupcakes (we couldn’t have asked for a better location!!). All of our agents attended and we answered lots of questions about the residential real estate market (both for rent and for sale) in general as well as listings offered by Leaf, Realtors® for rent and for sale in Tewksbury and Bernardsville. If you have questions about the market in the Somerset Hills/Tewksbury/Mendham/Bridgewater area, we’ll help you with answers! Contact Leaf, Realtors® at 908-975-9756.