• Montgomery Youth Wrestling - Begins Monday 11/20

    Montgomery Youth Wrestling begins on Monday, November 20th with a parent meeting and first practice.

    See flyer or visit their website for more information.

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  • Photo Contest from Sourland Conservancy: 11/18 - 12/2

    Take a picture and post to Instagram with "#intheSourlands" - photo something in the Sourlands that you believe is often overlooked but is significant to the eco system.  

    WIN gift certificates from Princeton's "The Bent Spoon" - see flier for more details

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  • Boy Scout Open House - 11/20

    Boys in grades five and up and their parents are invited to attend the Troop 850 Open House on Monday, November 20. Current Cub Scouts and those without previous scouting experience are welcome.

    Montgomery's Troop 850 offers a boy-led, small-troop scouting experience guided by caring adults. The troop aims to maximize leadership opportunities and exciting, hands-on activities selected by the scouts. Activities this fall include camping, whitewater rafting, hiking, and a three-day cycling adventure on the Great Allegheny Passage in Pennsylvania. Members of Troop 850 also volunteer their time locally and meet weekly for games, skill-building activities, and merit badge workshops. This year, six of our scouts achieved Eagle rank, the highest honor a Boy Scout can reach.

    The November 20 Open House will take place at Montgomery Lower Middle School, 373 Burnt Hill Rd. Skillman, from 7:00-8:30PM. Participants will have a chance to meet leaders, ask questions, and participate in typical activities in a friendly, welcoming environment.

    For additional information, please see our website www.bsatroop850.com or email Troop 850 Recruitment Chair Anna O’Brien at annaob@comcast.com.

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  • Turtle Talk - Sourland Conservancy Seminar - 11/30/17

    Come out and join us for our last Train Station Series seminar of 2017!

    Thursday, November 30th 2017
    7:00 - 8:30pm
    Hopewell Train Station

    New Jersey is home to 11 species of turtles, but how much do we really know about them? Harriet Forrester, founder of Turtle Rescue of New Jersey will discuss how turtles evolved, their behaviors and senses, what threats they face today, and more - including busting some common myths about these marvelous shelled creatures!

    Space is limited. Advance registration is required. http://tiny.cc/TurtleTalk

    Suggested donation $5 at the door.

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  • Princeton Open Labs: Science Cafe - 12/2

    Princeton University graduate students invite area high school students to Princeton Open Labs Science Café where graduate students will TED-like talks about their scientific research.

    This event is free and open to all current high school aged students.  Registration is required via e-mail to imorris@princeton.edu by November 28th.

     

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