JeffersonArts

Press Releases 2017

UPCOMING EVENTS/ACTIVITIES

 Christmas in the Village ushers in the holidays on December 2, 2017

The Jefferson Arts Committee will host the 12th annual Christmas in the Village event on Saturday, December 2 from 10 am to 4 pm in the historically designated Village of Milton (vicinity of Milton and Dover-Milton Roads) in the Milton/Oak Ridge section of Jefferson Township.  Admission is free unless otherwise noted, and parking is free at all venues.

            Starting the day off, The Milton First Aid Squad will host their annual hearty Pancake and More Breakfast at their building located at 45 Milton Road from 7 am to 11 am.  No reservations required, pay at the door.

             The Jefferson Township Historical Society will offer tours with costumed docents at the holiday decorated Jefferson Township Museum located at 315 Dover-Milton Road.  Each room of the Chamberlain home circa 1870 will be decorated around the holiday theme Nutcrackers.  Mrs. Claus is expected to be there for photos as well, and Miss Elizabeth’s Shoppe will be selling baked goods, antiques, and unique gifts.   

            St. Gabriel’s Episcopal Church located at 153 Milton Road will be the setting for live entertainment throughout the day featuring the Arthur Stanlick School Chorus, the Jefferson Township High School Choir, the No Strings Acappella Group, and the White Rock School Chorus. The Church kitchen will be selling soup, sandwiches, and refreshments, and merchandise and craft vendors will be selling their merchandise.  This is where you will find the JTHS Band Parents selling their live decorated Christmas wreaths.

             Milton United Methodist Church at 316 Dover-Milton Road will host live entertainment in their church sanctuary (corner of Dover Milton and Schoolhouse Roads) featuring the Methodist Church’s very own Handbell Choir, The Arthur Stanlick School Band, the Jefferson Township High School Band, and the Jefferson Township Middle School Band. The Jefferson Township Community Band under the direction of Peter Tummillo, Jr. will perform their annual holiday concert (a free will offering is suggested) at MUMC as well.  The Arts Committee’s annual Gingerbread House Contest will be sited here while the Church kitchen will be selling desserts in Headley Hall.   

            Jefferson Township Fire Company No. 1’s firehouse at 162 Milton Road will be transformed into The Village Marketplace with 18 high quality arts, crafts, and merchandise vendors.  Here Oak Ridge Martial Arts will present a demonstration at noon and the Zodiacs Danzn Academy will perform at 1:30 pm.  Other entertainment TBA.  Members of the Ladies Auxiliary will be selling chili, hot dogs, chicken fingers, donuts, and refreshments.

            American Legion Post #423 will be selling live Christmas trees in the parking lot of their post home located at 28 Legion Road, just a short walk or drive down the street.

            The Jefferson Township Public Library located in the Municipal Complex at 1031 Weldon Road will present a program on Holiday Music and Story Telling with actress/musician Ms. Eve at 11 am; and then a Family Craft activity will be held with Ms. Bernadine at 1 pm. 

            Jefferson CONNECT will hold their “Light a Luminary for Remembrance” for those affected by suicide and loved ones lost at the Jefferson Township Gazebo, 1033 Weldon Road at 4;30 pm. 

            The Jefferson Community Players will perform the radio play Meet Me in St. Louis on Saturday evening in the Jefferson Township Senior Center, 54 Schoolhouse Road directed by Krysia Dour at 7pm. Admission is free with refreshments.  

            And travel outside the Village proper to Camp Jefferson at 81 Weldon Road for the Jefferson Township Recreation Department’s Visit with Santa event from 10 am to 3 pm.

            Village festivities then continue into Sunday, December 3 with an encore matinee performance by the Jefferson Community Players of Meet Me in St. Louis at the Senior Center at 1:30pm,  again with free admission and refreshments.

            The Jefferson Township Museum will re-open on Sunday from 12 noon to 4 pm with tours of the historical home and the same offerings as the day before including Miss Elizabeth’s Shoppe.

            Also on Sunday, December 3, the Jefferson Township Community Chorus will present their holiday concert at 3pm at Grace Evangelical Church on Berkshire Valley Road in Milton/Oak Ridge under the direction of Michael Yannuzzi.  Nominal admission and light refreshments will follow.   

            Watch for updates and announcements on www.jeffersonarts.org, www.thejeffersonchronicle.com, www.mylakenews.com, and local newspapers.

            As details unfold, a detailed entertainment time schedule (which is subject to change) will be made available at www.jeffersonarts.org in the Press Releases Section.  Printed schedules will also be available as the event draws near in the display racks at the Jefferson Township Municipal Building, Jefferson Township Public Library, and the Recreation Office at Camp Jefferson. For other information and or inquiries, email artscommittee@jeffersonarts.org, or call 973-697-3828.

 

 

 

 

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COMMUNITY BAND AND JAZZ BAND OPEN 2017 GAZEBO SERIES ON FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 2017

The Jefferson Arts Committee’s Gazebo Committee is pleased to announce that The Jefferson Township Community Band and Jazz Band will open the 2017 free summer concert series on Friday evening, June 30th.  The show will be held in the beautiful Victorian Gazebo located in the Jefferson Township Municipal Complex, 1033 Weldon Road, Milton/Oak Ridge, NJ, beginning at 7 PM. 

The Community Band will present a wonderful repertoire of popular favorites including the classics, Broadway musicals, standard marches, and patriotic salutes performed by talented local musicians under the direction of Peter Tummillo.  Also performing will be the energizing Jazz Band ensemble also directed by Peter Tummillo.  www.jeffersonarts.org

Attendees are asked to bring a blanket or chair for their comfort; and non-alcoholic beverages, picnic dinners, and snacks are permitted on the grounds unless the concert is moved indoors due to weather conditions.  In the event of the threat of inclement weather or such weather, the concert will be moved indoors to the Jefferson Township Middle School Gym, 1000 Weldon Road, Milton/Oak Ridge.  Folding chairs will be set up on the gym floor for your comfort.

For information and updates, call 973-697-2032 or 697-3828, log on to www.jeffersonarts.org,   www.jeffersontownship.net, or email artscommittee@jeffersonarts.org

What a great way to end the week and wind down for the weekend. Remember, dancing and singing along is always encouraged at these summer concerts either on the brick extension or on the grass! Free-will donations are always gratefully accepted and appreciated.

FREE Summer Gazebo Concerts beginning Friday, June 30 through Friday, August 25. 2017

Saturday, July 8, 2017 - Food Truck Festival, Concert and Fireworks event

YOUTH FISHING DERBY - Jefferson Fest - Food Truck Festival, Concert, and Fireworks

On July 8, 2017 Trout Unlimited Fred S Burroughs/North Jersey Chapter will again be hosting the annual youth fishing derby in conjunction with Jefferson Township's "Jefferson Fest - Food Truck Festival, Concert, and Fireworks", formerly known as "Jefferson Day". All kids under 15 are welcome to participate, and entry is free. You do not need to be a Jefferson resident to fish the derby. Hours for the derby are 1-3 PM on Saturday at the Weldon Road Fishing Education Pond which is directly across the road from the Jefferson High School on Weldon Road. Registration for the event starts at 12 noon. Kids must supply their own gear, tackle and bait. Catch and release will be enforced by our volunteers who will measure and record each fish caught during the derby. We average between 110 and 175 kids each year at this derby and they have a lot of fun! As in prior years, the NJ State Fish Hatchery in Hackettstown again has offered to stock the pond with a variety of fish prior to the event.

According to County Park and Jefferson Twp. Recreation Dept. rules, only registered kids may fish this pond and adults only if they are assisting a registered participant on derby day. No adults can fish the pond at all until after the derby is over (3 PM) and nobody can fish prior to the derby, not even the kids.

Thank you to Ramsey Outdoor store in Ledgewood for their (annual) generous support in form of a portion of our prizes. Every kid that participates will take home at least a fishing lure with chances at rods, reels, tackle boxes and nets. In each age category, winners usually receive a rod, reel and tackle box while second places gets a rod and reel. Biggest fish regardless of age group wins a fly rod and reel outfit. 

This year the costs for this event are borne entirely by Trout Unlimited. While entry is free, cash donations at registration or during the event to cover some of the costs will be appreciated.

The event will take place rain or shine.

 

Register for the 13th Annual Irish Road Bowling Contest on July 8 - Jefferson Fest!

Saturday, July 8th not only will mark the date of the new and exciting Jefferson Fest – Food Truck Festival, Concert, and Fireworks event but also the date of the 13th annual Irish Road Bowling Contest. Originally started by Jack Kelly, then President of the Jefferson Arts Committee, and taken over by Tom Hantson and most recently by George Damerel, this contest has grown into an exciting event associated with Jefferson’s annual township celebration. Last year, all the teams who competed had a fantastic time!

For those not familiar with the game, the alley is a country road approximately one mile long, and it is not officially closed; and for this event, the Arts Committee is allowed to use Catholic Charities Way off Weldon Road, the home of Wiegand Farms at the Department for Persons with Disabilities facility. No improvements are made to the road; and the road is played “as is” – uphill, downhill, and winding, and there are no bumpers along the edge of the roadway on either side. There is no stopping the ball when it moves so players have to also watch out for rocks and holes.
The “bowl” used is small, black and dense about the size of a baseball but six times as heavy weighing 1 lb. 12 oz. The bowler is allowed to throw it however he/she sees fit, but the most common approach is basically an underhand fast-pitch softball throw with a running start. Team members throw the ball in rotation, and the team who takes the least number of throws to complete the course (similar to scoring for golf) iss declared the winner.

Now it’s your turn to try your hand at Irish Road Bowling by gathering together a team of four players, filling out a registration form which can be found at www.jeffersonarts.org and mailing it to the Arts Committee with your $10 entry fee no later than July 1. Olympic style medals will be awarded to the first and second place teams. Info: George Damerel at 973-697-8898 or gdamerel@yahoo.com

Will last year’s winners be back to defend their titles? You’ll have to be there to find out as a participant or as a spectator.
Visit the Jefferson Arts Committee on Facebook and at www.jeffersonarts.org for more information on Jefferson Fest which starts at 5 pm on the fields of the Jefferson Township High School, 1010 Weldon Road, Milton/Oak Ridge.

 

Food trucks rolling in on July 8 for Jefferson Fest!

The new Jefferson Fest – Food Truck Festival, Concert, and Fireworks event is replacing the traditional Jefferson Township Day that ran its course for 30 years; out with the old and in with the new and food trucks are an essential part of this fresh approach to a township wide celebration. Saturday, July 8 will be a fresh, innovative, and exhilarating day in Jefferson Township as a fleet of food trucks roll into town and set up their colorful trucks on the fields of the Jefferson Township High School at 1010 Weldon Road, Milton/Oak Ridge, ready to serve up their delicious menus starting at 5:30 pm. 

These food truck vendors will be on site starting at 5:30 pm and stay through the evening concert:
• Cheezen – gourmet specialty grilled cheese sandwiches (on sourdough, wheat or gluten free bread), wings, nachos, sliders, quesadillas, salads, sides 
• Surf & Turf – lobster rolls, surf and turf rolls, steak sandwiches, shrimp tacos, burgers, vegetarian rolls and veggie burgers (all items can be done “Gluten-Free” and served on a bed of delicious sautéed citrus kale)
• Empanada Guys – chicken, pulled pork, beef, cheese, vegetable, and Mexican Chorizo empanadas (meat pies), rice and bean sides
• Jersey Johnny’s – classic Jersey wieners, Angus burgers, fries and sides, salads and hot sandwiches
• The French Quarter – Po boys, fried chicken sandwiches, fried shrimp sandwiches, muffulettas, jambalaya, Vietnamese Banh Mi
• Oink and Moo BBQ – baby back ribs, pulled pork tacos, chili, black bean quesadillas, chipotle chicken tacos, brisket or pulled pork sliders
• Jumbo Jr. Ice Cream -- ice cream novelties, gourmet Italian water ice 
• Maddalena’s Cheesecake – a variety of cheesecake flavors on a stick, apple crumb pie a la mode, cheesecake filled cannoli

Bring your family, bring your friends, bring a chair, come with an appetite, come early as the DJ starts at 5 pm, choose your spot on the field, enjoy the music, patronize these food truck vendors, buy a 50/50 raffle ticket, climb the 25’ rock wall, experience the musical performance of The British Invasion Years’ concert, be mesmerized by the aerial fireworks, and just have a great time.

There’s free admission and free parking including handicapped parking throughout the event. ABSOLUTELY NO alcohol, NO smoking, NO drugs, NO fireworks, NO bicycles, NO pets or animals of any kind, NO large coolers, NO backpacks, NO drones. Bring a lawn chair/blanket for your comfort. 
For information, log on to www.jeffersonarts.org

 

Step back in time as the British “invade” Jefferson Fest 2017!

Saturday, July 8 marks the transition from the 30 year old traditional Jefferson Township Day celebration to the new modified exciting Jefferson Fest – Food Truck Festival, Concert, and Fireworks event. What better way to bring in the new celebration than presenting a unique and nostalgic musical experience on the main stage when The British Invasion Years perform at 7:15 pm on the fields of the Jefferson Township High School located at 1010 Weldon Road, Milton/Oak Ridge. 
The Jefferson Arts Committee promises to have you on your feet dancing or at least singing along to this exciting 2-hour free concert. With their authentic vintage clothing and musical arrangements, the band takes audiences on a memorable trip back in time, as if you were attending a concert from a bygone era. 
Remember, the Beatles arrived in the U.S. on February 9, 1964, but that was only the beginning…More than just the Beatles, the British Invasion Years’ concert is three shows in one!


FIRST, YOU WILL HEAR CLASSIC SONGS BY ICONIC SIXTIES BRITISH GROUPS. The Beatles took the first step by swinging the door open and turning the music world on its ear. As a result, American fans began to thirst for more British music. England answered the call by sending their very best – all of whom were eager to fill the Fab Four’s shoes. The first wave of British Invasion music was instantly embraced because it was so eclectic…the bad boy soul of the Rolling Stones, the defiant anthems of The Who, the raw and powerful guitar sounds of The Kinks, the flower power grooves of The Zombies, and the uplifting pop of Herman’s Hermits. 
THE AMERICAN MUSICAL “RESPONSE” FOLLOWS WITH MEMORABLE HITS BY CELEBRATED ARTISTS. Almost immediately, ‘60s American bands were energized by what was happening “across the pond” and responded with plenty of eclectic sounds of their own: groups like The Beach Boys made you long to surf the waves, The Monkees made believers out of us and their TV show antics made us all laugh, The Doors hypnotized fans with their unmistakable organ sound, and Steppenwolf drove us “wild” with their classic rock edge. The winners of this musical “battle of the bands” were clearly music fans the world over. 
THE SIXTIES ERA RETROSPECTIVE CONCLUDES WITH AN EXTRAORDINARY NOTE-FOR-NOTE FINALE. This incredible musical trip back in time comes to a show stopping climax with music from the four lads who started it all: The Beatles!

Festivities begin at 5 pm with music and activities by DJ Earl Heller of Sound Solutions Entertainment and a 25’ Rock Climbing Wall activity by Bounce Around. At 5:30 pm, an assortment of food trucks opens up offering delicious and varied menus for your dining pleasure including dessert. At 7:15, the concert begins, the sun sets, and everyone is enjoying the music and food service.

At 9:20 pm, the 50/50 raffle winner is drawn and everyone settles down in their comfortable lawn chair or on a comfortable blanket and looks upward towards the sky because at 9:30 pm, Interstate Fireworks Company will put on a fantastic fireworks show that will light up the skies of Jefferson Township and beyond!

There’s free admission and free parking including handicapped parking throughout the event. ABSOLUTELY NO alcohol, NO smoking, NO drugs, NO fireworks, NO bicycles, NO pets or animals of any kind, NO large coolers, NO backpacks, NO drones. Bring a lawn chair/blanket for your comfort. 

For information, log on to www.jeffersonarts.org, email artscommittee@jeffersonarts.org, find Jefferson Arts Committee on FACEBOOK, or call 973-697-2032 or 973-697-3828. There’s free parking and free admission to the fields for the entire event.
Information is available at www.jeffersonarts.org, the Jefferson Arts Committee on FACEBOOK, http://www.thebritishinvasionyears.com or by calling 973-697-2032 or 973-697-3828.

 

DJ Earl to jumpstart July 8th Jefferson Fest!

Saturday, July 8th will usher in a new era in Jefferson Township as the 30 year old Jefferson Township Day event becomes the new Jefferson Fest – Food Truck Festival, Concert, and Fireworks celebration on the fields of the Jefferson Township High School at 1010 Weldon Road, Milton/Oak Ridge. The Jefferson Arts Committee is excited to have DJ Earl Heller of Sound Solutions Entertainment get the celebration going starting at 5 pm.

DJ Earl, well known at so many functions in the Jefferson Township community, will begin the event playing a great variety of music and offering some fun activities for the children there. A former Jefferson Township resident and a Jefferson Township High School graduate, DJ Earl is an accomplished bass guitarist, a member of 215 The Band, dee jays at the Mennen Arena for Friday Night Skates, is the Jefferson Township Teen Scene’s favorite DJ, hosts dance parties at the Camp Jefferson Summer Day Camp, and is the featured DJ at the annual Jefferson Township Fall Festival and Haunted House events in October. His outgoing personality draws in people of all ages to have a good time. 

While DJ Earl is entertaining the crowd, food trucks will be opening up on site at 5:30 pm offering some delectable menus for your eating pleasure. There’ll be Cheezen, Surf & Turf, Empanada Guys, Jersey Johnny’s, The French Quarter, Oink and Moo, Jumbo Jr's. Ice Cream, and Maddalena’s Cheesecake! So be sure to bring a chair or blanket and find a place on the field to be comfortable while you eat, listening to DJ Earl, and having fun with family and friends eagerly waiting for the concert and the fireworks to begin.

Bounce Around will be onsite with a 25’ climbing rock wall for everyone to enjoy (there will be a nominal fee to climb). Climbers will be fitted with a safety harness and attempt to climb to the very top – suitable for all age groups, no experience necessary except wanting to have a good time and try something new.

The British Invasion Years take the main stage on the field at 7:15 pm for a two-hour live concert, and this dynamic band will take you on a musical journey through the sixties and the iconic British band era, then the American musical response of memorable hits by celebrated artists of that period, and conclude with an extraordinary note-for-note finale with music from the one and only four lads who started it all – The Beatles. Check them out at https://www.britishinvasionyears.com 

The Jefferson Arts Committee will be selling 50/50 raffle tickets for the drawing that will be held at 9:20 pm, and those food trucks will continue offering delicious food items and refreshments throughout the evening.

Then sit back and relax, raise your eyes to the sky for one of the most spectacular aerial fireworks displays you may ever see staged and choreographed by Interstate Fireworks, the same company that has been presenting their fantastic show in Jefferson Township for over two decades.

There’s free admission and free parking including handicapped parking throughout the event. ABSOLUTELY NO alcohol, NO smoking, NO drugs, NO fireworks, NO bicycles, NO pets or animals of any kind, NO large coolers, NO backpacks, NO drones. Bring a lawn chair/blanket for your comfort. 

For information, log on to www.jeffersonarts.org, email artscommittee@jeffersonarts.org, find Jefferson Arts Committee on FACEBOOK, or call 973-697-2032 or 973-697-3828. There’s free parking and free admission to the fields for the entire event.
Jefferson Fest 2017 will be an evening to remember!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6th Annual Designer Handbag Bingo/Tricky Tray Fundraiser

 

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 2016

Line Dance with Ryan

 

Saturday, December 3, 2016 with some events on Sunday, December 3, 2016

Christmas in the Village

Gingerbread House Contest

Christmas in the Village ushers in the holidays on December 3

Christmas in the Village program

  • The Jefferson Arts Committee presents live entertainment at several venues:
    • 12/3 - 10 am Milton United Methodist Church's Handbell Choir at the church
    • 12/3 - 10 am Arthur Stanlick Elementary School Chorus at St. Gabriel's Episcopal Church
    • 12/3 - 11 am Arthur Stanlick Elementary School Band at Milton United Methodist Church
    • 12/3 - 11 am The Berkshire Valley Presbyterian Church Choir at St. Gabriel's Episcopal Church
    • 12/3 - 11:30 am Pianist Henry "Hank" Shapiro performs at St. Gabriel's Episcopal Church
    • 12/3 - 12 noon The Jefferson Township Community Band presents their holiday concert " Great Songs of Christmas" at the Milton United Methodist Church
    • 12/4 - 12 noon Jefferson Township High School Select Choir at St. Gabriel's Episcopal Church
    • 12/3 - 1 pm Jefferson Township High School Band at Milton United Methodist Church
    • 12/3 - 1 pm No Srings A'Capella performs at St. Gabriel's Episcopal Church
    • 12/3 - 2 pm Jefferson Township Middle School Band at Milton United Methodist Church
    • 12/3 - 2 pm White Rock Elementary School Band at St. Gabriel's Episcopal Church
    • 12/3 - 3 pm White Rock Elementary School Band at Milton United Methodist Church
    • 12/3 - 3 pm TBA at St. Gabriel's Episcopal Church
  • 12/3 - 10 am to 4 pm - The Jefferson Arts Committee presents shopping opportunities at The Village Marketplace in the Jefferson Township Fire Company No. 1 firehouse
  • 12/3 - 7 pm The Jefferson Community Players present the radio play "The Bishop's Wife" at the Jefferson Township Senior Center
  • 12/4 - 2 pm The Jefferson Community Players present the radio play "The Bishop's Wife" at the Jefferson Township Senior Center
  • 12/4 - 2 pm The Jefferson Township Public Library presents an armchair art lecture "From Saint to Santa" at 2 pm in the Library
  • 12/4 - 3:30 pm The Jefferson Township Community Chorus presents their holiday concert "A Joyous Celebration" at Grace Evangelical Free Church

 

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Broadway bus trip to see "On Your Feet"

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PAST EVENTS

Saturday, October 8, 2016

Bus trip to the Great Jack O'Lantern Blaze

SUMMER GAZEBO CONCERTS - Summer 2016

Schedule

Theatre Rock - August 26

Rave On -August 19

Tequila Rose - August 12

Black Tie Talent - Perfectly Frank - August 5

Reminisce - July 29

RB Express brings Doo Wop and Oldies to J Town! - July 22

Jersey Sound Brings Back the Oldies but Goodies - July 15

The Kootz will rock the Jefferson Township Gazebo - July 1st

 

JEFFERSON TOWNSHIP DAY -30TH ANNIVERSARY - 7/9/16

JEFFERSON TOWNSHIP DAY RESCHEDULED TO SUNDAY, JULY 10th

Main Stage Entertainment Updated for July 10th

Jefferson Township Day Flyer-updated 6/20/16

Register for the Cornhole Tournament on July 9th

Register for the Irish Road Bowling Tournament on July 9th

Bloodmobile will be at Jefferson Township Day

Games of Skill await kids on Jefferson Township Day

Looking for convertibles and big trucks

Be Amazed at July 9th Fireworks in Jefferson

KnockerBall coming to Jefferson Township Day!

Mayor to announce 2016 Citizens of the Year

Drone demos coming to Jefferson Township Day

Parking at Jefferson Township Day

Looking for trucks in all shapes and sizes

Young Rockers Sought for Jefferson Township Day

It’s a Jefferson Township Day Digital Scavenger Hunt!

Vendors abound at Jefferson Township Day

Wahoo Medicine Show and Phydeaux’s Flea Circus to perform at Jefferson Day, July 9th

Oak Ridge Martial Arts Acaemy to Appear at Jefferson Day

Soul Groove to Celebrate the 30th Anniversary with the JAC

Fade to Suede to Appear at Jefferson Day's 30th Anniversary Event

Come to the Ol’ Fishing Hole

2016 JeffersonTownship Day Sponsors Help Make IT Happen!

Check It Out! (other JT Day activities)

Township Parade returns to Jefferson Township Day!

 

"WOMEN & WAR" - 4/9 & 4/10/16

Jefferson Community Players perform at the Senior Center

DESIGNER HANDBAG BINGO EVENT -4/15/16 - SOLD OUT!!

MUSICAL IQ EVENT - 5/22/16

LINE DANCE EVENT - 2/27/16

Line Dance with the Jefferson Arts Committee!

CHRISTMAS IN THE VILLAGE - December 5, 2015

Christmas in the Village Schedule of Events 2015 4-page event brochure(updated 11/27/15)

Entertainment abounds at MUMC during Christmas in the Village

No Strings A'Cappella to perform at CIV

Young Pianist to perform at CIV

St.Gabriel’s Episcopal is part of Christmas in the Village in December

“Our Ancestors’ Christmas Traditions” is Museum Theme for CIV

Do your Holiday Shopping at The Village Marketplace on Dec 5th

Milton First Aid Squad hosts Breakfast in the Village

Jefferson Township Concert Band Concert in the Village

Jefferson Community Players perform radio shows in the Village

Jefferson Township Community Chorus Holiday Concert in the Village

Gingerbread House Contest

Piano Man Henry "Hank" Shapiro to perform at Christmas in the Village

Here We Come A 'Caroling

December Holiday events throughout Jefferson Township

Vendors wanted (sold out)

 

BUS TRIPS

Peddlers' Village, Bucks County, PA - November 7, 2015

 

FREE Summer Gazebo Concerts

Hope you enjoyed the delightful music at the 2015 Jefferson Arts Committee's FREE Summer Gazebo Concert Series - there was some great entertainment on some beautiful summer nights. Any suggestions welcome at artscommittee@jeffersonarts.org

Friday, June 26, 2015 - The Jefferson Township Community and Jazz Bands

Friday, July 17, 2015 - the James Dean Orchestra

Friday, July 24, 2015 - Tequila Rose

Friday, July 31, 2015 - Shore Soundz

Friday, August 7, 2015 - Jersey Sound

Friday, August 14, 2015 - Soul Groove

Friday, August 21, 2015 - Carnaby Street

Friday, August 29, 2015 - Dr. Brian and Friends

 

JULY 11, 2015 - JEFFERSON TOWNSHIP DAY XXIX

Sponsors Make Jefferson Township Day Happen!

Jefferson Township Day Evening Concert Features Reminisce

Vendors sought for Jefferson Township Day

Irish Road Bowlers Sought for Competition

Jefferson Township Day Will Rock!

New Jersey Hall of Fame Mobile Museum Coming to Jefferson Township

The Township Parade Returns to Jefferson Township Day!

Visit Karen's Petting Zoo on July 11th

It's an Old Fashioned Corn Hole Contest

Children Inivted to Participate in Games of Skill

Come to the Ol' Fishing Hole

Enjoy Inflatable Ride Activities

How Many Hot Dogs Can You Eat in 5 Minutes?

Be Amazed at Chris Clark's BMX Stunt Bicycle Demonstrations

Have You Seen Phydeaux's Flea Circus?

Guitar Bob Performs for Children of All Ages

Have Some Fun with the Acoustic Eels Band

Rave On! Will Bring Back Memories of Buddy Holly and Ray Orbison

Cadence Makes Its Jefferson Township Day Main Stage Debut

The Jefferson Township Community Chorus Will Sing in Concert

The Jefferson Township Community Concert Band and Jazz Band Plan to Entertain You

Jefferson Mayor Will Announce his 2015 Citizens of the Year

Take a Chance at the 50/50 Raffle

Be Amazed at the Huge Aerial Fireworks Display on Jefferson Township Day

Lots of entertainment scheduled for Jefferson Township Day

Jefferson Township Day Parking Options

 

May 2015

Jefferson Arts Committee Seeks a New Choral Director

APRIL 26, 2015

SWING, SWING, SWING!!! The 3rd Annual Seniors’ Big Band Dinner Dance returns

December 6, 2014

Christmas in the Village

Jefferson Township Community Band Holiday Concert - Frozen

"FROZEN" Concert Flyer

Jefferson Township Community Chorus Holiday Concert Flyer

Christmas in the Village Concert Program Ad Form

Jefferson Community Player's Holiday Theater and Jefferson Community Player's Holiday Theater Flyer

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DIRECTIONS TO THE JEFFERSON TOWNSHIP GAZEBO

July 18, 2014
Gazebo Concert - Thunder Hill

July 25, 2014
Gazebo Concert - Reminisce

August 1, 2014
Gazebo Concert - Nicole Donatone

August 8, 2014
Gazebo Concert - Tri-State Rockers

August 15, 2014
Gazebo Concert - Rave On

August 22, 2014
Gazebo Concert - The 3M Band

August 29, 2014

Gazebo Concert - Dr. Brian and Friends

July 12, 2014 - Jefferson Township Day

June 27, 2014
Gazebo Concert - The Jefferson Township Community Band & Jazz Band

June 14, 2014
Bus Trip to Grounds for Sculpture

February 2, 2014
Adult Acting Workshop Session

January 26, 27, February 2, 3
Open Casting Call for Jefferson Community Players' 2014 theatrical season

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