THE MAX Challenge of Cranford will be partnering with Cranford Family Care to assist their “Neighbors Helping Neighbors” initiative! We are excited to be accepting donations for our 2020 Food Drive
To schedule your drop off at our studio email [email protected] or text 9088385331
Drop-offs MUST be scheduled due to COVID-19 safety and capacity regulations.
From Wed Nov 12th – Friday, Nov 20th Cranford Cares is asking for donations of
Condiments (ketchup, honey, mustard, mayo, etc)
From Monday, November 23rd through Wed November 25th, we will be accepting
All to donate to local families in need for Thanksgiving!
The Cranford Jaycees have been hosting a Track Friday event at the Ray White Track since 2016. In light of new considerations for COVID-19, the Jaycees will host a hybrid version of the event that allows us to continue our tradition of gathering at the track while also offering a town-wide virtual option. Cranford residents are invited to participate at the track or by running/walking virtually, anywhere, anytime on November 27th.
The Jaycees have created a special commemorative t-shirt celebrating the 5th Annual Cranford Track Friday. All net proceeds from the sales will support a fund comprised of local charities that have touched the Cranford Community in 2020. The Jaycees have nominated beneficiaries that support COVID-19 Relief, Suicide Prevention and Mental Health, and Pediatric Cancer.
See you at the Ray White Track – or somewhere around town – on November 27th at 11 AM!
For over 70 years the Westfield Area Y Men’s Club has held its annual Christmas Tree Sale at the Elm Street field. All proceeds are donated to local charities and non-profit organizations. The event is run by club members from Westfield, Scotch Plains, Mountainside, and Cranford, along with many volunteers from area organizations and local youth.
The trees will be delivered and the lot set up between November 21st-27th. This is no small feat, as there are approximately three tractor-trailer loads per year!
The Westfield Area Y Men’s Club Annual Christmas Tree Sale has been a community tradition since 1947, with all proceeds benefiting local charities and organizations. This year’s tree selection includes top-quality Fraser Firs and Balsam Firs. This year also features a new hybrid tree called a “Fralsam.” This tree is grown in Vermont and combines the needle longevity of a Fraser with the evergreen smell of a Balsam. Tree varieties and sizes range from 3 foot “tabletop” trees all the way up to 12 footers. Also available are Wreathes, Evergreen Roping, Grave Covers, and Tree Stands.
The lot opens on Saturday, November 28th, and closes the week of December 21, pending the remaining tree count. Lot hours are 9 am-6 pm Saturday and Sunday and 5-9 pm Monday-Friday.
Since its inception, the Y’s Men have raised over $2.5 million for community charitable donations. Some of the many organizations that have benefitted from the money raised include the Westfield United Fund, Contact Caring, Children’s Specialized Hospital, Imagine, Resolve Community Counseling, Scotch Plains and Westfield Rescue Squads, Westfield Crew, Master Gardeners Club, and the Westfield Area YMCA.
Along with the advantage of being in the healthy outdoors, the tree sale will observe all 6-foot social distancing and mask-wearing protocols for the duration of the sale.
The tree lot is located on the Elm Street Athletic Field, across from Stop & Shop.
For more information, please visit www.westfieldynj.org/get-involved/community-partners/ys-mens-club or visit us on Facebook at Westfield Area Y’s Men’s Club Christmas Tree Sale.
Roselle Park Annual Winter Market
The Borough of Roselle Park is hosting their Annual Winter Market from Friday, December 4th, until Sunday, December 6th at Michael Mauri Gazebo Park. The festivities will kick off at 4 pm on Friday, December 4th, with the Winter Market, tree lighting, and free kids activities. Saturday and Sunday will be open from 2-8 pm and will feature the Winter Market, live performances, and kids’ activities. Additionally, all three nights will feature food trucks and a Biergarten.
Governor Murphy’s Executive Order regarding social distancing and mask-wearing will be enforced by the Roselle Park Police.
“After such a challenging year, I could not be happier to announce we will be moving forward with our Winter Market,” said Roselle Park Mayor Joe Signorello. “With live music, food trucks, kids activities, and a Biergarten planned, the Winter Market will be our best Winter celebration yet.”