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Montclair Shares COVID-19 Vaccination Information

The Township of Montclair shares the following important information about the COVID-19 vaccine: The first doses of the COVD-19 vaccine will be available in limited quantities on or about December 26. Essex County will be...

Celebrate The Holidays with Aging in Montclair and The Montclair Orchestra

AIM’s next Saturday Social, on December 26 at 2:00pm, will be a presentation by the Montclair Orchestra. The program will include prerecorded excerpts from past performances and selections for the holiday season. Two talented...

Enter The MHS Project Graduation Gingerbread House Decorating Contest!

Are you bored? Tired of being at home? Desperate to find ways to entertain your kids? Do you need a new family activity? Enter the Montclair High School Gingerbread House Decorating Contest! Decorate a gingerbread...

Junior League Montclair-Newark, Inc. Annual Holiday Market Supports Black Owned Businesses

Montclair, NJ - Small businesses are an essential part of the U.S. economy and the coronavirus pandemic has disproportionately affected small black businesses during these tough economic times. To address this disparity the...

Montclair Declares State of Emergency To Support Snow Removal

NOTICE FROM THE OFFICE OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT: The National Weather Services has issued a Winter Storm Warning for our area to be in effect from 2:00 p.m. this afternoon to 1:00 p.m. tomorrow. Heavy snow...

Montclair Public Library Presents The Little Read At Home!

Grab the milk and cookies and get ready for storytime this Friday night with The Little Read at Home, courtesy of Montclair Public Library. Community leaders will read seasonal and holiday stories in this free,...

No Tree Lighting, But Montclair Does Have Treats For Children From Santa

Montclair’s annual tree-lighting festivities had to be canceled this year because of the pandemic. This meant no in person visit from Santa on Church Street but the jolly bringer of gifts was able to...

Glen Ridge To Light Up The Holidays With ‘Magical Wintry Tour’

Driving around to see all the best holiday light displays is one of the traditions you can still do safely during COVID-19 social distancing. Glen Ridge is getting in the spirit and came up with...

Montclair Families To Also Rally Saturday To Protest School Closures

A group of South Orange Maplewood families have planned a rally Saturday to protest schools closed to in person learning. Now a group in Montclair has announced they will also rally this Saturday, December...

Montclair Soccer Creates Championship Store; All Proceeds Go To Toni’s Kitchen

Montclair Soccer had a historically successful season; Montclair High School girls and boys teams both won State Championships with undefeated records. Especially in this difficult year, these teams know their success has its roots...

Last Chance! Jane Fonda and Chelsea Clinton

TONIGHT at 8 p.m. (EST) Jane Fonda and Chelsea Clinton will be in conversation about Jane Fonda’s new book, 'What Can I Do? My Path from Climate Despair to Action', climate change, activism, political...

Montclair To Offer Free Flu Vaccines – Thursday, December 3

Free flu vaccines will offered in Montclair this Thursday, December 3, at two locations: 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Toni’s Kitchen at Saint Luke’s Church 73 South Fullerton Street, Montclair (Flu clinic entrance for the public is in...

Learn About Careers In The Arts From Montclair High’s SVPA Alum, Tuesday, Dec. 8

The School of Visual and Performing Arts (SVPA) at Montclair High School, with the support of a grant from MFEE, is hosting The Arts after High School: A Zoom Conversation with SVPA Alums Cameron...

Montclair Synagogue Hosts Iraqi-American Journalist to Speak About Abraham Path Initiative

Writer-journalist Anisa Mehdi, an Iraqi-American who serves as executive director of Abraham Path Initiative, a walking route on the West Bank, will speak via Zoom at Bnai Keshet’s Kaplan Minyan, Saturday, Dec. 12 at...