Events Features

How Stepfamilies Thrive

Always smooth sailing? Nope. But such combo clans can work—just ask five not-so-wicked Bergen stepmothers.


See photos from recent events in and around the counties.

Be There

From street fairs and road races to car shows and stage productions, there is something for everyone as summer winds down in Bergen County.


Whether it’s at a food festival or a charity luncheon, Bergenites show support for their friends and neighbors at events around the county.


Monmouth County knows how to have a good time!

Be There

From talent shows and an evening hike to outdoor concerts and river cruises, there is something for everyone this summer in Bergen County.

Last Hurrah

The days are getting shorter, but there’s still plenty of time to soak up some sun. Miles of beaches line the Jersey coastline, but there’s much more to see than the ocean when you go down the Shore. Check out three of our favorites before brisk weather returns.


Bergenites support their neighbors while having fun - from touring helicopters to hitting holes-in-one.

Keep On Running (Or Walking)

Tired of the same road races and flat 5K courses? Put some fun into your next run by choosing an event that goes the extra mile to make your race a memorable experience. Here are a few that might pique your interest:

Theater For All

Budding thespians have been enjoying Summer Theater Camp at Red Bank’s Two River Theater for the past 12 years, but this summer, the arts center is also offering Spectrum Theater Classes for kids ages 10 to 17 who are on the autism spectrum.

Full Steam Ahead

The Montville Library offers a fun approach to learning for students in grades 6 through 12 with its STEAM program

Let There Be Light

When Independence Day rolls around and you’ve finished your hamburgers and hot dogs, stretch out on a lawn chair or blanket and enjoy a Fourth of July fireworks display.

Author Extravaganza

Excited about an upcoming book? Then you’ll be even more excited to meet the author!

It's Easy Being Green

Can’t make it across the pond for St. Patrick’s Day this year? Being here in Bergen is the next best thing.