Looking for fun events to do this weekend near Madison, NJ? Here are some great picks for you or the entire family.
Family Camp Day at Camp Riverbend
116 Hillcrest Rd., Warren NJ 07059
Why should kids have all the fun at Camp Riverbend?
Each year, parents tell us they would like to spend a day playing at camp.
Family Camp Day is that day! It’s a day for parents (and kids too) to enjoy
all kinds of fun Riverbend activities, including high ropes, archery,
canoeing, cooking, gaga, crafts, a barbecue lunch and more! Saturday October
26, 11 am – 2 pm, rain or shine.
Kids Costume Lunch
How does a nice quiet lunch with your hunny, best friend, mom, dad, other relatives sound? While the little ghosts & goblins have a lunch of their own with an hour and half party time filled with games, food, prizes & more!
Kids can wear their Halloween costume, take part in games for prizes, eat off of the delicious lunch buffet, and create a craft or two to take home! All for $10.00!
Reservations are required and are available for:
11:30, 1:00, 2:30, 4:00
Please call The Meyersville Inn at 908-647-6302
1st Annual Trunk or Treat
Looking for a fun, safe way for your children to show off their Halloween costumes and trick or treat? We’ve got the answer! The Madison High School Class of 2016 is calling all Trick or Treaters to the 1st Annual Trunk or Treat to be held on Sunday, October 27, 2013 from 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM at Madison High School’s main parking lot.
Decorate your trunks, dress your kids in costumes and bring lots of treats to be shared by kids as they parade around the open trunks. What a great way to begin the Halloween celebration. There will be prizes awarded for “Best Decorated Trunk” in several categories such as scariest, cutest, and most creative.
Admission will be $10 per car. Reserve early by emailing Diane Fastiggi at [email protected] Walk-in trick or treaters will be asked to make a minimum donation of $2.00 per person.
All proceeds from the 1st Annual Trunk or Treat will benefit the Madison High School Class of 2016. Each class at the High School holds fundraisers throughout their four years to help offset the costs of senior year expenses.
The MHS Class of 2016 is excited to be hosting this event and can’t wait to see the costumes as the trick or treaters go from trunk to trunk to collect their treats.