‘An old-fashioned American picnic’ is hosted in Kenilworth

‘An old-fashioned American picnic’ is hosted in Kenilworth

KENILWORTH, NJ — The Kenilworth Senior Center recently hosted “An Old-Fashioned American Picnic.” The event was at DiMario Park and approximately 75 seniors came out to enjoy themselves. Shirley Maxwell, senior program director for the borough, said, “I’m happy the weather turned out beautiful.” Jersey Joe’s Barbecue & Grill in Garwood provided the picnic fare, […]

‘Afternoon Tea with a “Weird NJ” Twist’ presented

‘Afternoon Tea with a “Weird NJ” Twist’ presented

KENILWORTH, NJ — “Afternoon Tea with a ‘Weird NJ’ Twist” was recently presented at the Kenilworth Veterans Center. The event was offered to benefit the Oswald J. Nitschke House museum and cultural arts center by helping defray operating expenses, including the cost of an elevator that makes the site fully accessible. Mark Moran and Mark […]

Five staff members recognized through Governor’s Educator of the Year Program

KENILWORTH, NJ — Kenilworth Public Schools is celebrating five teachers and educational services professionals who were acknowledged through the 2023-24 Governor’s Educator of the Year Program. The district nominated the staff members earlier in the school year and will honor them at an upcoming Board of Education meeting. The statewide program recognizes educators who have […]

Catholic Schools Week is celebrated

KENILWORTH, NJ — St.Theresa School in Kenilworth celebrated Catholic Schools Week with an assortment of activities for the students, community, parish, vocations and nation. The week started with Mass at St. Theresa Church, followed by a tour of the school with light refreshments being served. During the week, the school collected essential items for the […]

Kenilworth students take part in groundbreaking for future school

Kenilworth students take part in groundbreaking for future school

KENILWORTH, NJ — A groundbreaking ceremony at David Brearley Middle-High School on Thursday, Dec. 14, included school district leaders, Board of Education members and construction contractors. But the true guests of honor were barely taller than the shovels they used to scoop the soil. Five fourth-graders, one from each homeroom, participated in the groundbreaking as […]

‘Pizzarama’ to celebrate the universal joy of pizza

‘Pizzarama’ to celebrate the universal joy of pizza

KENILWORTH, NJ — Participants in “Pizzarama,” a fun-filled, enlightening event to be presented by the Kenilworth Historical Society on Saturday, Nov. 4, will enjoy pizza, view an amazing collection of pizza artifacts and learn interesting facts about the popular Italian dish and its history from Kenilworth’s renowned pizza aficionado, collector and Guinness World Record holder […]

‘Four Centuries in a Weekend’ explored at the Oswald J. Nitschke House

KENILWORTH, NJ — Visitors to Kenilworth’s historic Oswald J. Nitschke House, 49 South 21 St., on Saturday, Oct. 21, and Sunday, Oct. 22, will gain glimpses into everyday life in a developing late 19th-/early 20th-century suburb through enlightening, interactive, multicultural “living history” and garden programs, exhibits and activities based primarily on the theme “100 Years […]

Communitywide Garage Sale is a shopper’s paradise

Communitywide Garage Sale is a shopper’s paradise

KENILWORTH, NJ — It was a sales extravaganza on the weekend of Sept. 30 and Oct. 1, when the Kenilworth Historical Society sponsored the annual Communitywide Garage Sale as a service to the borough. Nearly 70 homes were registered participants and were included in a Kenilworth Communitywide Garage Sale listing and map which was available, […]

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