Kids New Year’s Dance Party

Join the music clown Toni Baloney for a New Year’s dance party and countdown to noon! Suitable for kids of all ages. Please register in advance!

STEAM Saturday

In this children’s program, kids between the ages of 3 and 12 will explore scientific topics by experimenting with inflating balloons and flying objects! Please register in advance!

Inspira Health Spirit of Women Dinner

Join Inspira Health Spirit of Women members for an evening of dining, fun, and networking. Sprit membership is free to join, and dinner and dessert is $20 per person, cash only at the door. Please reserve your spot by Dec. 1.

Lights on Main

Stay tuned to Happening in the Hill for more details on this year’s festivities, which will include live music, food trucks, Mummers, Pop-up Twinkle Holiday Stop, over 30 themed Merchant destinations, a visit by Santa and Mrs. Claus, plus so much more.

Light Up The Legion

The second-annual Light Up The Legion is sponsored by Wingate Tree Service and will feature guest bartender–Committeeman Adam Wingate along with appetizers and lots of fun, with proceeds supporting American Legion Post 452.

Line Dancing with the Dance Bullies

Every Thursday, the Dance Bullies host Country Dance night at the Legion! Lessons are available, and the canteen will be serving ‘em up. There is a $10 cash cover at the door.

Hogs and Heroes Celebrity Bartending Fundraiser

Stop by for a cold one as The Hogs and Heroes Foundation NJ Chapter 1 Prez and Vice Prez, Crazy & Dawg, serve ’em up. All of their tips from the night will be donated in support of the Legion.

Open Mic Night @ The Legion

Open Mic Night @ The Legion! Musicians and singers are welcome to take the stage or be accompanied by the House Band. Come out and enjoy a great night of music with friends and support your local American Legion Post. $5 donation for the House Band is greatly appreciated.

Special Olympics Young Athletes

This FREE, inclusive sports program is open to children between the ages of 2 and 7! Each child must be accompanied by a parent or guardian and wear athletic shoes. Parents of kids with intellectual disabilities can sign their athletes up today!