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  1. Bergen County EarthFest 2018

    May 20, 2018, 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ Overpeck Park Kayak Center

    Join Bergen County Parks and Hackensack Riverkeeper at the 5th Annual EarthFest Overpeck, a celebration of clean water and a healthy environment. The festival will run from 1-5p.m. at the amphitheater at Overpeck County Park in Ridgefield Park, NJ. The Recycled Regatta – a race between boats made from recycled/household materials – will kick off the day’s festivities at Noon at Overpeck Park Kayak Center near the 50 Fort Lee Road Leonia entrance. We invite “green” vendors, local environmental commissions, non-profit environmental groups, food trucks, and those looking to build a Regatta Regatta boat to participate. Interested in doing an environmental presentation? Call Hackensack Riverkeeper at 201-968-0808. This is a great day to showcase your passion for the environment!

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  2. PINKSTER FEST at Historic New Bridge Landing

    May 20, 2018, 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ Steuben House

    Experience history in one of the storied places where it was made! Pinkster is celebrated with a Maypole Dance at 1:30 & 3 pm with a participation session during the country dances. "Pinkster" derives from the Greek word, Pentecost, meaning “fiftieth day,” which originally signified the ancient Jewish celebration of the first fruits of the harvest, arriving seven weeks after Passover. On the seventh Sunday after Easter, Christians commemorate the descent of the Holy Spirit upon the Apostles. The English identified this holiday with the white garments of baptismal candidates, calling it Whitsunday or “White Sunday.” Among the Jersey Dutch, a rose-colored Azalea blossom, known as the “Pinxter blomachee,” was the May bush.Ridley and Anne Enslow are featured on fiddle and hammered dulcimer. Naturally dyed eggs for Pinkster in the Out Kitchen.

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