In this week in Millburn and Short Hills, the towns are light on meetings but there is plenty to do for fun.
The first meeting isn't until Wednesday when the Recreation Commission meets at 8 p.m. in the Gero Recreation Center.
The only other meeting for the week is the Historic Preservation Meeting on the second floor of town hall at 7:30 p.m.
If meeting aren't for your here's what going on in town.
Millburn Scrabble Club
The Millburn Scrabble Club meets every Monday at the Millburn Public Library at 6:45 p.m. for games and tournaments. Tournaments are held on the last Monday of the month.
College Admissions Advising Consultation (Students in grades 9-12)
Barbara Aueron and Elisssa Caterfino Mandel of Collegiate Prep College Advisors are setting up individual consultations this month for students who will be applying to college in the fall. Consultations are also available for 9th and 10th grade students and their parents. To learn more about our comprehensive consultations please contact us firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Winston School Summer Camp Program
The Winston School will being holding summer camp this year. Some of our activities will include: Two week Sports Camp, One week Lego Camp, Four week Reading/Writing/Math Camp
Please contact The Winston School for details.
Screen political comedy film-Welcome to Mooseport
Following lunch at noon, we will screen the 2004 film, Welcome to Mooseport , in which a US president (Gene Hackman) who has retired after two terms in office returns to his hometown of Mooseport, Maine and decides to run for Mayor against another local candidate (Ray Romano). Cost $8 Adult Forum, Simcha Seniors, New Beginnings members, community participants $10. RSVP to Lois, 973-533-1809, with your sandwich order. Sandwich choices are: turkey, tuna, egg salad, pastrami, roast beef or corned beef.
Millburn Old Guard
All retired men who are Millburn residents, former residents or residents of neighboring towns are invited to join weekly year-round meetings with stimulating programs, speakers and good fellowship. There are opportunities to join groups for golf, bridge, bowling and shuffleboard. Potential candidates may contact Doug Reed, 973 763-4524, for information on activities.