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Saturday looks to be the better of the two days with Saturday Late evening having some thunder storms and sunny being partly cloudy. Below are some activities that you can do close to home, indoors or out. 2 Activities require a bit of a Drive but are still not more than 1 and 1/2 away from the GW Bridge
Newark Museum
Zookeeper's Corner Saturday, July 26, 3–4 pm
Discover fascinating facts about the rare and unusual animals in our Mini Zoo by taking a gallery tour with one of our expert zookeepers.
Barnes & Noble Booksellers - Clifton
weekly storytime July 26, 2008 11:00 AM
Clifton Commons 395 Route 3 East Clifton, NJ 07014

New Jersey Childrens Museum
(201) 262-5151
Ahoy mates! Step aboard the New Jersey Children’s Museum for a day of swashbuckling fun! Come hear some Pirate adventures during story time. Make a Pirate craft to take home during craft time. Get a tattoo painted during hand painting. And try to find the buried treasure during our treasure hunt!

Canoe Tours
Grab a paddle and experience the great outdoors from the vantage point of a canoe.
There’s no better place to learn about salt marsh ecology than paddling along the
Hackensack River and its tributaries. This is an excellent way to view landscapes and
wildlife that cannot be seen from land. Tours launch from Mill Creek in Secaucus and
Sawmill Creek Wildlife Management Area in Lyndhurst. All trips are led by an
experienced NJMC tour guide. We supply all of the equipment and give you helpful tips
before setting out on the water.

Guided canoe tours are scheduled the following dates:
• Sunday July 26, 8:30 am from Sawmill Creek Wildlife Management Area
Participants should be at least 10 years old and have some canoeing experience. Preregistration
is required. The cost is $15 per person.
For directions to the marina or canoe launches, a registration form or more information
contact NJMC outreach Naturalist Gabrielle Bennett-Meany at (201) 460-4640.
Registration forms may also be picked up at the NJMC offices at One DeKorte Park
Plaza, Lyndhurst. You may also download them from our website,

Edgewater Theatre Saturday July 26
Thomas & Friends: The Great Discovery
(G - mins) 10:00 am.
Drive to
The Sterling Renaissance Festival
Pirate Revel
Come in costume and join the Dread Pirate Costume Competition, for children and adults, and win some pirate booty. Kids can attend a Pirate's Punch Party with pirate friends, and adult buccaneers can gather at the Festival pubs for a special mug of Grog as they parlay with the Festival's sea-fairing rogues.
Feast on pirate delicacies stolen from around the world, and fill your sea chests with exotic finery from Festival shops. Every pirate can sing so join in a sea shanty at any of the singing revels that take place throughout the day. Watch swash buckling swordplay on stages and in the lanes, bid on a wench or bloke at a Pirate Auction, and jeer at the Pirate Trails.
All things pirate return to port at the Pirate Revel happening at the Sterling Renaissance Festival, so grab your shipmates and prepare to come aboard, and don't forget your "Arg!"
This Map shows the grounds.
Tickets before any discounts are 22 for adults and 9.95 for Children (6-12) Under are free

Land Of Make Believe
Location: Just 2 miles from Route 80 exit 12 in Hope, New Jersey, 354 Great Meadows Road - Route 611
Rides and attractions for all ages plus a water park.

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