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In Uncategorized on May 29, 2008 at 12:12 pm

May 31st,Graydon Pool Opens Welcome in the “Dog Days of Summer” at Graydon Pool on Saturday, May 31st The Ridgewood Department of Parks and Recreation and the Village Council will welcome in the new summer swim season with an opening day celebration on Saturday, May 31st beginning at noon (rain date will be Sunday, June 1st). Peter Spink will provide live music for adult enjoyment. Fun entertainment and gifts for the children will add to a full day of swimming, playing in the sand, bocce, shuffleboard, volleyball, basketball, and more. The evening will wind down with a movie on the beach beginning at 8:00 p.m. (bring a blanket and flashlight). You won’t want to miss the classic “My Dog Skip”! New amenities at Graydon Pool will include spray fountains in the kiddie area, shade-kites. Adirondack chairs, and a diffuser aeration system. The Water’s Edge Cafe will be open through the day offering lunch, dinner, snacks, beverages, and desserts, with plenty of seating under the trellis or umbrellas. Admission is free to all Ridgewood residents. Don’t miss out on the fun!

June 5th Tunes in June Kasschau Shell
RHS Band will play at the Kasschau Shell, Veteran’s Field at 8PM on June 5th. Bring your chair or blanket and enjoy free music under the stars! Rain site: Campus Center, Ridgewood High School, E. Ridgewood Ave.

June 22,Farmer’s Market Opens
Sundays, starting June 22, 2008 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Ridgewood Train Station Parking Lot For more information call the Chamber at (201) 445-2600

June 26th, 50th Anniversary Show Kasschau Shell
June 26 at 8:30pm Reminisce will perform Doo Wop music at the Kasschau Shell, Veterans Field. Bring your chair or blanket to enjoy this free concert under the stars! SPONSORS: The Ridgewood News

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  1. No comments on Graydon Pond? It’s really sad this town is holding back on upgrading this cesspool. I am a new resident (less than two years), and I gave it a chance. I let my kids swim on opening day last year. The color and smell of the water and the squishy bottom are disgusting. Sad to see Glen Rock and Hawthorne residents packing up their gear and enjoying their clean and fresh pools, and we’re stuck with this disgrace.

  2. They mucked out the bottom (finally) so that its no longer squishy. I was pleasantly surprised.

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