Lincoln Park Day 2016, Lincoln Park, NJ
Celebrating our 25th Anniversary this year!!
Lincoln Park Day will be celebrated on Saturday, September 24th 2016! The raindate is Sept. 25th.
Lincoln Park Day is a festival organized by members of the Lincoln Park Day Association, with support from the Borough of Lincoln Park, to celebrate community unity.
Attractions at the Municipal Complex include free entertainment on stage, exhibit booths and give-a-ways by local nonprofit organizations and businesses, free bouncy rides for kids of all ages. A large flea market and outdoor food fair are steps away on Main Street and Chapel Hill Rd. New this year, a free petting zoo, at Boro field from 10-2!
Let’s “Fill the Food Pantry” on Lincoln Park Day!
Please bring non-perishable food items to donate to the L.P. Food Pantry. Collection barrels will be set up at Boro Field by the goalpost, at Chapel Hill School parking area and at the corner of Main St. and Comly Rd. What a great way to celebrate community spirit!
We invite all non-profit organizations to participate by offering free spaces at the Borough Field. Any local businesses are also welcome to take advantage of this public relations opportunity. Games, give-a-ways and activities are encouraged at your exhibit. Retail sale of items are not allowed in this area, but fundraising activities are welcome, with prior approval.
If you would like to be part of the celebration, please fill out our online response form, www.lincolnparkday.org/about/contact-form , also located under ‘Info and Forms’ in the menu bars above, we will contact you with more information.
FLEA MARKET VENDORS WANTED-Flea Market contracts are available, copy and paste this link in your browser-
On Sunday, April 26, 2015 LPDA officers and members dedicated a bench at the Borough Complex in memory of Mary Ellen Choate, founder of Lincoln Park Day.
Front Row (L to R): Arnold Garrison; Joan Kerwin; David Baker; Rhonda Naidoff; Ellen Harrigan; Diana Scimeca ,Diana’s granddaughter, Ana Paloma. Rear (L to R): Jim Wild; Ray Kerwin; Maria McGrath; Randy Walker; Marianne Walker; and Bruce Naidoff.