UPDATED 2 p.m. - Town Day is all set for Saturday, Sept. 29.
As of Friday afternoon, there have been no announcements made from the Recreation Director regarding any plans to postpone to a rain date. The weather forecast, according to the National Weather Service, calls for a slight chance of showers for Saturday.
The free annual Town Day event, presented by the Recreation Department, at Woodland Park runs from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. featuring free food, live music, fun for the kids and dozens of community organizations who will all be on hand with information, giveaways, and more.
Some of the expected highlights:
The band Double Tap, featuring Hasbrouck Heights' own Carla Culkin, will once again provide the live entertainment for this event.
The Police Department will be on hand to take expired and unwanted medications from residents who wish to dispose of these drugs safely as part of Operation Take Back New Jersey.
The Junior Women's Club will host its Baby Beautiful contest where people can cast votes for their favorite baby photo for a $1 donation that will benefit The Seeing Eye.
The Environmental Commission will distribute this year's new borough calendar which will feature, for the first time, images of the posters borough children created earlier this year in the annual environmental poster contest.
Patch will update if there are any changes regarding the event set for Saturday.