The Week Ahead: Schools Planning Workshop, Santa Comes to Summit and More...
A weekly column that looks at the events you need to know about in Summit.
Morris Habitat for Humanity has opened its application period for a low-income condominium complex. We’ll take a look at what went into creating this project, and how to apply.
How has the changing retail landscape affected smaller boutique stores? We'll talk to Eric Model about why he chose to close up shop in downtown Summit, ending a family retail tradition that began with his family's Sealfons department stores. Also, a regional schools legislation forum featuring Summit's Dr. Nathan Parker has been cancelled.
Summit School’s “Planning for the Future” meeting will be held at Summit High School, again. This is the third or four decision-making workshop meetings the school board is sponsoring to help create 2012-2015 areas of focus.
Summit High School football team will be hosting the Madison High School football team at a breakfast in the Summit High School teacher's cafeteria at 9 a.m.
The Junior League of Summit kicks off its holiday gift shop 9:30 a.m. to 8 p.m at Second Time Around, 37 DeForest Ave.
Get into the holiday mood with a Harpsichord Concert by Candelight at Central Presbyterian Church, 70 Maple St.
Santa arrives with 2nd annual tree lighting ceremony in Summit. Festivities get underway at 3p.m. at Summit YMCA on Maple Street.