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2018 Special Events at the Environmental Education Center
The following annual events are conducted at the Environmental Education Center. The EEC is located at 190 Lord Stirling Road in Basking Ridge. For directions, please click here. For additional information, please call the EEC at 908 766-2489.

Nature Through A Child’s Eye     
This annual children's environmental art exhibit features Somerset County kindergartners through sixth graders who have expressed their love of our natural world, our environment, and our Earth through their artwork.
FREE 
Friday, January 5 through Sunday, February 4, 2018 
9:00am-4:30pm except Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

Maple Sugaring
Maple sugaring is a tradition in the Northeast that began centuries ago with the Native Americans and colonists. People of all ages are invited to see this tradition brought to life at the Environmental Education Center (EEC). You will see how trees are tapped, view sap-collecting methods past and present, and see the boiling process that produces delicious New Jersey maple syrup. This 90-minute program is conducted at our Sugar Shack, a ½-mile hike from the EEC. Please arrive at the EEC 20-30 minutes before the program start time and dress appropriately for the weather conditions. Boots are recommended as the trails can be wet, muddy, and/or covered by snow. Organized groups (such as schools) may schedule weekday demonstrations by calling the EEC at 908 766-2489, ext. 332.
Suggested donation: $1 per person
February 17, 18, 24, 25
March 3, 4, 5, 10, 11
Saturdays - 10:00am, Noon, and 2:00pm
Sundays - Noon and 2:00pm

Project E.A.R.T.H – Swamp Search!
April 29
Join us for an exciting scavenger hunt on the Environmental Education Center trails to learn about the importance of the Great Swamp as an ecological and recreational resource. Learn interesting facts about the Great Swamp and its inhabitants. This event is for friends, families, scouts or other groups to get outside and travel our trails to find answers to our scavenger hunt questions. Return to the EEC for a "Mammal Mania" program by Travis Gale from Eyes Wild. See the Family Program Series for more information. Rain or shine, please call the EEC for scavenger hunt status in case of inclement weather.
Free
12 Noon - 4:30pm
Environmental Education Center, Basking Ridge
908 766-2489

The County Caper Accelerated!
August 18
The County Caper Accelerated! is a one day game that takes adults on an interactive tour of Somerset County parks and facilities. Challenge your mental and physical capabilities while completing fun tasks throughout the day as your team races against the clock. This exciting event for those who crave adventure in their own backyard.
Fee $20
9am-4pm
Environmental Education Center, Basking Ridge
908 766-2489

The County Caper
August 19
The County Caper is a one day game that takes families and friends on an interactive tour of Somerset County parks and facilities. It is designed to encourage everyone to explore, learn, and protect our parks and other natural areas. This special event is open to everyone with a yearning to discover all Somerset County has to offer.
Fee $20
8am-5pm
Environmental Education Center, Basking Ridge
908 766-2489

The Lord Stirling 1770s Festival
October 7
Travel back in time as exhibitors and militias recreate colonial life on the site of Lord Stirling's Manor. Enjoy an educational and exciting day in the 1770's.
Suggested donation: $5 per person
11:30am – 4:30pm

Environmental Education Center, Basking Ridge
908 766-2489

"By the Light of the Moon"
Friday, October 12 (rain date: Oct. 13)
(All Ages)
Led by a Naturalist, adventurers will explore the Great Swamp while listening for animal sounds and using their night vision to walk the swampy trails beneath the stars. Walks will depart every 15 minutes with concurrent indoor activities including a maze, live critters, refreshments, and more. Rain date: October 17
6:30pm - 7:30pm
Fee: $6 per person
Environmental Education Center, Basking Ridge
908 766-2489

Live Animal Show
Sunday, October 14
(All Ages)
Join us for a wild afternoon of fun! Eyes of the Wild will be presenting a live animal show where you will meet some of nature's coolest creatures. Pre-registration not required.
1:00pm-2:00pm
Suggested donation: $5 per person

40th Annual Festival of Trees - Application (pdf) Schedule of Musical Performances (pdf)
December 1-18
(closed December 23 -25 in observance of the Christmas holiday)
December is the time to visit the Environmental Education Center and get into the holiday spirit. The Festival of Trees is an indoor exhibit of decorated trees by various community groups and individuals. Come and enjoy live holiday music on select Saturdays and Sundays. Snowflake Café on all Saturdays and Sundays. Daily hours: 9:00am – 4:30pm.
Environmental Education Center, Basking Ridge 908 766-2489

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Rider and her horse

2018 Special Events at Lord Stirling Stable
The following events are held at the Lord Stirling Stable. The Stable is located at 256 South Maple Avenue in Basking Ridge. For directions, please click here. For additional information, please call the Stable at 908 766-5955.

Dressage Show (Friends of Lord Stirling Stable)
March 11
This show is open to Lord Stirling Stable riders and private horses/riders. Equestrians may enter to ride their choice of dressage tests. Ribbons awarded. Please visit the Friends' website (www.flss.org) for more information.
Lord Stirling Stable, Basking Ridge
908 766-5955

Private Horse Hunter Pace (co-sponsored by Friends of Lord Stirling Stable)
April 22

Open to private horse owners. The 6-8 mile marked course includes 30+ jumps, all with ample room to bypass for riders who prefer to stay on the flat. Ribbons will be awarded in Junior, Open, Senior, Hilltopper, and Family divisions.
Fee: $35 per Junior rider (under 18 years of age), $40 per Adult
Teams depart between 9am – 1pm
Lord Stirling Stable, Basking Ridge
908 766-5955

35th Annual Family Fun Day (co-sponsored by the Friends of Lord Stirling Stable)
May 6
Games on horseback are the centerpiece of this fun-filled day at Lord Stirling Stable, but that's not all we've got! Pony rides and hayrides make horses accessible to everyone; local vendors offer their specialties for sale; and child-friendly arcade games ensure that everyone is a winner. The Friends have food and beverages available for purchase, so bring the kids, bring your appetite, and enjoy a day on the farm.
8am – 4pm
Lord Stirling Stable, Basking Ridge
908 766 5955

Spring Adult Horse Show (Friends of Lord Stirling Stable)
June 10
This event is open to students of the stable. Class levels range from beginners through advanced jumping. The Adult Drill Team performs at 1pm. The public is welcome; admission and parking are free. Ribbons awarded.
8:30am
Lord Stirling Stable, Basking Ridge
908 766 5955

Spring Junior Horse Show
June 9
This event is open to students of the stable. Classes range from beginner through advanced jumping. The Junior Drill Team performs at 1pm. The public is welcome; admission and parking are free. Ribbons awarded.
8:30am
Lord Stirling Stable, Basking Ridge
908 766 5955

Private Horse Hunter Pace (Co-sponsored by Friends of Lord Stirling Stable)   
September 9
Open to private horse owners. The 6-8 mile marked course includes 30+ jumps, all with ample room to bypass for riders who prefer to stay on the flat. Ribbons will be awarded in Junior, Open, Senior, Hilltopper, and Family divisions.
Fee: $35 per Junior rider (under 18 years of age), $40 per Adult
Teams depart between 9am – 1pm
Lord Stirling Stable, Basking Ridge
908 766-5955

Fall Festival (Friends of Lord Stirling Stable)
October 27
The Friends of Lord Stirling Stable offer themed hayrides, pony rides, and other child-friendly activities at the 2nd Annual Fall Festival. For additional information please visit their website, www.flss.org.
5pm – 8pm
Lord Stirling Stable, Basking Ridge
908 766-5955

Holiday Horse Shows
December 1-2
Cheer for Lord Stirling Stable’s students as they showcase the horsemanship skills that they have been working on in lessons. Show classes range from beginner through advanced jumping levels. A drill team performance highlights the lunch break each day. Ribbons awarded. The public is welcome; admission and parking are free. 
9am
Lord Stirling Stable, Basking Ridge
908 766-5955

Holiday Festival (Friends of Lord Stirling Stable)
December 1-2
Take a hayride to see Santa Claus, ride a pony, decorate ornaments, and enjoy many other activities. Find that perfect gift at the Silent Auction, which benefits the School Horse Retirement Fund.  Fees vary; admission, parking, hayrides & pony rides are free.
10am – 3pm
Lord Stirling Stable, Basking Ridge
908 766-5955

Jingle Bell Trail Ride 
December 9
A short break from holiday preparations can feel like a vacation when you are on the back of a horse! Registration is open from November 27 – December 7. For riders at Intermediate 2/C-2 and higher levels.
11am – Noon
Fee: $28 Somerset County resident/$36 non-resident
Lord Stirling Stable, Basking Ridge 
908 766‑5955


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Leonard J. Buck Garden

2018 Special Events at Leonard J. Buck Garden
The following events are conducted at Leonard J. Buck Garden. Buck Garden is located at Layton Road in Far Hills. For directions, please click here. For additional information, please call Buck Garden at 908 234-2677.

Art and Photography Exhibit 
February 20 – March 16
This exhibit will feature photographs, paintings, and drawings showcasing the four seasons at Leonard J. Buck Garden.  See the garden’s many faces through the works of talented artists and photographers.  This exhibit will be held at the Leonard J. Buck Garden Visitor Center.
Suggested Donation
10am – 4pm Monday – Friday only
Leonard J. Buck Garden, Far Hills
908 234-2677

Woodland Walks          
April and May         
Sunday afternoons in April and May(except holiday weekends)                                                     
Brighten your spring with a captivating and informative tour of the Leonard J. Buck Garden. Enjoy the magnificent drifts of native wildflowers and spring perennials blooming throughout the garden, as well as azaleas, dogwoods, and many colorful flowering shrubs and trees.  Discover the great variety of plants growing among the rock formations and woodlands, and immerse yourself in the natural beauty that surrounds you. Tours will be held on April 8, 15, 22, 29, and May 6, 13, and 20. Please No Organized Groups.
Fee: $7 per person
2pm
Leonard J. Buck Garden, Far Hills
908 234-2677

Honey Bees: One of our Favorite Pollinators
April 5
Do you know how a bee finds its way home? Join apiarist John Garretson and learn interesting facts about bees. Topics include a bee’s life span, their jobs in the colony, who rules the hive, honey production and more. This educational and fun program is geared toward everyone who wants to know and learn the latest buzz on bees. Emphasis on honey bees.
Fee: $15
1:00pm – 2:00pm
Leonard J. Buck Garden, Far Hills
908 234-2677

Spring Plant Sale and Earth Day Celebration     
April 21 & 22
Enhance your garden with some spectacular new plant treasures, and help us celebrate Earth Day.  Weekend highlights include a plant sale featuring many choice selections of perennials, ferns, and woody plants. There will be inspiring garden lectures, and guided tours of this magnificent naturalistic rock garden.  This event is co-sponsored with the Watnong Chapter North American Rock Garden Society. 
Suggested Donation
Saturday 10am – 5pm and Sunday Noon – 5pm
Leonard J. Buck Garden, Far Hills
908 234‑2677

Flower & Landscape Garden Photography Workshop
May 8                                                                                                                                         This Flower & Landscape Photography Class is offered to beginner and intermediate photography enthusiasts by professional photographer, Brien Szabo. This class will involve technical instruction in the Buck Garden Visitor Center, followed by outdoor photography of plant close-ups and landscape scenes. The workshop is designed for both digital and film photographers. Pre-registration is required; space is limited.
Fee: $35
9am -11:30am  
Leonard J. Buck Garden, Far Hills
908 234-2677, ext. 21

Focus on Ferns
June 7
Join Teacher/Naturalist Dorothy Smullen as she guides you through the fascinating world of ferns. Learn their history, reproductive habits, how to identify them and more.
Fee: $15
9am -11.00am
Leonard J. Buck Garden, Far Hills
908 234-2677

Make a Hypertufa Mini-Trough
July 6
Hypertufa is a handmade material which resembles “tufa,” a rugged volcanic rock used to make planting troughs. These containers are especially suited for small rock garden plants. You will learn how to make your own hypertufa mini-trough and receive instructions for curing it at home. Wear work clothes as the process can be messy. Workshop fee includes the cost of supplies. Pre-registration is required. Enrollment is limited to 10 participants.
Fee: $40
10am – 11:30am
Leonard J. Buck Garden, Far Hills
908 234-2677

The Magical Mysterious Monarch
August 23
For years, scientists wondered about the wanderings of monarch butterflies. Large numbers of monarchs are seen during the summer and early fall in the northern regions of the United States, and then great swarms are seen flying south. But until the 1970s, no one knew where they went during the winter. Join Cynthia Hedin, Somerset County Master Gardener, to learn about the discovery of the monarch’s winter destination, and about the magical life cycle of the monarch.
Fee: $15 per person
10am – 11:30am
Leonard J. Buck Garden, Far Hills
908 234-2677, ext. 21

Art in the Garden - Watercolors in the Garden
September 20     Rain Date: September 21                                                                                  
Nature and wildlife artist Beatrice Bork will lead a one-day class at Leonard J. Buck Garden to capture the garden’s beauty in watercolor. Students will be guided in choosing a location when painting outdoors, paint application, mixing colors, composition, and how to create a finished watercolor painting. Basic drawing skills are recommended. Call for art supply list and bring your lunch. Ms. Bork, internationally known nature and wildlife artist, has received many special achievements and awards during her career. Pre-registration; space is limited Fee: $40
9:30am – 3pm
Leonard J. Buck Garden
908 234-2677, ext. 21

Flower & Landscape Photography – Autumnal Brilliance
October 23
While each season in Buck Garden has its own special qualities, none are quite as spectacular as the colors of the trees and shrubs in the fall.  Lecture and field session will cover the use of light, composition, landscape photography, close-ups, and how to find the right picture.  The workshop will be taught by nature photographer Brien Szabo. The class is designed for all levels of digital and film photographers. Pre-registration is required.
Fee:  $35 per person
9am – 11:30am
Leonard J. Buck Garden, Far Hills
908 234-2677

Thankful Lights - Floating Luminaries at Leonard J. Buck Garden
November 16
Borrowed from a traditional Japanese ceremony, floating a candle on water is thought to awaken the spirit of nature within us all. You will create your own lantern and decorate it with a personalized message, attach it to your illuminated float, and release it on Buck Garden’s Lower Pond. Come, see, and experience how magical the floating lights are as they drift on the water into the night. Materials will be supplied. Pre-registration is required.
Fee: $15 per person
5pm - 6:30pm
Leonard J. Buck Garden, Far Hills
908 234-2677

tour of the Perennial Garden

2018 Special Events at Colonial Park Gardens
The following programs/events will be held in the Colonial Park Gardens in Franklin Township. For additional information or to register for programs that have a fee, please call 732 873-2459 ext. 21 or the NJ Relay Service at 711 for individuals with a hearing and/or speech impairment. Online registration is also available at www.somersetcountyparks.org. All programs are rain or shine, unless otherwise noted. If you have individualized needs due to a disability, please call the Therapeutic Recreation Department at 908 526-5650 and we will be happy to arrange reasonable accommodations. Three weeks notice is required to ensure that appropriate accommodations can be provided.

TERRARIUMS – A MINIATURE ECOSYSTEM IN GLASS (PDF)
Saturday, January 27 10am – 12pm Fee: $40/person, ages 12 – adult (Limit: 12 people)
Pre-registration by Monday, January 22 is required.
Explore the interesting world of terrariums with Colonial Park Gardens staff. Participants will build a miniature landscape of greenery and moss that will sustain itself all year round with minimum care. Please bring gloves if you wish. All supplies will be provided. The program will be held at the Park Commission Headquarters at North Branch Park located at 355 Milltown Road, Bridgewater. Please meet at the reception area.

JOSEPHINE – THE EMPRESS GARDENED (PDF)
Saturday, February 10 11am – 12:30pm (Rain date: February 17) Free
Pre-registration by Friday, February 9 is required.
Colonial Park Gardens welcomes Garden Historian Lesley Parness for a very special lecture. French Empress Josephine's fine taste informed 18th and 19th century style, from couture fashion to interior design. Likewise, was she influenced by her Caribbean heritage, her narrow escape from the guillotine, and her legendary love for flowers. When divorced from her husband, Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte, this powerful style-maker and lifelong fashionista focused her energies on her estate, Malmaison. There, Josephine's passion for plants grew and bloomed. Her legendary love of roses stopped a war, cost a fortune, set explorers to sail, and started a floral industry that endures today. The program will be held at the Park Commission Headquarters at North Branch Park located at 355 Milltown Road, Bridgewater. Please meet at the reception area.

VOLUNTEER ROSE PRUNING EVENT
Saturday, March 24 9am – Noon Pre-registration by Wednesday, March 21 is required.
Colonial Park Gardens will present a free rose pruning workshop at the Rudolf W. van der Goot Rose Garden. After the training, volunteers will have the opportunity to help prune the roses. Please bring a pair of sharp pruning shears and gardening gloves. A limited number of pruners will be available to borrow. Please meet at the entrance of the Colonial Park Rose Garden, Lot A.

FOREST BATHING
Saturday, April 8 & September 9 Noon - 2pm Fee: $20/person (Limit: 12 people)
Pre-registration by Wednesday, April 4 & September 5 is required.
The Japanese practice of Shinrin-yoku, which translates as "forest bathing" is intended to help foster a connection with nature that feeds mind, body, and spirit. Join Off The Grid Yoga instructor Lauren Theis for a forest bathing experience at Colonial Park Gardens. The experience will include an easy, slow hike through the gardens and arboretum, and a very gentle yoga session, suitable for both beginners and experienced practitioners. It will also include mediation and centering sessions intended to encourage the nurturing qualities of being present within nature. Participants are encouraged to bring a small blanket or towel to sit on, water, and suitable shoes for walking. Please meet at the entrance of the Colonial Park Rose Garden, Lot A.

LITTLE WIGGLERS - HOW TO MAKE YOUR OWN COMPOSTING BIN
Saturday, May 19 10am - Noon
Fee: $25/child ages 5—12 (Limit: 10 children & must be accompanied by an adult)
Pre-registration by Monday, May 14 is required.
Vermicomposting is the term used for composting with worms. In this fun and educational workshop, children will assemble their own 'take home' worm bins; learn the basics of vermicomposting and the benefits of recycling their kitchen scraps in order to make compost. All supplies will be provided. Please meet at the Colonial Park Gardens Stone Cottage, Lot A.

CELL PHONE PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP
Sunday, May 20 & September 23 10am – Noon Fee: $20/person (Limit: 12 people)
Pre-registration by Wednesday, May 16 & Sep. 19 is required.
They say the best camera for the job is the one you have with you. These days that camera is your smartphone! Photographer Joy Yagid will lead this hands-on workshop where participants will learn the best tips and tricks to get the most out of personal cellphone photography in nature. Joy will individually guide students in identifying photo opportunities, and share how to edit these photos directly on their personal smartphones. Please meet at the Colonial Park Gardens Horticulture Building, Parking Lot A.

GUIDED TOURS OF THE RUDOLF W. VAN DER GOOT ROSE GARDEN
Thursday, May 31 at 6pm & Sunday, June 3 at 2pm $5/person
Pre-registration is not required.
The public is invited to tour the internationally recognized Somerset County Park Commission Rudolf W. van der Goot Rose Garden. The garden is in full spring beauty in May and June when thousands of varieties of roses of both modern and historic significance are in peak bloom. Tours for individuals and families will be led by the Colonial Park Gardens Rosarian or designated staff. Please no organized groups. Please meet at the entrance of the garden.

ROSE DAY FESTIVAL
Saturday, June 9 11am – 5pm Free (Donations appreciated)
Colonial Park Gardens annual Rose Day Festival celebrates one of the first signs of summer…Roses in Bloom! In the heart of the park, the Rudolf W. van der Goot Rose Garden displays thousands of many varieties, both modern and of historic significance. Visitors are invited to celebrate and revel in the day by strolling through the gardens, enjoying music and live entertainment, meeting local artisans, and indulging in some great food! Back by popular demand, rose plants will also be for sale. You will be sure to find a fun activity for festival-goers of any age!

SENSE & SCENTS-ABILITY
Saturday, August 4 11am - 2pm Free (Donations appreciated)
Begin the day with a tour of the Fragrance and Sensory Garden and learn about the many plants that highlight this beautiful garden. You will get a chance to see, smell, touch, and taste the essence of summer herbs. Following the tour, there will be a lecture on the benefits of herbs. Expect the unexpected while enjoying a relaxing visit to the garden. Please meet at the entrance of the Colonial Park Rose Garden/Fragrance & Sensory Garden.

HOLIDAY SWAG WORKSHOP
Saturday, November 24 10 – 11:30am $35/person (Limit: 12 people)
Pre-registration by Nov. 19 is required.
North Branch Park, 355 Milltown Road, Bridgewater, NJ 08807
Get a jump on your holiday decorating by making your own outdoor swag. Colonial Park Gardens' creative staff will guide you while you work with materials such as fresh pine, fir, boxwood, cedar, and arborvitaes. Cones, berries, and ribbon will add additional flair. All materials will be provided but please bring a box to carry home your beautiful creation. Please meet at the reception area.


Turkey Trot

2018 Special Events in the Parks

Dog Walks (Friends of Lord Stirling Stable) 
January 1
The January 1st walk is 1:30pm – 2:30pm. Regular weekly dog walks are held on Saturdays 10:30am – 11:30am, except May 27 - August 26 when the walks are 9:30am – 10:30am.
Fee: $3 per dog
Lord Stirling Stable, Basking Ridge
908 766-5955

National Trails Day
June 2 @ 9am
Come celebrate National Trails Day and help us maintain the beautiful trails at the Sourland Mountain Preserve. Rain date is June 4.
Free
Sourland Mountain Preserve, 421 East Mountain Road, Hillsborough, NJ   08844
908 231-0802 ext.22

Independence Day Family Festival     
July 4
Event details to be determined.  
Free
5pm - 11pm
North Branch Park
Food...Fireworks...Fun...
HISTORICAL - Third New Jersey Regiment "Jersey Blues" Revolutionary War Encampment - 6pm - 9pm
FIREWORKS DISPLAY - Schaefer Fireworks - 9:30pm
North Branch Park, Bridgewater  908 722-1200 x225
Come celebrate Independence Day with spectacular fireworks!  North Branch Park gates will open at 6pm to allow vehicles to enter the park, and the fireworks display will be held at 9:30pm.  Visitors should plan to arrive early.  Food will be available for purchase, and a Revolutionary War encampment will re-create life during the 1770’s.  Park visitors should bring lawn chairs or blankets while they enjoy time in the park before the Independence Day fireworks begin.  Picnic baskets are also allowed, but alcohol is prohibited. 
For your safety and enjoyment, Somerset County Park Commission and the Bridgewater Police offer the following information so you may plan ahead. Arrive early to avoid parking delays.
Please note: Vehicular traffic exiting the park after the fireworks will be delayed for about 30 minutes to allow pedestrians to cross Milltown Road. In case of inclement weather, fireworks only will be held on Tuesday, July 5. Call the Activity Hotline at 908 722-1200, option 2 for an update.For more information call 908 722-1200 . Individuals with hearing impairments may use the Relay Service @ 711. No parking will be permitted along Routes 202 & 22 Sponsored by. The Courier News, and Horizon Services.

Friday Nights at the Drive-in Movies 
July 20, 27
Travel back in time with drive-in movies just like in the 50's - complete with large screen.
Free
8:30pm
Duke Island Park, Bridgewater
908 722-1200 ext. 351

Mischief Night Madness   
October 26 (Rain Date 27)     
Enjoy a game of miniature golf with the ghouls.  Wear your costume and get a free goodie bag. Free cider and donuts along with moonlight hay rides, spooky tales from the witch’s cauldron, and a Park Ranger guided night hike.
Fee: $10 per family, $8 for two ghostly golfers
4pm - 9pm
Colonial Park Putting Course, Franklin 
908 722-1200 ext. 226

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Golfer at NVGC

2018 GOLF TOURNAMENTS

The 201 golf tournaments require pre-registration and an entrance fee. Application forms are available at the Golf Shops.

14th Annual William W. Anderson Match Play Tournament (Men and Women)
April 21 - 22 and April 28 - 29 Neshanic Valley Golf Course
18-Hole Medal Play. Open to registered golfers, ages 10 and older. Tournament format is match play for low 16 stroke play qualifers.
Fee: TBD
Neshanic Valley Golf Course, Branchburg
908 369-8200

Club Championships
Warrenbrook – Saturday and Sunday May 19th -20th.
Green Knoll – June 2nd & 3rd
Spooky Brook – June 23rd & 24th
Quail Brook – July 14th – 15th
Neshanic Valley – August 4th – 5th
Open to registered golfers, age 10 and older. Tournament format is 36-holes, low gross. Prizes are in the form of gift certificates awarded to first, second, and third place finalists. Call for entry fees.
Tee times vary
Branchburg, Bridgewater, Franklin, and Warren
908 369-1458 ext. 427

59th Annual Dr. Michael S. Kline Memorial
Somerset County Golf Tournament (Men and Women)
Round 1 – Spooky Brook – Saturday – Sept. 8th
Round 2 – Warrenbrook  - Sunday – September 9th
Round 3 – Quail Brook – Saturday – September 15th
Round 4 – Green Knoll – Sunday -  September 16th
Open to registered golfers, ages 10 and older. Players must have a 2017 USGA Handicap. Flights conducted at designated courses. Awards in each flight. Medal play. Call for entry fees.
Tee times vary
Branchburg, Bridgewater, Franklin, and Warren
908 369-1458 ext. 427

40th Annual Senior Golf Tournament (Men and Women)
Tuesday, September 18, Spooky Brook Golf Course
18-Hole Medal Play
Open to registered senior golfers, ages 62 and older, men and women. Players compete in flights based on age. Awards in each flight. Fee: TDB
Quail Brook Golf Course, Franklin
732 560-9199


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