Dance in Huyler Park to Swing, Salsa, Waltz, Foxtrot & more Dance music.
6 pm-7:30 pm
Business Owners & Professionals –
Join us Wednesday June 7 6pm – 7:30 pm
IFish on County Road 9the old Friendlys)
for our Spring Networking Meeting
Paid Members Free
10am – 4pm (some sales may end earlier)
UPDATE: 66 Dean St cancelled Sat; will be open Sunday
Fri, Sat & Sun
19 South Browning Avenue
Laser discs, DVDs, Books, Toys, Newly Crocheted Baby Blankets, Household & Gardening Items and Lots More
3 Columbus Drive
Eclectic Collectibles, DVDs, Comics, Games, Sci-Fi, Books, Metaphysical Items, Records
6 W. Railroad Avenue
New designer clothing
160 Sussex Road
household items, furniture, jewelry, electronics. etc.
22 Louise Lane
huge multifamily – household items, clothing,handbags, toys,household items, furniture, jewelry, electronics. etc.
Sat & Sun
204 W Clinton Ave
(please park on side-street)
Furniture, baby toys, tv, dining room table
25 Woodhill Rd
Vintage furniture, toys, bikes, antique lighting fixtures, books, etc
21 Lindley Ave.
Clothing, Accessories, Jewelry, Housewares, Luggage, Home Decor, Electronics, Crafts, Scrapbooking supplies, Rubber Stamps
4 Lylewood Drive
kids toys, dvds, exercise bike, home decor
Sun66 Dean Dr
Clothing, household items and other miscellaneous
137 Piermont Rd
unused seasonal items for entertaining
87 Surrey Lane
(until-4pm). Gently used and well taken care of items ranging from CitySelect Strollers, electronics, children bikes, toys, clothes and housewares.
18 Louise Lane
household items, clothing, bags, computer parts, misc.
6 Coppell Drive
toys, child furniture, books, assorted household items
Support this project & our local Rotary’s entry in USA Today’s Community Service Contest. Vote at NVGreenway.org for a chance at a $100,000 prize.
Andrew Mikesh will speak on the progress the Rotary Clubs of Tenafly, Cresskill/Demarest and Northvale have made to getting rid of the railroad track from Tenafly to Northvale and replacing it with a park that includes pedestrian & bike paths.
May 3 – 6:30 pm
Enjoy the Street Fair and Special Offers by Tenafly Restaurants April 22 & 23. Reservations required.
Tax & gratuity not included.
20% off Big Plate Entrees – Dine In or Take Out
For reservations please call Axia Taverna / 201 569 5999
Between 11 am to 5 pm ($15)
Soup or salad
One cold appetizer
BABAGANOUSH Pureed smoked eggplant with garlic and sesame paste.
HUMMUS Mashed chick peas and tahini blended with garlic and lemon juice.
EGGPLANT IN TOMATO SAUCE Eggplant topped with sautéed fresh tomatoes and peppers.
BEAN PILAKI Beans, carrots, potatoes, and garlic in olive oil.
LEBNI Yogurt, mint, walnuts and garlic.
VEGETABLE PÂTE Mashed finely chopped vegetables with walnuts.
CACIK Yogurt with cucumbers, mint and a touch of olive oil.
WHEAT SALAD Cracked wheat, tomato, parsley, lemon juice and olive oil.
Pide (flat bread) with choice of topping:
Chopped beef and peppers
Potatoes and herbs
Feta cheese and parsley
Try out our newest Restaurant at 114 County Road. (Old Friendly’s) Very elegant inside (they’re waiting for warm weather to fix up the outside (nothing like trying to paint when its 30 degrees one day and 80 degrees the next.)
Kinara Indian Restaurant 201-399-7788
11:30 am – 3:30 pm
All you can eat buffet – $13.95
Three Course Prix Fixe Menu (Chinese) $25 per person
Guest Selection of One Soup
Guest Selection of One Appetizer
Guest Selection of One Entrée (served with white, brown, or vegetable fried rice)
Three Course Prix Fixe Menu (Japanese)
Guest Selection of One Appetizer
Guest Selection of One Entree
Five Course Set for $20.00
Choose One Appetizer:
Choose One Soup:
Choose One Dim Sum
Choose One Lo Mein (wheat noodle):
Choose One Entrée, all entrées come with white rice:
Sayola Tapas Restaurant 201-871-2182
Valid Between 4:30 PM AND 7:00
Pre Fix $29.95
Choice of Dessert & Regular Coffee
Join us Wednesday, April 5 for 2 exciting presentations:
Mingle from 5:30-6:30 pm at Paul Stefanowicz’s book signing for his new book Images of Modern America – TENAFLY. Try out Palmer’s Crossings 1/2 price Happy Hour while your visiting!
6:30 pm – Our speaker this month is Khuraira, from the makeup store of the same name on Washington Street. Discover the very exciting and significant things that can be done with just a little commitment.
You know your joining? – Click HERE.
It’s worth it to join the Tenafly Chamber –
You get lots of print exposure in The Suburbanite. Your listed as a member in the Mother’s Day and Holiday Parade ads and you get a small ad when you join by June 1.
You get a Mother’s Day giveway for your best clients – or just use the beautiful flowers to decorate your business (courtesy of Camberly Gardens).
You support programs to bring traffic to Tenafly like the NEW Dancing in the Huyler Park during summer Wednesdays, the Dumpling Festival, Coffee Week and Chamber Bucks and Tenafly Treasures Days (Town-wide garage sale).
You get to support Tenafly organizations and events hassle-free – the Dumpling Festival and Coffee Week help local groups raise up to $12,500. We support the Independence Day Fireworks with free Glow-sticks for kids and the Holiday Parade with hot chocolate, cookies and give-ways.
We have fun events 3 times/ year. We support new restaurants with kick-off parties a in June and September and we have our elegant annual dinner in January.
We appreciate your support and we try to make your dues go a long way with volunteer workers for most positions (OK, except for minute-taking – nobody wanted to do that unless we bribed them.)
Questions on any programs? Give me a call – Christine Evron at 201 805-6053 a call.
The membership packages are being mailed Friday night Feb 24 or just click the link HERE.
We’re pleased to have as our speaker Tenafly Police Chief Robert Chamberlain. Come to our first meeting of the 2017 Chamber Year. the meeting will be held in the Clinton Inn Palmers Crossing Wine Tasting Room at 6:30 pm.
Thursday, December 8 at 6 pm
Start: Washington & Tenafly Rds
Finish : Huyler Park
We will again be holding our Holiday Parade to Celebrate Our Differences Together. We will march behind the Tenafly fire truck up Washington to Huyler Park. There we will hear Tenafly High School’s Madrigal Singers, have a brief presentation or prayer from representatives of area religions and enjoy cookies and hot chocolate. Children will receive a small present from Santa or Sparky the Fire dog.