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Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Events and Schedules



2-Oct.-2013
  Some events in and around Bogota starting the week of 1-Oct-2013
  Bogota
  Sat. 5-Oct
   On Saturday 5-October there will be a pasta dinner at the Bogota Recreation Center. This is a fund raiser for a local group that is going to participate in the 2013 Avon Walk for Breast Cancer  starting on Saturday 19- October. The name of the walkers are " Laura's Mariners" in honor of  Laura Marin, who is under treatment for cancer.  The dinner is going to be held in the Bogota Recreation Center  located at 162 W. Main St. Bogota, NJ it will start at 4:00p and  go until 8:00p Tickets are on sale for $10 per person. Some of the items being served will be  to start with salad along with garlic bread. Main dishes of Spaghetti w/ meatball, Lasagna, Ziti, Sausage & Peppers , and Macaroni & Cheese.. Drinks will also be available. There will be a 50/50 raffle , with music & dancing to accompany the evening.  Process from this dinner will go to help sponsor " Laura's Mariners" in their participation of the NYC Avon Walk.
   For more information , and to buy tickets please contact Natasha  Trenard at 201-681-9655 or by email at laurasmariners@gmail.com . For information on just donating to  " Laura's Mariners" please go to https://secure2.convio.net/avon/site/Donation2?df_id=2760&PROXY_ID=6900013&PROXY_TYPE=20&FR_ID=2250&s_subsrc=bfiphone&s_src=boundlessfundraising


(it is asked that while attending this event you  inform them that you saw it on Bogota Blog NJ)

Hackensack
 Sat.5-Oct.
  The Hackensack  Main St. Business Alliance  will be sponsoring their Main Street Festival. This will take place from 10:00a to 6:00p. It will be located on Main Street between Atlantic , and Passaic Sts. Hackensack , NJ. Music will begin at 12:30 on the main Stage located at  Passaic Street.  Schedule to perform : At 12:30p  Mid-Atlantic High School, at 2:00p  Joestte Diaz and at 4:00p a performance by  
The Smithereens.



 Bogota
Sunday-6-Oct.
  The Trinity Lutheran Church will hold their annual Blessing of the Animals service. This will take place at 10:30a in the front of the church.  Trinity Church is located at 167 Palisade Ave. Bogota NJ.
For more information please contact the church at  201-487-3576




 Bogota
 Mon. 7-Oct.
 The Bogota Public Library will be starting it's " Reading Buddies" program This is a chance for Children in third Grade and younger to have their own personal Reading Buddy  to help them by reading with the student , and by being a listener as the student reads to them. These will be available  on Monday through Thursday starting at 3:30, and going to 5:00p.  It is ask to sign-up  the student for a time that is most convenient .For More information please contact the Bogota Public Library at 201-488-7185  or by email at  bogtcirc@bccls.org
 October is also  Food for Fines Month  The Library  will take donation of  non-perishable food items in lieu of payment. All items collected will go to the St. Joseph's Food bank. All items must be sealed , with no damages, not yet expired, in a box, can, bag or other plastic containers. Glass containers will not be accepted, and only non- refrigerated. Each one item will be worth up to $1.00 in fines. For more information about this and other Library program s for October please go to: http://www.bogotapubliclibrary.org/bpl/ 

In High School Sports
 The Bogota Lady Bucs Volleyball team had a 2-0 (25-8: 25-13) victory at Waldwick on Tuesday. This makes their record 8-2. Their next match is Wed. 2-Oct at Union Catholic. at 7:00p

Bogota Cross Country squads next meet is Wednesday 2- October at Garrett Mountain when the take on squads from Waldwick & Cresskill. This meet starts at 4:15.

  The next  Bogota Bucs Football game on Friday 4-October will be play at Feigel Field with a 7:00p  kick-off. This is one of the rare night games play at Home by the Bucs. Lights are set to be installed earlier in the day.  The 2-1 Bucs play host to 1-2 Weehawken on Friday 4- October at Feigle Field with a 7:00p Kick-off.





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