Thursday, May 2, 2013
Check out what's happening this spring at the Caldwell Community Center.
The Caldwell Community Center has lots to report in its spring newsletter. Give Blood The Cooley's Anemia Foundation will host a blood drive at the community center, 1 Provost Square, on Saturday, May 4, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Walk-ins are welcome. For more information, call 1-800-688-0900 or visit www.redcelladvantage.com. Become a Lifeguard Lifeguard training and lifeguard recertification classes are being offered this spring and summer at the community center. Space is limited so early registration is suggested. Call 973-228-7665 or visit www.caldwell-nj.com/communitycenter for details. Register for Camp Caldwell Camp Caldwell registration is going on now and the center reports the full-day summer camp is filling up at at record rate…
Monday, April 29, 2013
Incident reported by an employee of the Caldwell Community Center remains under investigation.
- POLICE & FIRE
Monday, April 29
Caldwell Community Center members had their workouts interrupted Monday morning when the building was evacuated due to a report of a suspicious incident, a police official said. A report of suspicious activity was made by an employee of the community center at 1 Provost Square, at 9:02 a.m., Caldwell Police Chief James Bongiorno said. A check of the building by the Essex County Sheriff's Department K9 Unit and Bomb Squad did not reveal anything unusual, Bongiorno said. Members were told to remove their belongings and all bags were checked upon exiting the building. By 11 a.m., activity in the center had returned to normal. The incident remains under investigation. The Caldwell Community Center is a one-story building belonging to the …
Friday, March 8, 2013
Caldwell Community Center offering 10-week summer program.
The Caldwell Community Center will offer three options for summer camp for residents and non-residents of the borough. Registration is now open for Camp Caldwell, Sandlot Camp and Teen Camp. The 10-week programs offer daily pool time, arts and crafts, sports, dance, field trips, in-town adventures and an Olympics. Programs run from 9:15 a.m. to 4:45 p.m., and before-care and after-care are available at no extra cost from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. An Open House will be held on Saturday, March 9, from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m., for parents who wish to learn more about summer camp at the Caldwell Community Center. Tours will be held and counselors will be on hand to answer questions. Deadline to register for all camps is June 3. For more information, …
Thursday, February 7, 2013
Report other cancellations to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thursday, February 7
In anticipation of severe weather over the weekend, the Caldwell Community Center has announced some updates to its schedule: For more information, call director Rob Paterson at 973-228-7665.
Thursday, January 17, 2013
Practice your golf swing in heated indoor facility.
Thursday, January 17
Don't let your golf game get rusty over the winter. The Caldwell Community Center, 1 Provost Square in Caldwell, has an indoor golf facility. Group and private weekly lessons are offered, as well as weekly clinics for women, beginners and juniors. Discounted rates are available to members of the community center, juniors and seniors. Plus, take advantage of a high-tech launch monitor for proper club fitting and work on your swing with the help of two PGA golf professionals on staff with the SWINGHuge netted cage. For more information, contact Gordon Lawshe at 973-228-7665.
Thursday, December 13, 2012
Daisy and Brownie Troops donate gifts to earn their Community Service and Philanthropist badges.
Thursday, December 13, 2012
Daisy Troop 20089 and Brownie Troop 20174 recently presented holiday gifts for families in need to Maria Burak, director of human services for the Borough of Caldwell. The local first and third grade girls purchased wish list items off the giving tree at the Caldwell Community Center to help make the holidays a little brighter for others. The Daisy Troop members earned their Community Service badges and the Brownie Troop members earned their Philanthropist badges.
Friday, October 12, 2012
Writer is a local mom looking for families interested in joining Caldwell Community Center if they would extend childcare hours.
Friday, October 12, 2012
I wanted a chance to reach out to the families in our community, regarding the Caldwell Community Center in the center of our terrific town. This is a wonderful resource for local families and in case you didn't know—they just underwent some renovations that included an updated daycare room last month. As a West Caldwell Resident and working mother of two children, I would love to join this center due to the tremendous amount of activities and resources they have available! My only issue with joining the Caldwell Community Center is their babysitting hours. My girlfriends and I have small toddlers and would like to join with our families, but we don't have anyone that can watch our kids while we work out a few days a week. The only …
Thursday, September 27, 2012
Free two-week trial memberships offered to potential first-time members.
The Caldwell Community Center is ready for its close-up. The fitness center owned and operated by the borough of Caldwell has re-opened after closing earlier this month for a whirlwind two weeks of renovations. Improvements were made to every corner of the facility located on Provost Square, according to director Rob Paterson. The men's and women's locker rooms were renovated with new tile floors and walls, lockers and benches, the pool was emptied and repaired, and the gym floor was sanded and refinished. The fitness center was also expanded and includes a new free weight room and more space in the cycling room. Plus, $40,000 in new workout equipment is on order. "Now it looks like a real facility," said Paterson, who took over as …
Thursday, August 23, 2012
Advertiser's logo would be displayed at center court in gymnasium.
The Borough of Caldwell is looking for an advertiser to display its logo at center court in the gymnasium of the Caldwell Community Center. Proceeds from the sponsorship will be used to help pay for a scoreboard for the gym, according to the request for proposals (RFP) available on the borough's website. The scoreboard is estimated to cost $7,500. The potential advertiser would have an area approximately 10-feet in diameter in the middle of the hardwood basketball court to display its logo. The logo, the RFP states, would remain for a minimum of three years from the date it is installed. The installation would take place in the coming weeks when the town plans to refinish and restripe the hardwood floors in the gymnasium. According to the …
Wednesday, August 22, 2012
Plans include refinishing gymnasium floor and pool maintenance.
The Caldwell Community Center will be closed for renovations for approximately two weeks starting Friday, August 31. Plans include refinishing and restriping the gymnasium floor, pool maintenance and improvements and painting and upgrading locker rooms. The cycle room will also be expanded and new equipment will be introduced. Exterior improvements include replacing the stairs on the parking deck. Sections of the community center will re-open as work is completed. The goal is for the center to re-open fully on Monday, Sept. 17. The borough has set up a hotline for members of the community to check on the progress of the work. Call 973-228-7665. Regular email blasts will also be sent to members and updates will be posted at www.caldwell-…