Hazel Eaton, our Director of Music at The Community Church of Mtn. Lakes, will be performing “Spooky Pipes: an Organ Concert” featuring works by J. S. Bach, César Franck, and Marcel Dupré in our sanctuary, Sunday, October 30 at 4 pm. Originally installed in 1971, the organ is a 3-manual Casavant with digital voices added by Ahlborn Galanti in 2009. Ms. Eaton holds a Bachelor of Music in Organ Performance from Westminster Choir College, where she studied with Alan Morrison. Appropriately for Halloween Eve, Ms. Eaton has chosen to share works that are both mysterious and whimsical in nature. From lively dances to familiar Halloween themes, this concert is sure to delight witches and ghouls of all ages! This free community concert is open to all, so invite your neighbors and friends. A reception will follow with an opportunity to discuss the program with Ms. Eaton.
The first Met Bus Trip of this fall is Tuesday, October 4th, to the ever popular Metropolitan Museum of Art. The second trip will be November 2nd to the Guggenheim Art Museum and the December trip will on December 7th to the Metropolitan Museum of Art. For a fee of $50, you will be provided coach bus service from the Community Church of Mtn. Lakes parking lot to the curb in front of the museum as well as a museum talk on the way in to the city and a snack and beverage on the way home. The museum entrance fee is on you so you are free to shop or visit a different museum if you choose to do that instead. The bus leaves at 9 am and returns around 4 pm. What an easy way to have a daytrip into the city! For more information or to sign up, please call the church office at 973-334-6500.
Now in its 25th year and better than ever! The Town Club Holiday Boutique offers a fabulous shopping experience at the Mountain Lakes Club with a fine selection of local and regional vendors of housewares, clothing, accessories, gourmet foods, cosmetics, and tabletop items. Daytime (10 – 4pm) and evening (6-9pm) hours.
Mountain Lakes is located in north-central New Jersey where the rolling hills of the New Jersey's Piedmont region meet the rocky outcroppings of the Highlands.
In 1910, Mountain Lakes was a rural woodland owned by a few families with names such as Righter, Grimes, Ball and Van Duyne. In the space of ten years, however, the entire face of Mountain Lakes changed from a wilderness of Dutch and English properties to a planned suburban community. Learn More