Passaic County, NJ Focus
Blog the Fifth: Covering Representative Scott Garrett and politics within the 5th District & New Jersey
Find local events in Passaic County through the Hawthorne Democrats' Calendar,
Passaic County Democracy for New Jersey
First Thursday of the Month
meets at Puzo's Restaurant (Upstairs)
4 Garfield Ave.
Hawthorne, NJ 07506
RSVP at www.dfalink.com/passaic
Passaic County DFA is a grassroots community of progressives. We meet each month to talk politics, plan events, and engage in citizen activism. Join us!
Passaic County DFA is a Coalition Partner with DFA New Jersey and Democracy for America.
Passaic County NAACP
The mission of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is to ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate racial hatred and racial discrimination.
President: Calvin Merritt
PO Box 1600
Passaic County Young Democrats:
668 McBride Ave
West Paterson, NJ
Click here for their Facebook page
Hawthorne Democrats The local Democratic Party of Hawthorne, NJ
Meets the 4th Tuesday of every month, 8 PM at the Llewellyn Fire House (no meeting listed in August)
For a schedule of local events, go here.
And show your true colors with a Hawthore Dems T-shirt.
Free delivery in Hawthorne!
Click Contact (top right) to email your request!
(or call 973-636-9300, to place an order)
$15 each, or two for $25 – Extra Large Adult size only. (Additional sizes may be available soon, let us know what you need and we’ll contact you when they arrive.)
Join the Passaic County Democrats:
Passaic County Democratic Committee
668 McBride Avenue
Woodland Park, NJ 07424
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Bear Swamp Farm Community Supported Agriculture
81 Otterhole Road
West Milford, New Jersey 07480
Bear Swamp Farm CSA is a small organic community supported agriculture farm located at 81 Otterhole Road in West Milford, NJ. The 20-week minimum season runs from mid-June until the end of October (or longer, weather permitting). The 2009 season will include 29 vegetables, 6 herbs and 2 fruits. An average of 4 different varieties of each vegetable will be grown, totaling around 100 varieties. The cost of a full share for the 2009 season is $600. ($30/week or less). Please visit our website for more information.