LEONIA, N.J. --The annual Leonia Day celebration will be from 1-5 p.m. Sunday in Wood Park.
The town-wide festival will celebrate Arbor Day, Earth Day and Leonia's diversity and cultural resources.
The Leonia High School Jazz Band, the Still Standing Band and the KGB Band will play at the festival. There will be lots of things for the kids to enjoy, such as:
- A petting zoo
- Pony rides
- Small furry animals and raptors
- A bounce house and giant slide
- Jinxx the clown
The festival will be a great occasion to hang out, enjoy old friends and meet new ones.
Leonia’s nonprofit organizations, including Leonia Schools and Commissions, are invited to set up information tables, sell food or other items, promote their upcoming activities and recruit new members.
The Bergen County Utilities Authority will be in the Beechwood parking lot from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. with a paper shredder. The authority also encourages residents to drop off old electronics for recycling.
Wood Park is at 370 Broad Ave., Leonia.
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