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  • The Township of Boonton

    About Boonton Township: Boonton Township is a pastoral community comprised of approximately 8 square miles nestled among the rolling hills and fields of the Rockaway Valley in north central Morris County. Boonton Township has managed to preserve much of its natural characte...

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  • Town Of Boonton

    Covering a geographic area of 2.45 square miles, the Town of Boonton is located in northeastern Morris County, about 22 miles west of the George Washington Bridge and seven miles north of Morristown on Rte. 287. It's an established community with an abundance of park lands, ...

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  • Tri-Town Chamber Of Commerce

    About The Tri-Town Chamber of Commerce (TTCC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the businesses, merchants, residents, and volunteers of Boonton, Boonton Township and Mountain Lakes. That support includes: marketing member offerings; distributing informati...

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  • Moms Club of Boonton Area

    Welcome to the MOMS (MOMS Offering Moms Support) Club of Boonton Area. We are a local chapter of The International MOMS Club. We are a nonprofit 501C organization specifically for stay at home moms. We have over two thousand chapters and over one hundred thousand members in...

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  • Boonton Public Schools

    Mission Statement: The Boonton School District, in partnership with the community, will prepare all students to achieve the New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards at all grade levels and motivate each graduate to productively contribute to society by providing a rig...

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  • The Boonton Historical Society and Museum

    The Boonton Historical Society and Museum was founded in 1959 by a group of business people and others who were interested in preserving and promoting Boonton's history, which dates to the mid-1700's. The original village of Boonton now lies under the Jersey City Reservoir. ...

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  • Boonton Holmes Public Library

    About the Library: Boonton's first library, financed by subscription, opened in 1890 and in short time, needed larger quarters. Knowing the value of a town library, a leading citizen named James Holmes, willed his house and a sum of money to the people of Boonton upon his d...

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  • The Land Conservancy of New Jersey

    The Land Conservancy of New Jersey – formerly Morris Land Conservancy – provides creative solutions to concerned individuals, landowners, corporations, and municipalities who want to take action to protect New Jersey’s land and water resources, preserve wil...

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  • Rockaway Valley School

    The mission of the Boonton Township School district is to provide a solid educational foundation for all students, while challenging them to fulfill their individual potential. This potential is best achieved through a diversified curriculum designed to meet the needs and as...

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  • Town of Boonton

    Covering a geographic area of 2.45 square miles, the Town of Boonton is located in the northwest part of Morris County, about 22 miles west of the George Washington Bridge and 7 miles north of Morristown. Boonton is an old established community with an abundance of park land...

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  • Women's Theater Company

    Mission: The Women's Theater Company mission is to provide a fertile environment for the advancement of professional women theater artists and to provide quality theater for the community at large. Through our main stage, educational outreach, and new works development pro...

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  • Victoria Mews Assisted Living

    Nestled among the rolling hills and valleys of Morris County, on ten pristine, wooded acres, sits one of the finest communities in New Jersey. It is a breathtaking gem called Victoria Mews Assisted Living. It is a place our residents describe as “Better than Home&rdquo...

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  • Rockaway Valley School
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  • Darress Theatre

    About the Theatre: The Darress is one of the few surviving vaudeville stages in the country. Built in 1919, the theatre retains much of its original charm. Enter from under the stage and feel as though you have stepped back in time. A full-service theatre for...

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  • Tri-Town Chamber of Commerce

    The Tri-Town Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit business organization whose mission is to create effective programs that help members expand their marketplace reach. Through our meetings and events, Chamber members have the opportunity to meet other members to build relatio...

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  • MOMS Club Of Boonton Area

    Welcome to the MOMS (MOMS Offering Moms Support) Club® of Boonton Area. We are a local chapter of The International MOMS Club®. We are a nonprofit 501C organization specifically for stay at home moms. We have over two thousand chapters and over one hundred thousand ...

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  • Bethel AME Church

    About the Church: Bethel Church is a place of worship to God that is open to all people. All we want to do is glorify God. We are not a perfect church, but we love one another and work together that we may serve God with our whole heart. We are a church f...

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  • Boonton: First Serve Tennis Academy

    First Serve Tennis Academy coaches provide first-rate instruction in a fun, supportive environment that makes the sport exciting for young players of all ages and skill-levels. We run year-round clinics and camps for ages 3 and up. Our clinics and camps featu...

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  • Boonton Farmers Market

    Purpose:The Boonton Farmers' Market has been established as a community service to support regional farmers by allowing them the opportunity to market quality products grown on their farms in a designated area. Communities benefit from this type of marketing because it provi...

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  • Boonton Main Street

    MissionBoonton Main Street is a grass roots effort, fostering partnerships to restore, preserve, and promote Boonton's historic downtown. Boonton Main Street follows the Four-Point Approach to downtown management using organization, promotion, design, and economic developmen...

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  • Talk of the Town Florist

    Talk of the Town Florist offers a wide range of floral services including weddings, funerals, birthdays, showers, no event is ever too small or too large. We also have a large variety of unique gift items, cards and balloons, full service florist!!!  We deliver to Morri...

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  • Saint John's Episcopal Church

    The way we treat one another says more about our beliefs than what we say.  We  believe that  Jesus calls us to a new way of life and that the Gospel is a call to action.  We encourage a life of the mind as part of a life of the spirit.  We prize ...

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  • Knoll Golf Club

    Knoll Golf Club consists of two 18 hole golf courses, the Knoll East and Knoll West. Conceived in the Roaring Twenties by a few extremely wealthy men who wanted a superb private course for their personal pleasure, the 339-acre Knoll Golf Club West is today one of the finest ...

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  • Pyramid Mountain Trail

    Pyramid Mountain Natural Historic Area encompasses Pyramid and Turkey mountains in Kinnelon, Boonton and Montville.  Its features include unusual glacial erratics, dramatic rock outcrops, extensive wetlands and waterfalls.  The two most remarkable erratics in the a...

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  • Hamilton Farms Greenhouses and Farm Market

    About Us:In 1928, Henry Hamilton purchased 53 acres in the Rockaway Valley (the area is now known as the Tourne County Park - Rockaway River access) and began growing a variety of vegetables. Hamilton Farms back then included a farmhouse, barns and several outbuildings used ...

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  • Brookhollow Farm

    About Us:On the first Saturday in May Brookhollow Farm welcomes onlookers to the fascinating experience of observing shearing. This is the time when alpacas from various farms are brought to Brookhollow for an incomparable shearing experience. Many able bodies are on hand to...

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  • Boonton High School
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  • The Land Conservancy of New Jersey - An Accredited Land Trust

    The Land Conservancy of New Jersey preserves land and water resources, conserves open space, and inspires and empowers individuals and communities to protect our natural land and environment.http://findalandtrust.org/" target="_blank">For more info and Land Trusts please ...

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Boonton, New Jersey. Population for Boonton from the last gathering is 8496. You can view Boonton venues that host many Boonton NJ events every year.

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Boonton New Jersey has a latitude of 40.917999267578125 and a longitude of -74.4259033203125. View the full profile

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