HANOVER TOWNSHIP — Out of an abundance of caution, and in consideration of New Jersey’s ongoing State of Emergency and Public Health Emergency which limits the gathering of people, the Board of Recreation Commissioners and Recreation Department announced that September 12, Hanover Township Day celebration and the subsequent patriotic fireworks display that evening, have been postponed indefinitely.
Every year, Hanover Township Day and the Independence Day fireworks celebrations draw thousands of participants and spectators in a tremendous outpouring of community spirit and support.
Hanover Township Recreation is committed to providing our residents with events that bring the community together in a safe environment. In order to meet this goal, the operation of these family-friendly events would be radically different than in previous years. The experience would not be what Hanover Township residents have come to expect and enjoy.
This was a difficult decision but the Township of Hanover looks forward to holding these events later this year when state-mandated guidelines allow for greater gathering numbers.
For more information, please contact Denise Brennan, Superintendent of Recreation and Parks Administration, at (973) 428-2463 or email@example.com.