Amid falling leaves that have begun to decorate driveways, sidewalks, and balconies, this time of year brings the enthusiasm of new endeavors. Although current circumstances with COVID-19 make this year’s autumn and winter one to remember, what events will you find yourself enjoying during this season is the question many are contemplating.
As trees go dormant, wildlife prepares for winter and evergreens give their green flare, families all over the states contemplate how to celebrate this year’s end-of-year holidays. As difficult as it may be for some family members having spent almost a year without seeing one another, the pandemic is still not over, and it may take some more time and special holidays before being able to rejoin in celebration. No matter how Claremont Towers families decide to enjoy thanksgiving and the upcoming holidays, the CDC offers suggestions on how to celebrate during the pandemic.
As the season dwindles down slowly, NJ continues its speed in reopening businesses that have been closed for a greater part of the year. Apropos of the cool days to come, gyms and indoor dining has launched off inviting NJ residents to move a bit closer to antecedent times where COVID-19 was not mentioned on every business’ doors and walls and hand sanitizer was not on the entryway of every room. Even though gyms and indoor dining is permitted at 25% capacity, enjoying the rest of summer before the chilly days is a must.
As the summer heat increases making some days feel long and evenings convivial, NJ continues to embrace the new customs and reopening of many industries. Even though hot summer days may call for staying at home with the thermostat at a comfortable setting, some days may inspire adventure. Claremont residents looking to get out and explore their surroundings may look forward to visiting any (or all!) of the following locations:
While gardens are filled with color throughout the Garden State, Hillsborough blossoms with liveliness as residents get out of their homes and businesses begin to welcome returning or new customers. After such a crucial downtime, the town of Hillsborough is glad to reopen its doors after COVID-19 cases have significantly dropped in the area (1). Even though many things are still affected by COVID-19, such as Hillsborough’s 4th of July Fireworks (along with most NJ counties) (2), there are many things to get out and do throughout the township.