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Looking for something fun and rewarding?

Whether it's working the earth or grooming a gentle horse out in the paddock, come join us for our 'Community in Connection' programs.

At a time when we need it most, Community In Connection brings you an opportunity to focus on nature’s beauty, feel carefree, and to breathe!

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Our Healthy Lifestyle Programs follow strict COVID-19 regulations.
Please contact Ken Musgrove for additional information: kmusgrove@communityincrisis.org.

Community In Connection.

Community In Connection is an initiative to bring people together in a safe, substance-free environment. Our Healthy Lifestyle Programming is a great way to support each other, learn some things and have a great time doing it. You may even get a little Covid stress relief and exercise.

Roots for Recovery

Come join us for our gardening and landscaping program!

We’ll be meeting again at Ross Farm to continue our landscaping project that will enhance and beautify Ross Farm’s giving garden that feeds our hungry neighbors throughout three seasons of the year.

We will gather safely in a small group, sweat a little, laugh a lot and get down to earth for a common goal.

There are currently no sessions scheduled a this time. More events will be added soon.

Ross Farm

135 North Maple Avenue 

Basking Ridge NJ 07920

Roots to Recovery is one of a series of ‘creative therapy’ programs to help people reconnect in recovery, regain a healthy balance and improve their mental health and well-being. All are welcome to join, heal, enjoy and breathe.

For more information on this and our other ‘Community in Connection’ programs, please reach out to Ken: kmusgrove@communityincrisis.org

Canvas and Creativity

Community in Crisis and local artist, Kat Roman, present:

 

Canvas and Creativity.

You provide the art supplies,* we’ll provide the inspiration and community.

Suggested supplies: Acrylic paint, brushes, canvas / board, magazines, glue stick, scissors.

 

There are currently no Canvas and Creativity sessions scheduled a this time. More events will be added soon.

For more information contact: Kmusgrove@communityincrisis.org or thehealingpeople@gmail.com.

Take a walk in nature with us!

There are currently no sessions scheduled a this time. More events will be added soon.

Get out from behind your screens and join us as we hike the amazing trails of Hacklebarney State Park. This moderately difficult hike will be peer led as we experience the Black River gorge’s gushing rivers, gray boulders and dark green hemlocks in all their majestic beauty.

Please dress in hard toed boots/shoes. We will hike safely and following CDC guidelines. Well behaved dogs are welcome but please leash and curb them.

For more information, contact Ken Musgrove:
kmusgrove@communityincrisis.org

Chopping Board to Table.

Are you a Foodie? Do you ever wonder how easy it might be to create some great dishes yourself? Are you willing to roll up your sleeves and have some fun?!

Geared specifically to individuals in recovery and their loved one if desired, cooking has long been recognized as a therapeutic means of relaxation and inspiration. Join us for these cooking classes with two great British chefs, Nick and Martin, both graduates of Westminster College, London, and veterans of the restaurant/hospitality industry.

You’ll learn how to prepare some affordable and tasty recipes that will wow your friends!

Expect a warm and low-key environment, a wealth of learning and skills, and some lively camaraderie. Classes focus on preparing some awesome dishes from chopping board to table.

Where: The Kitchen, Liberty Corner Presbyterian Church, Liberty Corner, NJ

When: Tuesdays, July 20th, 27th,  and Aug 3rd 2021 from 6:30-8:30PM.

Questions? Please contact Ken: kmusgrove@communityincrisis.org.

kmusgrove@communityincrisis.org

 

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Volunteer for CIC

Community in Crisis depends on the time and talent of wonderful volunteers to support them on a project by project basis or on an ongoing basis.

Skillsets and interests are matched with the volunteer work involved. All volunteer hours can count towards community service. Volunteers from middle school and up are welcome to apply to volunteer with Community in Crisis by emailing info@communityincrisis.org. We are always thrilled to hear from you!

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