Local Resources to Build Sustainable Recovery in Your Community
Discover a Hobby
Stuck trying to find a new hobby to embark on? This is an amazing website with a searchable database of information regarding various hobbies – many that you may never have heard of!
If you are looking to connect with a partner, or just want to learn to dance yourself, then look no further! Classic Ballroom in Hackettstown NJ is staffed by world renowned instructors, and is great for beginners or the most advanced.
Cooking for many is a chore and a hassle, but it doesn’t have to be that way! Check out Surla Table for online cooking classes so you can learn to bring joy back to the kitchen.
Have you ever heard of Aerial Silks? Do you love Cirque Du Soleil? If you are interested in trying an alternative form of dance and workout, check out their website and try an introductory class. Our Board member Lori is an instructor here, and through her own personal journey through recovery this place has become a second home.
All Trails is an outstanding resource with a IOS and Android application to find any trails or camping spots in your area. Looking for a new adventure? Download their app and start exploring now!
The Sterling Hill Museum aims to “inspire lifelong learning about earth sciences, engineering, and the responsible use of the Earth’s nonrenewable resources.” They offer tours, knowledge, and hands-on experience. If you are curious about these fields, or just want to learn more about crystals and minerals, there’s no time like the present to try something new!
The Hempstead is a beautiful organic farm located in Eastern Pennsylvania. They host events, classes on medicinal herbs, have a Bed & Breakfast, and are ever expanding into more. Curious to learn about organic farming? Want to get your hands dirty and learn a new skill? Check out their website for upcoming events.
Duke Farms is another fantastic farm located in North Jersey. They have a multitude of events, workshops, classes, and tours around the farm. Almost every weekend there is something going on there!
Have you ever had a turkey sit in your lap and beg you to pet it till it fell asleep?
Or, had a goat ask you to scratch its ear? Well, now you can. Fill your heart at Patchwork Pastures Animal Sanctuary, home to surrendered, abused or neglected farm animals located in Wantage, NJ.