Circle April 9 on your calendar. That's when Woodbridge's new 18-hole miniature golf course - Skyline Mini-Golf, named after a view of the New York skyline - opens next to the .
The ribbon cutting is set for 12 noon.
which boasts water amenities and themed holes, showed it was still getting ready for the grand opening. Mayor John McCormac said in a letter to township residents that the mini-golf course was just the beginning: "In coming months, we anticipate even more recreation activities with the addition of professional baseball/softball batting cages, a trampoline center, family picnic area, and companion recreational and entertainment amenities."
"Imagine a senior resident golf league teeing-off on a weekday morning, corporations booking the facility for seminars and training, followed by relaxing recreation and great food at the Arenas Cafe," McCormac said in a statement.
The opportunities offered by the Woodbridge Community Center are endless."
, funded by taxpayer-financed bond money, is built on a capped landfill, on the site of the former town dump.