The Morris County Tourism Bureau (MCTB) welcomes you to "Discover Morris County" and join us again for our annual summer walking tour and lecture series. Experience the rich history that Morris County has to offer with a knowledgeable guide. Summer programs will be held over nine successive Saturday mornings during June, July, and August. Some… Continue reading Discover Victorian Morristown Walking Tour
via NJBiz.com - After more than 60 years, the former Morris Township/Morristown site of the Colgate-Palmolive company will make way for mixed-use redevelopment. Whippany-based JMF Properties acquired the property and plans both residential and retail uses for the 64-acre site, including a 150,000-square-foot shopping center, 143 townhomes and 60 rental units. The majority of the development will… Continue reading Colgate-Palmolive campus set for redevelopment
Valentine's Day is almost here and for those who enjoy celebrating with a nice meal out, it's time to start making reservations. Patch has complied a list of 19 romantic restaurants in and around Morris County, ranging from Italian, to Japanese, to a gastropub. Check out what Yelper's had to say about the date night… Continue reading 19 Romantic Restaurants For Valentine’s Day Near Morristown
via Patch - At Acorn Hall, the trees are trimmed and the table elegantly set, ready for holiday guests to arrive. But before they do, members of the community are invited to visit the Morris County Historical Society's Italianate mansion to enjoy its festive décor. The decorated, upside-down Christmas tree in the dining room not… Continue reading Visit Acorn Hall’s Annual Christmas Celebration
Friday, October 27th from 6-9 pm at Hanover Lanes. Celebrating its 10-Year Anniversary, this fun-filled event is powered by an evening of bowling, adult drinks, pizza, soda and team building! Take a chance at our 50/50 cash raffle, win door prizes, or take home one of the coveted trophies! Proceeds to benefit Cornerstone Kids. Cornerstone… Continue reading Let the Good Times Roll at CFP’s Bowlathon!
Renting a property isn’t always as straightforward as you might think, and there are several important considerations when starting your search for somewhere to live. Some dos and don’ts are worth observing: Don’t rush – it’s tempting to jump at the chance of renting a property you really like the look of, but take your… Continue reading The Dos and Don’ts of Renting Your First Home
The Thursday Morning Club invites the public on Thursday, February 2, 2017 at 10:00 AM to attend an outstanding program featuring noted historian, author and preservationist, Janet Foster. Janet is a local resident with a dedicated sense of past architecture and a professional background that includes positions at Columbia and Drew Universities. She will give… Continue reading This Ole House – “Colonial Revival in Morris County”
Morris Arts is pleased to offer two scholarship opportunities for graduating high school seniors who have exhibited artistic excellence in dance, drama, music, or visual arts and plan to pursue post-secondary studies at an accredited institution or acknowledged arts school or fine arts program. The Elaine Ehlers Arts Scholarship, in the amount of $5,000, and… Continue reading Morris Arts’ Ehlers & Coladarci Scholarships
via The Morris News Bee - From Friday, July 1 to Wednesday, Aug. 31 the Morris Museum will host “Toothpick World,” an exhibition showcasing the work of toothpick artist Stan Munro featuring miniature toothpick replicas of landmarks from around the globe. With just toothpicks and Elmer’s Glue, artist Stan Munro constructs precise 1:164 scale reproductions… Continue reading Toothpicks: Not Just for Plaque Anymore
The Madison Storytellers Festival’s inaugural event will take place on June 11, 2016 in Madison, New Jersey. This free event features more than twenty sessions and workshops, ten musical performances and open mics throughout the day. The festival’s four stages, dubbed Madison’s ‘Culture Corner,’ will be at the Green Village Road RR Trestle (between Main… Continue reading What’s the Story?