Saturday, April 29, 2017, Night Sky Observing: 9:00–10:30PM Join the Morris Museum Astronomical Society in celebrating National Astronomy Day. You’ll be treated to day and evening programs and activities that are “Out of this World.” Enjoy solar observations, hands-on space crafts in the galleries, and “Touch the Music” exploration of brass instruments of the orchestra.… Continue reading Astro Day at the Morris Museum
Via Independent Press This summer Macculloch Hall Historical Museum shares a recently acquired an original pen and ink drawing by the famous nineteenth century political cartoonist Thomas Nast. This seasonally topical piece, “Where Shall we go this Summer?”, was drawn by Nast in 1882. It was featured on the cover of Harper’s Bazar, whose title… Continue reading Macculloch Hall in Morristown acquires pen and ink drawing by Thomas Nast
via The Daily Record Written by Mike Tschappat | For NJ Press Media Don Giovanni is one of opera’s most complex characters. He’s charming, but he’s also a seducer, a bully and a murderer. Baritone Robert Prowse is charged with bringing to life one of music’s greatest scoundrels when the Baroque Orchestra of New Jerseypresents a concert… Continue reading ‘Don Giovanni’ meets the Baroque Orchestra of N.J.
via Independent Press The Town of Morristown will host the inaugural Morristown Jazz & Blues Festival to be held on the Green on Saturday, Aug. 20. The free music festival will run from noon until 10 p.m. and will feature five top jazz and blues groups. “I am pleased to announce the first of what… Continue reading Morristown’s first free Jazz & Blues Festival set for Aug. 20, on the green
The Open Drawing Studio Project takes over a vacant space owned by St. Peter’s Church in Morristown, New Jersey. An artistically minded congregation has invited us to reinvent a portion of an underused building on the campus for the month of August 2011.
via Independent Press MORRISTOWN — Macculloch Hall Historical Museum collaborates with the New Jersey Civil War Sesquicentennial Committee in mounting a major exhibit: “Gone for a Soldier:” Jerseymen in the Civil War,” to run from Sept. 18, 2011 to June 30, 2012. The exhibit will provide a unique perspective on the Civil War, focusing on… Continue reading Morristown’s Macculloch Hall Historical Museum to feature special Civil War exhibit
Morristown Location is First Starbucks to Open in New Jersey in Two Years. The wait is over for Morristown residents counting down the days until they can order their caffe lattes and mocha frappuccinos. Starbucks, the newest addition to the Shops on the Green, will hold a grand opening celebration on July 22 from 5… Continue reading Morristown Starbucks Grand Opening to Be Held July 22
Recent Awards Add to Banner Year for the Luxury Residential Building in Morristown 40 Park, the luxury residential community in downtown Morristown, NJ, was honored with five awards at the Community Builders & Remodelers Association of New Jersey’s (CBRANJ) annual awards dinner held recently at the Sheraton Hotel in Parsippany. The new awards contributed to… Continue reading 40 Park Takes Home Five Awards at Annual CBRANJ Awards
Dozens of cyclists as well as members of Morris County nonprofits converged on Marty’s Reliable Cycle Wednesday night for a registration event in advance of August’s inaugural Gran Fondo NJ. Gran Fondo NJ, a full weekend of family fun geared toward sustainability minded cyclists and noncyclists, begins Aug. 26 and continues through “ride day” Aug.… Continue reading Registration Opens for Gran Fondo in Morristown
On Wednesday, June 29, Marty’s Reliable Cycle will hold a registration event for the first Gran Fondo bike ride to come to the Garden State. The festivities will be focused around Morristown, August 26-28, 2011 and riders will be raising money for three charities: The Seeing Eye, Inc., Homeless Solutions, Inc., and Grow it Green… Continue reading New Jersey’s First Gran Fondo Bike Ride Comes to Morristown