Via Morristown Green: Morristown’s 24th annual AIDS Walk was a soggy affair, attended by 98 hearty souls. Another 153 had registered, but apparently thought better of it when they saw Sunday’s raw, damp weather. As a result, NJ AIDS Services fell $8,000 shy of its $50,000 target, said spokeswoman Joann McEniry. But don’t despair–the nonprofit will… Continue reading Help Morristown AIDS Walk Hit Their Goal!
Last week a 7.8 earthquake rocked the country of Ecuador, causing major damage to the central coast. More than 550 people were killed and thousands have been displaced, as numerous homes, buildings, and roads were damaged or destroyed. Survivors need access to emergency supplies like food, water, and medicine in addition to longer-term recovery assistance.… Continue reading Morristown Unites To Help Ecuador After Devastating Earthquake
Natalie Merchant in concert with New Jersey Festival Orchestra Ensemble Former lead vocalist and lyricist of the renowned band 10,000 Maniacs, Natalie Merchant joins with NJ Festival to perform a mix of old favorites and new songs from literary inspiration in full symphonic splendor. David Wroe conductor Saturday, March 22 at 8pm Mayo Performing… Continue reading NJ Festival Symphony & Natalie Merchant
Roseland, a wholly owned subsidiary of Mack-Cali Realty Corporation (NYSE: CLI), and Woodmont Properties announced today that they have signed a lease with The Salad House to occupy a 2,000-square-foot restaurant space at The Shops on the Green in downtown Morristown, NJ. The Salad House, a custom salad and sandwich shop with an existing location… Continue reading Custom Salad and Sandwich Shop to Open in Growing Retail Center Across from the Morristown Green
The Morris Museum will celebrate one hundred years Saturday, September 21 at a magnificent black tie gala under a tent on the museum grounds. This milestone celebration will highlight the Museum’s historic presence in the area and the essential role it plays in our cultural lives. Honorary co-chairs of the centennial gala are Governor & Mrs.… Continue reading Morris Museum Centennial Celebration!
Back by popular demand! For the most unique and convenient camping experience, come to Sunrise Lake, in Lewis Morris Park, on Friday, August 16 for an overnight event. Bring a tent or rent one. Choose your favorite spot on the beach. Arrive at 3:00 p.m. for beach fun, including sliding down the brand new Zoom… Continue reading Camp Out on the Beach!
Join the Morristown Public Library for two evenings of Jazz this summer. The first, on July 20, will feature a Dixieland/Swing concert. The second, on July 27, will be Jazz Standards from the American Songbook. Refreshments will be served. Tickets are $20 per concert and will benefit the Library.Tickets will be available at the door.Featured… Continue reading Morristown Presents Jazz in July
via The Daily Record Written by Bill Nutt | For NJ Press Media They’ve never had a hit song. They’ve never won a Grammy. They’ve never been the subject of a popular movie. They’ve never even appeared on the cover of Rolling Stone. But against all odds, Rex Fowler and Neal Shulman — who record… Continue reading Aztec Two-Step brings 40th-anniversary tour to Morristown
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
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