MPAC bringing two free shows to Morristown’s revamped Pioneer Park

Morristown officials predicted the renovated Pioneer Park at Headquarters Plaza would become a popular entertainment venue when they cut the ribbon back in June 2021. The public will get tastes of those possibilities with a pair of free shows this month. On Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2022, the Mayo Performing Arts Center presents singer-songwriter Jeiris Cook, performing his unique, percussive style of… Continue reading MPAC bringing two free shows to Morristown’s revamped Pioneer Park

Boating, frozen cocktails and dark restaurants: How to beat the heat before Memorial Day

It’s May, and we’re already pushing 100 degrees writes Rebecca King for Daily Record. The temperature will soar this weekend to the mid- to high-90s. Unfortunately, most pools aren’t open yet, as it’s not yet Memorial Day. So how are we to cool off while enjoying the weather? Here are a few ideas — from renting… Continue reading Boating, frozen cocktails and dark restaurants: How to beat the heat before Memorial Day

Greater Morristown weekend preview: Pitch those tents! Revolutionary re-enactors returning to Jockey Hollow

What was life like for Revolutionary War soldiers and camp followers asks March over to Jockey Hollow and find out. The annual Encampment Weekend is just one of your entertainment options in Greater Morristown. The Temptations and Four Tops are in town, too.  A film explores the work of four African American artists. Read… Continue reading Greater Morristown weekend preview: Pitch those tents! Revolutionary re-enactors returning to Jockey Hollow

Morristown Restaurant Week Returns; April 25-29

Morristown, NJ –  The most delicious week of the year is back starting Monday, April 25 and continuing through Friday, April 29 in Morristown writes In all, over 30 businesses are participating in the upcoming 2022 Morristown Restaurant Week. From International flair to American classic, Morristown offers a variety of dining options for families,… Continue reading Morristown Restaurant Week Returns; April 25-29

Outdoor Dining & What to Expect

One of the things that came out of the COVID-19 pandemic was outdoor dining. As simple as the concept is, it brought along optimism for having a social life again. From the warmer months to the colder months, outdoor dining has been something we’ve all enjoyed, and it’s been great for restaurants to continue to serve customers.… Continue reading Outdoor Dining & What to Expect

A St. Patrick’s bonus: The Young Wolfe Tones and Irish dance after the Morristown parade

Morristown is preparing for an emerald party at noon on Saturday, when Grand Marshal Mary Waller finally gets to lead the Morris County St. Patrick’s Parade after two years of pandemic postponements. And the festivities won’t stop after the last bagpiper marches down South Street on March 12, 2022 reports Morristown Green. For event details click here.

Morristown Historic District house tour returns, May 1

Explore select interiors of some of Morristown’s most beautiful private homes including the Thomas Nast House, a National Historic Landmark. The tour also includes Macculloch Hall Historical Museum and five other historic homes on and around Macculloch Avenue reports For ticket details click here.

Morris Habitat for Humanity virtual ‘Hearts & Hammers’ Gala, Feb. 26

Morris Habitat for Humanity announces the celebration of its virtual Hearts & Hammers Gala on Saturday, Feb. 26, 2022, from 6 p.m. to 7:15 p.m., in lieu of an in-person event reports The fun-filled evening will raise funds for the construction of 50 homes for 50 families in Randolph, Summit, Plainfield, Perth Amboy, Long Valley… Continue reading Morris Habitat for Humanity virtual ‘Hearts & Hammers’ Gala, Feb. 26

Morris Arts ‘Reimagining Resilience’ exhibit opens in Morristown, Feb. 10

Four diverse, gifted New Jersey artists share their unique visions of “resilience” in Morris Arts’ new exhibit, REIMAGINING RESILIENCE, which opens at the Atrium Gallery on Feb. 10, 2022. reports Morristown Green. For exhibit details Click Here.

Visit Acorn Hall’s Annual Christmas Celebration

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