Shakespeare Book Club – HENRY V

6136 3 Vreeland Road, Florham Park

Tuesday Evenings, 7:00pm — 9:30pm EST Beginning March 23, 2021 This program is available virtually via Zoom. From his raucous and rabble-rousing youth, King Henry V rose to be one of England’s most beloved and celebrated monarchs. Participants will dive […]

The Seeing Eye Online Auction

Come join the bidding from April 19th - April 29th and be part of the miracle that transforms a puppy into a world of possibilities for a person who is blind. Bid for designer items, get-a-ways, dog supplies, celebrity and […]

Storytime: Guess & Go

Online Event, Monmouth County

Join us every Wednesday at noon on Facebook Live to listen to stories read by Curator of Education and Community Engagement Cynthia Winslow from Macculloch Hall Museum.

History Lunch Break: From Royals to Robots

Morris County Historical Society at Acorn Hall 68 Lafayette Ave., Morristown

Mary Crane Hone, the last resident of Acorn Hall, took the daring leap from Southern belle to stage actress in 1921. After studying in London, she performed Shakespeare at Stratford-upon-Avon before debuting on Broadway in the influential science fiction play […]


Wharton Job Fair

MacKinnon Middle School 137 E. Central Ave., Wharton

The Borough of Wharton is holding a spring Job Fair. The event is free and open to the public. We have 50 companies that will be attending the event looking to hire. You can find more information and the list […]


How Canals & Anthracite Coal Changed Everyting


Well maybe not everything! However, the availability of reliable inland transportation, like canals, and high-energy transportable fuels, like anthracite coal, started things on a path towards industrialization and technical innovation, a path that we that still follow today. Towns like […]



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