Experience a wide variety of hand made items including traditional craft, fine art, and country crafts. Find unique gifts for everyone on your shopping list as well as beautiful handcrafted furnishings for your home. Be sure to stroll through Historic […]
Downtown Denville welcomes you back to shop, dine and experience our award-winning town. Broadway will be closed to cars and traffic so shoppers and diners can extend along the street and safely enjoy tons of family-friendly activities, live music, shopping, […]
The Boonton Historical Society Presents: Blanche Ames Ames (1878-1969) was an artist, an activist, a builder, an inventor, a birth control maverick, and a leader of the woman suffrage movement in Massachusetts. She was a woman of privilege who was […]
On June 12th (rain date June 13th), the Historic Chester Business Association (HCBA) will proudly host Chester’s 20th Annual Classic Car Show from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. along Main Street and Perry Streets. On display are the finest classics, […]
The BioBlitz Morris Nature Festival is an educational and county-wide program to raise awareness for the Whippany River Watershed and the environment. It will focus on environmental fun, education, stewardship, community building.
The Antique & Classic Boat Society’s 44th Annual Boat Show at Lake Hopatcong Yacht Club More than 50 boats are displayed both on land and in the water. These boats are as old as the early 1920's and many from […]
Join F.M. Kirby Curator of Collections Ryan Hyman to explore some of Thomas Nast’s political cartoons featuring Uncle Sam all from the collection at Macculloch Hall Historical Museum. The presentation will be approximately 30 minutes long.
Hanover Township has moved into its fourth century. The Whippany Burying Yard predates the USA, New Jersey, Morris, Warren, and Sussex Counties. The WBY (1718) celebrated its Tricentennial, has the first known Colonial burial in Morris County, and is the site […]
Celebrate our nation’s birth with a hike along Patriots’ Path to the archaeological site of Jacob Ford Jr.’s Powder Mill. A visit to the archaeological site of the oldest remaining Revolutionary-Era powder mill site located along the Whippany River will […]