Morris County is home to four national landmarks, each associated with figures who contributed not only to Morris County’s history, but also to our nation’s history. We profile them here for you. When you visit, try to visit all the
As we approach the holiday season, it’s time to start thinking about visiting family around the country. While Covid-19 has made celebrating with faraway loved ones somewhat difficult, many places are working overtime to guarantee the health and safety of
With Thanksgiving just around the corner, it’s officially time to get into the holiday spirit. Getting together to celebrate family and friends, count our blessings, and say thanks for everything in our lives is so important this time of year.
With everything starting to open back up in New Jersey, the safety of our residents is the highest priority. That’s why we’ve stayed up-to-date with the important businesses and institutions in Morris County during Covid-19. We are happy to report
The Morris County Tourism Bureau is a membership organization consisting of local businesses involved in welcoming and serving visitors to Morris County. Our members have had to deal with a challenging business climate during COVID-19. Most of them have been
Celebrate Easter and Passover in Morris County Welcome to Spring and the spring holidays. They are, of course, being reinvented during the pandemic. We will miss our dearest friends and relatives while performing all the rituals online. It will be memorable.
The Long Campaign for Woman’s Suffrage: Morristown Women were “Silent Sentinels” The campaign for Woman’s Suffrage lasted 70 years; it began with the first woman’s rights convention held in 1848 in Seneca Falls, New York. Guest speaker Frederick Douglass delivered a
Celebrating NJ’s 350th Morris County has a rich history, and each of our 39 municipalities has an historical tidbit to contribute to it. Each town is named and is labeled with a tag: Innovation, Diversity or Patriotism. These tags were utilized
Indulge in New Jersey's greatest produce and foods at your local Morris County Farmers Market! Boonton Sat., 8:30am-1:00pm, June 1-November 23 Plane Street Lot boontonmainstreet.org Chatham Borough Sat., 8:00am-1:00pm, June 15-November 23 Railroad Plaza South off Fairmont Avenue Train Station chathamboroughfarmersmarket.com Denville Sun., 8:30am-1pm, May 5-November 24 Bloomfield Avenue Lot denvillefarmersmarket.com East Hanover Mon.,