Let the Good Times Roll at CFP’s Bowlathon!

social_media_mast_logo-1507742544-693Friday, October 27th from 6-9 pm at Hanover Lanes.

Celebrating its 10-Year Anniversary, this fun-filled event is powered by an evening of bowling, adult drinks, pizza, soda and team building! Take a chance at our 50/50 cash raffle, win door prizes, or take home one of the coveted trophies!

Proceeds to benefit Cornerstone Kids. Cornerstone Family Programs invests in our youth with programs that support less-privileged children in the Morristown and Morris County areas.

To Register or make a Donation, please visit: cfp.ejoinme.org/2017bowlathon

For more information, please call: Randibeth Gallant at 973.538.5260 ext.310

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5th Annual Bars and Stripes Morristown Pub Crawl

https3a2f2fcdn-evbuc-com2fimages2f360920112f364158429282f12foriginal5th Annual Bars and Stripes Bar Crawl is a pub crawl around Morristown to help benefit the Nine Line Foundation.

Come out and enjoy with your friends for what will be a fun night for a great cause!!
Please purchase tickets in advance as this year spots are limited due to the increasing attendance from years past.
For Tickets, Please visit the following:
Please note that the cost of the event includes a donation to the Nine Line Foundation, open bar for the first hour of the event at Horseshoe Tavern (4pm – 5pm), T-shirt which will allow you access to the open bar and drink specials at all the participating bars, and a souvenir koozie commemorating the 5th year of the event. All drinks after 5pm must be purchased separately. All members of the bar crawl must be 21 years or older with a valid form of ID.
The Nine Line Foundation is a 501c3 charitable organization, dedicated to meeting the financial and specialized needs of severly injured soldiers and their families. In combat, a Nine Line is an emergency medevac request, and is often the difference between life and death for the most severly wounded soldiers. Nine Line Foundation aims to serve in a similar manner, offering a lifeline once wounded veterans return stateside.

2017 Sochi Dogs Picnic

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12:30 PM – 3:30 PM EDT

Sochi Dogs Picnic with Sochi Dogs founder Vlada Provotorova!

During the 2014 Olympics, Vlada and her friends started rescuing dogs… and here we are three years later, celebrating your special pooch and the more than 245 adopted dogs.

Stop by to meet and pose for photos with your dogs’ shelter buddies or siblings, enjoy a game of frisbee, and munch on snacks.

They’ve reserved the Mendham Overlook Picnic Area in Lewis Morris Park, (there’ll be signs to direct you in the park). The park has walking trails, a playground and we’re hoping for some early fall foliage.

All dogs will need to be on leash according to park rules.

If leashes and picnics aren’t your dog’s jam, they’d still love to see you so stop by and say hello without your k-9 in tow.

Lewis Morris Park

270 Mendham Road

Mendham Overlook Picnic Area

Morristown, NJ 07960

Independence Day Celebration

revtimes-logo-2017Admission to Washington’s Headquarters in Morristown is free from 9:30 am to 5 pm. At 30 Washington Place.

Take a guided tour of Morris County’s oldest graveyard, the Whippany Burying Yard, at 10 am to learn about the founding of Hanover, Morris County’s oldest town. Meet at the J&R Cigar parking lot at 301 Route 10 East, Whippany. Presented by the Hanover Township Landmark Commission. Please call 973-631-5151 to register.

Costumed re-enactors return for the annual reading of the Declaration of Independence on the Morristown Green at noon. Free. Audience participation. Musical sing-a-long with Gordon Thomas Ward. Musket salute. In the event of rain, the event will move indoors to the Presbyterian Church at 57 East Park Place.

See more great things to do at Morristowngreen.com >>>

Sprinkle at Little Fairy Dust

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It’s almost time for Fairy Day on Sunday, June 25th at the Frelinghuysen Aboretum located in Morris Township. 

Welcome these wee folks into the garden by designing and creating a miniature garden home made from all natural materials. Enjoy free lemonade and tasty treats, make a craft to take home and even decorate your own tiny fairy boat to float on the water! Perfect for fairy believers, both young and young-at-heart. Preregistration required. $30 per fairy house.

MCHS Revolutionary Times Celebration

maxresdefaultOn Sunday, July 2 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., as part of Revolutionary Times 2017, Morris County Historical Society will host a wide range of activities including tours of the current exhibits, 1917: World War, Women’s Rights, and Weaponry Sciences and the new, limited-engagement exhibit, Sabers, Swords, Guns, and Glory: Militaria in Morris County; “Hearts of Hope,” hand-painted hearts to be donated to local veterans’ associations, and “Operation Gratitude,” hand-written postcards to be sent to soldiers and veterans throughout the U.S. and overseas.

At 2:30 p.m., there will be a hike to a Revolutionary era Powder Mill archaeological site along the Whippany River. The guided hike tour will follow Patriots’ Path to where the mill once stood, giving an opportunity to learn more about the history of this resource, once used by Washington’s Continental Army. The hike will also offer insight into the progress made towards recovering Acorn Hall’s woodlot, lost during Superstorm Sandy.

Admission for the day’s events is $6 for adults; $5 for seniors; $3 for students, and free, for children under age 12 and MCHS members. To honor Ryan Doltz, a local fallen hero, MCHS will be donating proceeds to the Sgt. Ryan Doltz Memorial Foundation, Inc., which distributes scholarships to local graduating seniors and members of the NJ National Guard and their dependents. For more information, please contact Morris County Historical Society at 973-267-3465.

Morris County Historical Society, founded in 1945, is a member supported 501(c)3 organization whose mission is to preserve and promote the history of Morris County