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Thursday 01/03/2002

Artwork on display in Long Valley
Location: Washington Twp. Public Library, 37 E. Springtown Rd., Long Valley
Local resident Buel Ecker will display her works in ink, watercolor, pencil and collage. Buel, aka "Peggy," is best known for her abstract works, which represent visual poems, prayers and commentaries on being human. Further information: (908) 876-3596.

Tiffany & Co. artifacts display in Madison
Location: Museum of Early Trades & Crafts, Main Street at Green Village Road, Madison
The exhibit, "Exquisite Crafts: A Safe Place," showcases splendid Tiffany & Co. artifacts in a restored walk-in safe. The safe covers 50 square feet of floor and had a quarter-inch thick steel door. The exhibit features brilliant silverware and personal items such as a butterfly tray of sterling silver, an ice cream server in the English King Pattern, and a sterling silver and tortoise shell moustache comb. The pieces all date from the mid to late 19th century. Further information on directions or museum hours: (973) 377-2982.


Friday 01/04/2002

Artwork on display in Long Valley
Location: Washington Twp. Public Library, 37 E. Springtown Rd., Long Valley
Local resident Buel Ecker will display her works in ink, watercolor, pencil and collage. Buel, aka "Peggy," is best known for her abstract works, which represent visual poems, prayers and commentaries on being human. Further information: (908) 876-3596.

Tiffany & Co. artifacts display in Madison
Location: Museum of Early Trades & Crafts, Main Street at Green Village Road, Madison
The exhibit, "Exquisite Crafts: A Safe Place," showcases splendid Tiffany & Co. artifacts in a restored walk-in safe. The safe covers 50 square feet of floor and had a quarter-inch thick steel door. The exhibit features brilliant silverware and personal items such as a butterfly tray of sterling silver, an ice cream server in the English King Pattern, and a sterling silver and tortoise shell moustache comb. The pieces all date from the mid to late 19th century. Further information on directions or museum hours: (973) 377-2982.


Saturday 01/05/2002

Artwork on display in Long Valley
Location: Washington Twp. Public Library, 37 E. Springtown Rd., Long Valley
Local resident Buel Ecker will display her works in ink, watercolor, pencil and collage. Buel, aka "Peggy," is best known for her abstract works, which represent visual poems, prayers and commentaries on being human. Further information: (908) 876-3596.

Tiffany & Co. artifacts display in Madison
Location: Museum of Early Trades & Crafts, Main Street at Green Village Road, Madison
The exhibit, "Exquisite Crafts: A Safe Place," showcases splendid Tiffany & Co. artifacts in a restored walk-in safe. The safe covers 50 square feet of floor and had a quarter-inch thick steel door. The exhibit features brilliant silverware and personal items such as a butterfly tray of sterling silver, an ice cream server in the English King Pattern, and a sterling silver and tortoise shell moustache comb. The pieces all date from the mid to late 19th century. Further information on directions or museum hours: (973) 377-2982.

From Retreat to Triumph: George Washington Comes to Morristown
Time: 9:15am - 12:15pm
Location: Washington's Hqtrs. Museum auditorium, Morristown Nat'l Historic Pk., 30 Washington Pl, Morristown
This symposium will review Gen. George Washington's activities in New Jersey, from his retreat from New York in 1776 to the battles of Trenton and Princeton and his stay in Morristown from January to May 1777. Park admission fees: Adults 17 and older - $4; children 16 and under - free. Further information: (973) 539-2016 ext. 210.

Learn how maple syrup is made
Time: 2:00pm
Location: Great Swamp Outdoor Education Center, 247 Southern Blvd., Chatham
Join the staff of the Great Swamp Outdoor Education Center to learn how sap from New Jersey's own red maple trees is collected and cooked into maple syrup. Demonstrations begin in the center's auditorium followed by an outdoor experience to find and tap a tree and end with a taste test of three different syrups. Suggested donation per person: $1. Further information: (973) 636-6629.


Sunday 01/06/2002

Artwork on display in Long Valley
Location: Washington Twp. Public Library, 37 E. Springtown Rd., Long Valley
Local resident Buel Ecker will display her works in ink, watercolor, pencil and collage. Buel, aka "Peggy," is best known for her abstract works, which represent visual poems, prayers and commentaries on being human. Further information: (908) 876-3596.

Tiffany & Co. artifacts display in Madison
Location: Museum of Early Trades & Crafts, Main Street at Green Village Road, Madison
The exhibit, "Exquisite Crafts: A Safe Place," showcases splendid Tiffany & Co. artifacts in a restored walk-in safe. The safe covers 50 square feet of floor and had a quarter-inch thick steel door. The exhibit features brilliant silverware and personal items such as a butterfly tray of sterling silver, an ice cream server in the English King Pattern, and a sterling silver and tortoise shell moustache comb. The pieces all date from the mid to late 19th century. Further information on directions or museum hours: (973) 377-2982.

Eagle watching adventure
Time: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Location: Meet at Great Swamp Outdoor Education Center, 247 Southern Blvd., Chatham
The Morris County Parks Commission will sponsor a trip to view the eagles that use the Delaware River as a winter feeding area. Led by a naturalist from the Great Swamp Outdoor Education Center, participants should bring binoculars, a field guide, a bag lunch, a lot of patience - and don't forget to dress in layers. Fee is $20 and registration is required by calling (973) 635-6629.


Monday 01/07/2002

Artwork on display in Long Valley
Location: Washington Twp. Public Library, 37 E. Springtown Rd., Long Valley
Local resident Buel Ecker will display her works in ink, watercolor, pencil and collage. Buel, aka "Peggy," is best known for her abstract works, which represent visual poems, prayers and commentaries on being human. Further information: (908) 876-3596.

Tiffany & Co. artifacts display in Madison
Location: Museum of Early Trades & Crafts, Main Street at Green Village Road, Madison
The exhibit, "Exquisite Crafts: A Safe Place," showcases splendid Tiffany & Co. artifacts in a restored walk-in safe. The safe covers 50 square feet of floor and had a quarter-inch thick steel door. The exhibit features brilliant silverware and personal items such as a butterfly tray of sterling silver, an ice cream server in the English King Pattern, and a sterling silver and tortoise shell moustache comb. The pieces all date from the mid to late 19th century. Further information on directions or museum hours: (973) 377-2982.

Got a preschooler? Tallk them on a walk
Time: 10:00am
Location: Great Swamp Outdoor Education Center, 247 Southern Blvd., Chatham
Love to walk and would like the company of others who have children the same age as yours? Today's walk is titled "Chill'n Out." Pre-registration is required and fee is $8 per child. Further information: (973) 635-6629.

Evening book club meets
Time: 7:30pm
Location: Washington Twp. Pubic Library, 37 E. Springtown Rd., Long Valley
"Ahab's Wife" by Sena J. Naslund will be discussed. Further information: (908) 876-3596.


Tuesday 01/08/2002

Artwork on display in Long Valley
Location: Washington Twp. Public Library, 37 E. Springtown Rd., Long Valley
Local resident Buel Ecker will display her works in ink, watercolor, pencil and collage. Buel, aka "Peggy," is best known for her abstract works, which represent visual poems, prayers and commentaries on being human. Further information: (908) 876-3596.

Tiffany & Co. artifacts display in Madison
Location: Museum of Early Trades & Crafts, Main Street at Green Village Road, Madison
The exhibit, "Exquisite Crafts: A Safe Place," showcases splendid Tiffany & Co. artifacts in a restored walk-in safe. The safe covers 50 square feet of floor and had a quarter-inch thick steel door. The exhibit features brilliant silverware and personal items such as a butterfly tray of sterling silver, an ice cream server in the English King Pattern, and a sterling silver and tortoise shell moustache comb. The pieces all date from the mid to late 19th century. Further information on directions or museum hours: (973) 377-2982.

Bundle up, baby and take a walk
Time: 9:30am
Location: Blue Trail, NWR, Woodland Avenue, Madison
Take a little walk with your little one and others who love to walk. Pre-registration is required by calling (973) 635-6629. No strollers or siblings please.

Get cultured with folk dancing lessons
Time: 7:30pm - 9:30pm
Location: Rockaway Valley United Methodist Church Hall, Valley Road (intersection of Peach Tree Road), Boonton
Men, women and teens welcome to learn authentic village dances of many cultures and countries using their original music. No need to come with a partner. Instructor is Betty Ciallella, an experienced folk dance teacher. Contribution: $5 per session. Further information: Beryl McMillan (973) 299-1753 or Lekha Keister (973) 492-8418.

Mystery book club to meet
Time: 7:30pm
Location: Washington Twp. Public library, 37 E. Springtown Rd., Long Valley
Any mystery by Barbara Hambly will be discussed. Further information: (908) 876-3596.


Wednesday 01/09/2002

Artwork on display in Long Valley
Location: Washington Twp. Public Library, 37 E. Springtown Rd., Long Valley
Local resident Buel Ecker will display her works in ink, watercolor, pencil and collage. Buel, aka "Peggy," is best known for her abstract works, which represent visual poems, prayers and commentaries on being human. Further information: (908) 876-3596.

Tiffany & Co. artifacts display in Madison
Location: Museum of Early Trades & Crafts, Main Street at Green Village Road, Madison
The exhibit, "Exquisite Crafts: A Safe Place," showcases splendid Tiffany & Co. artifacts in a restored walk-in safe. The safe covers 50 square feet of floor and had a quarter-inch thick steel door. The exhibit features brilliant silverware and personal items such as a butterfly tray of sterling silver, an ice cream server in the English King Pattern, and a sterling silver and tortoise shell moustache comb. The pieces all date from the mid to late 19th century. Further information on directions or museum hours: (973) 377-2982.


Thursday 01/10/2002

Artwork on display in Long Valley
Location: Washington Twp. Public Library, 37 E. Springtown Rd., Long Valley
Local resident Buel Ecker will display her works in ink, watercolor, pencil and collage. Buel, aka "Peggy," is best known for her abstract works, which represent visual poems, prayers and commentaries on being human. Further information: (908) 876-3596.

Tiffany & Co. artifacts display in Madison
Location: Museum of Early Trades & Crafts, Main Street at Green Village Road, Madison
The exhibit, "Exquisite Crafts: A Safe Place," showcases splendid Tiffany & Co. artifacts in a restored walk-in safe. The safe covers 50 square feet of floor and had a quarter-inch thick steel door. The exhibit features brilliant silverware and personal items such as a butterfly tray of sterling silver, an ice cream server in the English King Pattern, and a sterling silver and tortoise shell moustache comb. The pieces all date from the mid to late 19th century. Further information on directions or museum hours: (973) 377-2982.


Friday 01/11/2002

Artwork on display in Long Valley
Location: Washington Twp. Public Library, 37 E. Springtown Rd., Long Valley
Local resident Buel Ecker will display her works in ink, watercolor, pencil and collage. Buel, aka "Peggy," is best known for her abstract works, which represent visual poems, prayers and commentaries on being human. Further information: (908) 876-3596.

Tiffany & Co. artifacts display in Madison
Location: Museum of Early Trades & Crafts, Main Street at Green Village Road, Madison
The exhibit, "Exquisite Crafts: A Safe Place," showcases splendid Tiffany & Co. artifacts in a restored walk-in safe. The safe covers 50 square feet of floor and had a quarter-inch thick steel door. The exhibit features brilliant silverware and personal items such as a butterfly tray of sterling silver, an ice cream server in the English King Pattern, and a sterling silver and tortoise shell moustache comb. The pieces all date from the mid to late 19th century. Further information on directions or museum hours: (973) 377-2982.


Saturday 01/12/2002

Artwork on display in Long Valley
Location: Washington Twp. Public Library, 37 E. Springtown Rd., Long Valley
Local resident Buel Ecker will display her works in ink, watercolor, pencil and collage. Buel, aka "Peggy," is best known for her abstract works, which represent visual poems, prayers and commentaries on being human. Further information: (908) 876-3596.

Tiffany & Co. artifacts display in Madison
Location: Museum of Early Trades & Crafts, Main Street at Green Village Road, Madison
The exhibit, "Exquisite Crafts: A Safe Place," showcases splendid Tiffany & Co. artifacts in a restored walk-in safe. The safe covers 50 square feet of floor and had a quarter-inch thick steel door. The exhibit features brilliant silverware and personal items such as a butterfly tray of sterling silver, an ice cream server in the English King Pattern, and a sterling silver and tortoise shell moustache comb. The pieces all date from the mid to late 19th century. Further information on directions or museum hours: (973) 377-2982.

2002 soccer club registration
Time: 10:00am - 2:00pm
Location: Mt. Olive Municipal Bldg., 204 Flanders-Drakestown Rd.
The Mt. Olive Soccer Club will hold registration for its spring 2002 instructional league for children in grades pre-K through 8. Volunteers for the league are needed: coaches, assistant coaches, field maintenance. Further information: 1-888-905-4257 or visit www.mountolivesoccer.com.

Learn how maple syrup is made in New Jersey
Time: 2:00pm
Location: Great Swamp Outdoor Educaiton Center, 247 Southern Blvd., Chatham
Join the staff of the Great Swamp Outdoor Education Center to learn how sap from New Jersey's own red maple trees is collected and cooked into maple syrup. Demonstrations begin in the center's auditorium followed by an outdoor experience to find and tap a tree and end with a taste test of three different syrups. Suggested donation per person: $1. Further information: (973) 636-6629.

Annual semi-formal rugby ball
Time: 7:30pm - 11:30pm
Location: Ramada Inn Garden Ballroom, Rt. 10, East Hanover
The event is hosted by the Morris Rugby Football Corporation and will include buffet dinner and choice of beer, wine, soft drinks. Reservations must be made by Jan 10 at $50 per person. Checks may be made payable to Lillian Rimac c/o Morris Rugby Corporation, 176 Lakeside Dr., Rockaway 07866. Further information: (973) 586-3666.


Sunday 01/13/2002

Artwork on display in Long Valley
Location: Washington Twp. Public Library, 37 E. Springtown Rd., Long Valley
Local resident Buel Ecker will display her works in ink, watercolor, pencil and collage. Buel, aka "Peggy," is best known for her abstract works, which represent visual poems, prayers and commentaries on being human. Further information: (908) 876-3596.

Tiffany & Co. artifacts display in Madison
Location: Museum of Early Trades & Crafts, Main Street at Green Village Road, Madison
The exhibit, "Exquisite Crafts: A Safe Place," showcases splendid Tiffany & Co. artifacts in a restored walk-in safe. The safe covers 50 square feet of floor and had a quarter-inch thick steel door. The exhibit features brilliant silverware and personal items such as a butterfly tray of sterling silver, an ice cream server in the English King Pattern, and a sterling silver and tortoise shell moustache comb. The pieces all date from the mid to late 19th century. Further information on directions or museum hours: (973) 377-2982.

Guided nature walking tour
Time: 10:00am
Location: Great Swamp Outdoor Education Center, 247 Southern Blvd., Chatham
Participants will go on a bird identifcation walk today with the help of a staff naturalist from the Morris County Parks Commission. Registration is required by calling (973) 635-6629.

"Wilde in Leadville" now on stage
Time: 3:00pm
Location: Playwright's Theatre
The Women's Theatre Company will present a reading with music of "Wilde in Leadville" based on the book by Jewel Seehaus-Fisher. For tickets, directions or further information: (973) 443-9125 or (732) 572-7340.


Monday 01/14/2002

Artwork on display in Long Valley
Location: Washington Twp. Public Library, 37 E. Springtown Rd., Long Valley
Local resident Buel Ecker will display her works in ink, watercolor, pencil and collage. Buel, aka "Peggy," is best known for her abstract works, which represent visual poems, prayers and commentaries on being human. Further information: (908) 876-3596.

Tiffany & Co. artifacts display in Madison
Location: Museum of Early Trades & Crafts, Main Street at Green Village Road, Madison
The exhibit, "Exquisite Crafts: A Safe Place," showcases splendid Tiffany & Co. artifacts in a restored walk-in safe. The safe covers 50 square feet of floor and had a quarter-inch thick steel door. The exhibit features brilliant silverware and personal items such as a butterfly tray of sterling silver, an ice cream server in the English King Pattern, and a sterling silver and tortoise shell moustache comb. The pieces all date from the mid to late 19th century. Further information on directions or museum hours: (973) 377-2982.

Take a walk with your preschooler
Time: 3:00pm
Location: Great Swamp Outdoor Education Center, 247 Southern Blvd., Chatham
Love to walk and would like the company of others who have children the same age as yours? Today's walk is titled "Keeping Warm." Pre-registration is required and fee is $8 per child. Further information: (973) 635-6629.


Tuesday 01/15/2002

Artwork on display in Long Valley
Location: Washington Twp. Public Library, 37 E. Springtown Rd., Long Valley
Local resident Buel Ecker will display her works in ink, watercolor, pencil and collage. Buel, aka "Peggy," is best known for her abstract works, which represent visual poems, prayers and commentaries on being human. Further information: (908) 876-3596.

Tiffany & Co. artifacts display in Madison
Location: Museum of Early Trades & Crafts, Main Street at Green Village Road, Madison
The exhibit, "Exquisite Crafts: A Safe Place," showcases splendid Tiffany & Co. artifacts in a restored walk-in safe. The safe covers 50 square feet of floor and had a quarter-inch thick steel door. The exhibit features brilliant silverware and personal items such as a butterfly tray of sterling silver, an ice cream server in the English King Pattern, and a sterling silver and tortoise shell moustache comb. The pieces all date from the mid to late 19th century. Further information on directions or museum hours: (973) 377-2982.

Take a walk with your baby or toddler
Time: 9:30am
Location: Lewis Morris Park, Morristown
This free hike is sponsored by the Morris County Parks Commission and requires advance registration by calling (973) 635-6629. No strollers or siblings allowed.

Get cultured with folk dancing lessons
Time: 7:30pm - 9:30pm
Location: Rockaway Valley United Methodist Church Hall, Valley Road (intersection of Peach Tree Road), Boonton
Men, women and teens welcome to learn authentic village dances of many cultures and countries using their original music. No need to come with a partner. Instructor is Betty Ciallella, an experienced folk dance teacher. Contribution: $5 per session. Further information: Beryl McMillan (973) 299-1753 or Lekha Keister (973) 492-8418.


Wednesday 01/16/2002

Artwork on display in Long Valley
Location: Washington Twp. Public Library, 37 E. Springtown Rd., Long Valley
Local resident Buel Ecker will display her works in ink, watercolor, pencil and collage. Buel, aka "Peggy," is best known for her abstract works, which represent visual poems, prayers and commentaries on being human. Further information: (908) 876-3596.

Tiffany & Co. artifacts display in Madison
Location: Museum of Early Trades & Crafts, Main Street at Green Village Road, Madison
The exhibit, "Exquisite Crafts: A Safe Place," showcases splendid Tiffany & Co. artifacts in a restored walk-in safe. The safe covers 50 square feet of floor and had a quarter-inch thick steel door. The exhibit features brilliant silverware and personal items such as a butterfly tray of sterling silver, an ice cream server in the English King Pattern, and a sterling silver and tortoise shell moustache comb. The pieces all date from the mid to late 19th century. Further information on directions or museum hours: (973) 377-2982.


Thursday 01/17/2002

Artwork on display in Long Valley
Location: Washington Twp. Public Library, 37 E. Springtown Rd., Long Valley
Local resident Buel Ecker will display her works in ink, watercolor, pencil and collage. Buel, aka "Peggy," is best known for her abstract works, which represent visual poems, prayers and commentaries on being human. Further information: (908) 876-3596.

Tiffany & Co. artifacts display in Madison
Location: Museum of Early Trades & Crafts, Main Street at Green Village Road, Madison
The exhibit, "Exquisite Crafts: A Safe Place," showcases splendid Tiffany & Co. artifacts in a restored walk-in safe. The safe covers 50 square feet of floor and had a quarter-inch thick steel door. The exhibit features brilliant silverware and personal items such as a butterfly tray of sterling silver, an ice cream server in the English King Pattern, and a sterling silver and tortoise shell moustache comb. The pieces all date from the mid to late 19th century. Further information on directions or museum hours: (973) 377-2982.


Friday 01/18/2002

Artwork on display in Long Valley
Location: Washington Twp. Public Library, 37 E. Springtown Rd., Long Valley
Local resident Buel Ecker will display her works in ink, watercolor, pencil and collage. Buel, aka "Peggy," is best known for her abstract works, which represent visual poems, prayers and commentaries on being human. Further information: (908) 876-3596.

Tiffany & Co. artifacts display in Madison
Location: Museum of Early Trades & Crafts, Main Street at Green Village Road, Madison
The exhibit, "Exquisite Crafts: A Safe Place," showcases splendid Tiffany & Co. artifacts in a restored walk-in safe. The safe covers 50 square feet of floor and had a quarter-inch thick steel door. The exhibit features brilliant silverware and personal items such as a butterfly tray of sterling silver, an ice cream server in the English King Pattern, and a sterling silver and tortoise shell moustache comb. The pieces all date from the mid to late 19th century. Further information on directions or museum hours: (973) 377-2982.

Guided nature tour in Chatham
Time: 3:30pm
Location: Great Swamp Outdoor Education Center, 247 Southern Blvd., Chatham
Today's walk is geared for families and a staff naturalist from the Morris County Parks Commission. Registration is required by calling (973) 635-6629.


Saturday 01/19/2002

Artwork on display in Long Valley
Location: Washington Twp. Public Library, 37 E. Springtown Rd., Long Valley
Local resident Buel Ecker will display her works in ink, watercolor, pencil and collage. Buel, aka "Peggy," is best known for her abstract works, which represent visual poems, prayers and commentaries on being human. Further information: (908) 876-3596.

Tiffany & Co. artifacts display in Madison
Location: Museum of Early Trades & Crafts, Main Street at Green Village Road, Madison
The exhibit, "Exquisite Crafts: A Safe Place," showcases splendid Tiffany & Co. artifacts in a restored walk-in safe. The safe covers 50 square feet of floor and had a quarter-inch thick steel door. The exhibit features brilliant silverware and personal items such as a butterfly tray of sterling silver, an ice cream server in the English King Pattern, and a sterling silver and tortoise shell moustache comb. The pieces all date from the mid to late 19th century. Further information on directions or museum hours: (973) 377-2982.

Pancake, syrup lovers: This one's for you
Time: 2:00pm
Location: Great Swamp Outdoor Education Center, 247 Southern Blvd., Chatham
Join the staff of the Great Swamp Outdoor Education Center to learn how sap from New Jersey's own red maple trees is collected and cooked into maple syrup. Demonstrations begin in the center's auditorium followed by an outdoor experience to find and tap a tree and end with a taste test of three different syrups. Suggested donation per person: $1. Further information: (973) 636-6629.


Sunday 01/20/2002

Artwork on display in Long Valley
Location: Washington Twp. Public Library, 37 E. Springtown Rd., Long Valley
Local resident Buel Ecker will display her works in ink, watercolor, pencil and collage. Buel, aka "Peggy," is best known for her abstract works, which represent visual poems, prayers and commentaries on being human. Further information: (908) 876-3596.

Tiffany & Co. artifacts display in Madison
Location: Museum of Early Trades & Crafts, Main Street at Green Village Road, Madison
The exhibit, "Exquisite Crafts: A Safe Place," showcases splendid Tiffany & Co. artifacts in a restored walk-in safe. The safe covers 50 square feet of floor and had a quarter-inch thick steel door. The exhibit features brilliant silverware and personal items such as a butterfly tray of sterling silver, an ice cream server in the English King Pattern, and a sterling silver and tortoise shell moustache comb. The pieces all date from the mid to late 19th century. Further information on directions or museum hours: (973) 377-2982.

Race your slot car for fun and charity in Riverdale
Time: 12:00pm - 6:00pm
Location: Zeppelin Hobbies, 92 Rt. 23 North, Riverdale
The third annual event will feature raffles, prizes, refreshments, race cars on display, and lots more. It will benefit the National Down Syndrome Society, National Diabetes Fund and the Injured Drivers Fund (benefits race car drivers who have been injured). Any person or organization who races may allocate their donation entirely to one of these three charities if they wish. Further information: Donna (973) 831-7717 or slotcars@warwick.net.


Monday 01/21/2002

Artwork on display in Long Valley
Location: Washington Twp. Public Library, 37 E. Springtown Rd., Long Valley
Local resident Buel Ecker will display her works in ink, watercolor, pencil and collage. Buel, aka "Peggy," is best known for her abstract works, which represent visual poems, prayers and commentaries on being human. Further information: (908) 876-3596.

Tiffany & Co. artifacts display in Madison
Location: Museum of Early Trades & Crafts, Main Street at Green Village Road, Madison
The exhibit, "Exquisite Crafts: A Safe Place," showcases splendid Tiffany & Co. artifacts in a restored walk-in safe. The safe covers 50 square feet of floor and had a quarter-inch thick steel door. The exhibit features brilliant silverware and personal items such as a butterfly tray of sterling silver, an ice cream server in the English King Pattern, and a sterling silver and tortoise shell moustache comb. The pieces all date from the mid to late 19th century. Further information on directions or museum hours: (973) 377-2982.


Tuesday 01/22/2002

Artwork on display in Long Valley
Location: Washington Twp. Public Library, 37 E. Springtown Rd., Long Valley
Local resident Buel Ecker will display her works in ink, watercolor, pencil and collage. Buel, aka "Peggy," is best known for her abstract works, which represent visual poems, prayers and commentaries on being human. Further information: (908) 876-3596.

Tiffany & Co. artifacts display in Madison
Location: Museum of Early Trades & Crafts, Main Street at Green Village Road, Madison
The exhibit, "Exquisite Crafts: A Safe Place," showcases splendid Tiffany & Co. artifacts in a restored walk-in safe. The safe covers 50 square feet of floor and had a quarter-inch thick steel door. The exhibit features brilliant silverware and personal items such as a butterfly tray of sterling silver, an ice cream server in the English King Pattern, and a sterling silver and tortoise shell moustache comb. The pieces all date from the mid to late 19th century. Further information on directions or museum hours: (973) 377-2982.

Walking with baby
Time: 9:30am
Location: Orange Trail, NWR, Myersville
This free hike is sponsored by the Morris County Parks Commission and requires advance registration by calling (973) 635-6629. No strollers or siblings allowed.

Get cultured with folk dancing lessons
Time: 7:30pm - 9:30pm
Location: Rockaway Valley United Methodist Church Hall, Valley Road (intersection of Peach Tree Road), Boonton
Men, women and teens welcome to learn authentic village dances of many cultures and countries using their original music. No need to come with a partner. Instructor is Betty Ciallella, an experienced folk dance teacher. Contribution: $5 per session. Further information: Beryl McMillan (973) 299-1753 or Lekha Keister (973) 492-8418.


Wednesday 01/23/2002

Artwork on display in Long Valley
Location: Washington Twp. Public Library, 37 E. Springtown Rd., Long Valley
Local resident Buel Ecker will display her works in ink, watercolor, pencil and collage. Buel, aka "Peggy," is best known for her abstract works, which represent visual poems, prayers and commentaries on being human. Further information: (908) 876-3596.

Tiffany & Co. artifacts display in Madison
Location: Museum of Early Trades & Crafts, Main Street at Green Village Road, Madison
The exhibit, "Exquisite Crafts: A Safe Place," showcases splendid Tiffany & Co. artifacts in a restored walk-in safe. The safe covers 50 square feet of floor and had a quarter-inch thick steel door. The exhibit features brilliant silverware and personal items such as a butterfly tray of sterling silver, an ice cream server in the English King Pattern, and a sterling silver and tortoise shell moustache comb. The pieces all date from the mid to late 19th century. Further information on directions or museum hours: (973) 377-2982.


Thursday 01/24/2002

Artwork on display in Long Valley
Location: Washington Twp. Public Library, 37 E. Springtown Rd., Long Valley
Local resident Buel Ecker will display her works in ink, watercolor, pencil and collage. Buel, aka "Peggy," is best known for her abstract works, which represent visual poems, prayers and commentaries on being human. Further information: (908) 876-3596.

Tiffany & Co. artifacts display in Madison
Location: Museum of Early Trades & Crafts, Main Street at Green Village Road, Madison
The exhibit, "Exquisite Crafts: A Safe Place," showcases splendid Tiffany & Co. artifacts in a restored walk-in safe. The safe covers 50 square feet of floor and had a quarter-inch thick steel door. The exhibit features brilliant silverware and personal items such as a butterfly tray of sterling silver, an ice cream server in the English King Pattern, and a sterling silver and tortoise shell moustache comb. The pieces all date from the mid to late 19th century. Further information on directions or museum hours: (973) 377-2982.


Friday 01/25/2002

Artwork on display in Long Valley
Location: Washington Twp. Public Library, 37 E. Springtown Rd., Long Valley
Local resident Buel Ecker will display her works in ink, watercolor, pencil and collage. Buel, aka "Peggy," is best known for her abstract works, which represent visual poems, prayers and commentaries on being human. Further information: (908) 876-3596.

Tiffany & Co. artifacts display in Madison
Location: Museum of Early Trades & Crafts, Main Street at Green Village Road, Madison
The exhibit, "Exquisite Crafts: A Safe Place," showcases splendid Tiffany & Co. artifacts in a restored walk-in safe. The safe covers 50 square feet of floor and had a quarter-inch thick steel door. The exhibit features brilliant silverware and personal items such as a butterfly tray of sterling silver, an ice cream server in the English King Pattern, and a sterling silver and tortoise shell moustache comb. The pieces all date from the mid to late 19th century. Further information on directions or museum hours: (973) 377-2982.


Saturday 01/26/2002

Artwork on display in Long Valley
Location: Washington Twp. Public Library, 37 E. Springtown Rd., Long Valley
Local resident Buel Ecker will display her works in ink, watercolor, pencil and collage. Buel, aka "Peggy," is best known for her abstract works, which represent visual poems, prayers and commentaries on being human. Further information: (908) 876-3596.

Tiffany & Co. artifacts display in Madison
Location: Museum of Early Trades & Crafts, Main Street at Green Village Road, Madison
The exhibit, "Exquisite Crafts: A Safe Place," showcases splendid Tiffany & Co. artifacts in a restored walk-in safe. The safe covers 50 square feet of floor and had a quarter-inch thick steel door. The exhibit features brilliant silverware and personal items such as a butterfly tray of sterling silver, an ice cream server in the English King Pattern, and a sterling silver and tortoise shell moustache comb. The pieces all date from the mid to late 19th century. Further information on directions or museum hours: (973) 377-2982.

Pour the syrup on thick
Time: 2:00pm
Location: Great Swamp Outdoor Education Center, 247 Southern Blvd., Chatham
Join the staff of the Great Swamp Outdoor Education Center to learn how sap from New Jersey's own red maple trees is collected and cooked into maple syrup. Demonstrations begin in the center's auditorium followed by an outdoor experience to find and tap a tree and end with a taste test of three different syrups. Suggested donation per person: $1. Further information: (973) 636-6629.

2002 spring soccer club registration
Time: 2:00pm - 5:00pm
Location: Tinc Road School, Tinc Road, Flanders
The Mt. Olive Soccer Club will hold registration for its spring 2002 instructional league for children in grades pre-K through 8. Volunteers for the league are needed: coaches, assistant coaches, field maintenance. Further information: 1-888-905-4257 or visit www.mountolivesoccer.com.


Sunday 01/27/2002

Artwork on display in Long Valley
Location: Washington Twp. Public Library, 37 E. Springtown Rd., Long Valley
Local resident Buel Ecker will display her works in ink, watercolor, pencil and collage. Buel, aka "Peggy," is best known for her abstract works, which represent visual poems, prayers and commentaries on being human. Further information: (908) 876-3596.

Tiffany & Co. artifacts display in Madison
Location: Museum of Early Trades & Crafts, Main Street at Green Village Road, Madison
The exhibit, "Exquisite Crafts: A Safe Place," showcases splendid Tiffany & Co. artifacts in a restored walk-in safe. The safe covers 50 square feet of floor and had a quarter-inch thick steel door. The exhibit features brilliant silverware and personal items such as a butterfly tray of sterling silver, an ice cream server in the English King Pattern, and a sterling silver and tortoise shell moustache comb. The pieces all date from the mid to late 19th century. Further information on directions or museum hours: (973) 377-2982.


Monday 01/28/2002

Artwork on display in Long Valley
Location: Washington Twp. Public Library, 37 E. Springtown Rd., Long Valley
Local resident Buel Ecker will display her works in ink, watercolor, pencil and collage. Buel, aka "Peggy," is best known for her abstract works, which represent visual poems, prayers and commentaries on being human. Further information: (908) 876-3596.

Tiffany & Co. artifacts display in Madison
Location: Museum of Early Trades & Crafts, Main Street at Green Village Road, Madison
The exhibit, "Exquisite Crafts: A Safe Place," showcases splendid Tiffany & Co. artifacts in a restored walk-in safe. The safe covers 50 square feet of floor and had a quarter-inch thick steel door. The exhibit features brilliant silverware and personal items such as a butterfly tray of sterling silver, an ice cream server in the English King Pattern, and a sterling silver and tortoise shell moustache comb. The pieces all date from the mid to late 19th century. Further information on directions or museum hours: (973) 377-2982.

Time for preschoolers to walk
Time: 1:00pm
Location: Great Swamp Outdoor Education Center, 247 Southern Blvd., Chatham
Love to walk and would like the company of others who have children the same age as yours? Today's walk is titled "Evergreens." Pre-registration is required and fee is $8 per child. Further information: (973) 635-6629.


Tuesday 01/29/2002

Artwork on display in Long Valley
Location: Washington Twp. Public Library, 37 E. Springtown Rd., Long Valley
Local resident Buel Ecker will display her works in ink, watercolor, pencil and collage. Buel, aka "Peggy," is best known for her abstract works, which represent visual poems, prayers and commentaries on being human. Further information: (908) 876-3596.

Tiffany & Co. artifacts display in Madison
Location: Museum of Early Trades & Crafts, Main Street at Green Village Road, Madison
The exhibit, "Exquisite Crafts: A Safe Place," showcases splendid Tiffany & Co. artifacts in a restored walk-in safe. The safe covers 50 square feet of floor and had a quarter-inch thick steel door. The exhibit features brilliant silverware and personal items such as a butterfly tray of sterling silver, an ice cream server in the English King Pattern, and a sterling silver and tortoise shell moustache comb. The pieces all date from the mid to late 19th century. Further information on directions or museum hours: (973) 377-2982.

These boots were made for walkin', baby!
Time: 9:30am
Location: Kay Center, Chester
This free hike is sponsored by the Morris County Parks Commission and requires advance registration by calling (973) 635-6629. No strollers or siblings allowed.

Get cultured with folk dancing lessons
Time: 7:30pm - 9:30pm
Location: Rockaway Valley United Methodist Church Hall, Valley Road (intersection of Peach Tree Road), Boonton
Men, women and teens welcome to learn authentic village dances of many cultures and countries using their original music. No need to come with a partner. Instructor is Betty Ciallella, an experienced folk dance teacher. Contribution: $5 per session. Further information: Beryl McMillan (973) 299-1753 or Lekha Keister (973) 492-8418.


Wednesday 01/30/2002

Artwork on display in Long Valley
Location: Washington Twp. Public Library, 37 E. Springtown Rd., Long Valley
Local resident Buel Ecker will display her works in ink, watercolor, pencil and collage. Buel, aka "Peggy," is best known for her abstract works, which represent visual poems, prayers and commentaries on being human. Further information: (908) 876-3596.

Tiffany & Co. artifacts display in Madison
Location: Museum of Early Trades & Crafts, Main Street at Green Village Road, Madison
The exhibit, "Exquisite Crafts: A Safe Place," showcases splendid Tiffany & Co. artifacts in a restored walk-in safe. The safe covers 50 square feet of floor and had a quarter-inch thick steel door. The exhibit features brilliant silverware and personal items such as a butterfly tray of sterling silver, an ice cream server in the English King Pattern, and a sterling silver and tortoise shell moustache comb. The pieces all date from the mid to late 19th century. Further information on directions or museum hours: (973) 377-2982.


Thursday 01/31/2002

Artwork on display in Long Valley
Location: Washington Twp. Public Library, 37 E. Springtown Rd., Long Valley
Local resident Buel Ecker will display her works in ink, watercolor, pencil and collage. Buel, aka "Peggy," is best known for her abstract works, which represent visual poems, prayers and commentaries on being human. Further information: (908) 876-3596.

Tiffany & Co. artifacts display in Madison
Location: Museum of Early Trades & Crafts, Main Street at Green Village Road, Madison
The exhibit, "Exquisite Crafts: A Safe Place," showcases splendid Tiffany & Co. artifacts in a restored walk-in safe. The safe covers 50 square feet of floor and had a quarter-inch thick steel door. The exhibit features brilliant silverware and personal items such as a butterfly tray of sterling silver, an ice cream server in the English King Pattern, and a sterling silver and tortoise shell moustache comb. The pieces all date from the mid to late 19th century. Further information on directions or museum hours: (973) 377-2982.

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