The Walsh Memorial Bell Choir Program of The Presbyterian Church of Morris Plains, 400 Speedwell Avenue, will present its annual APPRECIATION CONCERT on Sunday, May 15 at 7:00 p.m. in the sanctuary.
The Cadet, Mezza, Grazio and Walsh Memorial Bell Choirs, and a Walsh Alumni Bell Choir, will be playing separately and together.
The concert is free and open to the public.
Refreshments will be served following the concert.
This is an outstanding musical event for the whole family to enjoy. Plan to come!!
MP MUNICIPAL ALLIANCE TO PRESENT PROGRAM ON PREPARING STUDENTS FOR TRANSITION FROM HIGH SCHOOL TO COLLEGE:
Parents of High School Juniors and Seniors!
Are you ready for your teen to go to college? Are they ready to be on their own?
The Morris Plains Municipal Alliance invites parents to this important presentation:
How to Prepare for the Transition from High School to College
Morristown High School Auditorium
This important presentation will focus on:
The Impact of the First 6 Weeks of Freshman Year
How to Plan for a Successful Transition
Substance Use on College Campuses
Mental Health Concerns
Preparing for Academic Success
Resources, Educational Efforts and Intervention
Please register to attend at http://tinyurl.com/transitionprep
Presented by Audra J. Tonero, LPC, LCADC (Cross-Street Counseling, LLC)
Audra is a practicing clinician with over 20 years experience working with adolescents,
young adults and adults with mental health and substance use concerns. For the past 15 years Audra has worked with High School seniors and College students creating and implementing plans for success.
ITS NOT TOO LATE....
To join the Education Foundation of Morris Plains in our upcoming 5K Run/Walk."Strides for Education" will be held on Thursday, May 5th at 6:00 p.m. at Central Park of Morris Plains.
Proceeds from this, the EFMP's 2nd Annual 5K Run/Walk, will support excellence and innovation in the Morris Plains School District.
New this year will be a Youth Fun Run for children in 8th grade and below.
Registration information can be found at www.educationfoundationmp.com Come run or walk with us in support of our schools!
Come spend the evening dining and dancing, hosted by Morristown High School students! The school cafeteria will be transformed for our prom theme, "An Evening in Venice".
This FREE event is for senior citizens of Morristown, Morris Plains and Morris Township. It is sponsored by the MHS Home & School Association, and The Education Association of Morris (TEAM).
On WEDNESDAAY, May 25th.The League of Woman Voters will hold a presentation on Stemming the Rising Tide Of Opioid Abuse. The presentation will be held at the Alexander Hamilton School in Morristown from 7:30 to 9:00 PM. All are Welcome to attend!!
MORRIS PLAINS BOROUGH NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR AFFORDABLE HOUSING LOCATED AT DAVENPORT VILLAGE:April 18, 2016
The Borough of Morris Plains, through its agent Madison Affordable Housing Corporation, is now accepting applications for 56 units of affordable housing at 260 Tabor Road. The building, known as Davenport Village, has one, two and three bedroom apartments for seniors (over 55) and families with qualified very low, low and moderate incomes. Each apartment has a full kitchen with appliances. All units have their own heating and air conditioning units. The building has an elevator system, and laundry facilities are available.
An Application for Davenport Village, including income requirements, is available by clicking on the link below. Applications are also available at the Borough Clerk’s office at Town Hall, 531 Speedwell Ave., 2nd. Floor, and at the Morris Plains Library.
There will be two public meetings to explain eligibility requirements and answer questions. An evening meeting is scheduled for 7:00 PM on April 28, 2016. A daytime meeting is scheduled for 2:00 PM on May 11, 2016. Both meetings will be held at the Morris Plains Community Center, 51 Jim Fear Drive, Morris Plains, N.J.
PLEASE CLICK HERE for Preliminary Application , Instructions and Income Requirements.
PLEASE CLICK HERE for a rendering of Davenport Village and individual apartment layouts.
Please go to the website listed below for more information and news about our organization and our official fund drive letter.
Or send your donation to:
Morris Plains Fire Association
PO Box 281
Morris Plains, New Jersey 07950
Remember Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Detectors and Save Lives!!
Thank you for your donation.
Trinity Lutheran Church of Morris Plains and Good Shepherd Lutheran Church of Randolph will host a premier showing of "The First Rosa" on Saturday, May 21 from 10:00 AM to 12:00 Noon at the Bow Tie Parsippany Cinema, 3165 Rt. 46, Parsippany, NJ 07054.
With a passion for helping others, educating children and sharing the Gospel, Rosa Young accomplished extraordinary things for her community the kingdom of God. She was instrumental in founding and promoting 30 Lutheran Elementary schools and 35 Lutheran congregations in Alabama’s “Black Belt.” Her legacy is unparalleled as an educator, confessor and church planter for Christ and his Church.
Admission is Free. The churches as well as the AAA Academy for Children will collect donations ($5, $10 or more are suggested) to benefit the Rosa Young Schools.
For more information: Facebook: The First Rosa – LCMS NJD Premiere
The May selection is "My Antonia" by Willa Cather.
The programs this year offer a wide range of activities for the children of Morris Plains. Registration forms will be available at the Morris Plains Community Center as well as in the link below. Registration will begin at the Community Center starting April 13, 2016.
This program is for children grades K - 4 (or those reading at a 4th grade level or below). It is designed to help children who encounter difficulties with literacy or those who want to gain confidence in their reading skills.
The April and May classes will be held in a new location - The Mountain Way School Library.
The Morris Plains Community Park Pool has it's own website containing much more information regarding Community Park Pool activities. It can be accessed at: www.morrisplainspool.com
Listed below are six new programs that will be offered by the MP Recreation Commission this Spring.
Please click on a specific program for details:
Classes are limited to 15 students, and you MUST register in advance.
Kids ages 5 - 13 only. Helmets and bike required.
Classes held the second Sunday of each month.
April and May classes are already filled.
The Morris Plains Co-op, located on Cleveland Avenue, offers flexible educational and enrichment programs from 8 am until 3 pm, up to five days a week, for children 18 months to 5 years old. The Co-Op includes a variety of new enrichment programs with a focus on STEM education, play-based learning, and flexible hours and co-op options to accommodate all families. Students come from Morris Plains and many surrounding communities including Denville, Hanover, Morristown, Parsippany, Randolph, and Whippany.
Please join us on Saturday, February 6, 2016 from 9 am to 11 am for our Open House to see why the Co-Op is the right choice for your child.
The January, 2016 issue of "Your Health Matters" is now available online. This newsletter is published by the Morris County Office of Health Management, which is the Health Services Provider for the Borough of Morris Plains.
PLEASE CLICK HERE to read "YOUR HEALTH MATTERS".
The Morris School District Community School is teaming up with Morris Plains Recreation to offer a variety of exiciting trips this Spring.
A "Clean Communities" section has been added to this website. It can be found in the upper left hand portion of this page under the "Organizations & Activities" section. This new section will contain information on the Morris Plains Clean Community Program that is called "Pick Up Morris Plains".
In Morris Plains, non-profit groups volunteer under a state funded mini-grant program to participate in special litter pickup days during the months of October and April. Currently, every street in the borough is covered at least once a year through this program. Mini-grants are available for groups and clubs that wish to participate.
Please visit the new section to find more information on how to curb litter responsibly in Morris Plains and find contact informtion if your organization is interested in participating.
Every Tuesday morning at 10:30 AM, "Story Time With Jessica" is held at the Morris Plains Liabrary.
All children ages 2 - 5 are welcome.
Please call the Library directly at (973) 538-2599 for more information.