The March selection is "Small Great Things" by Jodi Picoult.
The evening will feature betting with “play money” on actual horse races filmed in the past at actual tracks from around the country with the opportunity to win additional “play money” which can then be used either to bet on more races, or purchase tickets for a “basket raffle” of substantial prizes donated by local merchants.
An extra attraction is the opportunity to “Own a Race Horse” – purchasing a virtual race horse for $50, which if it wins its race, will afford the additional opportunity to participate in a drawing for a Grand Prize, including a Lottery Ticket Board, a Big-Screen TV, or a Time Share Vacation.
For safer, cleaner streets, brush should be placed out no earlier than 48 hours before scheduled pick-up date.
Please insure that any brush put curbside adheres to the following guidelines:
- No branches or limbs more than 3 inches in diameter
- Small limbs and twigs should be tied in 1 foot round bundles no longer than 6 feet.
- No branches or limbs should be longer than 6 feet nor greater than 3 inches in diameter (chipper limit)
- Vines and picker bushes must be tied in bundles
- Stumps must be free of dirt and debris.
- No leaves or grass clippings are allowed with BRUSH pick-up
- No lumber, Metal, Building Materials or Foreign Debris
- PLEASE CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION.
The 19th Annual Inter-generational Prom will be held on Friday, May12th, 2017 from 6:00-9:00 P.M. at Morristown High School.
Come spend the evening dining and dancing, hosted by Morristown High School students! The school cafeteria will be transformed for our prom theme, “DENIM & DIAMONDS”.
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).
RSVP is required by April 21, 2017.
Space is limited, so please RSVP soon
No experience necessary. Nancy Critchley will offer hands-on training.
Bring your Pruners & heavy gloves, and a bucket or tarp.
Help us make this year's bloom beautiful!
Call Nancy if any questions - 973-390-1129
MORRIS PLAINS MUNICIPAL ALLIANCE INVITES YOU TO ATTEND A PROFESSIONAL PERFORMANCE BY THE PUSHCART PLAYERS ON MARCH 23RD:
STONE SOUP AND OTHER STORIES
A charming, well-seasoned blend of folk tales from around the world
Borough School, 500 Speedwell Ave, Morris Plains
Free for children 0-17 years and senior citizens, $5 for adults
For tickets and more info please see http://events.constantcontact.com/register/event?llr=rwrdmkeab&oeidk=a07edvmc05z95586632
PLEASE NOTE THAT THE BLOOD DRIVE WILL NOT BE HELD ON APRIL 1ST AS SHOWN BELOW. THE DATE FOR THE BLOOD DRIVE HAS BEEN CHANGED TO SATURDAY, APRIL 15TH.
Morris Plains Public Schools will hold their annual Kindergarten Registration and Screening on April 4, 5, and 6 at Mountain Way School.
Children must be residents of Morris Plains and five years of age on or before October 1, 2017, to be eligible for a September entrance into kindergarten. A birth certificate, proof of residence and health information are required at the registration.
Sit down dinners will be held from 5:30 to 7:30 PM. Take-out orders will be available from 5:30-7:30 PM. Prices are $18.00 for an adults and $9.00 for a children. The meal consists of a choice of Fish or Chicken with Fries, Coleslaw, Ice Tea or Lemonade, and a Brownie.
Tickets may be purchased at the door or purchased in advance by calling the church office (973) 285-0884
The Library, located at 77 Glenbrook Road in Morris Plains, will hold another Paper Shredding Event on Saturday, April 22nd.. from 9:00 AM to 12:00 Noon (sharp).
The event will be held in the library parking lot rain or shine. A $5.00 donation per box or bag of documents to be shredded is requested.
Call the Library for any additional information at (973) 538-2599.
This program is for children in grades k - 4 (or those reading at 4th. grade level or below). The classes are taught by Morris Plains teachers supported by "fun mentors" grades 4+.
Please click on the links below for information on the following classes:
The Morris County Stigma-Free Communities Initiative is a county-wide program which aims to eradicate the stigma associated with mental illness and substance use disorders.
The initiative is dedicated to raising awareness of these illnesses by creating an environment where affected individuals are supported in their efforts to achieve wellness and recovery.
PLEASE CLICK on the link below to learn more about this initiative and what resources are available for residents.
The Morris Plains Board of Health and the Morris County Office of Health Management want to remind residents about what the flu is, and how to try and prevent catching it.
Story Time will be held every Tuesday morning, starting at 10:30 AM.
All children under 5 are welcome.
Please call 973-538-2599 for any further information.