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Announcements as of January 11, 2010
Happy New Year to All
Registration for "Branching Out!", the gardening program for young people ages 5 through 13 will begin in January 2010. This will mark the 37th year for this program sponsored by The Friends of The Frelinghuysen Arboretum and the Morris County Park Commission. Gardeners may attend spring, summer or both seasons. Time and fees are dependent on age of gardener. For more information and an enrollment form, click the image on the right or call Gwen Montgomery at 973-631-5004 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hats Off to Matilda, Annual Matilda's Tea for Children - February 6thReturn to the childhood of Matilda Frelinghuysen by attending this elegant tea for young and old alike. Fashion is the focus and we'll learn how much has changed in the way we dress for school and for play in the past one hundred years.
Learn how hats helped begin today's environmental movement. Noted fashion historian Barbara Meyer Darlin will demonstrate from head to toe the many, many layers a fashionable woman needs to wear.
All young tea-takers will make a real garden party hat to take home.
Recommended for ages 6 and up with adult.
Click on the image at the left for more information and call 973.326.7603 to register
Chocolate Making for Teens - February 9th
Everyone will want to be your Valentine when they get a taste of the delicious chocolates we will be making in this class. More information here, and sign up soon.
Save the Dates!
Many other programs are listed in our Events Calendar, but here are a few you may want to check out and add to your calendar:
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