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Women's March Sign-Making Party Comes to Madison on Tuesday

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Members of the public are invited to a Women’s March sign-making party on Tuesday, 7-9 p.m., at the Madison Community House on 25 Cook Ave.

Some craft supplies will be provided, including foam board, poster markers and poster paints. Attendees should try to bring their own materials, according to event hosts Action Together Morris County, Madison Area Call to Action and Chatham Moms for Change. 

“The women's march organizers have asked that nobody makes a sign with any wood or metal, so that eliminates making a handle unless you are crafty enough to do it with a thick cardboard tube,” said Action Together Morris County on Facebook.

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The theme for this event is “Power to the Polls.” 

Those who wish to participate should RSVP on the event’s Facebook page. Wine and snacks will be available. Participants are encouraged to bring refreshments and food to share. 

Morristown’s Women’s March on New Jersey will take place Saturday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and begin at Morristown Town Hall on 200 South St.

Visit www.womensmarchnj2018.com or the Women’s March on New Jersey Facebook event page for more information. Register to participate in the march here

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