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Morristown Happenings: Things to do in Morristown this Weekend

Credits: Terry's Pet Stop

MORRISTOWN, NJ -  Where are you going this weekend? Morristown, of course! Hope in the car and see what's going on in Morristown this weekend! 

Friday April 28

F-Ride Day Ride Day; Whole Foods Market; 6:30pm

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Opening Reception for People, Places and Things Exhibit; 70 South Gallery; 6pm

The Folk Project presents Jeanne Burns & Andrew Hardin; Morristown Unitarian Fellowship; 7:30pm

Ice Skating; Mennen Arena; 8pm - 10pm

​​​​​​​Clever Little Lies; Bickford Theatre; 8pm

Manhattan Comedy Night; Mayo Performing Arts Center; 8pm

Trap Door Escape Room; Morristown;

Karaoke; Tiff's Grill and Ale House; 9pm


Saturday April 29

State Council of New Jersey Junior Leagues Get On Board Training; Peck School; 8am - 3:30pm

​​​​​​​Car Wash Fundraiser for the Morristown High School Marching Band and Winter Guard; Morristown High School; 9am - 1pm

Morristown High School Marching Band Clothing Drive; Morristown High School; 9am - 1pm

CPR Training and Certification; Advocare Morristown Pediatrics; James Steet Location; call Alex at 973-540-9393 ext 10

Renovation Celebration at Lauren b.; all day

​​​​​​​Family Story Time; Morristown Library; 10am

National Prescription Take Back Day; Morris Township Municipal Parking lot (Next to Tiff's Grill and Ale House); 10am - 2pm

All County Garage Sale; Mennen Arean; 10am - 3pm

Healthy Kids Day; YMCA of Greater Morristown; 11am - 1pm

Morris County Lacrosse Tournament; Morristown High School vs. Jefferson High School at Morristown High School Turf Field; 11am

Pet Adoption; Terry's Pet Stop; 12noon - 3pm

First Time Homebuyer Seminar; Tolliver Realty Group; 163 Madison Avenue; 12noon - 1:30pm

​​​​​​​Morris County  Baseball Tournament; Morristown High School vs. Butler High School; at Butler (97 Mabey Lane) 1pm

Meet the Servents; Fosterfields Living Historic Farm; 1pm - 2pm and 2pm - 3pm

Welcome Barn Swallows and Blueburds; Fosterfields Living Historic Farm; 1:45pm - 2:30pm

Plant Spuds; Fosterfields Living Historic Farm; 10am - 11:30am and 1pm - 2pm

Arbor Day Tree Planting Celebration; Frelinghuysen Arboretum; 2pm - 3pm

Bead Weaving Workshop; Frelinghuysen Arboretum; 1pm - 4pm

Trap Door Escape Room; Morristown;

Sandy Hook Welcome Rally; Morristown Town Hall; 6pm

Rhythmic Circus: "Feet Don't Fail Me Now!"; Mayo Performing Arts Center; 7:30pm



Sunday April 30

Sandy Hook Departure Ride; Morristown Town Hall; 8am

6th Annual Run it Out 5K Run and Walk; Central Park of Morris County; 9am

Biblical Botany Walking Tour; Frelinghuysen Arboretum; 1pm - 2:30pm

Cooking Demonstrations; What's Up, Doc; Frelinghuysen Arboretum; 1pm - 3pm

Jack Hanna's Into the Wild Live; Mayo Performing Arts Center; 1:30pm and 4:30pm

​​​​​​​Gail Fishman Gerwin Memorial Poetry Reading; Morristown Library; 2pm

Trap Door Escape Room; Morristown;

Clever Little Lies; Bickford Theatre; 2pm

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