Tot Tours: Art Adventures

Look for different types of art throughout the museum and then make a watercolor painting.

Tot tou5rs is a fun and enriching program for children ages 2-5 and their caregivers.  Activities include a mini gallery tour and an art project.  Preregistration is not required.  Tours last about 30 minutes and begin promptly at 10:00am.
The museum opens early exclusively for this program.

On the Edge: Second Annual County College of Morris High School Photo Competition

Enjoy a one-day pop-up exhibition, organized by County College of Morris Photo Club, featuring the High School winners from Northern New Jersey (Essex, Hunterdon, Morris, Passaic, Union, somerset, Sussex, and Warren counties).  To enter your photos now through April 5 , 2014, please join the Facebook group “CCM PHOTO CLUB Competition”  and visit

Email             with any questions about how to enter your photos

Masterwork Chorus: Rejoice in the Lamb

The Masterwork Chorus presents Rejoice in the Lamb at 8pm on Saturday, May 17 at Calvary Episcopal Church, 31 Woodland Ave., Summit. This performance marks the kickoff of the Chorus’ concert tour of Germany where they will share the stage with Frankfurt-based host choir, Caecilien Chor. Conducted by Music Director Andrew Megill and Associate Director Sun Min Lee with award-winning organist Daniel Stipe, featured works include Britten’s Rejoice in the Lamb, Vierne’s Messe Solennelle, Foss’ Behold! I Build An House and variety of spirituals. Solos will be performed by lead singers from the Chorus; Jocelyn Lieberfarb (soprano), Mary Pat Finucane (alto), Eric Schaefer (tenor) and PEter Tamburro, III (Bass).

Wheelchair accessible

Parking is available across the street from the Church.

Tickets are available online at and at the door.

Opera at Florham’s Vocal Competition, April 27th

Opera at Florham presents its 26th annual Vocal Competition established by Violetta DuPont to benefit singers, 21-35 years of age, who are pursuing a career in opera. This event honors our devoted, generous and dedicated benefactor, Violetta DuPont. enjoy a delicious lunch followed by music from a former Vocal Competition winner!

Luncheon at 12:30 pm in the Hartmann Lounge (the Mansion)
Vocal Competition 3pm – Lenfell Hall (the Mansion)
Fancy desserts at intermission

For tickets, send a check to
Opera at Florham
PO box 343
Convent Station, NJ 07961


Purchase tickets online at

Phone: (973) 443-8620
In resience at Fairleigh Dickinson University, 285 Madison Ave., Madison, NJ 07940

Cook Like a Soldier

Join food historian Carolina Capehart as she digs into a soldier’s diet during the Revolutionary Was.  Learn about the typical daily rations, what soldiers received and ate, how it was cooked and how it has changed over time.  Exhibit reception to follow.  FREE admission.  Space is limited; pre-registration is recommended call

973-377-2982 x 14.

Wheelchair Accessible

Swingin’ Tern Contra Dances

Band Dance Wiz and caller Don Flaherty promise a lively evening!  No partner necessary.  Beginners workshop at 7:30 pm.  Just listening to the band is worth the admission, and listeners are welcome.

The Laramie Project:10 Years Later at FDU

In 1998, gay University of Wyoming student Matthew Shepard left the Fireside Bar with Aaron McKinney and Russell Henderson. The following day he was discovered tied to a fence, brutally beaten and close to death. Six days later he died. Later that year, ten members of Tectonic Theatre Project traveled to Laramie and conducted interviews with the people of the town and these texts became the basis for the play, The Laramie Project. Ten years later, five members of Tectonic returned to Laramie to try to understand the long-term effect of the murder.  They found a town wrestling with its legacy and its place in history. In addition to revisiting the folks whose words riveted us in the original play, this time around the company also spoke with the two murderers, McKinney and Henderson, as well as Matthew’s mother, Judy Shepard. The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later is a bold new work by Moises Kauffman which asks the question, “How does society write its own history?”


Performance dates: May 7-10 at 8pm and Sunday, May 11 at 2:30pm
High School Matinee: Friday, May 9, at 11am.


Contact  Stephen Hollis, Theatre Program Director, FDU at (973) 443-8467.