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Victorian Pressed Flower Workshop Saturday, May 18 from 11:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. $25; $15 for members of Morven Spend a springtime afternoon as Victorian women, such as Harriet Stockton might have, and create pressed flower art surrounded by historic garden with Morven’s Curator of Education Debra Lampert-Rudman. Learn the “love language” of flowers, enjoy an illustrated powerpoint on this Victorian art, and create artwork of your own special design suitable for framing. All flowers, materials, and art instruction provided.…Find out more »
Seed Planting Storytime Thursday, May 23 at 11:00 a.m. $10 for two adults with up to 3 children; Free with Morven’s Family Membership Ages 3 to 6 Join us as May flowers are sprouting at Morven. We’ll read Grandpa Green by Lane Smith followed by a special seed planting adventure and tour through Morven’s historic garden (weather permitting). Everyone will go home with their own packet of seeds and instructions!Find out more »
Peony Extravaganza: Botanical Illustration Workshop in Morven’s Gardens with NYBG’s Robin Jess Thursday, May 30 from 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. $65; $50 Friends of Morven Materials list provided upon registration and most materials will be available at workshop through instructor. Register early for what’s certain to be a sell-out event! Morven is delighted to welcome Robin A. Jess, former Executive Director of the American Society of Botanical Artists and Coordinator of The New York Botanical Garden’s Botanical Art and…Find out more »
Beginning in June of 2019, Morven Museum & Garden will host an exhibit on New Jersey baseball, 1855-1915 which will tell the story of the state’s important role in the history of early organized baseball through artifacts, text, images and other visuals. The exhibit will describe the nature of the first New Jersey baseball clubs, the differences between 19th century baseball and the modern game and cover areas of special interest such as the African-American experience and women’s participation. The…Find out more »
Discussion and Q&A with vintage baseball historian and co-curator of Morven’s base ball exhibition. Museum galleries open before and until 4:00 p.m. following program. Ticket includes same-day Museum admission.Find out more »