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Florists in Morris Plains, NJ

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Morris Plains Flower Shops

1-800-Flowers - Morris Plains

28 E Hanover Ave
Morris Plains, NJ 07950
(973) 267-8662

Morris Plains NJ News

Feb 3, 2016

Things to Do in New Jersey, Jan. 30 Through Feb. 7

Paul Taylor Dance Company. Jan. 31 at 4 p.m. $25 and $35. Pollak Theater, Monmouth University, 400 Cedar Avenue. monmouth.edu; 732-263-6889. Outdoors MORRIS PLAINS “Evenings at Craftsman Farms: The Twilight Tour,” tour of Gustav Stickley’s Log House and North Cottage, focused on the early history of electricity in New Jersey. Jan. 30, and Feb. 13 at 5 p.m. $5 and $12. The Stickley Museum at Craftsman Farms, 2352 Route 10 West. 973-540-0311; stickleymuseum.org. SUMMIT “Tap That Tree.” Learn how to tap trees for the coming maple sugar season. Jan. 30, 1 to 2 p.m. $20 for families; members free. Reeves-Reed Arboretum, 165 Hobart Ave. 908-273-8787; reeves-reedarboretum.org. Spoken Word ENGLEWOOD “African American Art,” Wanda Croudy, chairwoman of the African American Cultural Committee at the Montclair Art Museum, will discuss the legacy of artists of the African diaspora. Feb. 3 at 7:15 p.m. Englewood Public Library, 31 Engle Street. 201-568-2215; englewoodlibrary.org. PATERSON Reading by winners of the 2015 Allen Ginsberg Poetry Awards. Feb. 6 at 1 p.m. Free. Hamilton Club Building, 32 Church Street. 973-684-6555; poetrycenterpccc.c... (New York Times)

Feb 2, 2016

RIP Peter Wolf

Pennsylvania, he distinguished himself in corporate communications at Warner-Lambert Co. for 17 years, and retired from Pfizer Inc., both in Morris Plains, NJ. Since then, he was the Director of Corporate Communications for Par Pharmaceutical Co., Inc. in Woodcliffe Lake, NJ; a public affairs officer for NJ Assemblyman Thomas P. Giblin; a reporter/stringer for Reuters U.S. General News, and a freelance writer and photographer. Beginning in 1978, he was a writer and reporter for Dorf Feature Service, an affiliate of The Star-Ledger; a public information manager for Upsala College in East Orange, NJ, and a public relations specialist for Borg Warner Corp./Baker Industries in Parsippany, NJ. Pete had many avocations, including photography, sports, music, and traveling to his house in Ballinskelligs, Ireland, all enhanced by his crackerjack use and understanding of digital tools and social media. Facebook users have long enjoyed his vast library of breathtaking nature and scenic photography. His musical interests were widespread, and he always had a guitar nearby to strum. A lifelong fan of the New York Yankees and the New York Rangers, he spent much of his life doing laps in a swimming pool, and enjoyed bowling, golf and tennis. A member of the Commonwealth Club of Montclair, he served on its board of trustees and also as club president. Peter was a volunteer with the Outpost in the Burbs, Montclair, and at the soup kitchen in Christ Episcopal Church, East Orange, and was a supporter of youth golf programs at Weequahic Golf Course in Newark, NJ. Never at a loss for a story, or a personal link connecting him to someone he had just met, Peter loved bringing people together, and helping neighbors and friends in many ways, big and small. Predeceased by his parents, Helena and Franklin H. Wolf, and a brother, Franklin, Jr., he leaves his... (Baristanet)