Wednesday, November 21, 2012
Seven of 10 Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 tablets have arrived and are expected to be used by beginning of the year.
If the Morris School District can jump into the tablet craze, why can't the town? While Frelinghuysen Middle School students this year began learning on Apple's iPad, the town tablets are coming from one of that computer powerhouse's most fiercest competitors. Paul Miller, with the town's Office of Sustainability announced Tuesday that seven of 10 Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 tablets have arrived and will be given to the Town Council. The tablets, estimated in value of about $500 each, were donated at no cost to the town by Samsung, who Miller noted has worked with his Sustainable Morristown in the past—most recently loaning computers for use during a public "Creative Morristown" brainstorming event at the Hyatt. The main, most obvious benefit…
Friday, September 14, 2012
Dinner event scheduled for Sunday, Sept. 23 at Hyatt Morristown.
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Friday, September 14, 2012
Terry Connolly wants people to know sustainability isn't just about buying from your local farmer. Though that's important, the Community Soup Kitchen and Outreach Center Executive Director wants people to know sustainability is much more than just that. It's her organization, for example. That is why CSK is one of several new participants in the Morris County Sunday Supper Series' fourth edition, to be held from 4 to 7 p.m. Sept. 23 at Hyatt Morristown. Sponsored by Hyatt Morristown and the Highlands Dinner Club and benefitting Sustainable Morristown, the tasting event started a year ago will focus its attentions this time on local food sources, from the farmer to the person who prepared what the farmer grows. The event's title, …
Wednesday, May 16, 2012
Semi-regular event showcased new fresh and local foods coming to restaurant.
It wouldn't be a Sustainable Morristown "Green Drinks" event without drinks, and there were plenty of those on hand Tuesday night at George & Martha's. But, the real stars were the free appetizers the Villa Enterprises-owned restaurant was serving, as a preview of their new "Seasonal-Local-Fresh" menu, which will premiere on May 22. Also at the event was Kendra Arnold, of Bike and Walk Morristown, to promote her organization's upcoming "Bike-o-Rama." Note: Thanks to Berit Ollestad, friend of Patch, for sharing some additional photos from the event.
Monday, April 23, 2012
Sustainable Morristown-sponsored 2012 Earth Day Experience brings many out to Dehart Street garage on April 22.
The forecast wasn't favorable. Rain had already started coming down at a steady pace, with more called for later in the day. Still, many turned out Sunday for the inaugural 2012 Earth Day Experience event, at the Dehart Street Parking Garage in Morristown. Garage sales, farm stores, live music, information tables (and, Patch!) were on hand for the many people who ignored the rain and came out to the event.