Morven Museum & Garden hosts 2019 Festival of Trees Holiday Showcase
Juried Trees on display November 27, 2019, through January 5, 2020
By: Morven Museum & Garden
"One of our beloved traditions, Festival of Trees celebrates the season with our decorator partners festooning our galleries. This year we have expanded the activities during the Festival to include two Thursday evenings with Beth Allan giving special Morven After Dark tours, tea with the Governor's Girls, and after last year's successful gingerbread house-making, adults have their very own session, complete with adult refreshments,"
Festival of Trees decorators include:
The co-chairs of Morven's Festival of Trees are Colleen Goggins, Carolyn & John Healey, Rachel & Mark Herr, and Lisa & Michael Ullmann.
All visitors are invited to vote on their favorite tree or mantel during regular Museum hours or at our special holiday programs. No reservations are required. Museum tickets must be purchased to visit the museum or attend programs. Docents will be on hand to share information, however, no formal tours are given during the Festival.
December programming around this year's Festival includes a Holiday Wreath Workshop, Family Gingerbread House Workshops, Holiday Tea, an Adult Gingerbread House Workshop, and Pajama Storytime with Mrs. Claus and renowned Princeton illustrator Gennady Spirin. Photos are encouraged with Mrs. Claus and each registrant will receive a free autographed copy of Mr. Spirin's The Night Before Christmas.
Morven Museum & Garden, 55 Stockton St, Princeton, NJ. Open Wednesday through Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Additional hours include Thursday, December 12 and 19 from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m to coincide with Morven After Dark (https://morvenmuseum.squarespace.com/
For additional information and associated programming, visit morven.org (https://morvenmuseum.squarespace.com/)
About Morven Museum & Garden
For more than 200 years Morven has played a role in the history of New Jersey and the nation. Originally part of a 5,500-acre tract purchased from William Penn in 1701 by the Stockton family, it is the home of Richard Stockton, a Signer of the Declaration of Independence. As well as serving as a Stockton homestead for several generations into the 20th century, Morven was home to the families of Robert Wood "The General" Johnson Jr., and eventually five New Jersey governors, three generations of enslaved families, respective domestic workers, and staff. Morven Museum & Garden showcases the rich cultural heritage of the Garden State through regular exhibitions, educational programs, and special events.
Debi Lampert-Rudman, Curator of Education
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