Purchase a Ceramic Bowl, Help the Soup Kitchen

Morris County's annual St. Patrick's Day Parade also on tap this week.

Help the Community Soup Kitchen and Outreach Center by purchasing ceramic bowls created by special-needs children from ECLC of New Jersey's Chatham School on Friday and celebrate St. Patrick's Day with Morris County's annual Morristown parade on Saturday.

Here's a look at what else is happening:

Monday—The Jazz Lobster Big Band will be joined by saxophonist Larry McKenna and vocalist Carrie Jackson for a concert at the  in Morristown to benefit the Morris Museum. The event begins at 6:30 p.m., and includes a wine and cheese reception. Tickets are $20 per seat.

Tuesday—The will host the Graham Clarke Music Experience for children ages 6 and under from 10:45 to 11:15 a.m. No registration is required.

Wednesday—Jonathon Jeans, an organic gardener with 35 years of experience, will discuss organic gardening at the from 7:30 to 9 p.m.

Thursday—The County College of Morris in Randolph will hold an open house for adults in the Davidson Room of the Student Community Center from 5 to 7 p.m.

Friday— will host the "Empty Bowls" reception to benefit Morristown's Community Soup Kitchen and Outreach Center Inc. Special-needs student artists from ECLC of New Jersey's Chatham School have created 120 ceramic soup bowls that will be sold for $15. 

Saturday—The Morris County St. Patrick's Day Parade in Morristown starts at the corner of South and James streets at noon. The parade will continue down South Street to Atno Avenue.

Sunday—The  will host An American Gardener at Great Dixter at 10 a.m. Sid Jones, a retired chemist with more than 40 years of gardening experience, will discuss the beauty of the Great Dixter garden in East Sussex in the United Kingdom and it's affect on his gardening here in New Jersey.


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