Winter dealt many of us a pretty severe blow last weekend. If that made you miss the entry deadline, don’t worry! We have extended the entry deadline until November 21st. Read all about it on our Events page and show your castle, house, winter scene, space launch, family, etc. (to name a few of the past entries). It’s great fun for young and old and will take you mind off the last week’s mess.
Yesterday, artist Nelson Hancock installed an exhibit of charmingly evil cucurbits (that’s pumpkins of all shapes and sizes) on the slate patio just outside the Haggerty Education Center that is both whimsical and fascinatingly scary. The pumpkins will be on display through Halloween, so try to get over to the Arboretum to see them.
Jennifer Basile was there yesterday and provided several pictures of this fun display — click on the picture at right to see these in our picture gallery.
The Morristown Daily Record was there too and has posted a gallery of the artist at work. Don’t miss out on this fun exhibit.
While walking around the Arboretum this afternoon I saw that Fall has begun painting the trees while asters, sedum and mums show off their colors. I hope you get a chance to enjoy this season soon. In the meantime, click on the picture at the right to go to our picture gallery for lots more.
Don’t forget the Autumn at the ARTboretum event starting tomorrow, Oct. 23rd through Halloween. Lots more photo opportunities!