I recently discovered Greenwood Gardens, a hidden gem just off Old Short Hills Road in Short Hills. There is a sign at the driveway entrance. You drive up a winding road, through a gate, to a beautiful house with magnificent gardens. What a treasure! Here’s an event they’re holding that might interest my readers:
GREENWOOD GARDENS HISTORY & HARVEST CELEBRATION
WHEN: Sunday, October 15, from Noon - 4 pm.
WHERE: Greenwood Gardens, 274 Old Short Hills Road, Short Hills
ADMISSION: Buy Tickets in advance and save! Purchase by Oct 14: $20 per family—includes 5 free activity tickets. After Oct 14: $25 per family. General admission: Adults $10, Children: $5; Children under 12: free. Activity tickets available on site. Some activities are free.
Express your creative ideas with a decorated pumpkin or scarecrow for the Greenwood Gardens History & Harvest Celebration.
Click here to email Stephanie Murphy for an entry form no later than October 1. Entries must be delivered to Greenwood by 5:00 pm Friday, October 13.
This fun-filled, family-friendly event features live music, pony rides, face painting and lots of crafts & games for kids. The Great Apple Hunt, for kids 10 and under, will take place at 1:00 and 3:00 p.m.
Meet feathered and furry animals with the Friendly Farmyard petting zoo. Enjoy story time and take photos with the Chestnut Street Witch! Learn all about strange carnivorous plants and "creepy" bugs.
There will be old-fashioned games: potato sack and apple-on-a-spoon races and-new this year-square dancing throughout the day! Soulfege, Millburn High School's award winning a cappella group will give two performances at 1:30 and 2:30 pm. Learn the fascinating history with our fun facts of Greenwood and take a guided tour of the Gardens. Visit the Millburn-Short Hills Historical Society booth.
Pizza and more from Chew Chew Pizzeria will be available for purchase. Enjoy caramel apples and other delicious treats from Chocolate Works of Millburn. Cider, donuts and snacks will also be available.
This signature event takes advantage of the crisp weather, and seasonal beauty of the Garden.