The outdoors beckons and our members are ready! They got together for poetry in the park, for a walk in Braddock Park, featuring the Manhattan skyline, and for insider tours of Paterson’s Great Falls National Historic Park.See the Photos
At this spring’s Membership Meeting, May 16, we will elect officers and committee chairs and vote on proposed constitutional amendments.Read More
When it comes to in-person activities, open vs. closed is not a simple decision that can be made on the basis of one or two variables, says member and scientist Mary Matsui.
On the way to normalcy and re-opening after the pandemic, to summer, and to figuring out what may be next for our in-transition Society, President Susan Lesh is ‘tired of looking at that yellow light.’Read More
So much of what Felix Adler said 145 years ago seems obvious to us now, but in his day, Adler’s philosophy was revolutionary. As we approach Founders Day, Leader Curt Collier celebrates Adler and all those dedicated to bringing out the best in others.Read More
Fourteen Sunday School children and their families gathered on the meetinghouse grounds today for a fun, educational–and delicious–Earth Day event. The young gardeners planted pothos to share, touched up the peace pole, and ate “worms in dirt.”Read More