A Message from Morton

Today officially ends the ‘dog days of summer’ but that just means lots and lots of fun activities are ahead. We are very excited to welcome Sherry Blackman to Morton Hall on Friday for her discussion with Lawrence Miller about her book Tales from the Trail: Stories from the Oldest Hostel on the Appalachian Trail.
Please stop by (First)Second Friday at The Epicurean for a quick bite before you attend and enjoy pulled pork sammies, mac & cheese, a side and a dessert – the proceeds are generously coming to our library!

Aside from our author talk we also have hikes to take, gardens to enjoy, as well as music, and lectures.
Morton, it’s the place to be!
Stay tuned for some pop up MakerSpace events in August and Judy will start regular classes in September.

A reminder that Morton is kept comfortable during these hot humid days: sit in our AC and read a good book, work using our computers or wifi, check out our pollinator patio area and mural work, or play a game of table tennis or air hockey. We have a cool water and hot beverages always available.

Mask use at Morton is optional but encouraged for all visitors.
Social distance policy remains in effect for programs.
As always, if you are not feeling well, please stay home. We continue to offer curbside assistance.
We are offering free Covid tests that have been donated by the County.

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