Studio Montclair 33 Plymouth St, Montclair, NJ07042 Studio Montclair is a non-profit arts organization with a gallery at Academy Square on Plymouth Street. It offers…More lectures, demonstrations, workshops and regularly scheduled exhibits featuring the work of local and national artists. For more information about the organization's mission and history and a schedule of upcoming events, visit the Studio Montclair website.
Friends Meeting House Park St & Gordonhurst Ave, Upper Montclair, NJ07043 The Religious Society of Friends is a Quaker organization. Its Meeting House, which holds weekly worship services,…More religious education programs and holiday events, can be found on Park Street in the center of Montclair, just north of Watchung Plaza. Check its website for details on upcoming events or for details on the history of the meeting house.
Montclair Kimberley Academy Upper School Campus 6 Lloyd Rd, Montclair, NJ07042 Montclair Kimberley Academy is a private, co-ed day school with an upper campus on Lloyd Road. The school has programs…More for students in grades nine through twelve and offers a challenging and engaging curriculum. Subjects include English, math, science, languages, art and history. The school has athletic teams and an extensive club and extracurricular program.
Shomrei Emunah - Jewish Learning Center 67 Park St, Montclair, NJ07042 The Shomrei Emunah Jewish Learning Center in Montclair offers educational development services for grades pre-K to 7.…More The center takes an "uncommonly robust, holistic and stimulating" approach to teaching, offering Hebrew and siddur Hebrew, history, math and reading, among other subjects.
Montclair Historical Society 108 Orange Rd, Montclair, NJ07042 The Montclair Historical Society was founded in 1965. It consists of the Israel Crane House, the Nathaniel Crane House,…More the Evergreens and the Clarke House. It has regular educational events and exhibits throughout the year as well as a library that documents the history of New Jersey in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. School and group tours are arranged with the administrative offices.
Located in Upper Mountain Ave., Presby Memorial Gardens was established in 1927 to honor local horticulturalist and…More founder of The American Iris Society Frank H. Presby.
The garden offers a display of thousands of irises from all over world. Presby Memorial Gardens is divided up into 26 iris beds and four fence beds.
This garden is listed on the State and National Registers of Historic Sites. Visit its website for information on the garden, including a detailed list of every iris bed, a history on the gardens and pictures of featured irises.