This weekend is the last weekend of the Ayres-Knuth Holiday Tree Sale. Be sure to pick up your tree before it's too late and everyone has carried them off! Check the events section for sale times.
As a thank you to our volunteers and members, The Ayres/Knuth Foundation held a pizza party at the close of the 2019 Christmas Tree Sale. Here are a few pictures. Thanks again to all volunteers and members for their hard work!
The Ayres/Knuth Foundation sells much more than trees at its Annual Christmas Tree Sale! Check out some of the items for sale below. And as always thanks to our volunteers for their hard work!
Be sure to mark your calendars for the Ayres/Knuth Farm Foundation Annual Christmas Tree Sale! Gifts, decoration, tree stands, roping, wreaths, unique items and much more will be available. Trees will be for sale at Union Hill Farms, off Route 10 West, located at 25...
The World War I Mobile Museum made its New Jersey debut at the Ayres/Knuth Farm on September 22.
On September 20, 2019 Freeholder Cabana and Sherriff Gannon delivered a Proclamation for the Founders of Pathways of History. The founders of Pathways of History, Donna, Jennifer, and Gretchen were on hand to receive their own copies of the Proclamation.
Several members of The Ayres/Knuth Farm Foundation appeared at the Green Sustainability Fair on September 15, 2019 advertising the upcoming Pathways of History Tour. Thanks ladies for your efforts!
Don't forget to check out the beautiful Pathways of History display, located at the Morris County Library for the month of September! Here are some pictures of the display case.
Be sure to stop by the Ayres/Knuth Farm on September 22 (10am-4pm) and September 23 (noon-4pm) 2019 to see the World War I 100th Anniversary Mobile Museum.
On Saturday the local Scouts created and assembled a sign honoring some of the more prominent citizens of Denville history. The names were mounted on a wooden sign displayed at the cemetery across the street from the farm.
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