Events, Outings & Information 

(Above) Franklin Woman's Club Members at Grounds for Sculpture, Hamilton NJ 


In this component of the club, members learn about the importance of, and strategies for, achieving a healthy and sustainable environment, through increased awareness of conservation issues;  members enjoy outings to gardens and points of interest that promote a deeper appreciation of our natural resources. Chairs: Nancy Gale & Geri Krassowski

Club members enjoyed a Fall trip to Palisades Interstate Park and the Woman's Federation Monument

Left: View of the Hudson River from State Line Lookout
Right: Autumn colors were ablaze!
Left: The 1760 Kearny House was restored with the assistance of the NJSFWC
Right: FWC members atop the Women's Federation Monument - L-R: Sharon Seiwert, Phyllis Beals, Nancy Gale, Joanne Murset, Geri Krassowski, Karen Hagerman

Club Members visited Frelinghuysen Gardens

On a beautiful April morning, Woman's Club members toured the 127 acre Frelinghuysen Arboretum in Morristown, where they enjoyed gardens, woodlands, and flowering trees.  The tulips were especially breathtaking at this time of year.

Club Members visited the NJ Audubon's Plainsboro Preserve for an Autumn Walk along the wonderful trails.

Club Members visited Hacklebarney State Park to check out
the foliage while hiking the trails along the beautiful Black River.