We were thrilled to be part of the prestigious “Pathways of History” tour in Morris County, showcasing the Obadiah la Tourette Mill. The weather couldn’t have been more perfect, and the energy of the crowd was contagious, making it an unforgettable event! As visitors streamed in, we were captivated by the diverse stories and connections each person shared with our beloved community.

This year’s tour saw a record-breaking number of guests, and we couldn’t be happier to open our doors and delve into the rich history of our cherished Mill. Thank you to everyone who shared their visit with us and contributed their cherished memories through photographs.

We extend a warm invitation to all of you to join us in our noble mission. Help us restore this grand building to its former glory, contribute to the preservation of our protected open spaces, or volunteer your time at our upcoming events. We are always on the lookout for enthusiastic volunteers and new members to be part of our organization.

Next year, we eagerly anticipate your presence once again, as we continue our journey and showcase the progress we’ve made in the ongoing restoration process. Stay connected with us through our social media pages and website (www.wtlt.org) for the latest updates and happenings.

Together, let’s celebrate the history, beauty, and significance of the Obadiah la Tourette Mill and forge a stronger community dedicated to its preservation and appreciation.


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