- Site Preperation Workshop
November 4, 2016
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
- Wall Building Workshop
November 5, 2016 - November 6, 2016
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Workshop Information: Click here to go to the full workshop description and information page. The Friday prep workshop is an add on day for $150. Choose either the Level 1 or Level 2 for the main wall building workshop. It is $400 for BOTH Sat and Sun at either level. Click here for more info (on that page Scroll down to see the info on Levels, format for each day etc.)
To Register select the number of people who you want to register for each workshop/level. Then click proceed to “Add to Event Cart”.
To see how many spaces are left in the workshop click “show details”
Click proceed to registration on the pop-up (or you can return to event list if you want to register for other events, or view your cart)
Enter the participant information. (If you are registering multiple people, the first person is the primary registrant and will get the payment confirmation email)
Click proceed to payment options.
Select to pay online via Paypal (you can pay with any credit card without a Paypal Account) or select to download an Invoice and mail it in with a check.
Complete your payment process.
Upon completion of the payment process you should receive two automated emails, one with payment confirmation information and one with workshop information (directions, what to bring etc.) If you are paying by invoice you will get a payment pending email, until we receive and process your check, at which time you will get a payment confirmation email and the workshop information email.
If you are registering multiple people ONLY the primary registrant (first person entered) will receive the payment confirmation (or payment pending) emails.
Be sure to check your email SPAM if you don’t receive any emails. The emails are sent from [email protected]
If you encounter errors or problems while registering please email Brian Post or call (802) 490-9607, so we can correct the problem, and improve our registration process.
Venue Phone: (201) 512-9348
Venue Website: www.nynjtc.orgAddress:
The Darlington Schoolhouse was built in 1891 as a gift to the Mahwah community by Alfred B. Darling and Theodore Havemeyer, who owned farm estates on Ramapo Valley Road. Designed by architect Dudley Newton, this building is listed in the New Jersey (2007) and National (2008) Registers of Historic Places. Local children attended classes in the building until the 1940s, and it later housed a dance school and carpentry shop.
The schoolhouse sat empty for nearly 40 years before the Trail Conference and the Township of Mahwah jointly purchased the building in 2007. With meticulous attention to detail, Darlington Schoolhouse was restored in two phases: Phase 1, completed in 2012, included structural stabilization, exterior renovation, climate control, and utilities, while Phase 2 involved the interior renovation of the original 4,400-square-foot schoolhouse and construction of a 3,700-square-foot, two-story addition. On March 25, 2015, the Trail Conference officially opened its doors at 600 Ramapo Valley Road to the public. Visitors are encouraged to stop by to purchase maps, books, and memberships, sign up for volunteer opportunities and workshops, and learn more about the organization.
Funding was provided in part by the Garden State Historic Preservation Trust administered by the New Jersey Historic Trust/State of New Jersey, and the Bergen County Historic Preservation Trust Fund, a part of the Bergen County Open Space, Recreation, Floodplain Protection, Farmland & Historic Preservation Trust Fund Program. Additional support came from public and private grants, Trail Conference members, and the community.