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WeatherWool Open House


STOP BY:  Sunday, 3 March 2019, from 10AM until ...

Join us for Sunday brunch, or come later for pizza or whatever.

The best way for people to get to know us, and WeatherWool, is in person.

So .... Please come to an Open House! ... Or visit by appointment, whenever works for you.

Open House Brunch has been working well, so we'll continue with the 10AM start ... Join us for bagels, toppings, coffee, etc. We'll have food and drink on hand all day, and maybe an Advisor or two. Usually we will cook up some venison. Plus whatever else we can think of to make things interesting.

On March 3rd, sugar season will still be going, and we always tap our trees. So we'll do a little Maple Syrup demonstration, and you should be able to bring home a flask of Maple Syrup from the NYC Suburbs ... which I know seems crazy to a lot of people.

We operate out of our home, and we expect Open House will become monthly as we grow.

All the inventory, components, patterns, shipping, webwork ... everything that we do ourselves is done here.

Given that we live so close to New York City, people from many places have added a visit to WeatherWool along with whatever else was bringing them to this area.

Come by and see everything WeatherWool. If you can, please let us know you are coming, and if you have any food allergies or any type of special need. Our house is wheelchair accessible. We are 10 miles west of New York City, and about 10 miles from Newark Liberty International Airport. We are close to several major highways. The trains stop only 600 yards away. Seton Hall University is around the corner.

WeatherWool Headquarters
144 Ralston Avenue
South Orange, NJ  07079
(Yellow house, American Flag, firewood, wheelchair ramp. Can't miss it!)

  • Come by and check out some WeatherWool, learn about how we do things, try on some clothes.
  • Food and refreshments
  • Give us your own design ideas and feedback in person. Show us what you mean!
  • Our full inventory is available, plus there are always some prototypes, test pieces and some trade-ins around at great prices.
  • Products of Alex Outdoors (Base layers, Artisan Axes and more). Alex Outdoors is the business that ultimately gave rise to WeatherWool. At this point, we are winding down Alex Outdoors because we don't have time for it anymore, but it does still have some inventory of Woolpower, the only cold-weather base layers we recommend under WeatherWool. And the Axes? Well, we just love Axes and we are tempted to continue to handle them because Axes are great.

Some other things that might be happening, depending ...

  • WeatherWool Advisor Fisher Neal is, among other things, an outdoors instructor, and he may be on hand. Fisher teaches people hunting and Nature appreciation, and has both a website and Instagram presence. Fisher is also an authentic Broadway and television actor, and you can always get him to talk theater.
  • If there is interest in season, we can start the day with a Wild Foods outing, maybe at The Swamp, and, if successful, we can cook whatever we come up with. In any event, we will normally be able to have some true wild, local venison. Plus pizza, Chinese, etc.
  • Sugar Season (January-March)! Want to learn a little about maple syrup?  We can tap a tree and boil down some sap, depending upon the weather
  • Interested in Foraging Wild Foods?  David Alexander, Senior Naturalist at the Essex County Environmental Center, sometimes joins us. David has a great website and significant presence on Instagram.

The next scheduled Open House is shown in the page heading. But actually, we are happy to meet with people at almost any time, by appointment. People come frequently, and we enjoy it ... don't hesitate to set something up with us ... give us a call and join us for lunch or dinner, or just come by one of the scheduled Open House Days.


If you've been thinking about some WeatherWool ... to examine some, or try different sizes ... this is a perfect time.

South Orange is supposedly America's First Suburb ... a planned community was a new idea in 1865 ... and so there is a little bit of interesting history. But mainly what that means is that South Orange is very easy to get to ... 

Hope to see you soon --- Ralph, Debby, Alex, Denali