Margaret P. Werber, 94, who enriched the lives of Moorestown schoolchildren by bringing them dance, plays, and concerts, died Nov. 29 of natural causes at Pennswood Village Newtown, a retirement facility in Bucks County where she had lived for 24 years.

Mrs. Werber was born in New Rochelle, N.Y., and graduated from Winchester High School, in Winchester, Mass., in 1935. She was a 1939 cum laude graduate of Wheaton College in Norton, Mass.

Mrs. Werber taught at the college and high school levels in New England before spending six years as a lecturer at the Worcester Art Museum in Worcester, Mass.

From there, she moved to a post as supervisor of education at the Newark, N.J., Museum. In that role, she represented the United States at an international United Nations conference on the Role of the Museum in Education.

Mrs. Werber joined the Moorestown Public Schools in 1958, first as resource specialist and later as media coordinator. For 15 years, she promoted dance, plays, and concerts for performance in the schools. She was chairwoman of the cultural-arts program and also was an official with the PTA.

She was a member of the Philadelphia Council for International Visitors; in 1970 she chaperoned some Moorestown High School students to Lewes, England.

In 1973, Mrs. Werber became director of the Burlington County Audio-Visual Aids Commission, where she continued providing enrichment for students until retiring in 1983.

For 10 years she was an officer of the Association of N.J. County Audio-Visual Aids Commissions. She loved gardening and was a trustee of the First Presbyterian Church of Moorestown.

Mrs. Werber was married for 54 years to Walter E. Werber. The two met on a tennis court outside their apartment building in Worcester. He died in 1996 of Parkinson's disease. Surviving is a son, Eric G., of Alexandria, Va.

Services are private. Memorial donations may be made to the Endowment Fund, Pennswood Village, 1382 Newtown-Langhorne Rd., Newtown, Pa. 18940.

Contact staff writer Bonnie L. Cook at 610-313-8232 or bcook@phillynews.com.