The Passaic County Historical Society  


2014 Calendar of Events


Calendar subject to change. For up-to-date calendar information,
call  (973) 247-0085

March 30
Sunday
Cancelled:  Lambert Castle Concert Series:  5 pm. at Lambert Castle.  Representatives  of  William Paterson University's Music Department presents their Spring Recital.   Tickets $15
April 12
Saturday
PCHS Genealogy Club Meeting 10 a.m. at Lambert Castle.  Program: The Parent Trap, i.e., Dysfunctional Family Members, presented by Maureen Wlodarcyzk. Free admission to the public.
April 24-27
Thursday-Sunday
The Victorian Tea
Join us this spring for our annual Victorian Tea at Lambert Castle. Seat times 12 p.m. and 3 p.m. daily.  Freshly brewed tea by Sally Lunn's Tea House at Lambert Castle, and musical entertainment by the Sweet Adeline Quartet and the Four Old Parts Barbershop Quartet.  Tickets for the tea are $40 per guest.  Please call (973) 247-0085 ext. 201 or mail your payment to PCHS Victorian Tea at Lambert Castle, 3 Valley Road, Paterson, NJ 07503.  Seating for each session is limited and reservations are required.    Click here to print Reservation Form .
May 7
Wednesday
PCHS Annual Meeting.  7 p.m. at Lambert Castle.  Business meeting of the Society, followed by Blueberries: New Jersey's Wonder Fruit.  The blueberry has its roots in the Pinelands of New Jersey. Discover the history of this fascinating berry and the contributions Elizabeth White of Whitesbog made to its cultivation.  Learn why the blueberry is touted as the wonder fruit with a host of healthful benefits and hear about the variety of ways o prepare and savor these berries.  Program presented by Judith Krall-Russo, Food Historian. Free admission to the public.
May 18
Sunday
Lambert Castle Concert Series:  5 p.m. at Lambert Castle.  William Paterson University's Music Department presents faculty member and pianist Frank Pavese.  Tickets $15.
May 25
Sunday
Lambert Castle Concert Series:  5 p.m. at Lambert Castle.  The Central Jersey Symphony Orchestra will be joining us again this year for their On-The-Go Chamber Music Series.  Tickets $15. 
June 4-July 27Exhibit:  On our newly reopened third floor, Lambert Catle will be host to the Summer art show of the Clifton Artists' Association.  Regular museum admission applies.
June 15
Sunday
Lambert Castle Concert Series:  5 p.m. at Lambert Castle.  Englewinds presents, In Tune with Nature. a performance of classical music celebrating open space. 
June 22
Sunday

Lambert Castle Concert Series:  4 p.m. at Lambert Castle.  The Clifton Community Band presents Music at the Castle:  A Welcome to Summer.  This concert will be presented outside so please bring your own seating.  Free, donations welcome.
July 20
Sunday
Lambert Castle Concert Series:  5 p.m. at Lambert Castle.  Anna Stefanelli and Rory Angelicola present, An Afternoon of Opera Favorites.  Tickets $15
July 27
Sunday
Lambert Castle Concert Series:  5 p.m. at Lambert Castle.  Blue Valley will be presenting Blue Valley - Original Music and Acoustic Rock Covers. Tickets $15, $10 for students..
Aug 13
Wednesday
PCHS Quarterly Meeting:  7 p.m. at Lambert Castle.
Business meeting of the Society, followed by Letters from the Civil War.  This presentation focuses on two New Jersey soldiers who served in the Civil War, Private Robert Aitkin, Company B, 4th New Jersey and Commissary Sargent/2nd Lieutenant Matthew S. Austin, Companies G & I, 5th New Jersey.  Presented by Dennis Buttacavoli.
Nov. 12
Wednesday
PCHS Quarterly Meeting:  7 p.m. at the Louis Bay Library, Hawthorne, NJ.
Business meeting of the Society followed by Rosie the Riveter and her sisters:  The Women of World War II.  Rosie and her sisters changed America forever, not only by their work during the war but also by expanding the presence of women in the workplace, the arts and professions.  The presentation explores how they proved their capabilities by stepping into the places of the men who went to war, what they accomplished in jobs and situations that were considered outside the sphere of women, and how they paved the way for the feminist revolution of the 60s.  Program presented by Trish Chambers.

For information about any of the above meetings or programs, or in the event of inclement weather, please call the office at 973-247-0085.

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