The Passaic County Historical Society  

2015 Calendar of Events

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

July 1 to August 2Exhibit - The 2015 Summer Art Show of the Clifton Association of Artists.  Regular museum admission applies.
August 5
Quarterly Meeting: 7 p.m. at Lambert Castle.  Business meeting of the Society followed by 'Ere the Shadows Fade: New Jersey's Civil War Era Photographers,'  presented by Gary D. Saretzky, archivist, educator and photographer.  Mr Saretzky is the Archivist of Monmouth County and Coordinator, Internship Programs, Rutgers-New Brunswick History Department.  This presentation features several notable examples of New Jersey's Civil War Era photographers.  Free admission.  This program is funded by the Horizons Speakers Bureau of the New Jersey Council for the Humanities, a state partner of the National Endowment for the Humanities.  
Sept. 12
Destination: Pearl Harbor.  10 a.m. at the PCHS Genealogy Club meeting at Lambert Castle. After the business portion of the meeting, local actor Mark Simmons will give a moving one-man presentation and tribute to the soldiers and sailors who were witness to the terrible attack of December 7th, 1941. Vivid, compelling narative and monologues, as told in the very words of the men who experienced the two hours of terror on the "Day that would live in infamy."   No charge.
Sept. 19
Gaetano Federici Bus Tour.  10 a.m. to 1 p.m. A guided bus tour of well-known sculptor Gaetano Fderici's life and works, featuring stops at Lambert Castle and the Hamilton Club. The tour will meet and begin at Lambert Castle.  Reservations required. Seating is limited. $10 per person.
See flyer for more infomration
Oct. 6
PCHS Annual Beefsteak and Tricky Tray Fundraiser.  6:30 p.m. at the Brownstone (351 West Broadway, Paterson).  A fun-filled evening of food, good company and great prizes.  Proceeds benefit the Passaic County Historical Society.  Reservations are required.  Ticket price TBA.
Nov. 10
Quarterly Meeting: 7 p.m. at the Louis Bay II Library in Hawthorne (located at 345 Lafayette Ave.).  Business meeting of the Society followed by  The Garden State: Where Things Grow presented by author Linda Barth. New Jersey is truly the land of inventions. M&M’s, solar panels, transistors, flexible film and Graham crackers; Learn about the many inventions and innovations that came from the minds of Garden State people. Free admission

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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