The Garden State: Where Things Grow
NEW JERSEY – On Tuesday, November 10th at 7 pm at the Louis Bay Library 345 Lafayette Ave, Hawthorne NJ, the Passaic County Historical Society will be hosting 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. The program is free to the public and follows a brief business meeting of the Historical Society.
The Passaic County Historical Society, a 501(c)(3) non-profit, was founded to cultivate interest among individuals and the community-at-large in the rich history of Passaic County. To this end our museum in Lambert Castle showcases examples of the County’s cultural and artistic diversity, as well as examples of the County’s natural, civil, military, and ecclesiastical history. The Society also maintains a library and archive, which houses manuscripts, books and photographs of historical and genealogical interest.
For more information on special events such as this one, visit the Passaic County Historical Society’s website at lambertcastle.org or call (973) 247-0085.