The Friends of the Edison Public Library and
The Metuchen-Edison Historical Society present
South Edison History Day
Saturday, June 8, 2012
12:00 noon – 3:00 p.m.
Edison Main Library
340 Plainfield Ave. (directions)
Join Walter Stochel, local historian and Treasurer of the Metuchen-Edison Historical Society, for this informative and fascinating South Edison History Day program. From early Native American campsites and burial grounds dating back to the 1600s to modern suburban neighborhoods, South Edison has a very interesting history.
So come out and learn more about the area where you live. At 1:00, Walter will present a 45-minute program on the history of South Edison and show images of old homes, churches, schools, mills, farms and famous people. Maps and photo albums from the Historical Society’s collection will also be displayed.
Bring the kids for special crafts and activities in the Children’s Library!
Seating is limited. Reserve your seat by calling 732-287-2298, ext. 1, sign up at the circulation desk or on-line at www.lmxac.org/edisonlib, click on Programs and Displays.
In addition, there will be a box to collect non-perishable food items for Hands of Hope Food Pantry at the event. Please bring food items to contribute.
This free program is sponsored by The Friends of the Edison Public Library and the Metuchen-Edison Historical Society.
More details on our Calendar page.