GRHPS CURRENT EVENTS

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Open Houses at the Museum at the Station.

 

The Museum is open from 1 to 3 pm on the last Sunday of every month.  Materials on display change from month to month so make sure to drop in often!  There is no admission charge, although donations are gratefully accepted in Ye Olde Tip Jar by the front door.  PLEASE NOTE: CONSTRUCTION ON THE MAIN LINE STATION NECESSITATES THAT THERE WILL NOT BE MONTHLY OPEN HOUSES UNTIL THE WORK HAS BEEN COMPLETED.  CONSTRUCTION IS DUE TO BEGIN IN APRIL 2019.

 

Click here for the current Museum schedule.

 

THANK YOU KELLER WILLIAMS REALTY

For the third year in a row, Red Day Community Volunteers from Keller Williams Realty helped plant and mulch our garden at the Museum at the Station.  What a beautiful way to welcome Spring!

Left to right (standing), KW volunteers Monica Lico, Michael Shetler and Elly Duran.  In front, Monica Stevens and GRHPS President Kay Tuite.

Photo provided by Michael Shetler

THANK YOU GLEN ROCK ATHLETIC CLUB!

 

The GRHPS was thrilled to be named a beneficiary of the Glen Rock Athletic Club's 2016 "Trunk or Treat" fundraiser.  The AC has a long history of community involvement and support, stretching back to the 1930s. Thank you to all who participated in this fun event.

 

The GRAC's Dan Kehm (left) and Jim Coll (right) present the big check to GRHPS President Sue Tryforos.

CHECK OUT THE GLEN ROCK INN!

 

The Glen Rock Inn redecorated their establishment in 2016 using vintage photographs from the GRHPS collection. The Inn has been a long-time supporter of the GRHPS and our volunteers.  Stop in and check out the photos while enjoying an excellent meal!

 

Pictured, left to right: GRHPS volunteers Sue Tryforos, Karen Mitchell, Leo Brown, Kay Tuite, Barbara Schineller and Diane Herrlett with GR Inn hosts Evan Quinn and Victor Quinn.

THANK YOU KELLER WILLIAMS REALTY

 

The Museum at the Station's garden was a focus of Keller Williams Realty's Red Day for community service in 2016 and again in 2017.

 

Volunteers Miranda Jones, Hal Benz, Jennifer Casper, Michael Shetler and Olga Clavijo weeded, planted and mulched to beautify the area around the historic Main Line Train Station.

Special thanks to:

Kristin McGowan

Evan Tryforos

and the GLEN ROCK JAYCEES

 

Header drawing: copyright 1997 by R. James Aber.  Used with permission.

 

Glen Rock Historical and Preservation Society, Inc.

PO Box 581, Glen Rock, NJ 07452

hello@GlenRockHistory.org

 

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