Noted NJ Photographer Comes to Chatham Senior Center

January 24, 2013 at 11:23 AM

The Senior Enrichment Center of the Chathams will host a program by Walter Choroszewski on Fri., Feb 1 at 12:30 pm entitled “Timeline New Jersey.” Mr. Choroszewski will take attendees on a timeline from the primeval dawn of the Highlands through the Ice Age up to the present. Participants will meet New Jersey’s first people and explorers. Feel pride in our rich Colonial and Revolutionary heritage and celebrate the chronology of events and numerous “Firsts” that make New Jersey special.

Walter Choroszewski, a New Jersey photographer, author, and advocate of state pride, presents colorful photography and a lecture offering his unique perspective on NJ history.   This program is being sponsored by Franciscan Oaks Retirement Community.

All are invited to attend the free program. If interested, there is a “Soup”erbowl lunch before the program starting at 12 o’clock for a $5 donation. Door-to-door transportation is available for Chatham senior residents. To register for the program or other information, please call the Senior Center at (973)635-4565.

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