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Free Public Program "Are Your Walls "Talking?""

Have you wondered about the history of your home - the architect, the builder, the previous owners and its age? If you are, join the Chatham Historical Society on Sunday, Oct. 26 at 2:30 p.m. at the Library of the Chathams to discover how to dig into the history of your house.

“What is the History of Your House? It is Easy to Find... If You Know Where to Look and What to Look For!” is the program designed to give you step-by-step instructions in how to unearth information about your home. Learn how computers, old newspapers, libraries and local archives can lead you to the discovery of your homes past. There is so much information just waiting to be discovered.

Your house is much more than its architectural style. It is also about the lives of the people that lived there and the architect who designed it - was he famous?, and the builder - was he local?  Most important of all - who were the residents from first to present?  Your home contributes to the rich architectural fabric of the community.

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Learn how you can find out how the people associated with your home contributed to the social fabric and the development of the neighborhoods we call home.

You’ll also hear stories from other local homeowners who completed the research of the history of their homes.  All of whom found the research fun and rewarding.  Adopt-A-House programs presented by homeowners are one of the Society’s most well attended events! So please join us and learn how to research your homes past! 

Refreshments will be served and everyone is welcome to attend this free public program.  www.chathamnjhistoricalsociety.org for information.  The Library of the Chathams is located at 214 Main Street in Chatham and the program will be held on the lower level.

 

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A Week at the Library of The Chathams Monday, July 9 – Sunday, July 15, 2018

Please note that the library will be closed on Sundays now through Labor Day weekend

PROGRAMS AND EVENTS

Our summer program is in full swing.  This week we are starting some of our most popular children’s programs, Chess for Kids and sewing classes with Miss Polly.  Children will also enjoy a visit from a special guest, Queen Maria Isabella from Medieval Times.  Teens ...

Longtime Chatham Resident Passes the Torch to Current Residents

July 13, 2018

To the Editor,

I moved to Chatham from Ohio in 1961 and left just over a year or so ago. My daughters went through the school system and one of them still lives there with her son.

Clearly, we found the Library and local educational opportunities to our liking. 

When it came to giving back to the community, I chose to support the Library and served as a Board member for 15 ...

AtlantiCast

AtlantiCast: Episode 18

On this week’s AtlantiCast, you’ll find out how accessing care at Atlantic Health System is now easier, more affordable and closer to home than ever, learn which item from the produce aisle could be the newest weapon against cancer, see what Atlantic Health System, the New York Times and Instagram all have in common and much more.

 

 

Video: Point View's Petrides Talks Netflix's Cash Burn as Company Reports Earnings

July 16, 2018

Point View Wealth Management's Managing Director and Portfolio Manager, John Petrides, live on Cheddar.com discussing Netflix's earnings report and why the streaming service should dilute shareholders to plug its cash burn.

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​​​​​​For more than 25 years, Point View Wealth Management, Inc. has been ...

5 Simple Ways to Save Water this Summer

According to the L.A. Times, the average American uses an estimated 98 gallons of water EACH day.  

Here are five simple ways you can save water, to help you conserve water this summer and take some pressure off of your drains.

1. Unless you are using it, turn the faucet off. How many of us still leave the water running while we shave or brush our teeth?According to ...