Arts & Entertainment

'Welcome to the Past' is Program's Theme

Gordon Thomas Ward. Credits: courtesy photo

FRANKLIN TWP. (HUNTERDON COUNTY), NJ – History will come alive in story and song in a program to be held at Faith Chapel Wesleyan Church Sept. 7.

The host will be Gordon Thomas Ward in a program called Welcome to the Past.

The multimedia presentation celebrates the layers of history and shows how the past is very much alive and entwined with the present.

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The church is located at 43 Lower Landsdown Rd. here. If using GPS, enter Annandale as the town.

The program is sponsored by Rural Awareness, a non-profit civic group. No reservations are required.

The next talk sponsored by Rural Awareness will be on Nov. 2 with amateur archeologist Erich Zeh on Prehistoric Stone Tools and Their Uses. Zeh will show samples from his own collection.

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