A Stroll Down Pompton Avenue

Please join the Cedar Grove Historical Society on March 25, at 7:30 p.m. in the Cedar Grove Library, 1 Municipal Court, when Jean Jaeger, Cedar Grove Township Historian, will present a program entitled “Let’s Stroll Down Pompton Avenue”.   

She will take you back to a time when what is now known as Pompton Avenue was a narrow dirt road lined with house up to the present day when the road is a state highway. During the PowerPoint presentation we will look at the changes that have taken place over the years and  share what we remember from the past.  There will be a short business meeting before the presentation.

Contact Information
  1. Jean Jaeger
  2. 973-746-7453
  3. jeanjaeger@optlonline.net
Wed, March 25
7:30 pm — 9:00 pm
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Please join the Cedar Grove Historical Society on March 25, at 7:30 p.m. in the Cedar Grove Library, 1 Municipal Court, when Jean Jaeger, Cedar Grove Township Historian, will present a program entitled “Let’s Stroll Down Pompton Avenue”.

She will take you back to a time when what is now known as Pompton Avenue was a narrow dirt road lined with house up to the present day ...

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1 Municipal Court
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