NUTLEY, NJ - This morning's rain has forced the Nutley Historical Society to postpone 'A Walk in the Park.' The walk will take place Monday at 9 a.m. 

The tour, led by Nutley Museum director John Simko, will begin at 9:00 a.m. at the Mud Hole (near the intersection of Passaic and Vreeland avenues) and make its way along the Third River. Simko will talk about the river’s role in Nutley history as a source for early industry, as inspiration for world-class artists, as a symbol of civic pride, as an important boundary marker, and as a fitting memorial to our war veterans.

The original walk was booked. The change in date may open a few spots for others. “A Walk in the Park” is free, but is limited to 30 people and requires registration.  You can register for the tour by emailing johnsimko1014@gmail.com or by calling 973-752-8984 and leaving a message and your phone number or e-mail address.  You will receive confirmation via e-mail or a phone call.