NUTLEY, NJ - The Nutley Historical Society and Museum is celebrating its Seventy-Fifth Anniversary with a special event Thursday Mar. 5 at

On March 5 1945, more than two hundred citizens crowded into the Stockton Room of the Nutley Public Library to hear plans for the formation of a Nutley Historical Society. The presentation was made by Mayor William Jernick. A vote was taken and the society was formed.

Please join members of the Nutley Historical Society at the Nutley Museum (65 Church Street) at 7:00 p.m. on Thurs. Mar. 5 to raise a toast in celebration of the seventy-fifth anniversary of the founding of the Nutley Historical Society.

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This is a free event. Events include cake cutting and birthday toast an update on recent museum acquisitions and historical society activities and a special tour of museum highlights by the museum director. For more information museum director John Simko (973) 752-8984 or

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