PATERSON, NJ - As part of Black History Month, The Passaic County Historical Society is holding a Return of a King exhibit at Lambert Castle, at 3 Valley Road in Paterson.
The exhibit will focus on the works of Dr. King and will also cover Rosa Parks. Guests will have the opportunity to look at historic documents, photographs and listen to recorded materials. Paterson’s renowned architect, Fred Wesley Wentworth, who is recognized for building many local notable structures, including the Community Baptist Church of Love where Rosa Parks spoke, will be featured in the exhibit as well.
The exhibit is scheduled to run until March 30. The Museum is open Wednesday through Sunday, from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm. Admission is $6.00 Adults, $5.00 Seniors, and Children 5 years and up $3.00.
This project is funded, in part, by the Passaic County Cultural and Heritage Council at Passaic County Community College, through a general operating support grant from the New Jersey Historical Commission, a division of the Department of State. The Passaic County Historical Society is a private, membership-supported, non-profit educational institution that owns and maintains an extraordinary collection of historical artifacts, archives and genealogical records. For further information on the Society or the Return of the King exhibit, call 973-247-0085 extension 200.