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October 13, 2019

For two days at the end of October, Dey Mansion will come alive again as General George Washington’s headquarters as it was in 1780.  During the weekend event held October 26 and 27 enactors will camp at the Dey Mansion and live life as if it were 1780.  “Guests can expect to learn what life ...

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WAYNE, NJ - The Village Inn on Runnymede Drive in Wayne to most is just a fine dining restaurant with a cozy bar; a nice place to enjoy a good meal and time with friends. Not many truly understand the historic nature of the building itself, or of its famous inhabitant revered across two continents ...

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WAYNE, NJ – The weather couldn’t have been better on Saturday evening for the Dey Mansion Garden Extravaganza and ribbon-cutting that marked the official opening of the newly restored Olmsted Garden. Several of the Passaic County Board of Chosen Freeholders were present for the ceremony, ...

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WAYNE, NJ – The Dey Mansion is one of Wayne’s most important historical sites and is a museum to the time when it served as General George Washington’s headquarters during July, October, and November of 1780. The formal garden area to the north of the mansion has been painstakingly restored to its ...

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WAYNE, NJ – Over the last year, Paul Bastante of Silk City Films has been to every corner of Wayne Township, interviewing locals, experts, archivists and historians for his documentary: “Hills and Valleys: A Journey Through Wayne.” He’s become a historian himself and a huge fan of the beauty of ...

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WAYNE, NJ – Nestled in the Pines Lake section of Wayne, tucked away and almost hidden lies “the most beautiful place in town,” according to resident Dave Hall, who walks his dog Otis along the paths that curve throughout the arboretum.  There are many who would agree with that statement, and yet ...

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WAYNE, NJ – The Friends of Laurelwood are celebrating the 70th year of Laurelwood’s founding this Saturday night at the Festival of Friends fundraiser held at Laurelwood Arboretum in the Knippenberg Center for Education. Laurelwood, The Beginning “In 1949, when Dorothy and john Knippenberg ...

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