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Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Learn Nutley's History in 27 Objects


Nutley, New Jersey: A new exhibit will open at the Nutley Museum this weekend. The new exhibit, which is called 'A History of Nutley in 27 Objects', will open at the Nutley Historical Society's museum on Saturday, September 26th. The 27 objects, which range from an old telephone to an arrowhead, will show how Nutley has changed from a rural farming town to a dense suburb of Newark and New York. On Thursday, October 1st, from 7:00pm to 9:00pm, long-time township residents will come to the exhibit for Living History Night to share their memories of living in Nutley. The exhibit will close on Sunday, October 4. The Nutley Museum is located at 65 Church Street, between Propsect Street and Franklin Avenue. Click here to learn more.

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