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  1. WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY COUNTRY BALL at HISTORIC NEW BRIDGE LANDING

    February 25, 2018, 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM @ Historic New Bridge Landing

    A Country Ball upon the Anniversary of Washington’s Birthday will be held at Historic New Bridge Landing. Dance mistress Denise Piccino and the Tricorne Dancers will give 2 one-hour public performances in the Steuben House at 1:30 and 3:00 pm. Ridley & Anne Enslow will provide musical accompaniment on fiddle and hammered dulcimer. Throughout the afternoon, Rodger Yaden will portray Gen. George Washington. Hot cider and crullers will be served in the restored 18th-century tavern in the Campbell-Christie House, where our gift shop is also located. Visitors may also see open-hearth cooking demonstrated in the Out-Kitchen. Re-enactors from the 3rd New Jersey Regiment will demonstrate military life. Activities for children include: soldier drills, paper dolls & scavenger hunt.

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  2. A Sacred Space: The Enslaved African Memorial Committee Event

    February 25, 2018, 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM @ Thomas Jefferson Middle School

    The Enslaved African Memorial Committee will host an evening of celebration as they "kick off" the conceptual design plans for the "Enslaved African Memorial" to be constructed on the Teaneck Township Municipal Green. It will be a festive time with invited guest speakers, honorees and notable artists. The event will be held on at Thomas Jefferson Middle School in Teaneck. This is a historic moment in the history of African Americans, as we celebrate and honor the major contributions made in what was the most horrific period (slavery) in American history, the forcibly enslavement of Africans specifically in Bergen County, NJ and the USA. Their story will be told and the Memorial will be erected to honor the enslaved Africans for their endurance, resilience, fortitude and brilliance.

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