Monthly Open House is Saturday, July 1, 2017, 12 to 3PM
Saturday, June 17, 2017 1 to 3 PM
Juneteenth Event: Traces of the Trade; A Story from Deep North. Film Screening and Audience Discussion by Elizabeth Sturges Llerena. A woman made a startling discovery, her ancestors were slave traders so she set out to trace her family history. A powerful perspective of Northern complicity in slave trading. A moving film that will make you think. Nominated at the Sundance Festival and a PBS Emmy Award. Stephen's Episcopal Church, Warren Street in Beverly, NJ 08010
We are open every first Saturday of the month at our new history center from 12 to 3 PM.
Our NEW location is in the old Well's Pharmacy building, also known as the Beverly Library Annex in Beverly, 433 Cooper Street..
Come and see our re-organized local history displays. We have made it easier for you to enjoy your visit with us. We have a research area for you to research family history.Come and see our new location before you donate. We treasure all our donations from our friends.
Watch the newspapers for our next Juneteenth remembrance in June 2017 at St. Stephen's Hall in Beverly.
In memory of Bette Sever and Allan Denning, members who passed away recently. We also mourn the loss of our friend Margaret Hicks Morris.
"A Walk Through Beverly" DVD for sale--- $10 donation ---limited supply available
ALWAYS LOOKING FOR NEW MEMBERS...$10 A YEAR---Become a supporting member if you are out of the area
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/// CALL THERESA 609-387-1079 FOR INFO
SEE THE BEVERLY BEE FOR MORE INFORMATION OR
CALL Dennis 609-835-4438
PO box 172 Beverly NJ 08010