Penns Grove Historical Society Opens Exhibit, “What’s on the Menu,” March 1st.

The Wilmington Penns Grove Ferry. A link to a postcard published on the Frank Barusca’s Route 40.net http://www.route40.net/page.asp?n=70

The Historical Society of Penns Grove, Carneys Point and Oldmans will hold an open house on Sunday, March 1 from 1- 3 PM. A new exhibit, “What’s On The Menu?” will be featured in the main gallery. This exhibit focuses on the various food establishments that were located in our communities.

We also have a new display, “One Hundred Years and Counting,” in one of the smaller rooms. Here you will find over numerous items from our archives that date from the year 1815 and back. We hope that you will enjoy seeing these items.

The museum is located at 48 West Main Street in Penns Grove, N.J. and is handicapped accessible. Admission is free and all are welcome to attend. Light refreshments will be served.

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