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 Post subject: Canal Heritage Day at Waterloo - Jul 26
PostPosted: Sun Jul 20, 2008 10:20 am 
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I got email about this event, figured I would post it up:

Canal Heritage Day at Waterloo - Jul 26

The Canal Society of New Jersey invites the public to celebrate the
heritage of the Morris Canal and Waterloo's Canal Town on Saturday, July
26, from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. This event is held in conjunction with
the NJ DEP Division of Parks and Forestry. Admission is free, and the
event will take place rain or shine.

There will be boat rides on the peaceful Morris Canal. Children can
play with historic wooden toys and darts in a play area overlooking the
canal, as well. In addition, tours of Morris Canal sites will tell the
story of this waterway that stretched from the Delaware to the Hudson.
An experienced Waterloo Village historical interpreter will lead tours
of the beautiful homes and historic buildings that line the ancient
stagecoach road, as well. Only the Canal Museum will be open for visits.
These activities are available at no cost.

Waterloo Village is located at 525 Waterloo Road in Stanhope. It is
easily accessible from Routes 80, 46, and 206. The village will be open
on the Canal Heritage Day only. For more information, call (908)
722-9556.

Joyce Hussa
(973) 886-8393
joycehussa@yahoo.com
July 17, 2008


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