Museums, libraries and cultural institutions have been given permission to start reopening today, July 2, though they will be limited to no more than 25 percent of their total patron capacity at a time, and social-distancing and mask-wearing rules will need to be enforced.
Evergreen, the Charles Shultz home, will be listed for sale this Friday, according to Montclair History Center officials who are stewards of the century-old home at 30 North Mountain Ave. The asking price is $1.449 million.
By ERIN ROLL
It all started with the discovery of a bottle on a construction site.
But it wasn’t just any bottle, it held a century-old clue about the people who helped build Montclair State University’s buildings.
By MIKE FARRELLY
For Montclair Local
“History & Heritage” is a series on Montclair history, written by representatives of the Montclair History Center and the Montclair Public Library. Mike Farrelly is a trustee of the Montclair History Center and has been the official township historian, a volunteer position, since 2004.
On Thursday, Sept. 5, Studio Montclair opens “Inspired by Quilts,” an exhibition in partnership with the Montclair History Center, under the umbrella of Studio Montclair’s Virginia S. Block Community Partnership Program.