This press release was submitted by the Dr. William Robinson House and Museum.
Is the Dr. Robinson Museum Haunted?
Come see the evidence captured during the New Jersey Paranormal's investigation
OCTOBER 20 - 6:30 - 10:00 PM
Tickets $5.00 per person
Take a 30 minute tour of the museum where New Jersey Paranormal will share with you their findings and you will be able to take pictures and participate in an actual EVP session. Bring your cameras and a recording device because you never know what you might catch!
Tours will start at 6:30 and run to 10:00PM. Tour size will be limited to 15 people each tour.
If you wish to secure your tour and a specific time we recommend you purchase your tickets in advance by emailing
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**Not recommended for children under 12
Four Centuries in a Weekend
October 20th 11 - 5PM
October 21st 12 - 5PM
This history program is made possible in part by a HEART
(History, Education, Arts Reaching Thousands) Grant from the Union County
Board of Chosen Freeholders.
Scheduled demonstrators so far will be:
Jonathan Nedbor - Blacksmith (Saturday & Sunday)
A full time blacksmith for 40 years, Jonathan Nedbor has specialized in the reproduction of historic forged ironwork, with a focus on the early forged hardware or New York's Hudson River Valley. While much of his work is used on historic houses and museums, he also manufactures a wide variety of forged items including furniture, tools, fireplace doors and hearth equipment. Visitors are encouraged to bring examples of old ironworks and hardware for discussion and identification. There will also be a display of Mr. Nedbor's work along with many interesting pieces from his collection.
Joe Lelinho - Bee Keeper (Sunday)
Joe Lelinho has been keeping honeybees since the Summer of 1996 and harvested his first crop of honey in 1997. He presently operates over 50 colonies of Honeybees in Commercial and Residential colonies spread over The Caldwell's, Glen Ridge, Montclair, Livingston, Roseland, Fairfield, Little Falls, Essex County Environmental Center, and, in the summer, South Kearny & Chatsworth (Blueberry's). Joe also mentors new beekeepers and has helped many of them grow their hobby into a profitable business. Joe has won many awards for his honey which he will have available on Sunday for purchase.
Kathy Ormosi - Hearth Cooker (Saturday)
Kathy joins us once again this weekend to cook on our open hearth dressed in period clothing only using the tools of the early Americans. Come talk with Kathy as she demonstrates techniques used to prepare food over the open fire. You can also sample her food throughout the day.
Lorraine Danischewski - Butter Churner (Saturday)
Ever want to show your kids how butter is made or are you curious yourself to learn how butter is made. Come join Lorraine as she explains the great mystery. Lorraine will show you step by step the process of butter making. And before you leave don't forget to sample some too!
On street parking
FREE Admission - Donations Welcomed