Gallery Talk- Memories of Les Paul- Presented by Jim Eigo

Gallery Talk
Jim Eigo- Memories of Les Paul

On Sunday February 17, 2019 at 1:15 p.m.  Jim Eigo will present a gallery talk about his time working as Les Paul’s publicist. This talk will take place in the upstairs gallery of Mahwah Museum. Seating is limited; advanced reservations are recommended. To reserve, email gallerytalks@mahwahmuseum.org or call 201.512.0099. Gallery talks are free with museum admission.

Jim worked as Les’ for over a decade and, worked very closely with him. He is the founder and president of Jazz Promo Services.  He sends out email blast from his base in Warwick NY. He will share with us his stories of working with Les.

This gallery talk is hosted by Mahwah Museum, located at 201 Franklin Turnpike Mahwah, NJ 07430.  The Museum is currently featuring the exhibits Kilmer: The Man Kilmer: The War Years, and WWI Part I and WWI Part II. Permanent exhibits are Les Paul in Mahwah and The Donald Cooper Model Railroad, which is open weekends 1-4 pm. The Museum is open weekends and Wednesdays from 1-4 pm.; admission $5 for non-members, members and children are free. Visit www.mahwahmuseum.org or call 201-512-0099 for information on events, membership and volunteering.

January Lecture- Whats in the Archives?

Lecture: Whats in the Archives?
On January 31, 2019 at 7:30 p.m. Cathy Moran Hajo will present the history of the museum’s collections and explain how the archives are organized. Part of the Mahwah Museum Lecture Series, the lecture will take place at Mahwah Museum, 201 Franklin Turnpike Mahwah, NJ 07430.  Admission is $5, free for museum members.  Contact programs@mahwahmuseum.org  for reservations or call 201-512-0099.  Refreshments will be served afterwards.
The Mahwah Museum’s Archive houses a wide range of materials from the 18th to the 20th century, including documents, photographs, books, legal documents, and objects. Cathy Moran Hajo, the archives’ director, will discuss the history of the museum’s collection, the materials stored there, and the ways that museum staff use and organize the holdings to tell different stories about the town’s history.
This lecture is hosted by the Mahwah Museum, located at 201 Franklin Turnpike Mahwah, NJ 07430.  The Museum is currently featuring the exhibits Kilmer: The Man Kilmer: The War Years, and WWI Part I and WWI Part II. Permanent exhibits are Les Paul in Mahwah and The Donald Cooper Model Railroad, which is open weekends 1-4 pm. The Museum is open weekends and Wednesdays from 1-4 pm.; admission $5 for non-members, members and children are free. Visit www.mahwahmuseum.org or call 201-512-0099 for information on events, membership and volunteering.

March Lecture: The History of the Suffern RR

On Thursday March 14, 2019 at 7:30 p.m.  Craig Long will outline the history of the Suffern Railroad and the development of towns in both Rockland County New York and Bergen County New Jersey. Part of the Mahwah Museum Lecture Series, the lecture will take place at Mahwah Museum, 201 Franklin Turnpike Mahwah, NJ 07430.  Admission is $5, free for museum members.  Contact programs@mahwahmuseum.org for reservations or call 201-512-0099.  Refreshments will be served afterwards.

                Craig H. Long was born and raised in Suffern and has family roots in the community dating back to the 1700s. Craig will outline the history of the Suffern Railroad and the development of towns in both Rockland County New York and Bergen County New Jersey. His emphasis of course will be Suffern and its New Jersey neighbor Mahwah. He is the historian for the Village of Suffern as well as Montebello and the Town of Ramapo and has authored several local history publications.  He is also a leader in the Suffern Railroad Museum.

This lecture is hosted by the Mahwah Museum, located at 201 Franklin Turnpike Mahwah, NJ 07430.  The Museum is currently featuring the exhibits Kilmer: The Man Kilmer: The War Years, and WWI Part I and WWI Part II. Permanent exhibits are Les Paul in Mahwah and The Donald Cooper Model Railroad, which is open weekends 1-4 pm. The Museum is open weekends and Wednesdays from 1-4 pm.; admission $5 for non-members, members and children are free. Visit www.mahwahmuseum.org or call 201-512-0099 for information on events, membership and volunteering.