Join us tor a Luncheon & Presentation on the Prohibition Years in Bergen & Rockland Counties

Wednesday November 13, 2019

11:00 A.M.- Lunch served 12 noon Ramsey Country Club, 105 Lakeside Drive Ramsey, NJ

$so per person (cash bar)

Co-sponsored by The Northwest Bergen History Coalition & The Historical Society of Rockland County

The 1919 song title says it all: “How Are You Going to Wet Your Whistle When the Whole Darn World Goes Dry?” In November 1919 that is exactly what people in

Bergen County and Rockland County were wondering. The Prohibition Amendment had passed in January 1919 and would take effect in January 1920. Join us for a fun luncheon and learn how people in our area solved that dilemma. Four panelists will share slides and stories -and you might even learn the words to the song.


R E S E R V A T I O N   F O R M

Enclosed is my check for _ tickets for the Prohibition Luncheon on November 13 at $50 each.                 Total: $                _

Name ——————— Email                                                                _

Address                                                                                                            Phone                                             _

I wish to be seated with: ——————————-


Proceeds benefit members of NW Bergen History Coalition &  Historical Society of Rockland County. Please credit historical society of:

Allendale   Franklin Lakes               Glen Rock         The Hermitage   Mahwah  Ramsey  Ridgewood

Oakland         Upper Saddle River         Waldwick Museum of Local History   Waldwick Signal Tower

Wyckoff HS         Zabriskie House         Historical Society of Rockland County


Valet Parking Will Be Available

You Can Enter By the Speakeasy Door if You Give the Password: Thirsty


Your name will be on a list at the door.  Information: Michelle Dugan 201-995-0171

Send checks payable to:   U.S.R. Historical Society, 245 Lake Street, Upper Saddle River, NJ 07458