Sept 12 – The Les Paul Legacy Event Series Presents:  An Online Guitar Workshop With Muriel Anderson

The Les Paul Legacy Event Series Presents:  An Online Guitar Workshop With Muriel Anderson Saturday, September 12 10:00am – 12:00 noon $35.00 registration fee REGISTER HERE The Mahwah Museum is pleased to present an online guitar workshop with award-winning guitarist Muriel Anderson on Saturday, September 12, from 10:00am to 12:00 noon. The cost of the…

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Virtual Concert Celebrates Les Paul’s 105th Birthday

The Mahwah Museum presented an online concert series during the weekend of June 6-9, 2020 to celebrate Les Paul’s 105th birthday with Gene Paul, Lou Pallo, Gary Mazzaroppi, Vincent Raniolo, Muriel Anderson and Thom Bresh. The links are now up for the performances and Zoom conversation.  Click on the links to hear the performances. Click…

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Collecting Mahwah’s Stories

Collecting Mahwah’s Stories Our mission is to gather, preserve and tell the story of Mahwah’s history. We are living through a historical moment like no other, and the Museum will be gathering stories, photographs, videos and artifacts to add to our archives. Visit our website for details in the next few weeks.

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Museum Memberships Extended

Your memberships will be extended. At this point we do not anticipate opening the Museum again until September at the earliest. We will extend all current memberships for the time we missed this Spring and will use this time to make modifications that will make the museum safer for patrons and docents in this new…

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April 4 – Postponed – Sound on Sound: Exploring the Evolution of Les Paul’s Pioneering Techniques

Exploring the Evolution of Les Paul’s Pioneering Recording Techniques on the Road to Multi-Track Recording **Postponed until Fall 2020**  A lecture by Dr Sean McClowry Saturday, April 4 at 11:00 am at Mahwah Museum   Dr Sean McClowry, professor of music at the College of St. Rose, will discuss Les Paul’s “sound on sound” methods. …

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Postponed – Premiere of the Trackside Drive-in Theater

Postponed At the Donald Cooper Model Railroad Through May 31 The volunteers of the Donald Cooper Model Railroad at the Mahwah Museum announce the opening of the Trackside Drive-in, a working drive-in theater in HO scale.  Our first feature being shown on the big screen is “King Kong vs Godzilla”.  Come and relive the nostalgia…

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