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Northwest Bergen County History Day

May 8th, 2012 | No Comments

The Ramsey Historical Association will be participating in the second annual Northwest Bergen County History Day on Saturday May 19th 2012. Ramsey’s oldest home, the Old Stone House Museum will be open along with 7 other nearby historical home/museums including the Schoolhouse Museum, John Fell House, The Hermitage, Hopper-Goetschius House, Mahwah Museum, Zabriskie House, and Van Allen House.

Hours will be 10:00 – 4:00 pm and this year in honor of the Sesquicentennial of the Civil War, each site will feature special exhibits about the Civil War era.

Tickets are $10 and include admission to all 8 sites. Children 12 and under are free. Tickets will be available in advance at the Schoolhouse Museum in Ridgewood or at Abma’s Farm Market in Wyckoff or on site at the locations. For more information call 201-652-7354 or email at info@ridgewoodhistoricalsociety.org.

Map of participating historical sites.

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The Ramsey Farmers Market Proudly Announces Its Third Season!

May 7th, 2012 | No Comments

By Nancy Boone, originally published in the Ramsey Journal

This winter season our Ramsey Farmers’ Market took a leap of faith when it ventured on to become Bergen County’s first community based indoor farmers’ market. Choosing the Eric Smith School cafeteria for a location and held every Sunday from December through March, over 20 vendors brought their seasonal produce and great artisan products for our community to continue to enjoy. Word spread rapidly and farmers’ market followers appeared from so many surrounding towns, a few new farmers and vendors joined the market and our winter market became a wonderful success, thanks also to the efforts of a talented and dedicated farmers’ market committee and support from Mayor Chris Botta, Borough Council members and our Council Liaison, Vanessa Jachzel.

Farmer Guy Jones, owner of BloomingHill Farm and former long time Ramsey resident, checks his organic produce at the indoor winter market as market goers choose from his seasonal produce.

Sponsored by the Ramsey Historical Association, the Ramsey Farmers’ Market will begin its 3rd season outdoors at the Main Street train station on June 10th, kicking off with our traditional Strawberry Festival hosted by the Woman’s Club of Ramsey. The market will continue outdoors every Sunday 9AM – 2PM through November 18th.

Beekeeper and owner, Wayne Dewell, displays his honey and honey products at the winter market. Children especially love his colorful and delicious honey sticks

Planning is already well on the way for another season offering the freshest produce and products from local farms and vendors. The market has planned plenty of family fun, music, chef demos, artisan exhibits, children’s crafts, and special events and hopes to serve as a resource for helping to make our town one committed to environmental sustainability and healthy living.

The outdoor market will continue its Pay it Forward program where visitors can bring non-perishable food items for donation to the Center for Food Action in Mahwah. Visit the market website www.ramseyfarmersmarket.org for a schedule of events and list of vendors.

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