The Thursday Morning Club invites the public on Thur., Feb. 2, at 10 a.m.to the Madison Community House to attend an outstanding program featuring noted historian, author and preservationist, Janet Foster.
Foster is a local resident with a dedicated sense of past architecture and a professional background that includes positions at Columbia and Drew universities. She will give attendees her insightful take on historic buildings and homes in the area.
Many people spend fascinating hours exploring their family histories. Not content with just knowing their genealogy, they are now becoming interested in the history of their homes as well.
Foster’s illustrated lecture will explain interesting characteristics of buildings from the Colonial period in Morris County and how they have had a role in re-interpreting Colonial history as well as having served as models of Colonial Revival style.
No reservation is necessary. For further information, call 973-377-0244.