Restore And Preserve Historic Furniture


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It may be the chair that was in your grandparent’s home, or the odd table collecting dust, but some pieces of furniture hold sentimental value you just can’t quite explain.

On Tuesday, February 5 at 7:30 p.m. in the Verona Community Center ballroom the Verona Historical Society will host an informative program by Robert Williams, society president and local historian, on historical furniture restoration and practices that are used to maintain the value of a piece.

Besides being the 10th generation of his family to live in the area, Williams restored a historical home in Montgomery, N.Y. that was featured on the HGTV program “If Walls Could Talk.”

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Attend the talk to learn how best to preserve these treasures for future generations. For more information you can e-mail the society or call 973-857-1968.

The Verona Historical Society also wants you to know that you can support its work by becoming a member. Dues are $10 for an individual and $15 for a family. You can mail your payment to: Julie Ostering, Treasurer, Verona Historical Society, c/o Verona Community Center, 880 Bloomfield Ave., Verona, NJ 07044

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