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The Charmer authors to attend book reading at the Fort Lee Historical Society Meeting on October 9th
The Fort Lee Historical Society Presents A Book Reading Signing with co-authors Richard Muti and Charles Buckley of the book The Charmer about the Robert Reldan case. Reldan, who lived in Fort Lee, was convicted in the murder of two women. Co-author of this book, Charles Buckley, was a state deputy attorney general during the murder trial of Reldan. Richard Muti is the former Mayor of Ramsey, NJ.
Date / Time: Tuesday, October 9th at 8 PM
Location: The Fort Lee Museum, 1588 Palisade Avenue, Fort Lee, NJ
This event is free and open to the public – seating is limited.
For further info call the Fort Lee Historical Society at (201) 592-3580.
|Where||Fort Lee Museum 1589 Parker Ave, Fort Lee, NJ 07024 (Mueum entrance / parking at 1588 Palisade Avenue)|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||8:00 pm–9:00 pm|
|Who to bring||Everyone|
More About Fort Lee Museum
Given its limited hours of operation, it may take some pre-planning, but a visit to the Fort Lee Museum is well worth the effort for history buffs or those who simply want to learn more about Fort Lee's storied past. The museum's archives contains material from the famed Riviera Nightclub, Fort Lee High School, the Fort Lee Athletic Club, the George Washington Bridge and the American Revolution among other institutions, landmarks and historic events. Located on Parker Avenue, between Monument Park and the Church of the Good Shepherd, the quaint stone building fits right into its surroundings in a particularly scenic area of downtown Fort Lee. The facility is located on the grounds of George Washington's original encampment. The museum has weekend and Wednesday evening hours only, but group tours are offered throughout the week by appointment. Special exhibits are held throughout the year.