Join the Cooper Street Community on October 10 for pop-up exhibits, performance and story-telling, and a celebration of the 30th anniversary of Cooper Street and Cooper-Grant as historic districts listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
If you have ever lived, worked, or attended classes on or near Cooper Street — or if you’re curious about the many organizations and residents in our neighborhood — this event is for you. Past and present neighbors, you’re invited to bring photographs, memories, and ideas to add to a digital collection and help create a new history of one of Camden’s most historic streets.
Organizations, individuals, businesses, and departments, free exhibit tables will be available to showcase your activities (please indicate your interest when you RSVP). Or come to simply mingle and enjoy some light refreshments — all are welcome!
Just for the Record – A Multimedia One-Man Show
Historian, artist, pianist, singer/songwriter and veteran teacher Christopher Andrew Maier channels Eldridge Reeves Johnson, an astute Camden machinist who perfected the wind-up gramophone to deliver quality music to the world through the Victor Talking Machine Company.
Exhibits begin at 5 p.m. Program/entertainment begins at 6 p.m.
Event is FREE and Open to the Public!