Landing, Crossroads of Lake Hopatcong
Thursday, January 23, 2020 – 7 pm (doors open at 6:30)
Lake Hopatcong Foundation Environmental & Cultural Center
125 Landing Road, Landing, NJ
FREE program, donations are appreciated
Registration required (form below)
Landing was once a transportation hub for Lake Hopatcong with the Lackawanna Railroad, Morris County Traction Company, and two different steamboat companies all converging to deliver passengers to their destinations around the popular resort area. Spectacular images of the Lackawanna, Black Line, and White Line steamers, and trolley, presented by Lake Hopatcong Historian Martin Kane, will give you a whole new perspective of this area and explain just how Landing got its name.
A small accompanying exhibit will be on loan from the Lake Hopatcong Historical Museum during this program.
Martin Kane retired after having worked as Business Manager for the Marine Corps at Picatinny Arsenal since 1998. He transitioned to program management after serving for almost twenty years as an Army attorney specializing in acquisition and international programs. Growing up on Lake Hopatcong as a summer resident, Marty serves as Lake Hopatcong Foundation Chairman of the Board as well as the Lake Hopatcong Historical Museum President. He is the author of several books on local history as well as co-author with his wife, Laurie, of the script for the award-winning documentary, “Greetings from Bertrand Island.”
Landing, Crossroads of Lake Hopatcong Registration
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