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Residents invited to the Whitall House for Valentine’s dinner

Residents invited to the Whitall House for Valentine’s dinner
 
(National Park, NJ) In celebration of Valentine’s Day, the Gloucester County Certified Gardeners and James and Ann Whitall House Volunteers are offering residents the opportunity to spend a romantic evening in the historic Whitall House at the Valentine’s Dinner taking place on Feb. 15.
 
Freeholder Director Robert M. Damminger said, “Finding a nice place to spend Valentine’s Day can be difficult, but this year residents can take advantage of the beauty of Red Bank and spend their Valentine’s Day dinner in the Whitall house and taking a walk around Red Bank Battlefield.”
 
Freeholder Jim Lavender, Liaison to the Department of Parks and Recreation said, “Red Bank Battlefield is a great spot to spend time with loved ones, especially with its year-round beauty. For our nature or history-loving residents, this opportunity is one that can’t be missed.”
Reservations are required and the deadline for reservations is Feb. 7.  Cost is $22 per person.
 
Reservation forms can be found at   http://www.gloucestercountynj.gov/civica/inc/displayblobpdf2.asp?BlobID=13065

Seatings will take place at 5 and 6:30 p.m. at the James and Ann Whitall House, located at Red Bank Battlefield at 100 Hessian Ave in National Park.
 
For more information call the Office of Land Preservation, Certified Gardeners, at 856-307-6456, or email eschreiter@co.gloucester.nj.us.
 
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