Hale Series Speaker – Robert Wendel – Westfield’s Revolutionary War Homes – Then and Now – 3/18 @ 7 PM

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Made possible by grants from:

The Anne and Lee Hale Fund
The Thomas Glasser Foundation

Open to the public.  All programs are FREE and held in the Westfield Memorial Library Meeting Room.

Westfield’s Revolutionary War Homes – Then and Now

Wednesday, March 18  7:00 pm

Robert Wendel

Westfield Resident, Town Historian and Co-Chair, Westfield 300th Anniversary Committee. Come celebrate Westfield’s 300th Anniversary by learning about Westfield’s oldest homes – their stories, myths, and legends.

Register for Robert Wendel

Local Color

Wednesday, October 7  7:00 pm

Ricardo Roig

Westfield High School Class of 2001, former Westfield schools art teacher, local gallery owner, and creator of the Westfield Circle mural. Hear the inspiring story of a local artist who has parlayed his hand cut paper screen prints into an art world success with 5 galleries showcasing his work.

Register for Ricardo Roig

Looking Back

Wednesday, May 13  7:00 pm

Judge John M. Boyle

Westfield resident, practicing attorney, and retired NJ Superior Court Judge. Reminisce with John Boyle on his life in Westfield, 17 years as a Judge, and over 60 years as an attorney.

Register for Judge John M. Boyle

Shedding the Spotlight

Wednesday, November 4  7:00 pm

Aimee Nuzzo

Westfield High School Class of 1991, former TV reporter and anchor, and owner/executive producer of Concept2Cut productions. Learn how a TV reporter found her authentic self behind the camera.

Register for Aimee Nuzzo

Pre-registration required.
Register here or call the Library at
908.789.4090 ext. 0

The Series is named in honor of the late Lee Hale, who founded it, and his wife, the late Anne Hale. Their daughter, Barbara Hale, is a member of the Hale committee and introduces the speakers at the talks, hosted by the Friends of the Westfield Memorial Library in the meeting room there.  Funding comes from The Anne and Lee Hale Fund and the Thomas Glasser Foundation.

Linnea Rhodes heads the Hale Speaker Series committee that also includes members Mary Orlando, Sherry Cronin, Ellen Albertson, and Tina Lesher.