Hale Series Speaker – Carol Tener on ‘Architectural Gems in Westfield – Part II’ November 6 @ 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.

The Art of Ceramic Tile

Wednesday, October 16  7:00 pm

Stacey Farley

Former Westfield resident and notable public artist. Learn about public art from the creator of the ceramic tiles at our train station and the Reeve House.

Register for Stacey Farley

Holy Trinity to Heavy Traffic

Wednesday, March 20 7:00 pm

Joe Nolan

Former Westfield resident, Holy Trinity class of ‘76, traffic reporter for 39+ years and stadium announcer for Rutgers and the Jets. You know his voice—now hear his story.

Register for Joe Nolan

Architectural Gems in Westfield-Part II

Wednesday, November 6  7:00 pm

Carol Tener

Longtime Westfield resident, realtor, and Westfield Historical Society Board member.  Her 2018 talk on the history of our homes and neighborhoods was a smash hit—come back for more!

Register for Carol Tener

From Paris to Prospect Street

Wednesday, May 8  7:00 pm

Timothy Boyle

Westfield native, WHS Class of ’84, co-owner of 16 Prospect Wine Bar and Bistro. Hear about the business of bistros from a graduate of Le Cordon Bleu.

Register for Timothy Boyle

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.