A VIRTUAL WALK THROUGH MOUNT HEBRON CEMETERY
October 21, 2021 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm| Free
This free virtual Zoom tour is part of the Montclair History Center’s “History at Home” series. A 30-acre beauty on the eastern slope of First Mountain, Mount Hebron Cemetery is the final resting spot for many notable residents, including Charles and Annie Anderson, who donated the land for Anderson Park. Hear the stories of these notables, discover the symbolism behind grave imagery, and find out what makes this cemetery more like a park than a spooky graveyard. This presentation is an adaptation of the popular in-person walking tour led by Lisanne Renner/Historian, Friends of Anderson Park, and Helen Fallon/Trustee, Montclair History Center. It is presented twice — at noon and at 7 p.m. The link for each presentation is at montclairhistory.org/all-events.