STONE HARBOR, N.J., Nov. 24, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The New Jersey Hall of Fame Mobile Museum will take part in the annual "Christmas in Stone Harbor, An Island Holiday" this weekend, November 28-29.
The New Jersey Hall of Fame Mobile Museum will share the spotlight with some of the exciting Christmas festivities in Stone Harbor, including The Reeds at Shelter Haven Tree Lighting Ceremony, Merchants' Hospitality Night, Breakfast with Frosty at Coffee Talk, and the Stone Harbor Christmas Parade.
"We're absolutely thrilled that the mobile museum will complement the strong traditions of Christmas in Stone Harbor," said Steve Edwards, president of the New Jersey Hall of Fame Foundation Board. "It's a great opportunity for the kids to learn about the famous New Jerseyans who contributed to our society while celebrating the holiday season."
Every year, the New Jersey Hall of Fame welcomes thousands of visitors in communities across the Garden State. Through the power of images, artifacts, film and a suite of interactive tools, New Jersey's leaders and legends are made accessible to every curious imagination.
The Mobile Museum was designed by Hall of Fame inductee, celebrated architect and designer, Michael Graves, and Ralph Appelbaum Associates, renowned planner and designer of museum exhibitions. The 53-foot double-expandable trailer is transformed on location to 850 square feet of stunning exhibition space.
About the New Jersey Hall of Fame
New Jersey Hall of Fame (NJHOF) honors citizens who have made invaluable contributions to society and the world beyond. Since 2008, some 80 notable people from 15 fields of human endeavor have been inducted including: Bruce Springsteen, Jon Bon Jovi, Jack Nicholson, Susan Sarandon, Toni Morrison, Buzz Aldrin, Frankie Valli, General Norman Schwarzkopf, Tony Bennett, Queen Latifah, Carl Lewis and Yogi Berra.
The Hall of Fame reinforces the message to children that they can and should strive for excellence in any endeavor of their choosing. By presenting significant and powerful role models and teaching young people about the voting process, the Hall of Fame is a source of learning, inspiration and hope for children. The New Jersey Hall of Fame is a non-profit organization with two collaborating boards working jointly: the New Jersey Hall of Fame Board of Commissioners, administered by the New Jersey Sports & Exposition Authority, and the New Jersey Hall of Fame Foundation Board of Trustees. For more information on the NJHOF and a full list of the inductees, go to www.njhalloffame.org.
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Source:NJ Hall of Fame