Centennial Committee Sponsors Historical Trip
Did you ever wonder why Ellis Island is known as the Island of Hope and Tears? Did you know that the Statue of Liberty is recognized as the universal symbol of freedom and democracy?
Learn all about Ellis Island and Lady Liberty by joining us on Saturday, September 24th, 2016 for a trip to Ellis Island and the State of Liberty sponsored by the Centennial Committee. Tickets are $35 for adults, $30 for Seniors 62+ and $25 for children 4-12 . Children under 4 are not permitted on this trip. Price includes bus and ferry and self-paced audio tour. Food and beverages are allowed, however no coolers can be brought on the bus. Food and souvenirs are available for purchase on the ferry and at each island. A limited number of wheelchairs are available on each island. The trip is rain or shine and no refunds will be made. There are a limited number of tickets at each price level so be sure to order your tickets today!
Tickets may be purchased online at www.cliftonrec.com or visit the Clifton recreation office at City Hall, 900 Clifton Avenue Floor 2, Clifton, N.J.
Buses leave City Hall 9 AM and return at 5 PM. This is an exciting informative trip you don’t want to miss. Visit the website or the recreation department at City Hall today before all the tickets are gone.
The list of Centennial events are listed on www.cliftonnj.org ,click on Celebrating 100 years and then click on Centennial Events to see all the plans.
It’s not Every Day You Can Say You Are 100!!