Free Marketing Workshop On Heritage Tourism
NEW JERSEY – The Passaic County Cultural and Heritage Council at Passaic County Community College, in partnership with NJ Historic Trust, NJ Council for Humanities, and Middlesex County & Cultural and Heritage Commission, will be offering a free Marketing Workshop on Heritage Tourism on Friday, April 4, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Lunch is included. The workshop will take place at the Historic Hamilton Club Building, 2nd Floor, Seminar Room, 32 Church St. (at Ellison St.), downtown Paterson.
Conducted by Consultant John Seitter, executive director of the Roebling Museum, the workshop is open to all local heritage, humanities and cultural groups, which are interested in developing strategies to market their resources and events, including those related to New Jersey’s 350th anniversary.
To register for the workshop in Paterson, please contact Susan Balik, Associate Director Cultural Affairs at firstname.lastname@example.org or 973-684-5444. The Hamilton Club is wheelchair accessible. A Spanish interpreter, assistive listening devices and large print materials are available upon request.
The Middlesex County Cultural and Heritage Commission will also be hosting a workshop at East Jersey Olde Towne Village, Piscataway, on May 7, 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. For more info or to register for the Piscataway workshop, contact Isha Vyas, Director of History Grants and Services at Isha.email@example.com or 732-745-4489.
This program is funded by the NJ Historic Trust, NJ Council for Humanities, and Middlesex County & Cultural and Heritage Commission. The PCCHC is funded, in part, by the NJ State Council on the Arts and through a general operating support grant from the NJ Historical Commission.