HARRINGTON PARK, N.J. -- There may still be a limited number of entrants permitted into the Harrington Park Arts Councils production of “Tales at the Old Burying Ground” Sunday night.
Space was limited for the 3 o'clock, 4 o'clock and 5 o'clock shows featuring Charles Kruger.
A writer and performer for several decades, Kruger has been pursuing an interest in paranormal and unexplained phenomenon.
The council says he and his wife, Anne, are in constant contact with their sons, Charlie and Jacob Jubilee. They share their home with their dog and cat, Pickles and Boo.
The Old Burying Ground Cemetery on Tappan Road is part of the land apportioned to Garret Huybertsen Blauvelt, son of one of the original sixteen grantees of the Tappan Patent approved by the Governor of New York in 1686.
Last-minute reservations, if still available, must be made by calling Gerri Gibney at (201) 768-2615.
The event is free, but donations are welcome.
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