PARK RIDGE, N.J. -- After Election Day is in the rear-view mirror, a local professor will be on hand in Park Ridge to present "Picking up the Pieces: a Retrospective on the Presidential Election" on Sunday, Nov. 13.
The Pascack Historical Society is hosting Anthony Troncone, a professor at Dominican College. He'll present his analysis of this year's remarkable presidential election: how the two nominees were selected, the positions they took on a number of important issues, and the candidates' strengths and weaknesses.
Troncone also will discuss the implications of the election for the future of America and American politics.
A popular speaker at the museum, Troncone is chair of the Pascack Historical Society's Historical Advisory Board.
He also founded and supervises the Dominican College/PHS Student Intern Program, a one-of-a-kind program that provides history students an opportunity to volunteer at the museum and gain firsthand knowledge about the many aspects of museum study and preservation.
The afternoon will also include coffee and cake, provided by museum volunteers. These events are free -- "but donations are gratefully accepted," organizers note.
The presentation will begin at 2 p.m., but seating is limited, so arrive early.
The Pascack Historical Society is at 19 Ridge Ave., in Park Ridge.