WOODBRIDGE — Mayor John E. McCormac and township officials will cut the ribbon to officially open the “Greenable Woodbridge Museum of the Future” on Saturday, June 12 at the Woodbridge Center Mall
The “Greenable Woodbridge Museum of the Future,” the region’s first museum devoted to all things “Green,” will feature interactive displays, events, “green” business counseling, and educational programs devoted to sustainable energy, transportation, manufacturing and community living. The exhibits, programs and events are geared to the residential and business community and are designed to engage communities large and small on the benefits of “going green” and employing sustainable practices.
The museum will house exhibits for all ages and backgrounds, educate and inform visitors on current and future green practices, and will host various events and programs relating to sustainability. The museum will also be the initial home of the Woodbridge Green Technology Incubator (to be located at the Pennval Road Redevelopment Park) which will aid in the startup and development of “green” businesses and technology in Woodbridge Township.
For more information about the “Greenable Woodbridge Museum of the Future,” visit http://greenablewoodbridgemuseum.org.
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