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The history of the 'pompion' or pumpkin was told.

Bergen County Historian Kevin Wright shared the history surrounding the pumpkin, which European colonists called “pompion,” a word describing “a large ripe melon,” and English speakers later corrupted into “pumpkin.”

Throughout the evening, visitors were able to partake in period refreshments at the Campbell-Christie House, a restored 18th century tavern. The Demarest House, beautifully restored by the Blauvelt-Demarest Foundation, will also be open, displaying Bergen Dutch furnishings.

Non-perishable food items were collected during the evening by the BCHS and donated to the Center for Food Action.

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