The Grover Cleveland Birthplace is closed until further notice.
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Louis L. Picone “The Importance of Being Grover Cleveland”
To learn more about Grover Cleveland’s life and New Jersey connections, check out this presentation by GCBMA board member Louis L. Picone – Author “The Importance of Being Grover Cleveland” (note this lecture was originally scheduled to help kick-off the events for “Grover Cleveland Week” which was unfortunately postponed) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d914Vznqo9U
Photos from the 1893 Grover Cleveland Inaugural Ball Reenactment held on Saturday November 10th 2018 can now be viewed. CLICK HERE
The Grover Cleveland Birthplace Memorial Association (GCBMA) is a conservancy and advocacy group dedicated to preserving the home and legacy of President Cleveland, the only U.S. President born in New Jersey. Through volunteer-based initiatives, our goal is to increase awareness and support of the Grover Cleveland birthplace and its heritage. The GCBMA activities include support of educational programs and lectures, interpretation and preservation of the birthplace and its collection of historic objects, and history-themed social activities which engage the public. Working in partnership with the State of New Jersey, we look forward to approval of our plan to build a Visitor Center which will provide space for educational and programming activities, as well as to display historically significant artifacts and exhibitions related to Grover Cleveland and his Presidency.