Historic Places in South Jersey

Historic Places in South Jersey

A discussion of historic sites, and events, with the purpose of sharing, encouraging participation, and networking.

Monday, September 5, 2011

More Events!

Some folks wrote back with more upcoming events. Here they are:
Thanks!
Here are a few more:
Sept 10 (Big day in history world
Griffith Morgan open house 11-4 Pennsauken
Coopertown Meeting House open noon-4 Edgewater Park
Wood Street Fair - Revel House open Burlington
Cold Spring Village - Revolutionary War weekend Cape May
Sept 24
Riverside Historical Society & the Zurbrugg Mansion in Delanco celebrating anniversaries & open to the public
Oct 1
Battle of Germantown
Oct 15
Harvest day Washington Crossing PA

Also from Linda Stanton - help on how to get to Batsto for the Roundtable event since so many roads are closed after the hurricane:
roads are closed..can only get to Batsto entrance from 542 westbound from Tuckerton area, etc. or the Green Bank Bridge/563. Route 542 Eastbound between Batsto Church and the Batsto entrance is closed.

UpcomingEventsFall2011

Some upcoming events this autumn:
1.Spetember 30, restored sheds at Bivalve tell the story of the oyster industry in New Jersey with a Museum, shop, and gallery. In October, second Fridays of the month feature special exhibits and programs. The Delaware Bay Museum and Folklife Center reopens November 11.
for info visit AJMeerwald.org
2.Burlington County History Roundtable will be at Batsto at 10:00 on September the 24th this month. I've been delighted to attend each one and learned a great deal of fascinating history, dates for other events, and met many interesting people in the NJ history world. If you can't make this one, the next is October 22 at the Roebling Museum.
The THird Sunday of the month is Heritage Day at the James & Ann Whitall House, Red Bank Battlefield, National Park, NJ. I work those days as a docent and I can tell you they are interesting days. Also this autumn is the big re-enactment of the Battle of Red Bank.
Speaking of Revolutionary re-enactments, Greenwich has their teaburning celebration this autumn, Sat. Sept. 24th, there is also an Arts and Crafts festival in the yard of the Gibbon House with music to enjoy.
http://www.cchistsoc.org/calendar.html
September 17, the Indian King Tavern hosts Open House with Ned Hector, Re-enactor presenting in the Assembly Room. I work there too, hope to see you!
On October 15 the Indian King Tavern will be honored with the presence of Benjamin Franklin during the Open House.
Don't Forget to look for great history and New Jersey history book bargains at Murphy's Book Loft in Mullica Hill. Yesterday I was there and bought:
1.Of Batsto and Bog Iron, Jack Boucher
2.Country Roads of New Jersey, Judi Dash and Jill Schensul
3.More than Petticoats, Remarkable New Jersey Women, Lynn Wenzel and Carol Binkowski
It is a fun place to spend an afternoon browsing the shelves and looking for Look Magazine for the month you were born. Nice little town for browsing shops and having lunch too.