Lots of good things happening down our way this upcoming week. First of all there is the music festival in Woodstown at the Salem County Fairgrounds June 4, 5 and 6.
Second, a friend told me there is an event at Red Bank Battlefield, National Park, NJ this Saturday. I wasn't able ti find it listed in a cursory exploration of web sites but then most web sites seem not to be update. I couldn't find any information on the lecture series at the Corson Poley Center in Burlington, or the Burlington County Historian's Roundtable either. After Joe Laufer died, it seems updates stopped on the website. But if you want to call and see what's going on, here's the contact information: It is Sunday as I type so I can't do it.
RED BANK BATTLEFIELD
100 HESSIAN AVENUE
NATIONAL PARK, NJ 08063
Third, the largest World War II Re-enactment in the world takes place at Reading, Pa. and if I could go I would, but I don't like to make a drive like that by myself these days with my eye-sight problems and my old car and none of my friends are WWII followers as I am, so I can't go this year. I hope you can though!! Fortunately their link is updated and you can find all you need to know if you want to go: