Historic Places in South Jersey

Historic Places in South Jersey

A discussion of things to do and paces to go, with the purpose of sharing, encouraging participation, and networking.

Sunday, March 26, 2017

Upcoming Things to do Places to go 2017

Just found these flyers which I assume I just have picked up at the Lines On The Pines Event.  Anyhow, phone numbers will be listed with all events and it is ALWAYS recommended that anyone wishing to visit any historic place call and confirm.  The flyers go till Winter, but I will confine myself to posting Spring Events.

Flyer #1 is from the Batsto Citizens' Committee, Events at Historic Batsto Village:

April 8 Vintage double header baseball game 
May 21 Spring Antique, Glass and Bottle and Car show (My advice to you, go EARLY - the parking lot fills up - I have had to go home because there was no place to park and it was too crowded)
Call 609-561-0024

Flyer #2 Wharton State Forest Bulletin
April 1, Atsion Recreationa Area Opens for first day and Atsion Mansion open for tours, call ahead 

Atsion Mansion Tours May through September 744 Route 206, among, NJ Saturdays and Sundays  609-268-0444

April 15 Pinelands Flower Hike - 2 to 4 miles from Batsto Visitors Center

April 22 Earth Day Celebration with Wetlands Presentation at Batsto 12:00 to 4:00, also, 1:00 - 2:00 Ice Age Influence on Pinelands Soggy Ground, Mark Demitroff $2 admission
Star Watch 7:30 to 10:00
April 23 - Earth Day Clean Up Challenge 12:00 - 3:30 bring water and lunch

May 6 Spring Bike Trail Ride, 10 miles helmet required, bring your own bike, lunch and water 11:00 to 2:30 Batsto Village Call (609)567-1559

Sunday May 7 - Outdoor Flea Market, Atsion Recreational Area

May 29 Lady Slipper and Laurel Pinelands Hike, Batsto Village Visitor Center 10:30 - 2 to 4 miles, naturalist guided, bring water and smack free


Info is given for the Indian King Tavern, which, though it is located in Haddonfield, NJ is administered by Wharton State Forest
Call 856-429-6792 for event sheet 

Both flyers list many more events through the summer and fall and you should pick up a copy when you attend one of the above listed events.  

Happy Trails!
Jo Ann






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