Haytown Nursery School Hosts Parent Education Speaker Series

2016-09-14T13:04:04+00:00

The Haytown Nursery School in Tewksbury is proud to present our Haytown Speaker Series, a lineup of relevant expert seminars that focus on hot topics in parenting today. The series is open to all members of the community and was designed to educate, inspire and provoke thoughtful discussion on topics and challenges parents face. The [...]

Frenchtown’s Riverfest Celebrates Life Along the River

2016-08-23T10:12:11+00:00

Come celebrate the diverse range of avian wildlife in the Delaware Valley at this year’s Riverfest Celebration in Frenchtown on Sunday, September 4th from noon until 6pm. This year's theme is Wings Over the River with festivities including Bird Hatching, a bird parade and a screening of "Wild Parrots of Telegraph Hill" will at the Art Yard. In [...]

Ringoes Grange Fair

2016-07-07T09:27:33+00:00

Ringoes Grange will hold an Open House and Thirty-One Gifts party on Sunday, July 24, 12-5 PM. All proceeds will benefit the East Amwell Historical Society’s Clawson House renovation project. When complete, the Clawson House will be the new home of the Historical Society and a Township museum. To learn more about the Clawson House, [...]

‘Gertrude Stein’ show part of Frenchtown’s Bastille Day

2016-07-08T07:40:48+00:00

Jane Hardy takes the title role in the upcoming Raconteur Radio performance of “An Evening with Gertrude Stein and The Lost Generation” in Frenchtown on Saturday, July 16. (Photo by Gillian Sherry) Frenchtown's Bastille Day festivities on Saturday, July 16, will include a free performance of “An Evening with Gertrude Stein and The [...]

Lambertville Historical Society Seeks Homes for House Tour

2016-06-23T22:37:26+00:00

Ticket-holders enjoyed both the interior and exterior of this beautiful 1860 Vernacular-style home, one of several from previous annual House Tours. The Lambertville Historical Society’s Autumn House Tour is an event anticipated and enjoyed by nearly a thousand attendees. If you would like to recommend a home for the 2016 Tour (including your own) please [...]

Tour Hunterdon’s Historic Clawson House

2016-04-08T16:33:34+00:00

The East Amwell Historical Society will open up the Clawson House on April 16 and 17. The East Amwell Historical Society invites everyone to check out the latest round of renovations to the Clawson House on Saturday and Sunday, April 16th and 17th from noon to 3 p.m. The open house festivities will [...]

EAHS Presents History Mapping the American Revolution

2016-03-07T08:41:01+00:00

Learn all about history mapping the American Revolution in New Jersey with John Allen at the next East Amwell Historical Society program on Friday, March 11 at 7 p.m. in the East Amwell Township Municipal Building. “David Munn’s bicentennial publication Battles and Skirmishes of The American Revolution in New Jersey was ‘history mapped’ using Google [...]

Leap Day 2016: 5 Ways to Make the Most of Your Extra Day

2016-02-29T10:49:57+00:00

As you have no doubt heard by now, 2016 is a leap year and February 29th is our long awaited Leap Day. And while you may find some lamenting their "unpaid" workday, we're looking at Leap Day with a different perspective- an extra day to enjoy life in Hunterdon County! But why do we have a leap [...]

Now Showing: Broads with Brushes

2016-02-25T08:34:17+00:00

Through March 15, 2016, Broads with Brushes is displaying their art the The Bank of Princeton in Lambertville. Broads with Brushes was founded by Ilene Rubin and Libby Wheeler, who had fostered a tradition of painting together every week. While working to display their individual works, they soon found that some locations only allowed for groups exhibits. [...]

Remembering President Reagan’s Visit to Hunterdon County

2016-02-15T13:05:33+00:00

  In honor of President's Day, we're taking a look back to President Ronald Reagan's September 1982 trip to Hunterdon County. The Ryland Inn President Reagan arrived at Mercer airport on Air Force One on Friday, Sept. 17, 1982 and then flew by helicopter to the historical Ryland Inn in Whitehouse Station. There, a [...]