Welcome to the County of Hunterdon's Tricentennial Celebration website. Please visit often as we update this site daily. We are planning many special events, lectures, tours, fundraisers and more. Join us as we celebrate our 300th Year.
Our office which is located at 3 Chorister Place in Flemington, NJ (just off of Main Street adjacent to the Flemington Borough Police Department) and is open to the public on Saturdays only from 10am to 2pm.
SOME EVENTS WILL REQUIRE RESERVATIONS, ALTHOUGH MOST ARE FREE. Reservations will be taken on a first come first served basis. Reservation information will be posted 3 to 4 weeks prior to each event.
New Tickets for April & May...COMING SOON!! See What's Available On-Line or you can pick them up at the Tricentennial Headquarters, located at the Flemington Choir School, 3 Chorister Place, Flemington, NJ 08822
Historic Quilt Exhibition....Lecture and Display coming in Early April. In the continuing celebration of Hunterdon County NJ’s 300th Anniversary, a major exhibition of quilts will be exhibited in the Assembly Room of County Building One, Route 12 in Flemington for the nine days from Saturday, April 5 to Sunday, April 13. See more...
Happy Birthday HunterdonSee photos from our Official 300th Birthday Celebration held on Saturday, March 22. Parade, Cake, Fireworks and more...
Life in Hunterdon- 1714Union Township Middle School 7th grader Christopher Dyson models what he would have worn and learns how he would have lived in Hunterdon County on March 22, 1714 in a talk given by County Historian Stephanie Stevens. In the Autumn, Stephanie will be continuing the series of Life in Hunterdon in both 1814 and 1914.
3 Panel Mural - a Work in Progress300 Years of Hunterdon Illustrative 3 Panel Mural - Panel 2 in Progress 1800s by Paul Jennis
300th Anniversary Photo ContestBe a Part of Hunterdon's History
Events for Hunterdon's YouthWhile other children played with authentic tools, cooking implements and arrowheads from Hunterdon's passed 300 years, 8 year old Siena Britt of Clinton played dress up at the event "History Hunting for Hunterdon's Young Historians." This event may encore in the fall; stay tuned for details.
Photographic Essay Celebrating Hunterdon at the Tricentennial by Walter ChoroszewskiHunterdon in my Heart
Join Kingwood Historianand Revolutionary War Re-Enactor Sal DeSapio at one of his 300th lectures: March 4th, August 27th, October 21st or December 3rd. See our Calendar of Events for Details
Celebrate Our 300thand Join the Hunterdon County Historical Society. Click image for additional information.
Another Sold Out Event... - don't miss the next one! County Historian Stephanie Stevens and Tricentennial Chair Marcia Karrow at the first of Stephanie's 300th lectures. Join them on March 18th for Stephanie's original lecture "Your Life in Hunterdon: March 22, 1714
Artist Dan Campanelli signs his limited edition prints BLUE SKIES ; of the historic County Court HouseLimited Edition Prints of Blue Skies
Teaberry's Tea Shoplocated in Flemington served up an amazing assortment of treats popular during the Civil War period. The 300th will be celebrating both the holidays and the end of our special celebratory year with a special afternoon tea at Teaberry's on December 27th
Anne and Ridley Enslowreceived a standing ovation for the performance of both entertaining and often poignant Civil War period music." The Enslows will be performing Christmas music heard at the time of the Revolutionary War on December 20th.