($) Proud Heritage -- African American Presence in the Hopewell Valley and Sourland Mountains
In honor of Black History Month, East Amwell Historical Society presents "Proud Heritage -- African American Presence in the Hopewell Valley and Sourland Mountains”.
Beverly Mills and Elaine Buck of the Stoutsburg Cemetery Association in Hopewell will discuss the history and lives of the African Americans who lived in the Sourland Mountains and Hopewell Valley from the 1700s to present times.
East Amwell Municipal Building (corner of Wertsville Road and Route 31 South).
No registration required. $5 per person.
||(R) TILLERS OF THE SOIL: HUNTERDON'S FARMING FAMILIES
County Historian Stephanie Stevens starts our new heritage series on Agriculture with a lecture based on her newest book "Tillers of the Soil." Stephanie will speak on some of Hunterdon's history as an agricultural community and the families who helped establish and keep our great county as an important part of the Garden State.
Main Branch County Library, Flemington
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($ R) Tewskbury Tavern Tour at the Tewksbury Inn
Presented by the Tewksbury Historical Society, second floor dining room.
Space limited to 40.
$45 per person includes a 3 course meal. Cash bar available.
Lecture on the History of Smithfield, New Germantown, Oldwick by Tewksbury Historical Society President Shaun Van Doren.
You may also call 908-832-6734
RSVP by February 18th