Raritan Landing . . . Uncovering a Forgotten Past
Middlesex County Board of Chosen Freeholders and Middlesex County Cultural and Heritage Commission cordially invite you to a landmark exhibit opening Sunday, May 4, 2014 1:30 PM - East Jersey Olde Towne Village 1050 River Road Piscataway, NJ 08854
On Friday, May 9th Macculloch Hall Historical Museum will be participating, for the first time, in National Public Gardens Day.
First celebrated in 2010 National Public Gardens Day was established by the nonprofit American Public Gardens Association (AGPA) and the Rain Bird Corporation, a manufacturer and provider of irrigation products and services, based in California. The purpose of the day is to promote environmental stewardship, plant and water conservation, green spaces, and environmental education in communities throughout the United States.
Summer may not quite be here yet, but it’s never too soon for history groups to start planning their autumn and winter program schedules!
Garden State Legacy can help! We just updated our GSL Speakers Bureau and can offer over 30 quality speakers on a wide variety of history-related topics.
The directory includes such useful information as how far a speaker is able to travel, if they need a stipend or travel expenses, what their AV needs are, etc. - all information you can use to find the best speakers to meet your needs and budget!
Allison Kobus of the NJ Historical Commission would like to inform members of H-New-Jesey about a video on this subject. Use the link below.
[An episode of "It Happened Here: New Jersey" - a production of Kean University, in partnership with the New Jersey Historical Commission.]
Dear History Friends,
My husband, Paul Young and I have heard from CareOne, responding to our request for a meeting about the future of the Blauvelt Mansion, and before we make those plans, we want to know that we have people who are standing with us in trying to preserve the Blauvelt Mansion for use by the families of Oradell and Bergen County.
Please come to the Blauvelt Art Museum, on the grounds of the Mansion, on Saturday, May 10th, at 12:30 PM to show your support for our cause.
May 13, 2014
HOMETOWN TEAMS: How Sports Shape Our Communities
7-Hour Workshop for New Jersey Educators
Coursework explores Core Curriculum Standards in ELA, Social Studies, & more.
Garden State Legacy is pleased to celebrate NJ350 with the ‘grand opening’ of its new online museum, “Treasured Artifacts of the Garden State”!
In 2012 and 2013, GSL asked NJ history groups, museums, and archives to identify up to three of the artifacts from their collections that they most-prized for their historical importance, reflecting local history, New Jersey history, or New Jersey’s role in national and world history.
Union Township Historical Society meeting & slideshow
A ship on dry land? Well, sort of. The Flagship was a landmark supper club on Route 22 (aka Route 29) in Union, NJ, among other businesses (including The Wiz) housed in the unique structure over the years. Today, it's the site of P. C. Richard & Son.
[[ Poverty, Affluence, and the American Dream ]]
2-Day Teacher Workshop - May 3 & 10, 2014 (Saturdays)
9 AM - 5 PM each day at Camden County College, Blackwood
16 Hours of Professional Development
Application deadline extended to April 28
Registration Fee: $30 (due upon acceptance)
Led by Dr. Matthew Ruben and Dr. Raymond Ricketts of Bryn Mawr College