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Hunterdon County’s Tricentennial 1714 – 2014
www.hunterdon300th.org
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908-788-2030
300info@co.hunterdon.nj.us
The Hunterdon 300th Celebration is coming to a close soon… Check out our remaining
scheduled events below. Don’t miss out on taking part in one of these wonderful events (most
are FREE)…
Our October and November programs have Reservation Tickets available now. Watch our
website for December ticket reservations - coming soon. Visit us at www.hunterdon300th.org
or call the Tricentennial Headquarters at 908-788-2030 for details.
OCTOBER:
18th: Hunterdon's Historic Churches Bus Tour
21st: General Daniel Morgan
25th: Children's Historic Craft - Historic Halloween
25th: John Reading, Sr. and his Son, the Governor
29th: Historic Haunts of Hunterdon County
NOVEMBER:
1st: Encore! Searching the Search Room with County Clerk Mary Melfi sold out
1st: Murals of Hunterdon - Unveiling with Artist Paul Jennis
2nd: Jutland Massacre
5th: History of Hunterdon County in Art with Paul Jennis, Mural - 18th Century
6th: Hunterdon's Buried Past - Literally. Part II
7th - 21st: 300th Anniversary Photo Contest Exhibit
8th: Historic Menu, Tavern Tour and Lecture at the Tewksbury Inn
9th: Hunterdon Militiamen and Their Families at War: "A People Harassed and Exhausted"
12th: History of Hunterdon County in Art with Paul Jennis, Mural - 19th Century
15th: Skirmish of Geary's Ridge
16th: Col. John Reading, Sr. and the Creation of Hunterdon County
19th: History of Hunterdon County in Art with Paul Jennis, Mural - 20th Century
DECEMBER:
6th: The Dutch Reform Church and the Revolutionary War Lecture and Grave Walk
7th: The Road Along the Rocks: A Walk Down A Revolutionary Road
9th: The History of Flemington Cut Glass
10th: History of Washington Crossing State Park
13th: Washington Crosses the Delaware
14th: Washington Crosses the Delaware Annual Re-Enactment: Dress Rehearsal
Excursion
17th: Hunterdon in 1776
20th: Children's Historical Craft Project - Making Victorian Christmas Ornaments
20th: History Through Music - A Revolutionary Christmas
28th: A Victorian Christmas Afternoon Tea - at Teaberry's Tea House, Flemington
Municipal and Special Partner Events:
OCTOBER:
18th: The Flemington Speedway Day
18th: Walking Tour of West Amwell Township
19th: Lambertville House Walking Tour Lambertville Historical Society
19th: Walking Tour of Mount Airy Village
24th: Ghosts of East Amwell - East Amwell Township Historical Society
25th: Stroll Through Flemington - A Historic House Tour Flemington Historic
Preservation Commission
26th: Dvoor Farm Tours of the 1798 Vernacular Georgian-Style Stone House
NOVEMBER:
1st: Portraits of Hunterdon: Past and Present with the Hunterdon Symphony -
Sponsored by Hunterdon Musical Arts
9th: Tewksbury Township Historical Society Covered Dinner Event
DECEMBER:12th: Walking Tour of Historic Milford Borough
13th: Walking Tour of Historic Milford Borough
About Us

The South Hunterdon District Charter is to prepare every student to become a productive, responsible member of society, able to adapt and change, by providing the NJ Core Curriculum Standards and a positive learning environment.

SCHOOL PHILOSOPHY: We Believe…

t         Children will grow and succeed in an environment that is positive, caring, and respectful;

t         All children are gifted, naturally curious, and can love both the discovery of learning and the rewards of hard work;

t         Teachers need support, training, and access to a variety of instructional materials, tools, and technology to support an academically rigorous curriculum;

t         Children need structure and routines: high expectations and fair and consistent follow-through are needed for children to develop responsibility and respect for rules and procedures;

t         Parents and community play vital roles within the school; two-way participation, communication, and public service are paramount to the success of the school;

t         Our small school offers us the ability to nurture each child’s individual development and promote a community of learners.

SHRSD Campuses

  • Lambertville Public School

  • Phone: 609.397.0183
  • Stockton Borough School

  • Phone: 609.397.2012
  • West Amwell Elementary School

  • Phone: 609.397.0819
  • South Hunterdon Regional High School

  • Phone: 609.397.2060
  • District Office

  • Phone: 609.397.1888