Second Sundays: Wyckoff-Garretson Museum House Open Free to the Public
2nd Sunday, Apr-Oct, 2017 1-4pm 215 South Middlebush Rd, Somerset, NJ
The Meadows Foundation announces the opening of the Wyckoff-Garretson Museum House and Carriage Barn, every second Sunday of the month starting in April and going through October. There will be docents on hand to conduct tours and answer questions about colonial life. The recently renovated carriage barn features a used book and gift shop.
In addition, talks and craft demonstrations will be conducted in the conference room, and videos about life in colonial times will be shown in the media room. The buildings will be open from 1pm-4pm, April through October. This is a FREE EVENT, so bring family and friends and enjoy an interesting afternoon with us! Check our calendar for exact dates.
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Special Event: Paranormal Night at the Wyckoff-Garretson Museum House
The historic Wyckoff-Garretson house, circa 1730, is being opened to the public for a ghost hunt! Come join professional ghost hunters from New Jersey Paranormal, hear about the house’s past, and share in the hunt! Learn about and use professional equipment, and feel free to bring your own. Event date is Saturday, September 9, 2017, at 7:30pm. SPACE IS LIMITED TO THE FIRST 22 PAID REGISTRANTS – SO RESERVE YOUR SPACE ASAP! $25.00 per person, 18 and over only. Includes history/tour, Ghost Hunting 101, an investigation and refreshments. For more information or the registration form (required with payment), click on the pdf flyer below, or email Sue Ann Derkach at SueAnnDVought@aol.com. 100% of all donations go toward the restoration and preservation of our historic homes. The Meadows Foundation is a 501c3 non-profit, all-volunteer organization.
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Fireside Chat: 1940: A Doorway to the Future
NOTICE: POSTPONED UNTIL NOVEMBER – APRIL DATE CANCELLED
Sat. Nov ??, 2017 2pm 280 South Middlebush Rd, Somerset, NJ
A nostalgic journey back to the 1940s! Explore how that era laid the foundation for the social, technical and cultural changes that have shaped the world we live in today. You’ve come a long way, baby! Trish Chambers will discuss how women’s role in society changed during this turbulent decade.
It will be held on Saturday, November, 2017 from 2 pm – 4 pm at the Van Liew-Suydam House, located at 280 South Middlebush Road, Franklin Township, NJ. Tickets are $10, and current Meadows members receive a coupon for $5 off a future event. For more information or to reserve a seat, please contact Chris Retz at Chrisflp@aol.com.
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