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Event Calendar - 2018
Fall House Tour September 22, 2018 (Rain date Sept. 23, 2018) The Bordentown Historical Society is hosting its Fall House Tour again this September. A self-guided tour of private homes and historic sites throughout Bordentown City.
This is a great opportunity to see inside some of Bordentown's prized, historic homes and buildings. While walking from site to site, partake in the town's architectural styles, many of which date back to revolutionary times and notable monuments as marked on the map provided.
Ticket holders will receive special discounts offered by many of the local restaurants and shops in downtown Bordentown by showing their ticket stub. Proceeds for this tour go towards the restoration and preservation of the Bordentown Historical Society Museum building and archived materials.
Meet at The Bordentown Historical Society Museum (302 Farnsworth Avenue, Bordentown, NJ) to pick up your tickets, a brochure with map and discounts to local restaurants and businesses.
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Nature Exploration & Journaling at Point Breeze Saturday October 13, 2018 Nature Walk begins at Divine Word at 1PM
Location: Divine Word Missionary 101 Park Steet, Bordentown, NJ Group will meet in the large parking lot near the Gymnasium at 1PM. Duration: Approx. 2 Hours Max. Attendance: Total 25 People
Fee: $10.00 per person. (To be paid in cash the day of the tour)
Registration is required and open from August 20th – October 12, 2018 or until all openings are booked. To register, email Doug Kiovsky.
* Please wear comfortable shoes and clothing, and bring sunscreen and insect repellent. Journals will be provided to give people of all ages a chance to leisurely sketch and enjoy time outdoors.
Due to its popularity in June, we decided to offer one more walk of the infamous Bonaparte Estate grounds! Don't miss this opportunity to see the Point Breeze estate property. Famous for its picturesque landscape, wonderful gardens, extensive art collection, and large library, Point Breeze was central to American intellectual and cultural life in the Delaware Valley. Join the D&R Canal Naturalist, Stephanie Fox for a nature walk at the Divine Word, whose missionary now sits on the Point Breeze property. We will cover the terrain where Charles Lucien Bonaparte once observed, studied and sketched wildlife and the landscape. Participants will be provided with a nature journal and given hints and techniques on how connect closer to nature by sketching and the written word. This is a family friendly event and designed for beginner journal keepers to explore their creative side.