Welcome to the County of Hunterdon's Tricentennial Celebration website. Please visit often as we update this site daily. We are planning many special events, lectures, tours, fundraisers and more. Join us as we celebrate our 300th Year.
If you have any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 908-788-2030. Our office which is located at 3 Chorister Place in Flemington, NJ (just off of Main Street adjacent to the Flemington Borough Police Department) and is open to the public on Saturdays only from 10am to 2pm.
SOME EVENTS WILL REQUIRE RESERVATIONS, ALTHOUGH MOST ARE FREE. Reservations will be taken on a first come first served basis. Reservation information will be posted 3 to 4 weeks prior to each event.
Up Coming Event Tickets ...See What's Available On-Line or you can pick them up at the Tricentennial Headquarters, located at the Flemington Choir School, 3 Chorister Place, Flemington, NJ 08822
3 Panel Mural - a Work in Progress300 Years of Hunterdon Illustrative 3 Panel Mural -Show is Panel 2 in Progress 1800s by Paul Jennis. Unveiling of all 3 Panels will be on Saturday, November 1st at the Main Branch County Library, State Route 12, Flemington.
Huntedon Symphony Presents...Portraits of Hunterdon - November 1st
300th Holiday BazarNovember 8th 10am to 2pm Shop Early for the Holidays - lots of great gifts available - Grab Bags to 30 1st customers - Raffle Drawing for Commemorative Basket of Keepsakes
Sal DeSapio, Member of the Morgan's Riflemendiscussed his uniform at a wonderful lecture on Daniel Morgan in October. Join us for Sal's Final lecture of the year on December 13th as he details Washington's Crossing of the Delaware from Bucks County to Hunterdon County.
Dvoor Farm Tourheld on Sunday, October 29th. View the slideshow photos and find out more about the Dvoor Farm and the Hunterdon Land Trust Alliance.
Hunterdon County Timeline ProjectPresentation and Unveiling of the School Based Timeline Project - September 30th - 5pm at the Historic County Court House, Main Street, Flemington
Anne and Ridley Enslowreceived a standing ovation for the performance of both entertaining and often poignant Civil War period music." The Enslows will be performing Christmas music heard at the time of the Revolutionary War on December 20th.
Teaberry's Tea Shoplocated in Flemington served up an amazing assortment of treats popular during the Civil War period. The 300th will be celebrating both the holidays and the end of our special celebratory year with a special afternoon tea at Teaberry's on December 27th
Super 300th Volunteer Doris Spencerat our sales table at a recent communtiy event - END OF SUMMER SPECIAL: All t-Shirs $5 off until Sold Out. Learn more about it on our Fundraiser's Page
300 Facts About Hunterdon CountyIn celebration of Hunterdon's Tricentennial - A Special Thank You to County Historian John Kuhl, the Creator of the Collection.
Lost Dairy Farms of Hunterdonand the Breeds of Dairy Cows - Held on June 18th with John Force. In recognition of National Dairy Month, Hunterdon Dairy Farm Historian John Force shared the story of the decline of the Dairy Industry and the Lost Dairy Farms of Hunterdon. John had some of his 100s of antique milk bottles on display. Following John's talk, Retired Dairyman Bernie Beatty spoke on the breeds of Dairy Cows in Hunterdon and the United States. Click on the milk bottles to download a list of the lost dairy farms of Hunterdon County.
Declaration of Independence
On Tuesday, July 8th at 4pm, the public was invited to experience the declaration of independence as it was first introduced to the people of Hunterdon County. This event, took place on the steps of the Historic Hunterdon Courthouse
Happy Birthday HunterdonSee photos from our Official 300th Birthday Celebration held on Saturday, March 22. Parade, Cake, Fireworks and more...
First Energy Foundation DonationJohn Anderson of the First Energy Foundation delivers a generous donation of $10,000 to Tricentennial Chair Marcia Karrow. First Energy is one of the 300th Committees Special Sponsors who are helping to bring most of our fabulous events to you free of charge.
A Click In Time Photo ContestFor Kids. An Event Sponsored by the Hunterdon County Cultural and Heritage Commission in Honor of the Hunterdon County Tricentennial.
The First 300 Years...of Hunterdon County, 1714-2014. Published by the Hunterdon County Cultural and Heritage Commission for the Hunterdon Tricentennial Committee. This new paperback has chapters from agriculture, to transportation; government to parks. It an important part of your Tricentennial memorabilia as well as Hunterdon book collection! $10 Each.
Photographic Essay Celebrating Hunterdon at the Tricentennial by Walter ChoroszewskiHunterdon in my Heart
Celebrate Our 300thand Join the Hunterdon County Historical Society. Click image for additional information.
Artist Dan Campanelli signs his limited edition prints BLUE SKIES ; of the historic County Court HouseLimited Edition Prints of Blue Skies
300th Presents Original Blue Skies to Freeholders and Judiciary to be permanently hung at the Justice Complex.
Some Signed and Numbered Limited Edition Prints are Still Available While They Last! Call 908-788-2030 for more information orCLICK HERE....