1719 William Trent House

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Archive for September 2011

Other historical places and events!

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Our history is so important.  Museums, events, and other resources that bring our history alive for us is great not only for children, but for adults as well.

There are fewer and fewer people that know how to demonstrate the historical crafts, and I really appreciate people who share those talents.

My friend Joanne Greco posted a video and some photos from this historic festival in Ocala, Florida.  I decided to share her video and do a little research as well.

A Conquistador re-enactors blog about the festival-

http://calderonscompany.blogspot.com/2010/10/bill-boston-at-fort-king-festival.html

 

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Visit the William Trent House Museum!  Beautifully restored to the 1719 condition.

http://www.williamtrenthouse.org/

Written by sallykwitt

September 26, 2011 at 1:08 pm

Reminder – William Trent House will be closed for Labor Day

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Daily:
12:30 TO 4:00PM
Closed Municipal Holidays

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Visit the William Trent House Museum!  Beautifully restored to the 1719 condition.

http://www.williamtrenthouse.org/

Written by sallykwitt

September 1, 2011 at 2:11 pm

After Storm Report from the Acting Director of William Trent House Museum

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Happily, Hurricane Irene blew a few small branches from the trees and, the excessive amounts of rain resulted in a small puddle in the basement of the manor house, but that was it.  Rt 29 was closed along with the Route 1 underpass at the foot of William Trent Place due to flooding, so there were massive traffic jams in Trenton on Monday. Thus, we re-opened for tours on Tuesday. 

Ms Rhett Pernot

Acting Director

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Visit the William Trent House Museum!  Beautifully restored to the 1719 condition.

http://www.williamtrenthouse.org/

Written by sallykwitt

September 1, 2011 at 2:07 pm