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Video Highlights from Crossroads’ Fall Conference

Check out our new video featuring highlights from the fall conference, “The Art of Period Trades and Crafts, A Taste of the Trades.” The event, co-sponsored by the Middlesex County Office of Arts and History, Division of Historic Sites and History Services, took place at East Jersey Old Town Village in Piscataway, NJ. It featured […]

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Crossroads Selected as Partner to Drive NJ Planning for Nation’s 250th Anniversary

Crossroads of the American Revolution Association has been selected as the private sector partner to work with the New Jersey Historical Commission within the state to plan commemorations and observances of the 250th anniversary of the founding of the United States. The selection was made following passage of legislation earlier this year which directed the […]

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Crossroads’ Fall Conference, “The Art of Period Trades and Crafts, A Taste of the Trades” a Success 

A HUGE THANK YOU to all who participated in Crossroads’ Fall Conference! The sold-out event, co-sponsored by the Middlesex County Office of Arts and History, Division of Historic Sites and History Services, took place on October 2 at East Jersey Old Town Village in Piscataway, NJ. It featured the tasting of several alcoholic beverages of […]

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New Self-Guided Walking Tour Brings Flemington’s History to Life

The Flemington Community Partnership and the Hunterdon County Historical Society have produced a new, free self-guided walking tour of historic Flemington—one of New Jersey’s most historic square miles—that is now available in an eight-page brochure and online here. The 30-stop tour covers one-square-mile area and is designed to be walked in less than an hour. […]

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Crossroads Testifies on 250th Planning at State Senate Hearing

Crossroads Executive Director Janice Selinger and Past Chair Patrick Murray offered perspectives on planning for the 250th anniversary of the American Revolution during a July 26 hearing of the Senate State Government, Wagering, Tourism & Historic Preservation Committee.  The hearing, chaired by Senator James Beach (LD 6 – Cherry Hill) and held at the Old Barracks […]

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