Replay of July 24 Quarterly 250th Update Meeting available
Learn the latest developments on New Jersey’s planning for the 250th anniversary of the United States. The July 24 session at the Camden County Historical Society is now available on You Tube here.
Crossroads Executive Director Janice Selinger and New Jersey Historical Commission Executive Director Sara Cureton share updates on national planning, New Jersey’s site assessment project, listening sessions and more.
Mark your calendars for our next quarterly update on October 2 at the Historic Hunterdon County Courthouse in Flemington, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. More details to come as the date approaches.
Heritage Tourism presentation available
Heritage Tourism expert Cheryl Hargrove, president/owner of HTC Partners, led two interactive workshops on heritage tourism trends in conjunction with the 250th historic site assessment project. During the sessions, held in Hammonton and Morristown, Hargrove shared findings on the demographics, needs and interests of heritage travelers, as well as ways historic sites can attract these potential guests and encourage repeat visits.
Clarke Caton Hintz principal John Hatch joined Hargrove in sharing more information on the site assessment process being conducted by the CCH/Hunter Associates/Hargrove team.
For more information, download the Crossroads Heritage Tourism Workshop presentation.
Additionally, interested parties are invited to download the list of New Jersey Revolutionary Historic Sites being visited by the assessment team.