NEW EVENTS for 2022!

Mark your calendars because you don’t want to miss these programs we’re lining up for you:

September 10, 2 PM HCHS Trustee Rick Epstein will lead a fascinating historic walking tour of Frenchtown to benefit the Hunterdon County Historical Society.

Rick will tell you how Frenchtown got its name; how the Queen of Bridge Street demolished a car in 1935; why Annie Oakley and Mary Tyler Moore came to town; why Dr. Deemy’s horse was suspected of starting the Great Frenchtown Fire of 1878; and plenty more.

Tour costs $15 per person, and all proceeds will benefit the Hunterdon County Historical Society’s efforts to preserve, protect and share our county’s rich history! To register and for the point of departure, please CLICK HERE!

Saturday, Oct. 8
10 AM~2 PM
Join us for an open house celebrating the opening of our Native American exhibition on the top floor of the Flemington Public Library. Come check out this exciting new exhibition that spotlights the Deats Thatcher Collection of Native American artifacts from Hunterdon County.
Saturday, Oct. 15
10 AM~2 PM
IT’S BACK!!! The popular Hunterdon County Historical Society book sale returns. You’ll find a fascinating collection of local and state history books, including an assortment of unusual and eclectic finds. Don’t miss it! The book sale will be held in front of the Doric House Museum.